Bruce Cameron

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Bruce Cameron, MS, LPC-S, LSOTP-S, CPC, is the founder and lead program advisor for Federal Prison Authority. Bruce has facilitated hundreds of clients gaining admittance into RDAP, receiving early release under 3621e, receiving more RRC placement via Second Chance Act, gaining Compassionate Release from BOP Custody, placing pregnant inmates in to alternative child birthing programs, processing Alien Transfers, facilitating other transfers in the beginning middle and end of BOP placement. Bruce is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and ATSA. He retired from the Central Office/Grand Prairie Justice Department, Bureau of Prisons. Bruce has worked in drug abuse treatment, sex offender treatment, inmate designation, psychological treatment, and field experience in FCI’s, Federal Medical Centers, as well as 13 years in the South Central Regional Office, where he was responsible for procuring and overseeing the treatment of inmates in a five-state region.

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Political Trends, Sentencing, Classification, Designation & Program Practice in Federal Prison
Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

President Trump has charged his closest advisor, son-in-law Jared Kushner, to lead prison reform. People may ask why Kushner? He has no background in criminal justice or prison reform. Nor is he a former felon.