NEW YORK (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co has decided to stop financing private operators of prisons and detention centers, which have become targets of protests over Trump administration immigration policies.
US territory announced last year it would move 3,200 inmates but now concedes contract for transfers hasn’t been signed Puerto Rico’s controversial plan to send thousands of inmates to a private prison
The mother of a toddler who died weeks after being released from the nation’s largest family detention centre filed a legal claim seeking $60 million from the US government for the child’s death. Attorneys
Class action lawsuit brought by detainees in New Mexico accuses CoreCivic and Geo Group of violating minimum wage laws When a New Mexico immigration detention facility needed people to cook for inmates