The U.S. prison system deals with a multitude of problems, including overcrowding, inmate violence, riots, treatment of prisoners, high operating costs, and underpaid and undertrained personnel. Reformers attempt to find solutions to these issues and effectively implement them.
Rehabilitation of criminals—United States
CQ Researcher, February 4, 1994.
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