Tell this Indiana Prison to Restore In-Person Visits

On May 1, 2018, the Miami Correctional Facility in Bunker Hill, Indiana, completely eliminated in-person visitation at the facility.

This is cruel, as well as counterproductive for a prison euphemistically called a correctional facility. People deprived of contact tend to have a harder time re-integrating when freed.

Add your name to this petition to the Miami Correctional Facility Staff and Administration:

We urge you to restore in-person contact visits.

1-25 of 9874 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
9874 1 week ago Nicholas Terra Louisville, OH
9873 4 weeks ago Anonymous Lansing, MI
9872 1 month ago Zach Luschen Roy, WA
9871 2 months ago Benjamin Merrill Minneapolis, MN Sick.
9870 2 months ago Jill M. Reese Tucson, AZ Miami - stop this inhumane policy now!
9869 2 months ago Virgil Pauls Newton, KS
9868 2 months ago Regina Flores LAKE ELSINORE, CA
9867 3 months ago John Brocato Hazelwood, MO
9866 3 months ago Nancy Little Chicago, IL Prison reform now! We simply cannot stand for this any longer.
9865 3 months ago Laura Scherry Chicago, IL
9864 3 months ago Anonymous Henderson, NV
9863 4 months ago Erica Ransford Wyandotte, MI
9862 4 months ago Daniel McGowan New York, NY
9861 4 months ago Terrie Manning Simi valley, CA Your a system of tortuous punishment that can only reap terrible results! Humanity is not about hating and fear!
9860 4 months ago LISA HOWELL LANSING, IL Mother's and aunts would like to hug their children.
9859 4 months ago Anonymous Chicago, IL
9858 4 months ago Rae Jones Fordville, ND Please reverse this inhumane policy and allow in person, contact visits. Thank you.
9857 4 months ago Jennifer Hurley Auburn, WA
9856 4 months ago Jenifer Bidart Indianapolis, IN
9855 4 months ago Mary Gibson Valparaiso, IN
9854 4 months ago Penelope Taylor Nashville, IN This is totally unacceptable to families! It is also not conducive to rehabilitation.
9853 4 months ago Karen Alexander-Brown Portland, OR Humanity should be modeled, not violated. All that engenders positive, healthy connections to society and family should be encouraged. These are the incentives for rehabilitation.
9852 4 months ago Travon Jones Jackson, TN
9851 4 months ago Caryn Graves Berkeley, CA
9850 4 months ago Steven Kroeger Albany, NY
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