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U.S. Department of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
Bureau of Justice Statistics

Bureau of Justice Statistics

Special Report

Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA)

January 2011, NCJ 231172

Sexual Victimization Reported by Adult
Correctional Authorities, 2007–2008
Paul Guerino and Allen J. Beck, Ph.D., BJS Statisticians

T

he Survey of Sexual Violence (SSV) is an annual collection
based on official records that the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) has conducted since 2004. It is one of a number
of BJS data collections that are conducted to meet the mandates
of the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA).
On behalf of BJS, staff of the Governments Division of the
U.S. Census Bureau mailed survey forms to correctional
administrators in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, state prison
systems, public and private jails, private prisons, jails in
Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Administrators
were given the option to mail back a completed form or to
complete it on the web. Data collection forms can be accessed
on the BJS website at http://bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov/index.cfm?
ty=dcdetail&iid=406.

Each sexual act, as defined by BJS, is classified by the perpetrator
who carried out the incident (i.e., inmate or staff) and the type of
act perpetrated. Administrators provided counts of the four types
of sexual victimization that occurred during the prior calendar
year: inmate-on-inmate nonconsensual sexual acts, inmate-oninmate abusive sexual contacts, staff sexual misconduct, and staff
sexual harassment. (See “Defining sexual victimization,” page 2.)
For each type of victimization, correctional administrators
indicated how many of the allegations were substantiated
(determined to have occurred), unsubstantiated, unfounded
(insufficient evidence to make a final determination), and still
under investigation.
The administrators then completed a separate form for each
substantiated allegation, providing details about the victim,
perpetrator, and circumstances surrounding the incident.

Highlights
ƒƒ Correctional administrators reported 7,444 allegations of sexual
victimization in 2008 and 7,374 allegations in 2007.
ƒƒ Total allegations of sexual victimization increased significantly
between 2005 (6,241 incidents) and 2008 (7,444).
ƒƒ The increase in total allegations of sexual victimization between
2005 and 2008 was largely due to prisons, where allegations
increased 21%, from 4,791 incidents to 5,796.
ƒƒ In 2008, 931 allegations of sexual victimization (13%) were substantiated, i.e., determined to have occurred upon investigation.
ƒƒ State prison administrators reported 589 substantiated incidents
of sexual violence in 2008, up 28% from 459 substantiated incidents reported in 2005.

ƒƒ About 54% of substantiated incidents of sexual victimization
involved only inmates, while 46% of substantiated incidents
involved staff with inmates.
ƒƒ Female inmates were disproportionately victimized by both
other inmates and staff in federal and state prisons, as well as
local jails.
ƒƒ Approximately 12% of substantiated inmate-on-inmate sexual
victimizations were committed by two or more perpetrators.
ƒƒ Injuries were reported in about 18% of incidents of inmate-oninmate sexual victimizations and less than 1% of incidents of
staff-on-inmate sexual victimizations.

The 2007 and 2008 surveys included all federal
and state prisons, facilities operated by the U.S.
military and ICE, and a representative sample of
jail jurisdictions and privately operated jails and
prisons. The surveys also included jails holding
adults in Indian country based on a complete
enumeration of jails in 2008 and a representative
sample of jails in 2007. In total, data were
collected from facilities containing 2.12 million
inmates in 2007 and 2.17 million inmates in
2008. (See Methodology for more information
about the systems and facilities from which data
were collected.)
Responses were weighted to provide nationallevel estimates for jails and privately operated
facilities. Since the estimates for jails and
privately operated facilities are based on a sample
rather than a complete enumeration, they are
subject to sampling error. (See Methodology for
description of sampling procedures.)
The 2007-2008 survey results should not be used
to rank systems or facilities. Given the absence
of uniform reporting, caution is necessary for
accurate interpretation of the survey results.
Higher or lower counts among facilities may
reflect variations in definitions, reporting
capacities, and procedures for recording
allegations, as opposed to differences in the
underlying incidence of sexual victimization.

Detailed tabulations of the survey results by
system and sampled facility are presented in
appendix tables 19-30.

