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New! Resource for advocates working with incarcerated survivors

The Prison Rape Elimination Act, which applies to most types of correctional and detention facilities, requires facilities to provide access to confidential community based sexual assault advocacy services for incarcerated people who have experienced sexual assault. Correctional facilities will be reaching out to community based sexual assault advocacy programs to help them fulfill this requirement, and it is imperative that advocates and programs understand their role and how it differs from a facility's role, in addition to understanding more about corrections culture in general.

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Reviewed: March 21st, 2017