Competition for Prisons: Public or Private?
"This is an intelligent, challenging, analysis demonstrating very clearly what has been lost - in terms of making prisons more effective and more humane, by the abandonment of competition. Much the best history of the period I've read." --Sir Martin Narey, First CEO of National Offender Management Service and adviser to the Secretary of State for Justice"A fascinating book relevant to all interested in politics. Its superb analysis of the development of private sector prisons provides an excellent case-study demonstrating the weaknesses of our political system." --Philip Wheatley CB, former Director-General of the National Offender Management Service and former Director-General of HM Prison Serviceshow more
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