Detail on substantiated incidents
The 2008 SSV recorded 763 substantiated incidents
of sexual victimization, or incidents that were
investigated and determined to have occurred.
Weighting this total to take into account the sampling
of local jail jurisdictions, private prisons, and private
jails, the estimated total number of substantiated
incidents in the nation in 2008 was 931. The 2007
SSV recorded 783 substantiated incidents of sexual
victimization, which when weighted represented
1,001 incidents nationwide.
For each substantiated incident reported,
correctional administrators were asked to provide
details on circumstances surrounding each incident,
characteristics of victims and perpetrators, type
of pressure or physical force, sanctions imposed,
and what type of victim assistance was provided,
if any. They provided detail on 97% of reported
substantiated incidents. These data are displayed in
tables 4–7 and appendix tables 1–18.

Defining sexual victimization
To define “sexual victimization” under the Prison Rape Elimination
Act of 2003, BJS uses uniform definitions that classify each sexual act
by the perpetrator who carried out the incident (i.e., inmate or staff )
and the type of act perpetrated.

Staff-on-inmate sexual victimization includes consensual or
nonconsensual acts perpetrated on an inmate by an employee,
volunteer, contractor, official visitor, or other agency representative.
(Family, friends, and other visitors are excluded.)

Inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization involves sexual contacts
with a victim without his or her consent or with a victim who cannot
consent or refuse. The most serious incidents, nonconsensual sexual
acts, include—

Staff sexual misconduct includes any sexual behavior or act directed
toward an inmate by staff, including romantic relationships. Such
acts include—

ƒƒ contact between the penis and the vagina or the penis and the
anus including penetration, however slight; or

ƒƒ contact between the mouth and the penis, vagina, or anus; or
ƒƒ penetration of the anal or genital opening of another person by a
hand, finger, or other object.

ƒƒ intentional

touching of the genitalia, anus, groin, breast, inner
thigh, or buttocks with the intent to abuse, arouse, or gratify
sexual desire; or

ƒƒ completed, attempted, threatened, or requested sexual acts; or
ƒƒ occurrences of indecent exposure, invasion of privacy, or staff
voyeurism for sexual gratification.

Less serious incidents, abusive sexual contacts, include—

ƒƒ intentional touching, either directly or through the clothing, of
the genitalia, anus, groin, breast, inner thigh, or buttocks of any
person; and

ƒƒ incidents in which the intention is to sexually exploit rather than

Staff sexual harassment includes repeated statements or comments
of a sexual nature to an inmate by staff. Such statements include—

ƒƒ demeaning references to an inmate’s sex or derogatory comments
about his or her body or clothing; or

ƒƒ repeated profane or obscene language or gestures.

to harm or debilitate.

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Sexual Victimization Reported by Adult Correctional Authorities, 2007–2008

Summary findings
Allegations of sexual victimization
The rate of sexual victimization reported
by correctional administrators increased
from 3.33 incidents per 1,000 inmates in
2005 to 3.82 in 2008.
Overall, there were 7,374 allegations of sexual
victimization in 2007 and 7,444 allegations in
2008 (table 1). Although there was no significant
difference between the overall totals in the 2007
and 2008 collection years, total allegations of
sexual victimization increased significantly
between 2005 (6,241 allegations) and 2008.
This increase was largely the result of increased
allegations of sexual victimization in prisons,
from 4,791 incidents in 2005 to 5,796 incidents
in 2008. The number of allegations of sexual
victimization in local and private jails did not
increase by a statistically significant amount
between 2005 and 2008.
The increase in the total number of reported
allegations of sexual victimization corresponds
with an increase in the rate of reported allegations
over time, from 2.83 allegations per 1,000 inmates
in 2005 to 3.18 incidents per 1,000 in 2008. As
with total allegations, this trend resulted from
an increase in the rate of reported allegations in
prisons, from 3.33 incidents per 1,000 inmates
in 2005 to 3.82 in 2008. The rate of reported
allegations of sexual victimization in jails did not
increase significantly between 2005 and 2008.
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate
abusive sexual contacts account for twothirds of the total increase in reported
allegations of sexual victimization
between 2005 and 2008.
The increase in the total number of reported allegations of sexual victimization since 2005 is due
to an increase in inmate-on-inmate abusive sexual
contacts. Unlike the other three types of victimization, allegations of abusive sexual contact increased significantly over time, from 611 incidents
in 2005 to 1,417 in 2008 (table 2). This increase
accounted for 67% of the overall increase of 1,203
allegations between 2005 and 2008.

