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Prison Rape Elimination Act Reports

Prison Rape Elimination Act Reports

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The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law intended to prevent, detect, and address sexual abuse of offenders. It applies to all levels of adult prisons and jails, juvenile confinement facilities, lockups, and community confinement facilities. Learn more about our zero-tolerance policy regarding PREA in Operating Procedure 038.3.

These reports are in compliance with PREA. All reports are in PDF format.

PREA Annual Reports

Each year, our staff compiles and analyzes the call volume reporting sexual abuse, investigations, resolutions, and additional measures taken to detect and prevent abuse.

PREA Audit Reports

Our staff conducts periodic audits of our facilities to ensure compliance to PREA standards.

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Survey of Sexual Victimization

This survey is part of the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ National Prison Rape Statistics Program. It gathers data on the prevalence of sexual assault in correctional facilities.

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