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Bureau of Prisons: Eligibility and Capability Impact Use of Flexibilities to Reduce Inmatesäó» Time in Prison
David C. Maurer (au)
The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BoP) population has increased from about 145,000 in 2000 to about 217,000 in 2011 and BoP is operating at 38% over capacity. There is no longer parole for federal offenders and BoP has limited authority to affect the length of an inmateäó»s prison sentence. BoP has some statutory authorities and programs to reduce the amount of time an inmate remains in prison, which when balanced with BOPäó»s mission to protect public safety and prepare inmates for reentry, can help reduce crowding and the costs of incarceration. This report addresses: (1) the extent to which BoP utilizes its authorities to reduce a federal prisoneräó»s period of incarceration; and (2) what factors, if any, impact BOPäó»s use of these authorities. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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