Prison guards demand overcrowding fix – April 4, 2001
In one of the most shocking documents of the year, the United States Department of Homeland Security is ordering a prison overcrowding fix to help combat long waits at Florida’s overcrowded prison. In early February, the Department of Homeland Security ordered officials to implement an internal plan for reforming Florida’s prison population. “We cannot have an increase in inmate population to accommodate a large increase in prisoners,” said Homeland Security Secretary James Kelly in a memo to his agency staff on February 17. “Our current prison population is beyond capacity, and we cannot continue to have too many inmates and not have a sufficient supply of staff to support them. Accordingly, we are changing our system. Our current allocation plan requires that inmates receive an allocation of 50 percent of their assigned space in the prison by the first of the fiscal year. As we’ve observed over the past few years, however, that allocation will not be sufficient to meet the needs of all current and f바카라uture incarcerated individuals. Therefo더킹카지노re, we are creating a system-wide allocation based on the population of eligible individuals. In the interim, those individuals receiving a specific allocation under this plan can continue to receive their assigned space. The allocation is designed to enable our workforce to meet the current inmate demand and to assist us to meet the changing needs for inmate-oriented facilities throughout the United States and other regions of the world.” This week, the Department of Homeland Security updated the prison plan and released a document that states that, at a minimum, Florida prisoners will receive 40 percent of the allocated spaces in their currently used cells and that they will receive another 10 percent after six months, after which any additional space that has not been allocated will be available to offenders for as long as necessary to allow for other inmates to be transferred. The memo’s accompanying letter from Secretary Kelly, dated April 12, adds that the plan will take effect on May 1, and will ensure that all incarcerated prisoners receive at least 20 percent of their allocated space within the initial six months. When DHS issued its new prison plan last year it projected that, with the right policies and work, Florida would reduce the prison population over the next decade to 7,832 prisoners, down from 22,817 today.
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