What You Need to Know to Support Incarcerated Survivors: Prison Rape Elimination Act 101 Intro
The Prison Rape Elimination Act was passed by Congress in 2003 to address the prevalence of sexual violence in correctional facilities. The Act funds research and implementation of zero-tolerance standards to detect, prevent, reduce, and punish sexual violence in prisons Join us to learn more about PREA and the role of anti-sexual violence advocates in supporting incarcerated survivors. Please note: Due to a technical issue, this recording was cut short. To review the rest of the information provided, please access the slides below.