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Table 1
National estimates of total allegations of sexual victimization, by type of facility, 2005-2008
Number of allegations
Rate per 1,000 inmates
Facility type
2008*
2007
2006
2005
2008* 2007 2006
2005
7,444
7,374 6,528** 6,241**
3.18
2.95
2.91** 2.83**
Total
5,796
5,535** 4,958** 4,791**
3.82
3.62** 3.37** 3.33**
Prisonsa
368
309** 242**
268**
2.22
1.86** 1.50** 1.71**
Public-federalb
5,194
4,940** 4,516** 4,341**
4.20
3.98** 3.75** 3.68**
Public-state
1,633
1,823 1,533
1,406
2.04
1.89
2.02
1.86
Jailsc
Other adult facilities
2
9**
29
32**
^
3.33**
^
^
Indian country jailsd
6
3**
3**
8**
3.34
1.63** 1.62** 3.08**
Military-operated
6
4**
5**
4**
0.49
0.61** 0.62** 0.61**
ICE-operated
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
^Too few cases to provide a reliable rate.
aIncludes federal, state, and private prisons.
bEstimates for 2006 are not comparable to those in 2005 due to a change in reporting.
cIncludes local and private jails.
dExcludes facilities housing juveniles only.

Table 2
National estimates of total allegations of sexual victimization, by type of incident,
2005–2008
Incident type
2008*
2007
2006
7,444
7,374
6,528**
Total
Inmate-on-inmate nonconsensual sexual acts
2,343
2,421
2,205
Inmate-on-inmate abusive sexual contacts
1,417
1,220**
834**
Staff sexual misconduct
2,528
2,436
2,371
Staff sexual harassment
1,169
1,298
1,118

2005
6,241**
2,160
611**
2,386
1,084**

*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
Note: Detail may not sum to total due to missing data.

BJS Surveys of Sexual Victimization in Correctional Facilities
Section 4(a)(1) of the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA) requires
the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) to “carry out, for each calendar year, a
comprehensive statistical review and analysis of the incidence and effects of
prison rape” (P.L. 108-79).
BJS has developed a multiple-measure, multiple-mode data collection strategy
to fully implement requirements under PREA, including three surveys relating
to inmate sexual victimization. The Survey of Sexual Violence (SSV) collects
administrative data annually on the incidence of sexual victimization in adult
and juvenile correctional facilities. The National Inmate Survey (NIS) and the
National Survey of Youth in Custody (NYSYC) gather data on the incidence of
sexual assault as reported by inmates in prisons and jails and by youth held in
juvenile facilities.

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Substantiated incidents of sexual
victimization
State prison administrators reported an
increase of 130 substantiated incidents
between 2005 and 2008.
Administrators of all categories of correctional
facilities reported 1,001 substantiated incidents
of sexual victimization in 2007 and 931
substantiated incidents in 2008 (table 3). This
change in all categories was not statistically
significant, nor was the increase in substantiated
incidents between 2005 (885 incidents) and
2008. State prisons experienced a 28% increase
in substantiated incidents between 2005 (459
incidents) and 2008 (589 incidents). Local and
private jails saw no statistically significant change
during the same period.
The rate of substantiated incidents of sexual
violence follows the same pattern as total
substantiated incidents. While the overall rate did
not change significantly between 2005 and 2008
(for both years, it was 0.4 substantiated incidents

per 1,000 inmates), the rate of substantiated
incidents in prisons increased from 0.36 incidents
per 1,000 inmates in 2005 to 0.43 incidents per
1,000 in 2008. The rate of substantiated incidents
in jails did not change significantly between 2005
and 2008.
Substantiated incidents of inmateon-inmate abusive sexual contacts
and staff sexual harassment increased
significantly between 2005 and 2008.
Substantiated incidents of inmate-on-inmate
nonconsensual sexual acts declined from 326
in 2005 to 235 in 2008, but this decline was not
statistically significant (table 4). Substantiated
incidents of abusive sexual contacts increased
significantly between 2005 and 2008, from 173
to 272. The increase in substantiated incidents of
staff sexual misconduct from 338 in 2005 to 361 in
2008 was not significant. Substantiated incidents of
staff sexual harassment did increase significantly,
from 48 in 2005 to 63 in 2008.

