Stakeholder Analysis Essay

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PRIVATE PRISON CORPORATION OF AMERICA Nowadays, we are facing a major experiment in privatization. For example, private companies have entered the business of managing public schools, or religious schools. Also, they even run in prison industry. Among them is Private Prison Corporation of America, which is growing fast in prison industry in the United States. Especially, immigration detention business has brought up massive profit for Private Prison of America. Therefore, corporation is planning to join other private prison corporations by making campaign donation and retaining lobbyist to draft and seek the passage of two laws about anti-illegal immigrant and the Intensive Probation Act that will increase opportunities to do…show more content…
Also, the most important fact that Friedman would wonder is “ nearly half of all immigrants detained by federal officials are held in facilities run by private prison companies, at an average cost for each detained immigrant is $166 a night. That’s added up to massive profits for PPA, the GEO Group and other private prison companies.” There is no law violation in Private Prison Corporation because they make a contract with government, federal agency who present the law. Another, Private Prison Corporation is not committing fraud. According the text, there is no sign of fraud in Corporation. They make money by signing contracts with state and federal governments to house-convicted criminal. Nevertheless, Private Prison Corporation is violating moral custom because their net income is increasing mostly based on rising immigrant detention and criminal immigrants. Therefore, the legislation or lobbying would maximize profits for Private Prison Corporation. If the Law no.1 passes, it will authorize greater power for police to check and restrain illegal immigrant until definitive determination of immigrant status. That can increase the number of person arrested or imprisonment. Due to that increasing, the company will be benefit by providing prison services, which are expensive. For example, they charged $166 a night. On the other hand, the law no. 2
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