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Privatization of Prisons Part 1 on own page For this discussion, choose a position in favor of or in opposition to privatization of prisons. Research the topic and in your main post: · Explain the rationale behind your position on privatization. · Describe the basis for disagreement with the contrary position of privatization. · Distinguish between working in a privatized prison and a government-run prison from the perspective of a corrections officer. There Is a New Sheriff in Town! Part 2 on a separate page For this discussion, research Sheriff Joe Arpaio's tent city jail in Maricopa County, Arizona. Start by reviewing the Jail Information page in the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Web site. Research and locate at least one article in support of how Sheriff Arpaio runs his jail and at least one in opposition. (Keep this discussion confined to the operations of the jail and not his drug interdiction techniques and other enforcement efforts of his deputies outside of jail operations.) In your main post: · Develop the arguments for and against Sheriff Arpaio's tent city jail. · Identify at least one violation of inmate rights that Sheriff Arpaio was sued for and the plaintiff won the suit. · List at least one violation of inmate rights Sheriff Arpaio has been sued for and the plaintiff lost the suit. · Outline why Sheriff Arpaio continues to win elections in spite of all the controversy. · Explain how political climate may have impacted decision making and possible reelection

Final Answer

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I don’t think that prisons could be privatized. Private ownership takes the control out of the
hands of the federal government and puts it into the hands of these private companies. While it
may help our economy by cutting down the amount of taxes allocated to prisons, it’s really bad
for the community. With these prisons being operated in search of profit, there is way too much
room for corruption. Corruption is known to be very rampant among privately owned prisons,
and its bad. The owners can use money to incentivize their workers to do what they want them
to do, not what the government wants them to do. It could end up doing much more bad than
good if all prisons were privatized.
As a corrections offi...

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