I suggest you have Inmates buy thier own Toilet paper, Envelopes & Writing Paper. I would also like to suggest you debit them some amount for Meals they eat in the dining hall and a higher co pay for medical care as well as placing some of the burden of incarceration on immediate family.
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Invoke the Death Penalty At all Federal and State Prisons... Quit putting murderers on life sentecnes. This will save allot of money. Give them like one year after the conviction to get evidence they didnt do it or to get their affairs in order. I know this sounds bad because of the amount of people proven innocent after being convicted of something they didnt do but if its a clear case, cut n dry, no buts about it..... more »
I suggest we charge federal inmates for incident report processing. For example if a citizen speeds in their car they receive a ticket and get a fine, so inmates should be held to the same standard and everytime they receive an infraction they should be charged a fine. Most if not all inmates receive money from family members to buy commissary (food and snacks) and if inmates had to pay fines they would be less likely... more »
Our waste is trucked out of here twice weekly by W.S.I. They estimate that approximately three (3) tons of each load is food waste (slop) from Food Service. W.S.I. charges $52 per ton to dispose of the waste at FCC Coleman USP2. Just for USP2, I estimate that $16,224 is spent yearly for this service. Double that amount by adding USP1 and quadrouple that amount (at least) by adding the whole complex. That is an estimated... more »
Divert 1% of Federal Bureau of Prisons $6.8 billion budget and transfer that $68 million to the Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs to establish a national pilot program of “zero tolerance probation” under the Hawaii’s Opportunity Probation with Enforcement (HOPE) model. HOPE combines random drug testing and swift, but modest sanctions, such as a weekend in jail, for any probation violation. This compares... more »
Allow non-violent crime prisoners the choice to enlist in the service. This would help eliminate overcrowding in prisons which our taxes pay for and maybe provide some structure and a different life path, especially for the younger crowd.