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"Ice in the Stomach": Reforming Prisons at Home and Abroad
American Criminal Law Review  (IF3.455),  Pub Date : 2021-09-01, DOI:
Steven L. Chanenson, Synøve N. Andersen, Jordan M. Hyatt, Are Høidal, Kenneth Eason,, Patricia Connor-Council

Correctional culture is notoriously difficult to change. Simply recognizing that there is a problem and wishing for better prisons is not enough to engender meaningful reform. It takes hard work, dedication, and continuous support from multiple stakehold-ers. At its core, however, improving carceral systems requires a team of people dedi-cated to change. The Commission on Safety and Abuse in America’s Prisons put it this way: “Efforts at culture change cannot succeed and bear fruit . . . without recruiting and retaining a highly qualified officer corps and great corrections leaders.”