No. Wardens are not lawmakers. They cannot impose extra laws on prisoners. If you feel that Correctional Officer misconduct has occurred then you should report your findings to the Florida Inspector General's office. As they have no choice but to investigate claims.
Just make sure that you've done your homework so far as facts go. Times, dates, names, incidents, etc. If your inmate loved one has an accusation, always ask if they were in an area camera accessible. If so, ask they write down the approximate date, time and officer's surname who was on shift.
I'm right now in the works of dealing with officer misconduct regarding Securus calls being terminated for pure ishts and giggles... Additionally with the FTC for violation of facility contracts with Securus, relating to financial losses of consumers. I contacted the COO's office of Securus and was told (after lots of prodding) that facility staff monitor the calls and can terminate based "as they deem necessary." If anything is awry, communicate through legal mail. Always remember that unlike your "inmate," you are not incarcerated and your loved one is an extension of you, regardless of their incarceration status.
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