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History and development of corrections early jails 1787 philadelphia prison society (benjamin rush) the history shows that there have been various ideals to. Development of the modern prison and inmates from other prisons who have a history of violent or other disruptive behavior in prison or are suspected of gang. As time has passed and laws have changed, the bureau's responsibilities have grown, as has the prison population at the end of 1930, the agency operated 14 facilities for just over 13,000 inmates.
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