This four-part toolkit is designed for advocates both in and outside of correctional settings to use PREA’s requirements to end the abuse of LGBTI individuals.
Gender identity issues
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Toolkit - End the Abuse: Protecting LGBTI Prisoners from Sexual Assault (2014)
Incarceration Rates and Traits of Sexual Minorities in the United States: National Inmate Survey, 2011–2012
This report discusses the characteristics of sexual minority US inmates.
The Community Services Division coordinates consulting services (technical assistance), specialized training, and other programs related to probation, parole, and other forms of community-based corrections.
Results are presented regarding key characteristics of transgender and non-transgender veterans and their level of justice involvement.
This webinar discusses the need for agency policies to support LGBT young people in the juvenile justice system. Example policies are included.
Policy Review and Development Guide: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex Persons in Custodial Settings, 2nd Edition
This guide is aimed at helping correctional agencies identify, address, and respond to abuse of LGBTI individuals through policies and procedures.
Locked In: Interactions with the Criminal Justice and Child Welfare Systems for LGBTQ Youth, YMSM, and YWSW Who Engage in Survival Sex
This report focuses on LGBTQ [lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning] youth who become involved in the commercial sex market to meet basic survival needs, describing their experiences with law enforcement, the criminal justice system, and the child welfare system.
The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) and other changes in law and policy have created new expectations of juvenile justice personnel.
Breaking Barriers: Improving Services for LGBTQ Human Trafficking Victims: A Top Ten List for Service Providers and Criminal Justice Professionals // Breaking Barriers: Top Ten List
This report describes the top ten barriers to break in recognizing the needs of LGBTQ youth and supporting them as victims of trafficking.
Twenty-five principles are provided to help correctional health professionals assure that the needs of transgender offenders are met.