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Misguided Policies part # 4!

Updated: Jul 3, 2019



cont. Page #4) #5) Carrier politicians are still baffled as to how or even where to start to combat the above in order to help the taxpayers and grieving victims of prison violence. One thing I have learned is never bring a problem to the table without offering a solution.(keep in mind as you read this, I have almost 30 years of {incarcerated} prison experience)As I promised earlier in this article my solution to curtail these issues are #1} The elderly inmate population today is at an average of 24,000+ and rising each year., First, all of these elderly inmates should NOT be allowed back in society. However, those that have been incarcerated for decades should be reviewed and "if" they are still sound after all these years, then there's not any reason for them not to be released on supervision. Those that are released on supervision would have to pay for their costs of supervision as well as a limited amount back to the state for restitution. This in turn would not only ease the burden on the already overburdened tax payers but allow them to receive a slight return, where before the prisoner was an encumbrance, they are now an asset.(A)..All inmates under the parole A.K.A. COMMISSION ON OFFENDER REVIEW are now elderly offenders and as an elderly offender they should be the first to be reviewed and if afforded the opportunity to be released and given NOTICE to the effect that only ONE opportunity will be afforded, with a strict ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY enforced. Sometimes the best avenue is to be brutally honest, for the parolees who are not going to be released just tell them, “you will expire as an incarcerated inmate”. After the issue of the parolees is resolved, then abolish the parole board, this will put millions of your tax dollars back into the schools and other places where it is really needed.{you can see for yourself just how many and how much these employees are paid, go to( fpc.state.fl.us.) The information I have shown there is over one hundred employees and their combined salary is over 3,766.628.00 PER YEAR!!! Therefore, you tell me, just how many teachers would/should receive a raise or how many new teachers can be employed to teach (the children) tomorrows future?????? What do we do with the employees whose job is no longer needed? Give them the option to continue in the corrections field as either a corrections officer or corrections probation supervisor, at of course a normal salary. ...VOLUNTEER CITIZENS COMMITTEE...... I was always taught that PEOPLE who pay the taxes have a say as to how that money is spent!! I therefore recommend this solution, as we all know Florida is a retirement state, Beautiful sun, emerald beaches, and some awesome golf clubs. However, after a while all this entertainment will become redundant, so send out fliers to all communities asking for retirees to volunteer their time to oversee the elderly released prisoners. The released prisoners have already been told the conditions of release; therefore, the volunteers are totally safe. I can say this, after studying the statistics, the recidivism rate would be less than 1%!! To recap the solution to issue#1: (a) Release the elderly 24,000+ prisoners to supervision. (b) Terminate the parole board/COMMISSION ON OFFENDER REVIEW, redirect the disenfranchised employees and (c) establish a citizen’s oversite committee powered by Florida's seniors. ,,,,,,,,,,,,Solution to problem #2,,,,,,,,,,,, The prisons built during the 1990's twelve point five billion dollar federal allocation are now falling down rotten, plagued with black mold, and being held together with paint and a prayer.....After long and careful consideration of this particular issue, there’s not one normal person who can say that there solution is paramount. Although this is my solution, there never was nor will there ever be a perfect society. Crime will always be a part of the human genetics, and as such, some will have to be put into a secure environment where they will not pose a threat to citizens or others incarcerated. what I did not know about Florida's prison system is this, the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS is listed as a nonprofit organization (,a 501 (c)(3)) this means that first it is tax exempt, and second the products or proceeds must be put back into the organization. This status alone creates a major obstacle for you as a tax payer because now that you have all these rotten prisons built, to demolish them would be easy, however under the law the recycled material couldn't be sold as recycle, if however it could be done the only common sense approach would be this... ...CONSOLIDATE ALL ASSETS .... I was recently at Gulf C.I. when the hurricane(Michael) came ashore, the prison was obliterated, so instead of spending all the tax dollars to rebuild this correctional facility, it would have been smarter to take an inmate work crew, start at the front of this property and raze everything, then as this is being done take all the metals as well as the recyclable products to a local scrap yard, then get the proceeds sent back to the state capitol where it can go to a much needed state budget, this topic is being downplayed because in reality there is MILLIONS of dollars of recyclable products in just this one prison. Once this area was razed, convert it to a vegetable farm allowing inmates to grow their own food, and then use the products to feed the prisoners, therein alleviating more of the burden on the taxpayers. In just the Florida panhandle {Tallahassee to Pensacola} there's a prison in EVERY county, this is fourteen Major correctional institutions, of these fourteen how many are in need of recycling like Gulf C.I.? would anyone try to keep a sinking ship afloat?? this is akin to putting a band aid on a bridge.....(see page#5)


