We are more than our mistakes.
Floridians for Redeemable People is a grassroots non-profit political committee committed to criminal justice and social reforms focused on ending mass incarceration, the warehousing human beings, and sentencing disparities, by providing data-driven solutions in the form of initiatives and proposed legislation.
FFRP supports Initiative 22-18, the Offender Reintegration Program Amendment, and Initiative 22-07, the Voting Rights for Incarcerated Individuals Amendment, because they are a "for the people, by the people," movement to create, through a Florida Constitutional Amendment, a mechanism for the formal review of incarcerated individuals, including juveniles, who have both served a significant portion of their sentence and met certain educational and rehabilitative qualifications during their incarceration (22-18) and a way to give voice to the disenfranchised (22-07).
Through the Offender Reintegration Program Amendment, we can ensure that the effects of failed sentencing policies do not remain entrenched within Florida's criminal justice system, and that society's evolving standards of decency are heeded. And through the Voting Rights for Incarcerated Individuals Amendment, we can assure that the incarcerated are still s part of the Democratic processes that affect them and their families and loved ones.
Here at Floridians For Redeemable People, we’re committed to investing our expertise in the field of constitutional law and resources in order to further achieve success in these worthy undertakings.