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Should private prisons be banned?
Private prisons should be banned.
Private prisons being payed daily/monthly per prisoner incentivizes prisons to keep prisoners in jail for as long as possible.
Justice should be doled out by government, not by private citizens. Privatization removes an aspect of government authority from the justice process.
The privatization of prisons means justice is an industry, meaning the goal is for costs to be kept low while profits are kept high, meaning prisoners receive substandard treatment.
Turning the prison system into a profitable system has made it too susceptible to corruption.
The public prison system is paid for by taxpayers, therefore it is in the best interest of the government to privatize prisons.
The competition of the privatized prison systems leads to a fairer system. The prisons that perform better are rewarded with profits.
While reducing taxes, private prisons create jobs for small communities, which generates revenue.
Having more prisons in operation helps reduce overpopulation in prisons and helps to stem overflow.
Should private education be banned?
Should prisons exist?
Civil asset forfeiture should be banned in the United States.