The PREA in Action Series provides real-world examples of PREA implementation for policy makers, advisors, and practitioners. Each PREA in Action case study focuses on a different topic, showcases facilities or systems making efforts in that area, and features an accompanying webinar. The profiles reflect planning efforts rather than outcomes and success, as most systems are in the early stages of preparing to comply with PREA standards; it will be some time before measurable outcomes are available. Some of the systems profiled have made real progress toward compliance with the anticipated standards; some have overcome significant hurdles in changing their approach to sexual abuse in confinement; and some still face significant obstacles to making real and lasting change. However, in every case study, the planning and implementation efforts should be instructive to the field. The goal of the series is to share information, and demonstrate examples of implementation strategies, approaches to challenges, and lessons learned.
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