Report Sexual Misconduct
Prison Rape Elimination Act
The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 was enacted by Congress to address the problem of sexual abuse and rape in jails and prisons across the United States. In 2009 the final report was handed over to the U.S. Attorney General and PREA was published on June 20, 2012. The final published act of PREA gives correctional facilities standards to prevent, detect, monitor and respond to reported acts of sexual abuse of detained and incarcerated persons.
The Pima County Adult Detention Complex is a ZERO tolerance facility when it comes to sexual assault and abuse against persons in our custody. The PCADC observes all standards set forth and established in PREA. We here at the PCADC believe that all inmates have the absolute right to be free from all/any sexual abuse. PREA covers all types of sexual abuse and assault and all reports will be taken with the same level of seriousness and thoroughly investigated.
The claim or allegation does not have to come from the inmate; it may come from the members of the public such as a friend, family member or loved one. Please inform a Pima County staff member if you are aware or suspect any possible misconduct. All staff members have been trained on how to properly and professionally investigate and report claims and allegations of sexual abuse. The telephone number for reporting Sexual Misconduct is 351-8414. This is a message line where you can leave a message detailing any concerns you have. When leaving a message, please include, at a minimum,the inmate's name and housing unit to help us identify them so we can ensure they are treated appropriately. You may remain anonymous or leave your name and phone number so someone can call you back.
- PCADC Sexual Misconduct and PREA policy
- PREA Statistics (January, 2013 - December, 2013)
- PREA Statistics 2013
- PREA Statistics 2014
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