(1) The agency has expressed interest in renting a facility near Chicago where it can incarcerate immigrant detainees awaiting deportation hearings.(2) Crime is up, and jails, which disproportionately incarcerate blacks, are ├ö├ç├┐the biggest industry in several states,├ö├ç├û he says.(3) Rather, we differ from other nations only in our high propensity to imprison nonviolent offenders and to incarcerate them for long periods.(4) And while it's pretty expensive to incarcerate men, you can expect to spend double the cost to incarcerate women because of the cost of their confinement and also the cost to society of their kids.(5) He remained undeterred by several incarcerations , but his growing suspicion of authority caused him to move to a place from where he could easily slip out of reach.(6) She said Aboriginal people were suffering great injustices in court and too many were being incarcerated .(7) Police also learned that the brothers had just recently been released from jail where they had been incarcerated for theft.(8) Many of the offenders who end up in Limerick prison find themselves in better conditions than they had been prior to being incarcerated .(9) But prisoners still belong to the society that incarcerates them.(10) These days politicians of every hue attempt to prove themselves tougher on crime than their opponents, thinking up ever more ingenious means of incarcerating an even greater part of the population.(11) The committee is urging the USA to stop incarcerating children and teenagers along with adults, a practice it says puts them at the mercy of older seasoned inmates.(12) You can visit Robben Island, too, 7km off the coast, where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for all those years.(13) Why must poor drug offenders be subjected to public humiliation and incarceration ?(14) The regime calls the detention ├ö├ç├┐protective custody,├ö├ç├û a euphemism for incarcerating dissidents without trial for an indefinite period.(15) The detainees were incarcerated at a midwestern county juvenile detention center.(16) More than 100,000 are incarcerated in labour camps without trial.