Corrections Corporation of America

Corrections Corporation of America

Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Nashville United States
Employees:
13,900
Market Cap:
$3.78 billion
Revenue:
$1.85 billion
5 Year Trend:
1.2%
Net Income:
$158.42 million
Founded:
1983

CoreCivic (formerly the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA)) is a company that owns and manages private prisons and detention centers and operates others on a concession basis. Co-founded by Thomas W. Wikipedia

Corrections Corporation of America

Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Nashville United States

CoreCivic (formerly the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA)) is a company that owns and manages private prisons and detention centers and operates others on a concession basis. Co-founded by Thomas W. Wikipedia

Employees:
13,900
Market Cap:
$3.78 billion
Revenue:
$1.85 billion
5 Year Trend:
1.2%
Net Income:
$158.42 million
Founded:
1983
  • Oct 26 at 4:19 PM
    VIDEO: Reentering society after incarceration is one of the most daunting transitions an individual can make. CoreCivic's Ocean View facility in San Diego helps #reducerecidivism by linking 450 residents back to their communities. The staff helps residents with job skills and placement, parenting classes, substance use disorder counseling, among other programs. These efforts help help residents make the most of a successful #reentry. WATCH HERE: http://bit.ly/2yOkB3C
  • Oct 19 at 7:53 PM
    Quality health and dental care can transform inmates' lives, boost self-esteem and facilitate successful #reentry. Read more about how our medical staff at Citrus County Detention Facility in Florida and La Palma Correctional Center in Arizona are using their skills to heal, educate, and #reducerecidivism: http://bit.ly/2yUGG12
  • Oct 17 at 2:51 PM
    Recently, Minority Business leaders convened at CoreCivic's headquarters in Nashville as part of the Tri State Minority Supplier Development Council's Centers of Excellence. The program pairs minority-owned businesses with large corporate sponsors to build mutually beneficial relationships throughout Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia. Pictured are: Alba Gonzalez-Nylander, AJ Media Services LLC; Derrick Dowell, TSMSDC; Joy Walker, Louisville MSD; Angela Hinkle, Clint Chemical and Janitorial Services; Sharon Reynolds, DevMar Products, LLC; Andre Gist, MIG Steel Fabrication; Marilyn Clark, Fayette County Public Schools; Randy Perry, Appalachian Regional Manufacturing; Jackie LaJoie, Ingersoll Rand; Cheri Henderson, TSMSDC; Susan Marston, TSMSDC; Dawn Mason, CoreCivic.
  • Oct 5 at 4:19 PM
    VIDEO: Inmates at our Crowley County Correctional Facility in Olney Springs, Colo. are learning vocational skills and the value of patience through a horticulture program that helps them earn industry-recognized certifications, and get jobs in the horticulture field after release. WATCH HERE: http://bit.ly/2yJWFuS

Oct 26, 4:19 PM

VIDEO: Reentering society after incarceration is one of the most daunting transitions an individual can make. CoreCivic's Ocean View facility in San Diego helps #reducerecidivism by linking 450 residents back to their communities. The staff helps residents with job skills and placement, parenting classes, substance use disorder counseling, among other programs. These efforts help help residents make the most of a successful #reentry. WATCH HERE: http://bit.ly/2yOkB3C

Oct 19, 7:53 PM

Quality health and dental care can transform inmates' lives, boost self-esteem and facilitate successful #reentry. Read more about how our medical staff at Citrus County Detention Facility in Florida and La Palma Correctional Center in Arizona are using their skills to heal, educate, and #reducerecidivism: http://bit.ly/2yUGG12

Oct 17, 2:51 PM

Recently, Minority Business leaders convened at CoreCivic's headquarters in Nashville as part of the Tri State Minority Supplier Development Council's Centers of Excellence. The program pairs minority-owned businesses with large corporate sponsors to build mutually beneficial relationships throughout Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia. Pictured are: Alba Gonzalez-Nylander, AJ Media Services LLC; Derrick Dowell, TSMSDC; Joy Walker, Louisville MSD; Angela Hinkle, Clint Chemical and Janitorial Services; Sharon Reynolds, DevMar Products, LLC; Andre Gist, MIG Steel Fabrication; Marilyn Clark, Fayette County Public Schools; Randy Perry, Appalachian Regional Manufacturing; Jackie LaJoie, Ingersoll Rand; Cheri Henderson, TSMSDC; Susan Marston, TSMSDC; Dawn Mason, CoreCivic.

Oct 5, 4:19 PM

VIDEO: Inmates at our Crowley County Correctional Facility in Olney Springs, Colo. are learning vocational skills and the value of patience through a horticulture program that helps them earn industry-recognized certifications, and get jobs in the horticulture field after release. WATCH HERE: http://bit.ly/2yJWFuS

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