Acknowledgement of PREA standards used by Colorado Community Corrections during orientation for newly incarcerated individuals.
This report by the U.S. Department of Justice's Review Panel on Prison Rape concludes that prisons and jails that are able to keep inmates safe from sexual abuse have well-trained staff, committed leaders, and strong oversight. The report summarizes the findings from the Review Panel’s 2011 hearings on U.S. prisons and jails with especially high and low rates of sexual victimization.
This policy relates to:
- State-Operated Treatment Facilities
- State-Operated Detention Facilities
- Secure Residential Treatment Centers
- Therapeutic Residential Child Care Facilities
- Child Placement Agencies
- Residential Child Care Facilities
- Regional Offices
Factors related to the prevention of victimization, violence, and trauma experienced by female inmates are described. Prevention/intervention strategies for correctional practice are also supplied for the factors involved, be they individual, relational, institutional, or societal.
Summary of PREA related training events the Alabama Department of Corrections has participated in or conducted as of August 14, 2009.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) operates a Safe Prisons Program for the purpose of preventing and limiting offender-on-offender sexual assaults, physical assaults, and extortion. The TDCJ strives to maintain the safety and security of all offenders incarcerated within the agency.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) Safe Prisons Plan outlines the process of identifying and tracking victims and predators, and reporting, preventing, and detecting incidents related to sexual abuse, extortion, and other acts of offender aggression. The TDCJ Safe Prisons Plan is intended to ensure consistency in the screening, identification, investigation, reporting, and response processes, to include maintaining adequate tracking methods, documentation, data collection, and records related to Safe Prisons investigations.
Checklist for Alvis House Community Correctoins Center Sexual Assault Response Team (SART).