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... His stock in trade was prison bars. As a co-founder of Corrections Corporation of America in 1983, and with a get-tough-on-crime spirit ascendant in the ...
... further review.” Having been recently informed of a recent Virginia Department of Corrections (DOC) visitation policy, I have ordered its immediate suspension until further review. ...
... The Virginia Department of Corrections has decided to hold off implementing a controversial new policy that would ...
... Eloy already had an agreement with ICE and the private detention company CoreCivic for a detention facility in that city when it entered the contract ...
... Corporation of America, a $1.8 billion private prison corporation now known as CoreCivic, Terrell Don Hutto ran a cotton plantation the size of Manhattan. There, ...
... CoreCivic Inc. amended its existing at-the-market equity offering program to provide for the ...
... CoreCivic Inc. purchased an office building in Baltimore for $242.0 million, excluding transaction ...
... trespassing on Monday is one of the key drivers of growth for CoreCivic Inc., the Nashville-based company that owns 94 correctional, detention and residential facilities ...
... company came to this rural corner of southwest Georgia and stayed. Corrections Corporation of America -- since rebranded CoreCivic -- opened the Stewart Detention Center ...
... its Northern Trust Structure Small Cap account had about $200,000 invested in CoreCivic and about $348,000 in The Geo Group. CoreCivic, formerly Corrections Corporation of ...
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