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This compilation is far from exhaustive, but demonstrates the scope of the continued problem of prisoners being sexually victimized by staff members.Alabama On October 1, 2011, Carolyn Burns, 53, a kitchen worker at Holman Prison, was arrested after a guard found her having sex with a prisoner in a kitchen closet.Proving that it is less the act of rape that rouses governmental ire as the identity of the victim and the perpetrator.In this latest round-up of news reports from 35 states, we examine incidents involving prison and jail staff and other corrections employees who were indicted, arrested, convicted or sentenced for raping or sexually abusing prisoners over a 12-month period, from March 2011 to March 2012.Craft was charged with sodomy for allegedly engaging in sexual activity in an employee bathroom during the night shift.“The inmate said he did feel at one time pressure to do that, and also probably in exchange for some favoritism,” said Sheriff Hoss Mack. Arkansas In July 2011, Billy Joe Smith, 48, a guard at the Union County jail, was charged with three counts of sexual assault and three counts of furnishing prohibited articles to a prisoner.While the remaining incidents were considered “willing,” prisoners cannot legally consent to sex acts with staff members.
Unfortunately, “rape camps” is a term only used to describe prisons in other countries, not the United States. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, from 2008 to 2009, 2.8% of state and federal prisoners and 2.0% of jail prisoners reported at least one incident of sexual victimization by a corrections employee within the preceding 12 months.
Three years later PLN ran another cover article, titled Sexual Abuse by Prison and Jail Staff Proves Persistent, Pandemic, which described dozens of reports involving prisoner rape and sexual assault in correctional facilities across the U. This is partly because reducing prisoner rape and sexual abuse is simply not a priority for corrections officials.
Despite the enactment of the optimistically-named Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) by Congress, the criminalization of sex acts between prisoners and those who guard them, and the adoption of “zero tolerance” policies by many prison and jail systems, the situation has not greatly improved.
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Filed under: Staff-Prisoner Assault, Prisoner-Prisoner Assault, Staff-Staff Assault, Assault by Police, Corrections Corporation of America/Core Civic, Management and Training Corporation, Staff-Prisoner Harassment, Harassment by Police, Misconduct/Corruption, Guard Misconduct, Criminal Prosecution, Statistics/Trends, Administrative Exhaustion (PLRA), Prison Rape Elimination Act. by Matt Clarke and Alex Friedmann In 2006, Prison Legal News published a cover story, Guards Rape of Prisoners Rampant, No Solution in Sight, that presented a compilation of news reports concerning the rape and sexual abuse of prisoners by prison and jail staff, police officers and other law enforcement officials. Indeed, rape and sexual assault are integral elements of American prison and jail management.