November 16, 2018

                         Advocating for the just and humane treatment of those who are incarcerated.


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  • NEW FDC POLICY MOVES OFFENDERS FARTHER AWAY FROM HOME

    Courtesy Ch 7 News Miami https://wsvn.com/news/investigations/new-florida-prison-policy-to-stop-contraband-inmates-will-not-be-placed-in-their-home-county/#.W8FWkjlLXdA.email This ridiculous policy is a major reason to vote for a Governor who will consider the humane aspects of incarceration and reverse this and other senseless procedures that are designed not to heal but to destroy.  And that day is on the Horizon!  The answer rests in your VOTE…

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  • DEPT. OF JUSTICE INVESTIGATES SEXUAL ABUSE AT LOWELL C.I.

      THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION INVITES YOU TO ATTEND A                         COMMUNITY MEETING REGARDING THE LOWELL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION The United States Department of Justice (“DOJ”) is seeking information regarding whether the Florida Department of Corrections keeps inmates of the…

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  • GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE

    This questionnaire was created and designed by the Campaign for Prison Reform (CPR), a statewide, 501c4 conglomerate committed to ending mass incarceration and the ravages of abuse, discrimination and systemic exploitation that exist in the criminal justice and immigration systems. Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidates Philip Levine, from left, Jeff Greene, Gwen Graham, Andrew Gillum and Chris…

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  • VICTORY WITH A HUMAN PRICE TAG

    For Immediate Release - July 20, 2018 Contact: Lakey Love (Campaign for Prison Reform) 850-345-0018 or lakey@campaignforprisonreform.org Campaign for Prison Reform Announces Victory Against Florida Department of Corrections Proposed Visitation Cuts TALLAHASSEE, FL – Friday, July 20, 2018, after five months of speaking out against Florida Department of Corrections’ proposed rule change on visitation cuts the Florida’s…

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  • WHO LET THE DOGS OUT??? HOW TO AVOID GETTING BIT!

    Sharing a bit of good advice! We’ve heard numerous people have had negative experiences with FDC going in during visitation and asking the visitor to go outside as a search dog signaled something in their vehicle. Documentation of an actual scenario  Sunday, May 20, 2018 12:13 PM Hi.  I went to visit my wife today…

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  • EDITOR INTERVIEW RE: VISITATION ROLLBACK

    Sascha Cordner serves as the host and producer of local and state news content for the afternoon news program "All Things Considered" at WFSU. Sascha primarily covers criminal justice and social services issues. About a 100 people trekked to Tallahassee on April 6th for the two-hour hearing to voice their opposition to the proposed rule…

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  • WE SHOWED UP AND SHOWED OUT IN UNANIMOUS OPPOSITION

    Article courtesy of Florida Cares (4/4/18) Denise Rock, CEO info.floridacares@gmail.com Yesterday’s FDOC public hearing on the visitation schedule changes went very well.  FDOC reported that over 150 people replied by filing out the Public Hearing Appearance Request Record form.  A reporter in the room counted well over a hundred attendees and there were people standing in the…

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  • PUBLIC HEARING RE: VISITATION ROLLBACK

    COME ONE, COME ALL!!! The Public Hearing on Visitation Rule 33-601.722 will be held on Tuesday, April 3rd, from 8:30 am to 10 am at the Capital Circle Office Center (Betty Easley Center), 4075 Esplanade Way, Room 148, Tallahassee, FL  32399. Anyone desiring to offer input regarding the rollback of visitation to twice monthly must…

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