"Look at my résumé, I’ve got 10 years: high-security, medium, low," said Mr. Levine, 50, who was in jail until 2007 on narcotics trafficking, counterfeiting and weapons charges. "These guys go in for a year and a half, maybe two. I’ve got more experience than all the rest of these guys combined." [...]
Mr. Levine said he thought the competition would thin out over time because the competitors lack marketing smarts. Besides, he argued, he has the criminal CV to back up the marketing.
If they handed out diplomas for prison savvy, he said, "These guys have maybe an associate degree. I have like a Ph.D. or above."
So shop around, because not every ex-con turned prison consultant is offering an honest deal:
Some prison consultants say that others are so lacking in expertise that their businesses are practically criminal enterprises.
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