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Pardons Secretary Flood Visits Camp Hill

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May 21, 2019 12:00 AM
By: DOC Staff

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Sec. Flood speaks at SCI Camp HillPennsylvania Board of Pardons Secretary Brandon Flood recently visited SCI Camp Hill to educate inmates about the role and function of his office, as well as discuss positive self-change, redemption and hope for the future.

Shortly after his appointment in April 2019, Sound Community Solutions reached out to the Flood's office on behalf of "The Boys to Men: Character Development Program," to see if he would be available to address the inmates at Camp Hill. Flood accepted this invitation making Camp Hill his first institutional stop following his appointment. 

On May 14, Flood and an entourage that included Angel Fox (Administrative Assistant to State Representative Patty Kim), Lamont Jones (Sound Community Solutions), Larry Washington (Sound Community Solutions) and Dwayne Heckert (Legislative Liaison of the Department of Corrections) met with approximately 200 inmates in the chapel. The event started off with an introduction of the Boys to Men Program and its goals. The Camp Hill Administration was thanked for their support in allowing the program for the betterment of the quality of life for the inmates within Camp Hill to come to fruition.

Jones gave a passionate speech about the journey of change in one's self. His words were moving and were clearly resonating with those in attendance.

Flood then spoke candidly of his own journey of change as he moved toward his story of success. His presentation educated the attendees of the intricacies of applying for pardons, expungement and commutation. The presentation was very educational and enlightening and much appreciated by those in attendance.

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