As Hurricane Florence barrels towards the East Coast 170,000 people behind bars lie directly in it’s path with no ability to evacuate in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.
We need your help putting pressure on each state to ensure the horrors that happened at FCI Beaumont during Hurricane Harvey don’t happen again. Already one prison we know of in a flood zone is refusing to evacuate.
- Immediate evacuation of all prisoners from every prison.
- Stockpiling of Water and Food at every facility.
When you get a response tweet @FightXPrisons! (Or email [email protected])
ALSO- We don’t trust ANY Department of Corrections. Per Jailhouse Lawyers Speak’s advice, “If you know any prisoners in this storm path, it’s important to tell them to fill up any containers or bags with water NOW!! Prisons are notorious for not giving adequate drinking water to prisoners if any at all after the water is contaminated.”
There’s a lot of numbers so maybe get with some friends and divide up!
Numbers to Call
North Carolina Department of “Public Safety” (Twitter- @NCPublicSafety)
DOPS General Line- 919-733-2126
Department of Correction General Line — (919) 838-4000
Ask to speak to Director Lassiter’s Office.
South Carolina Department of Corrections (Twitter- @SCDCNews)
Agency Director- Bryan P. Stirling —- 803-896-8555
Virginia Department of Corrections (Twitter- @VADOC)
General Number- 804-674-3000
Press 0 at the menu and ask to be transferred to the director’s administrative assistant.
Only current VA evacuation- Indian Creek Correctional Center.
Federal Bureau of Prisons-
Mid Atlantic Regional Office (North Carolina and Virginia)- 301-317-3100
Southeastern Regional Office (South Carolina)- 678-686-1200