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Florida leads the nation in placing state prisons in the hands of private, profit-making companies.
In recent years, the state has privatized the entirety of its 3 million juvenile commitment system — the nation’s third-largest, trailing only California and Texas.
“The DJJ has a very meticulous monitoring system,” he said.
“There are numerous announced and unannounced visits to each facility to check for quality assurance and contract compliance, and we do very well in our reviews.” Williams denied that the company fails to report serious incidents to the state. “In fact, we communicate to our employees that if there are any doubts about whether it is a reportable incident to go ahead and notify DJJ.” Senior officials at the Department of Juvenile Justice declined interview requests.
All the while, complaints of abuse and neglect have remained constant.In 2005, he sold off the adult division and shifted entirely into the juvenile market.Former employees say Youth Services International has maintained a pristine image in the state’s official accounts in part by massaging the paperwork.“The paperwork was spotless,” said Angela Phillips, a former shift supervisor at Broward Girls Academy in Pembroke Pines, northwest of Miami.
“But if you go to a facility that has no toilet paper, no laundry detergent, no underwear or bras, it seems like somebody would have raised a red flag.” Annual quality assurance reviews play a major role in determining whether the state renews a juvenile prison contract.
“They turned out to be the ally of the corporations, and the ally of the system.” Florida’s permissive oversight has allowed Youth Services International to essentially game the system since entering the state more than a decade ago.