Unacknowledged Victims of the DOC
Is there any hope?
Dear Ms Lee,
Yes, my friend, there IS hope and we have more than a prayer. There are over 2 million Americans in prison today, 5 million more on probation or parole, more than any nation in the world. Think of the ripple effect in the numbers of people who care just because it has touched their lives. All we have to do now is unite!
The family section of Making the Walls Transparent is devoted to all non-prisoner victims of the DOC.
*If you have experienced stress and pain directly related to DOC activities,
and you are willing to help enlighten the general public about the reality of dealing with the DOC, Contact me, Kay Lee,
*Anyone who cares about those inside will have to deal with the DOC eventually. We have found DOC employees to generally either pass the buck, deny everything, give bad information, or just be plain rude. We've found most of them to be unhelpful, dishonest, stubborn, secretive, etc etc. Some are friendly while not giving you answers, and some are not. But the majority of them tend to abuse their authority, and every abuser has a victim...
Their unacknowledged victims are everyone everyone on the outside who has to pray while looking for answers to find one helpful human being in the DOC.
For those few DOC employees who remember they are dealing with human beings, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
I give gold stars to professionals like this, so please send your nominations for deserving employees. Include name, facility, and a summary of why you want to thank them.
If you know of a support group that should be listed here, please contact me and I'll get it up pronto. Now is our chance to build the unity it is going to take to force
professionalism into the DOC.
If you have a story you'd like published on these pages send them to me.
And thank you for being part of the spirit for change.