Arizona's New Prison Director Seeks Solution to Capacity Crisis

August 2003
Bond Buyer;8/22/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31704, p32
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Reports on the expectation of director Dora Schriro of the U.S. Department of Correction that Arizona's prison population will exceed capacity unless the state builds more prisons or find a way to alter sentencing patterns. Research on needs of prison; Ranking of the prison of Arizona on the basis of spending; Consideration of lease-purchase agreements to lower the cost of per bed for inmates.


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