Federal Bureau of Prisons
Corrections agency of the US federal government
The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) is a United States federal enforcement agency, under the Department of Justice that is responsible for the custody, control, and care of individuals incarcerated in the federal prison system of the United States. It is also responsible for carrying out all judicially ordered federal civilian executions. US federal prisons hold 183,000 inmates, as of 2018. They have been officially declared overcrowded, with clear implications for safety and security.
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