This video training series provides an important foundation for understanding trauma and the implications of trauma on inmates in confinement.
National PREA Resource Center (PRC) (Washington, DC)
Making PREA and victim services accessible for incarcerated people with disabilities: An implementation guide for practitioners on the adult and juvenile standards
The guide provides strategies to correctional agencies to aid compliance with PREA requirements for incarcerated people with disabilities.
Untangling the PREA Standards: Outside Reporting, Confidential Support, and Third-Party Reporting Fact Sheet
The purpose of this fact sheet is to clarify the various external reporting methods that the standards require detention facilities to put in place, and that are separate from the internal reporting mechanisms described in the standard §115.51(a).
This paper identifies and explains the applicable PREA Standards and requirements, along with other influencing factors that impact a facility’s development, documentation and implementation of a PREA-compliant facility staffing plan.
The PRC’s aim is to provide assistance to those responsible for state and local adult prisons and jails, juvenile facilities, community corrections, lockups, tribal organizations, and inmates and their families in their efforts to eliminate sexual abuse in confinement.
Keeping Vulnerable Populations Safe under PREA: Alternative Strategies to the Use of Segregation in Prisons and Jails
This guide provides prison and jail administrators and staff with strategies for safely housing inmates at risk of sexual abuse without isolating them.
This curriculum was developed to assist agencies in addressing training requirements found in PREA standards.
This training program prepares corrections staff to develop and implement a victim services program that is trauma-informed and victim-centered.
This webinar focuses on the legal liability of agencies and staff when engaging in cross gender supervision and searches of people in custody.
These documents comprise the instrument that auditors will use to audit the U.S. Department of Justice's PREA Standards for Community Facilities.