Catch up on PREA-related news coverage from around the country.
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Working to eliminate sexual abuse in confinement by assisting the fields of correction, detention, and law enforcement, as well as community and family stakeholders.
This website is designed to serve multiple audiences, including correctional administrators, management, and line staff; sheriffs and officers; community corrections personnel; juvenile detention administrators and staff; PREA auditors; advocates; and survivors and their families. Learn more about using the site.
If you work for an adult or juvenile corrections or law enforcement agency interested in PREA implementation and compliance, start with our implementation section.
If you're looking for resources, training tools, or a PREA-related publication, you'll find a comprehensive set of materials in our library.
If you need information about the PREA audit process or are interested in becoming a PREA auditor yourself, you'll find everything you need in our audit section.
Find new additions and highlighted materials from the PRC's library below.
Developing a PREA-Compliant Language Access Plan for Incarcerated People Who Are Limited English Proficient, produced by the Vera Institute of Justice.
The National PREA Resource Center is pleased to announce the launch of its new website! The redesigned site is developed to guide stakeholders through implementing the PREA Standards, learning about the PREA audit, and accessing our robust library of resources.
The DOJ PREA Working Group regularly publishes interpretive guidance in the form of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). This guidance is essential to enhancing your understanding of the PREA Standards, implementation, and the audit.
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This section of our website is designed to assist individuals who have experienced sexual abuse or sexual harassment while in confinement and family members or loved ones of these individuals.