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    PREA Toolkits: Enhanced Edition Now Available

    “ Implementing the Prison Rape Elimination Act: A Toolkit for Jails ” and “ Implementing the Prison Rape Elimination Act: A Toolkit for Juvenile Agencies and Facilities ” are now available in an enhanced and more interactive version. The heart of these resources, the self-evaluation checklists, are now “form fillable” in adobe reader. Each checklist includes an “action plan” button which goes to a fillable action plan worksheet for each item in the...
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    PREA Data Collection Activities, 2012

    From the Bureau of Justice Statistics , this Data Collection Profile highlights results from five surveys on the topic of sexual victimization, assault, and violence. The featured survey is the National Former Prisoner Survey (NFPS) released in May 2012. It provides the “first-ever national estimates of the prevalence of sexual victimization based on reports of former state prison inmates”. Also contained in the Profile are the latest data from the National Survey of Youth in Custody...
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    National Prison Rape Elimination Commission Update

    Greetings from the National Prison Rape Elimination Commission. The Commission is concluding the process of preparing standards and a final report on the elimination of sexual abuse in correctional and detention facilities, as statutorily required by the Prison Rape Elimination Act. The Commission’s final report and standards will be provided to Congress, the President, the Attorney General, and selected Federal and State officials on June 23, 2009; the same day, the report and standards will be...
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