The Social Purpose Corrections Model, combining SPC’s decades of experience operating correctional facilities with its nonprofit status, focuses on rehabilitation, dynamic security measures, and performance-based strategies to control costs, reduce recidivism rates, and create safer environments.
– Nonprofit Model: Operating as a nonprofit, SPC eliminates the tax burden and profit motive inherent to private correctional facility management and reinvests savings from operational efficiencies on rehabilitation initiatives that improve outcomes for residents and the public.
– Performance-Based Contract Model: SPC’s innovative contract model enables federal, state, and local governments to control costs by compensating based on improvement in key performance indicators with bonuses for exceeding expectations.
– Dynamic Security: The SPC Model incorporates dynamic security model which emphasizes constructive interaction and mutual understanding between staff and residents, enhances security via the creation of mutually respectful engagement, creates opportunities for growth and development, and fosters community.
– Innovative Hiring & Compensation Model: SPC offers a comprehensive rewards package, with compensation tied directly to outcomes and measured at the individual level. A proactive leadership development program will ensure staff have the necessary skills and support when stepping into leadership roles, enhancing their effectiveness and promoting smoother transitions.
– Performance-Based Strategies: The platform implements performance-based strategies to encourage positive behavior and reduce recidivism rates among inmates. This includes personalized rehabilitation programs, educational opportunities, vocational training, and incentives for participation.
DID YOU KNOW?
With nearly two million people behind bars at any given time, the United States has one of the highest incarceration rates of any country in the world.
The average lifespan of a correctional officer is 59 years—16 years less than the general public.
95% of those incarcerated will be released and 8 in 10 will return to prison within 10 years.