Jose A. Santana

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Jose A. Santana, JD, spent more than 29 years in the correctional field in increasingly responsible positions—beginning as a Discipline Hearing Officer in Puerto Rico. Jose worked for the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Puerto Rico and Tallahassee, FL, then as a Unit Manger in Beaumont, TX, and a regional administrator in Dallas. Beginning in 2007 he served as an Associate Warden, then promoted to the Bureau’s Chief of the Designation and Sentence Computation Center in Grand Prairie before retiring last year. Jose has provided training in the areas of sentence computation, classification, and designation of federal inmates to the U.S. Sentencing Commission, U.S. federal judges, U.S. attorneys, probation officers, marshals, and court officials.

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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.