Marshall Project Originals
A Man Died in a Private Prison Van. The Company Says: Not Our Problem
How the dangerous prisoner transport business has dodged responsibility for “gross negligence.”
Members of Congress Seek Answers From Prisoner Transport Company
Officials demand details about deaths and sexual abuse on transport vans.
Justice Department Probes Alleged Abuses on Prison Transport Vans
Almost a year after our story, a preliminary investigation looks closely at one case.
Congressman Calls for Probe into Private Prisoner Transport
Rep. Ted Deutch, a Florida Democrat, keeps up pressure on the House.
Another Death on a For-Profit Extradition Vehicle
Federal officials promised last year to look into the mistreatment of detainees, but little has changed.
Federal Official Urges Probe of ‘Abuse’ on Private Prisoner Transport
It is the latest call for an investigation of the for-profit extradition industry.
Merger Put on Hold for Prisoner Transportation Company Facing Federal Scrutiny
A proposed deal between Prisoner Transportation Services and its closest rival is delayed after an objection is filed.
Company in Deadly Prisoner Transportation Investigation Puts New Safety Measures in Place
The moves by Prisoner Transportation Services come a month after a Marshall Project story.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch Will Probe Private Prisoner Transport Industry
Her pledge to lawmakers comes after a Marshall Project investigation into deaths and abuses in the industry.
The Horrible Things I Saw Driving a Van Packed with Prisoners
Dehydrated, hungry prisoners defecating on themselves.
Inside the Deadly World of Private Prisoner Transport
Tens of thousands of people every year are packed into vans run by for-profit companies with almost no oversight.