George Broxson #219555

Mayo C.I

Life sentence .) The information I have shown there is over one hundred employees and their combined salary is over 3,766.628.00 PER YEAR!!! Therefore, you tell me, just how many teachers would/should receive a raise or how many new teachers can be employed to teach (the children) tomorrows future?????? What do we do with the employees whose job is no longer needed? Give them the option to continue in the corrections field as either a corrections officer or corrections probation supervisor, at of course a normal salary. ...VOLUNTEER CITIZENS COMMITTEE...... I was always taught that PEOPLE who pay the taxes have a say as to how that money is spent!! I therefore recommend this solution, as we all know Florida is a retirement state, Beautiful sun, emerald beaches, and some awesome golf clubs. However, after a while all this entertainment will become redundant, so send out fliers to all communities asking for retirees to volunteer their time to oversee the elderly released prisoners. The released prisoners have already been told the conditions of release; therefore, the volunteers are totally safe. I can say this, after studying the statistics, the recidivism rate would be less than 1%!! To recap the solution to issue#1: (a) Release the elderly 24,000+ prisoners to supervision. (b) Terminate the parole board/COMMISSION ON OFFENDER REVIEW, redirect the disenfranchised employees and (c) establish a citizen’s oversite committee powered by Florida's seniors. ,,,,,,,,,,,,Solution to problem #2,,,,,,,,,,,, The prisons built during the 1990's twelve point five billion dollar federal allocation are now falling down rotten, plagued with black mold, and being held together with paint and a prayer.....After long and careful consideration of this particular issue, there’s not one normal person who can say that there solution is paramount. Although this is my solution, there never was nor will there ever be a perfect society. Crime will always be a part of the human genetics, and as such, some will have to be put into a secure environment where they will not pose a threat to citizens or others incarcerated. what I did not know about Florida's prison system is this, the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS is listed as a nonprofit organization (,a 501 (c)(3)) this means that first it is tax exempt, and second the products or proceeds must be put back into the organization. This status alone creates a major obstacle for you as a tax payer because now that you have all these rotten prisons built, to demolish them would be easy, however under the law the recycled material couldn't be sold as recycle, if however it could be done the only common sense approach would be this... ...CONSOLIDATE ALL ASSETS ... I was recently at Gulf C.I. when the hurricane(Michael) came ashore, the prison was obliterated, so instead of spending all the tax dollars to rebuild this correctional facility, it would have been smarter to take an inmate work crew, start at the front of this property and raze everything, then as this is being done take all the metals as well as the recyclable products to a local scrap yard, then get the proceeds sent back to the state capitol where it can go to a much needed state budget, this topic is being downplayed because in reality there is MILLIONS of dollars of recyclable products in just this one prison. Once this area was razed, convert it to a vegetable farm allowing inmates to grow their own food, and then use the products to feed the prisoners, therein alleviating more of the burden on the taxpayers. In just the Florida panhandle {Tallahassee to Pensacola} there's a prison in EVERY county, this is fourteen Major correctional institutions, of these fourteen how many are in need of recycling like Gulf C.I.? would anyone try to keep a sinking ship afloat?? this is akin to putting a band aid on a bridge.....(see page#5)

George Broxson #219555

Mayo C.I

LIFE SENTENCE

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