PowerPoint slides for the webinar titled Detainee/Resident Education in Police Lockups & Community Confinement, which was broadcast on July 25, 2013.
Acknowledgement of PREA standards used by Colorado Community Corrections during orientation for newly incarcerated individuals.
Overview of sexual abuse and sexual assault prevention and intervention at Alvis House Community Corrections Center.
“The intention of this guide is to provide a general overview of corrections-based sexual assault as it relates to line staff and supervisors in community corrections agencies” (p.vii). Six sections are contained in this publication: sexual violence and community corrections; sexuality, violence, and the correctional environment; offenders as victims—the impacts and implications of offender victimization; identifying and working with victims; responding to abuse—the role of community corrections staff; and protecting offenders and preventing abuse.
This entry contains forms for documenting an injury from an attack are provided. The incident report compiles information regarding: responding law enforcement agency; abuse, neglect, exploitation, or death; serious incidents (to be reported within 24 hours); location of incident; and alleged victim/juvenile information. The internal investigation form records: alleged victim(s); alleged perpetrator(s); person reported to; date of allegation reporting; date of internal investigation initiation and completion; incident specifics; and person completing the investigation.
Hearing transcripts regarding medical and mental health care, community corrections, and oversight related to the prevention of and response to inmate sexual assault. Points of entry are: full transcript; opening remarks; personal accounts; response and treatment—caring for sexual assault victims in correctional and detention facilities; confidentiality and reporting—medical ethics, victim safety, and facility security; sexual violence and community corrections—the special considerations of community-based settings; and best practices and emerging trends—the community corrections field’s response to the Prison Rape Elimination Act. This article contains testimony specifically about the State of North Carolina.
Description:”This article outlines the different constitutional standards that courts apply when analyzing agency restrictions on relationships between ex-offenders and community corrections staff. The article also details the various factors that courts, in particular cases, consider in determining whether correctional policies which prohibit staff/ex-offenders relationships are constitutional. Finally, the article concludes with recommendations about how agencies might develop policies in this area that both protect community corrections agencies and are constitutional” (pg 44).
This guide is part of "Future Force: A Guide to Building the 21st Century Community Corrections Workplace". This is an internal culture assessment tool used to score your agency's leadership, professionalism, quality of work life, daily operations, personnel development, and communications.
This article addresses definitions of staff sexual misconduct with offenders, myths and realities of sexual misconduct in corrections, national developments that have affected staff sexual misconduct with offenders, state laws prohibiting staff sexual misconduct with offenders, critical issues for community corrections, actions agency administrators can take address and prevent staff misconduct and investigations.