Many of America’s government buildings are struggling with deferred maintenance issues, but the new Travis County Civil and Family Courts Facility coming to downtown Austin will not be one of them.Read more
The American justice industry is entering a major wave of change, and a new webinar series from CGL aims to explore crucial emerging trends via an expert webinar series that kicks off on April 22.Read more
The Governor of Alabama today signed binding lease agreements with CoreCivic to lease new correctional facilities to be constructed and owned by CoreCivicRead more
Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) have announced the successful developer teams chosen from those who submitted proposals in May in response to the ADOC’s Request for Proposal (RFP) to improve the state’s prison infrastructure.Read more
With a completion date slated for third quarter 2022, five of the seven floors of the new Wayne County Courthouse and Jail complex have been completed in midtown Detroit.Read more
State officials are facing scrutiny over a proposed correctional facility — the new Utah State Prison — due to shifting cost estimates.Read more
In Benton County, Ore., an evaluation of the existing criminal justice infrastructure has begun.Read more
Both inmates and staff benefit as “human scale” design permeates prison design.Read more
LOS ANGELES — California and Texas may be considered opposites on the political spectrum, but the two states do have the same philosophy when it comes to cell phones in state prisons.
California got the ball rolling when Global Tel Link agreed to pay millions to install technology in state prisons to block web searches, text messages and phone calls by inmates using smuggled phones.
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