Survey for Formerly Incarcerated and Loved Ones of those in WA DOC Prisons
This form is not an official survey from the Statewide Family Council, but it will be used by members of the Statewide Family Council to share insight with Statewide Family Council officers to make recommendations to WA DOC about how to better support prisoners and their loved ones during incarceration. All respondent names will be kept anonymous. Answer any questions you wish to answer, and if any are not relevant to you, just skip them. Thank you for your help!
What are the top five things WA DOC could do to improve quality of life for those in its prisons and/or community corrections facilities/programs?
What are the top five things WA DOC could do to improve reentry outcomes for those in its prisons and/or community corrections facilities/programs?
What are the top five things WA DOC could do to encourage family and community connections for those in its prisons and/or community corrections facilities/programs?
What would you like to see WA DOC add to its prison living units, visiting rooms, visiting lobbies, community corrections facilities, etc. to enhance normalcy and a feeling of being supported? (Pretend this is Norway and we could try anything we want.)
For as long as WA DOC insists on imposing solitary confinement as a punishment, how would you suggest that WA DOC improve quality of life for those in solitary, and how could WA DOC do a better job of sharing information with and supporting families of prisoners during periods of solitary confinement?
What are some ways you think WA DOC could be less wasteful? (of taxpayer dollars, energy, disposable packaging, food, etc.)
What kind of expertise and/or educational achievements would you like to see in WA DOC headquarters leadership?
What kind of expertise and/or educational achievements would you like to see in local WA DOC prison superintendents and/or community corrections facility managers?
What could WA DOC do to include families of both prisoners and those on community corrections in helping loved ones disentangle themselves from toxic activities such as using drugs or being involved in prison and street gangs?
How could WA DOC bring its lowest ranking staff, its highest ranking staff, and families of those under its supervision together to collaboratively bring about progressive reforms that all stakeholders could get on board with?
What additional recommendations would you give WA DOC to improve public safety, quality of life for all stakeholders, and reentry outcomes?
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