This document defines and outlines the policies and procedure for inmate sexual misconduct and sexual assault for the Arlington County Sheriff’s Office.
This guide provides various staff checklists for inmates of the Arlington County Detention Facility. These relate to inmate injury or death/suicide, communicable diseases, mass arrests, and PREA investigations, among others.
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.
This document contains the King County Sheriff’s Office policy to “promptly and thoroughly investigate alleged misconduct involving employees”. Definitions and procedures are included.
This report includes recommendations for training objectives and topics that will enable an examiner to implement the recommendations. This publication is a companion for a National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations, which was released in September 2004
This brochure explains definitions and procedures around reporting sexual misconduct perpetrated against inmates for the Arlington County Detention Facility. Resources and appropriate facility contacts are included.
The purpose of this document is “to define the purpose, scope, authority, responsibility, selection, and training of Internal Affairs personnel”. Definitions and procedures are included.
This document contains the Dane County Sheriff’s Office policy which informs “all staff of procedures for accepting, processing, and investigating complaints concerning allegations of misconduct”. It also “defines provisions applicable to investigation and disposition of allegations of misconduct”.
This document describes the Department of Corrections policy meant to “establish standardized procedures to request approve and govern the actions, reporting procedures and authority of Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) Internal Affairs (IA) functions”. Definitions and procedures are included.
Description: The purposes of this law are: to protect crime victims’ rights; to eliminate the substantial backlog of DNA samples collected from crime scenes and convicted offenders; to improve and expand the DNA testing capacity of federal, state, and local crime laboratories; to increase research and development of new DNA testing technologies; to develop new training programs regarding the collection and use of DNA evidence; to provide post-conviction testing of DNA evidence to exonerate the innocent; to improve the performance of counsel in state capital cases; and for other purposes.
Description: Tools to assess an organization and implement strategies to prevent staff sexual misconduct in a jail setting are provided. The following sections comprise this document: introduction; using this guide; how to know if an agency needs a policy -- what staff sexual misconduct is, definitions, red flags, and writing policies and procedures; and agency triage -- administrative and management practices, security and supervision, investigations, and inmate programming.
Anti-fraternization policies of the Idaho Department of Corrections. This document states that “it is the policy of the Board of Correction that employees, volunteers, contractors and agents shall maintain only a professional relationship with offenders and ex-offenders, family members of offenders and ex-offenders, inmate visitors, and anyone residing in the last known or same household as the offender or ex-offender”. Includes definitions as well as explanations of procedure, applicability, prohibited activities, notifications of relationship to an offender, investigation and consequences for violations.