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Bringing Prisons into The 21st Century

What you can do to help make prisons and communities safer

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How Sensitive Needs Yards save taxpayers millions every year
What you can do to help make prisons and communities safer
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IF YOU ARE A  LEGISLATOR OR GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL:  

     We are asking law-makers, administrators,WDOC personnel, etc. to discuss the information on this site, and then consider advocating for a Special Needs Yard policy for WDOC. 


IF YOU ARE A MEDIA PERSON: 

      We can supply you with contact information and can facilitate interviews, etc. with activist prisoners with whom we have worked for many years.


IF YOU ARE A WASHINGTON PRISONER: 

     Have your story emailed to us (anonymously if necessary). How have pressures exerted by extortionists/thugs, and the like affected your life and the lives of others? How would your prison life be different if you could choose to live separate from those who choose drugs, violence, criminality?


IF YOU ARE A RESIDENT OF WASHINGTON:  

      Contact your legislators and the media asking them to explore the tremendous proven savings in taxpayer dollars and human misery that Sensitive Needs Yard policies have brought about in other states. (Also sometimes called "honor yard." )


IF YOU ARE ANY OF THE ABOVE:

     Familiarize yourself with the stories and other information which will be appearing on this website and in other sources.  Write your own story and email it to us for possible (anonymous if necessary) publication on this site. Contact Washington legislators and administrators, WDOC officials, and media with a link to this site (and preferably including your thoughts on this important public safety matter.)

Safer Communities Begin With Safer Prisons