(a) The agency shall train all employees and volunteers who may have contact with lockup detainees to be able to fulfill their responsibilities under agency sexual abuse prevention, detection, and response policies and procedures, including training on:
(1) The agency’s zero-tolerance policy and detainees’ right to be free from sexual abuse and sexual harassment;
(2) The dynamics of sexual abuse and harassment in confinement settings, including which detainees are most vulnerable in lockup settings;
(3) The right of detainees and employees to be free from retaliation for reporting sexual abuse or harassment;
(4) How to detect and respond to signs of threatened and actual abuse;
(5) How to communicate effectively and professionally with all detainees; and
(6) How to comply with relevant laws related to mandatory reporting of sexual abuse to outside authorities.
(b) All current employees and volunteers who may have contact with lockup detainees shall be trained within one year of the effective date of the PREA standards, and the agency shall provide annual refresher information to all such employees and volunteers to ensure that they know the agency’s current sexual abuse and sexual harassment policies and procedures.
(c) The agency shall document, through employee signature or electronic verification, that employees understand the training they have received.