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Dislocation and Relocation: Women in the Federal Prison System and Repurposing FCI Danbury for Men

@inproceedings{Arons2014DislocationAR,
  title={Dislocation and Relocation: Women in the Federal Prison System and Repurposing FCI Danbury for Men},
  author={Anna Arons and Kathy L. Culver and Emma Kaufman and Je-Yeon Yun and Hope Metcalf and Megan Quattlebaum and Judith A. Resnik and Arthur L. Liman},
  year={2014}
}
This Report tracks the lack of progress in keeping federal prison space in the Northeast available for women and the impact of the absence of bed-spaces for women on the implementation of federal policies committed to reducing over-incarceration. The problems began in the summer of 2013, when the federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) announced plans to transform its only prison for women in the Northeast—FCI Danbury—into a facility for men. The BOP explained that this self-described “mission change… 
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