Members of the Campaign for Prison Reform hold a press conference outside of the Governor's Mansion Thursday, May 31, 2018, to announce that if the prison visitation cutbacks go forward as expected, they will boycott the company that will profit off cash transfers and video visits by family members to inmates, JPay Inc. Pictured from left: Gail Williams, mother of an inmate; Aggy DiTullio, wife of an inmate; Mallory Naber, former corrections officer; Jewie Tryon, wife of an inmate; and Judy Thompson of Forgotten Majority.
Members of the Campaign for Prison Reform hold a press conference outside of the Governor's Mansion Thursday, May 31, 2018, to announce that if the prison visitation cutbacks go forward as expected, they will boycott the company that will profit off cash transfers and video visits by family members to inmates, JPay Inc. Pictured from left: Gail Williams, mother of an inmate; Aggy DiTullio, wife of an inmate; Mallory Naber, former corrections officer; Jewie Tryon, wife of an inmate; and Judy Thompson of Forgotten Majority. Mary Ellen Klas meklas@miamiherald.com
Members of the Campaign for Prison Reform hold a press conference outside of the Governor's Mansion Thursday, May 31, 2018, to announce that if the prison visitation cutbacks go forward as expected, they will boycott the company that will profit off cash transfers and video visits by family members to inmates, JPay Inc. Pictured from left: Gail Williams, mother of an inmate; Aggy DiTullio, wife of an inmate; Mallory Naber, former corrections officer; Jewie Tryon, wife of an inmate; and Judy Thompson of Forgotten Majority. Mary Ellen Klas meklas@miamiherald.com

Cash-strapped Florida prison agency wants private vendor to profit from inmate visits

May 31, 2018 06:44 PM