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Timeline

By: Clara hernandez diaz

1933

First BOP Medical Facility

1974

2008

1950

1984

Key Legislation Passed

National Institute of Corrections Established

Substantial Inmate Population Growth

First Special Management Unit Facility

Sources

Federal Bureau of Prisons. “BOP: Historical Information.” Bop.gov, 2019, www.bop.gov/about/history/.

1984 - Substantial Inmate Population GrowthEnactment of the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 (which created many new Federal crimes, abolished parole, reinstituted the Federal death penalty, and established sentencing guidelines) led to substantial increases in the BOP�s inmate population.

2008 - First Special Management Unit FacilityIn FY08, USP Lewisburg was designated to serve in its entirety, as a Special Management Unit (SMU) institution to operate as a more controlled and restrictive environment for managing the most aggressive and disruptive inmates from BOP USP general populations. SMUs were subsequently established at FCC Oakdale and FCI Talladega as well.

1974 - National Institute of Corrections EstablishedIn 1974, the National Institute of Corrections was established to provide technical assistance to State and local corrections agencies, law enforcement, parole/probation and judicial staff; conduct research on corrections issues; maintain a corrections information center; and develop national correctional goals and standards.

1933 - First BOP Medical FacilityMCFP Springfield opens, becoming the Bureau�s first medical facility and marking the beginning of the BOP�s long-standing working partnership with the U.S. Public Health Service.

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1950 - Key Legislation PassedDirector, James V. Bennett (1937-1964) expanded many of the BOP�s original goals by influencing major legislation. With the amendment to the Youth Corrections Act, new options for rehabilitation and treatment were made available to juvenile delinquents. Later, the Prisoner Rehabilitation Act would be passed, enabling work release programs to be established.