CENTER FOR INNOVATIVE PUBLIC POLICIES

Staff Sexual Misconduct & the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003
 

The Center for Innovative Public Policies is a leader in assisting local, state and federal against to address operational issues related to staff sexual misconduct with offenders and the implications of the 2003 Prison Rape Elimination Act.  Among the publications that CIPP has produced to assist corrections organizations are:

Training Curriculum for Investigating Allegations of Staff Sexual Misconduct with Inmates

Staff Sexual Misconduct with Inmates: Implications for Jail Administrators

Staff Sexual Misconduct with Inmates: Implications for Jail Administrators: Training for Trainers

Preventing and Addressing Staff Sexual Misconduct in Community Corrections: A Training Program for Agency Administrators.

Staff Sexual Misconduct with Offenders:  Policy Development Guide for Community Corrections Administrators

Learn more about staff sexual misconduct by reviewing these articles:

"Policy Development Guide for Sheriffs and Jail Administrators", August 2002 by Susan W. McCampbell and Larry S. Fischer.

"Sexual Misconduct in Corrections," American Jails, November-December 2000 by Elizabeth Layman, Susan McCampbell and Andie Moss.

"Investigating Allegations of Staff Sexual Misconduct with Inmates:  Myths and Realities," Sheriff, November-December 2001 by Susan W. McCampbell and Elizabeth P. Layman

Staff Sexual Misconduct &
the Prison Rape Elimination Act

Police & law Enforcement Short-Term
Holding Facilities (Lock-ups) &
the Prison Rape Elimination Act

 

The Center of Innovative Public Policies, Inc.  |  1880 Crestview Way  |  Naples, Florida 34119-3306
Phone: (239) 597-5906  | 
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