Prisons

USA

3M Company is a conglomerate corporation operating in the manufacturing, health care, and consumer goods industries. 3M Supplies materials for prison labor programs and for weapon systems used against civilians.

A US healthcare company. Provides community corrections including residential re-entry programs and substance abuse rehabilitation.

USA

An engineering copmany that provides design, consulting, construction, and management services. Involved in planning of the US-Mexico border wall and in the construction of private prisons.

A US information technology company that focuses on identification tracking technologies. Provides surveillance and monitoring technologies for county jails and immigrant detention facilities.

USA

A food service, facilities, and uniform services company. Provides food services to prisons.

A private prison company, owned by CoreCivic. Owns and manages private halfway houses in Oklahoma, Texas, and Wyoming.

The second largest banking institution in the US. Finances private prison companies like CoreCivic and GEO Group. Charges prisoners exorbitant rates for prison banking services.

A US-based investment management corporation. Offers debt financing to private prison companies, GEO Group and CoreCivic, and invests in the construction of the US-Mexico border through its shares in Sterling Construction Company.

France

One of the largest banks in the world. Finances private prison companies like CoreCivic and GEO Group. Charges prisoners exorbitant rates for prison banking services.

A US multinational healthcare corporation. Provides mental health services to prisons and jails.

CenturyLink is the third largest telecommunications company in the United States and a leading provider of phone and video services to prisons.

A British multinational contract food service company. Provides food services to prisons.

The largest private prison in the world (formerly known as CCA). Owns and operates dozens of prisons and immigrant detention centers in the US. Provides the US government with multiple other punishment-related services, including transportation, "community corrections," and e-carceration.

A German medical and safety technology company. Provides monitoring technologies for people on probation or parole.

A Canadian insurance management and financial holding company. One of the largest bail insurance companies owning multiple bail insurers that provide surety bonds to bail bonds companies.

A Spanish multinational infrastructure, construction, management, and maintenance company. Its subsidiary Broadspectrum operates immigrant detention centers in Australia.

The world's largest private security company. Owns private prisons in Australia, South Africa, UK. Provides governments with multiple other punishment-related services. Operates the Israeli National Police Academy.

The largest banking institution in the US. The bank has financed private prison companies like CoreCivic and GEO Group. Charges prisoners exorbitant rates for prison banking services.

Mitie Group is a British facility management, consultancy, and product management company that operates private prison facilities and immigrant detention centers in the United Kingdom.

A US social services company. Provides probation and supervision services to prisons.

A British investment holdings company. One of the largest insurance companies providing surety bonds to bail bonds companies.

A British multinational public services company. Operates private prison and detention centers in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

A Canadian multinational wireless communications equipment designer and manufacturer (formerly Numerex). Provides electronic monitoring services, locating and tracking individuals for pre-trial adjudication, probation, parole, and immigration control.

A French multinational food services and facilities management company. Operates prisons and immigrant detention centers in Australia and the UK. Provides foods to prisons in the US.

A large bank serving mostly the Southeastern US. Finances private prison companies like CoreCivic and GEO Group. Charges prisoners exorbitant rates for prison banking services.

Israel

An Israeli company specializing in electronic monitoring, digital ID technologies, and cyber security. It owns California-based Leaders in Community Alternatives (LCA), an electronic monitoring and "community corrections" company.

The world's 2nd largest private prison company and largest "community corrections" and e-carceration business. Owns and operates prisons and immigrant detention centers in the US and abroad. Provides the government with other services as part of the criminal punishment system.

A US financial services company. Issues private prison companies, CoreCivic and GEO Group, revolving credit limits, loans, and bonds.

A US monitoring technologies and equipment company. Provides criminal punishment agencies with tracking and surveillance equipment, such as ankle monitoring bracelets, tracking wrist cuffs, and voice biometric technologies, for people on probation or parole.

A US information technology company. Provides phone services to prisons and data collection systems to the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

A US information technology company. Provided facial and vehicle recognition software for Boeing's 2007 “virtual wall.” Provides surveillance technologies to CBP. Manages prison telephone services through contracts with the BOP.

One of the largest banks in the US. Finances private prison companies like CoreCivic and GEO Group.

Wells Fargo is one of the largest banking and financial services company in the world. It finances and invests in private prison companies like CoreCivic and GEO Group, although it plans to divest from them.