Invest In Those Who Keep Our Communities Safe

Washington State corrections employees put their lives on the line to protect the public.

Many corrections employees are military veterans who have served our country and are continuing that public service back home. They know how important it is to invest in corrections so that our state’s prisons are safe and our communities are strong.

I urge the Washington Legislature to fully fund the corrections contract and invest in the men and women who keep our communities safe.


Will you sign?

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  • Tami Ferguson
  • Debra tibbs
  • Quentin Morrisey
  • John Bennett
  • Jeff Ebi
    Sign our PETITION in support of funding WA State corrections employees' contract. They risk their lives to protect us!
  • Jeff Ebi
  • Debbie Ricker
  • Alice Kaleopa
  • Mark Keller
    Recognize what we do. Recognize what we face each day. Honor our arbitration. Fully fund our contract.
  • Courtney Watson
  • Beverly McKinney
  • Melody J Estes
  • Tammy Slayton
    I have many friends and fam ik ly that are correction employees. The need and deserve a raise and benefit competition and raise. Without them working overtime or double shifts you’d be screwed.
  • Michael Troy
  • Stacy Forrest
  • Michelle Freeman
    Men and women in law enforcement put their lives at risk, at the expense of their very own precious life! Corrections Officers’ lives are constantly at risk in a confined spaces. People who put their fears and families aside, to protect us; they should be paid accordingly!!!
  • terry cousins
    Please sign for their pay raises they deserve it more than anyone else I can think of.
  • Kevin Kluchesky
    These men and women do a job that you yourself won’t do have a little respect and fund their contract.
  • Ricardo Garibay
  • haley stone
  • Kyle Bettis
  • Dea Moore
  • angela Matthews
  • margaret lee
    Chasin and catching a felon is hard maintaining their security is harded. DOC men and women risk their lives every day guarding people who do not care about them or the rules. Th state thinks they can do it cheaper but the truth is minimum wage employees from private Corp are not as well trained nor do they do it as well and experience has shown when serious events unfold these private security employees leave to protect themselves. Doc is a necessity. DOC professionals are critical to this objective they should be paid the same as other law enforcement. I love blue shirts.
  • Aaron Johnson
  • Dale Matthews
  • Cynthia Jernee
    I am so sick of our so called representatives giving themselves raises and we and our families have to do without!
  • Adam Lee
    I work Corrections. We are not in a safe cubicle or office like the rest of the state workers.
  • Sheryl Shattuck
  • Lionel Boschulte