A Single Voice Project

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    he National Public Service Council To Abolish Private Prisons
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A SINGLE VOICE PROJECT Is the official name of the petition sponsored by: The National Public Service Council To Abolish Private Prisons (NPSCTAPP)

THIS PETITION SEEKS TO ABOLISH ALL PRIVATE PRISONS IN THE UNITED STATES, (or any place subject to its jurisdiction)


The National Public Service Council To Abolish Private Prisons (NPSCTAPP) is a grass roots organization driven by a single objective. We want the United States government to reclaim sole authority for state and federal prisons on US soil.
We want the United States Congress to immediately rescind all state and federal contracts that permit private prisons for profit to exist in the United States, or any place subject to its jurisdiction. We understand that the problems that currently plague our government, its criminal justice system and in particular, the state & federal bureau of prisons (and most correctional and rehabilitation facilities) are massive. However, it is our solemn belief that the solutions for prison reform whatever they are will remain unattainable and virtually impossible as long as private prisons for profit are permitted to operate in America.

Prior to the past week, and the fiasco of Freddie Mae, Freddie Mac, AIG, and Lehman Brothers, the NPSCTAPP always felt compelled to highlight the moral
bottom line when it came to corrections and privatization in spite of the fact that we were confounded by the reality that our government has allowed our justice system to be operated by private interests. The NPSCTAPP philosophy has always been justice should not be for sale at any price. It is our belief that the inherent and most fundamental responsibility of the criminal justice system should not be shirked, or jobbed-out. This is not the same as privatizing the post office or some trash pick up service in the community. There has to be a loss of meaning and purpose when an inmate looks at a guards uniform and instead of seeing an emblem that reads State Department of Corrections or Federal Bureau of Prisons, he sees one that says: Atlas Prison Corporation. Lets assume that the real danger of privatization is not some innate inhumanity on the part of its practitioners but rather the added financial incentives that reward inhumanity. The same logic that motivates companies to operate prisons more efficiently also encourages them to cut corners at the expense of workers, prisoners and the public. Every penny they do not spend on food, medical care or training for guards is a dime they can pocket. What happens when the pennies pocket are not enough for the shareholders? Who will bailout the private prison industry when they hold the government and the American people hostage with the threat of financial failurebankruptcy?
What was unimaginable a week ago merits serious consideration today. State and Federal prison programs originate from government design and, therefore, need to be maintained by the government. Its time to restore the principles and the vacated promise of our judicial system.



John F. Kennedy said, The time to repair the roof is while the sun is shinning. Well the sun may not be shinning but, its not a bad time to begin repair on a dangerous roof that is certain to fall. because, Incarcerating people for profit is, in a word WRONG

There is an urgent need for the good people of this country to emerge from the shadows of cynicism, indifference, apathy and those other dark places that we migrate to when we are overwhelmed by frustration and the loss of hope.
It is our hope that you will support the NPSCTAPP with a show of solidarity by signing our petition, which seeks to send one million signatures to the United States Congress expressing the will of the people to abolish the private prison for profit industry in the United States of America.

I sign this petition in support of the United States Congress immediately implementing legislature to perform the necessary judicial steps and other procedures of policy to abolish the private prison for profit industry in the United States of America.