According to the Wall Street Journal, the GEO Group will host an earnings call today, April 29, 2014 at 11:00 am eastern time (10:00 am central) ("The GEO Group Announces Date for First Quarter 2014 Earnings Release and Conference Call," 4/17/14).
A live audio webcast will be available on the Conference Calls/Webcasts section of the GEO Group website. A webcast audio replay will also be available for one year.
A telephonic replay will be available from April 29 until May 29. Replay numbers are 1-888-286-8010 (U.S.) and 1-617-801-6888 (International), and the passcode is 39399118. Contact the GEO Group at 1-866-301-4436 with questions.
The Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) has sheduled a first-quarter earnings call for May 8, according to Marketwatch ("CCA Announces 2014 First Quarter Earnings and Conference Call Dates," 4/23/14).
The conference call will take place at 10:00 am central time (11:00 am eastern) on Thursday, May 8, 2014. The call can be accessed through the CCA website. An online replay will be available following the live conference call, beginning at 1:00 pm central time (2:00 pm eastern) and will be available until the same time on May 16.
To access the telephonic replay, dial dial 888-203-1112 in the U.S. and Canada. International callers must dial +719-457-0820 and enter the passcode 2158209.
According to KHOU Houston, staff at the Management and Training Corporation's Kyle facility witnessed 34-year-old Kendrick Davis climb over the facility's perimeter fence at approximately 2:20 p.m. on Saturday April 27, 2014. Davis incurred minor injuries during the escape ("Nude inmate flees Central Texas prison...but not for long" 4/27/14).
Davis was found by police dogs at approximately 8:00 p.m. a few hundred yards from the facility in a wooded area. At the time of his escape, he was wearing only white boxer shorts and and shoes. When he was found hours later, Davis was naked.
Davis was convicted of of two counts of aggravated robbery in Dallas in 1996 and was sentenced to 25 years.
The Kyle Correctional Facility is located seven miles north of San Marcos, Texas, and is one of seventy private prison corporations in Texas. The facility has the capacity to hold 520 prisoners.
The sister and daughters of a man who died in Texarkana's Bowie County Jail are suing Community Education Centers (CEC), the private prison company that operates the facility.
According to The Eagle, the family of James Hankins has filed a lawsuit. Hankins was allegedly found dead in his cell in August 2012. His cause of death is reported to be a ruptured stomach ulcer.
According to the lawsuit, Hankins had complained of stomach ulcers just days before his death, and showed signs of physical distress during a vist. Regardless of these symptoms, the facility's personnel ignored Hankins' complaints.
CEC representatives could not be reached for comment.
Mr. Hankins is not the first prisoner to die of negligence while in CEC's custody. In 2010, a woman sued CEC after her son was allegedly denied medical care and died of cancer as a result.
Update 4/17: We hadn't seen this before, but check out the tribute to James "Hank" Hankins on the Texas Jail Project's website.