Table 3
National estimates of substantiated incidents of sexual victimization and rates per 1,000 inmates, by type of facility
2005–2008
Number of substantiated incidents
Rate per 1,000 inmates
Facility type
2008*
2007
2006
2005
2008*
2007
2006
2005
Total
931
1,001
967
885
0.40
0.40
0.43
0.40
Prisonsa
651
613
563**
524**
0.43
0.40
0.38**
0.36**
Public-federalb
21
14**
5**
41**
0.13
0.08**
0.03**
0.26**
Public-state
589
570**
549**
459**
0.47
0.46**
0.46**
0.39**
Jailsc
271
380
393
348
0.34
0.39
0.52
0.46
Other adult facilities
Indian country jailsd
2
6
7
10
^
2.22
^
^
Military-operated
5
1**
2**
2**
2.78
0.54**
1.08**
0.77**
ICE-operated
1
1
2**
1
0.08
0.15**
0.25**
0.15**
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
^Too few cases to provide a reliable rate.
Note: Detail may not sum to total due to rounding.
aIncludes federal, state, and private prisons.
bEstimates from 2006 are not comparable to those in 2005 due to a change in reporting.
cIncludes local and private jails.
dExcludes facilities housing juveniles only.

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Sexual Victimization Reported by Adult Correctional Authorities, 2007–2008

A greater percentage of allegations of
abusive sexual contacts and incidents
of staff sexual misconduct were
substantiated in local jails than in
prisons.
Administrators reported that 19% of alleged
abusive sexual contacts were substantiated,
as were 12% of alleged nonconsensual sexual
acts, 19% of alleged incidents of staff sexual
misconduct, and 5% of alleged incidents of staff
sexual harassment (table 5). The percentage of
substantiated allegations varied by type of facility.
Local jail administrators reported substantiating a
greater percentage of allegations of abusive sexual
contacts (24% in jails versus 17% in prisons).
Federal and state prison administrators reported
that a greater percentage of allegations of inmateon-inmate sexual victimization were found to be
unsubstantiated than local jail administrators.
In prisons, 63% of alleged nonconsensual sexual
acts and 61% of abusive sexual contacts were
unsubstantiated, while 41% of nonconsensual
sexual acts and 46% of abusive sexual contacts
in jails were unsubstantiated. The same was true
of incidents of staff sexual misconduct: 58% of
alleged incidents were found to be unsubstantiated
in prisons, compared to 39% in local jails.

Incident-level findings
For each substantiated incident of sexual
victimization, administrators were asked to fill out
a form that collected incident-level characteristics,
such as the age and sex of the victim, the number
of perpetrators, any injuries to the victim, the time
and location of the victimization, and sanctions
imposed on the perpetrator.
Table 4
National estimates of total substantiated incidents of
sexual victimization, by type of incident, 2005–2008
Incident type
2008* 2007 2006 2005
Total
931
1,001
967 885
Inmate-on-inmate
nonconsensual sexual acts
235
268
262 326
Inmate-on-inmate abusive
sexual contacts
272
218** 158** 173**
Staff sexual misconduct
361
452
471 338
Staff sexual harassment
63
63
70
48**
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
Note: Detail may not sum to total due to rounding.

Table 5
National estimates of outcomes of investigations into allegations of sexual violence, by type of facility, 2007-2008
Number of allegations
Percent by outcomea
All
Federal and
All
Federal and
facilitiesb state prisons Local jails facilitiesb state prisons* Local jails
Inmate-on-inmate nonconsensual sexual acts
4,764
3,260
1,291
100%
100%
100%
Substantiated
503
304
161
12
11
13
Unsubstantiated
2,416
1,800
504
57
63
41**
Unfounded
1,349
739
558
32
26
46**
Investigation ongoing
495
417
69
Inmate-on-inmate abusive sexual contacts
2,637
2,012
546
100%
100%
100%
Substantiated
490
347
132
19
17
24**
Unsubstantiated
1,508
1,209
250
58
61
46**
Unfounded
602
429
158
23
22
29
Investigation ongoing
36
27
7
Staff sexual misconduct
4,964
3,461
1,211
100%
100%
100%
Substantiated
814
454
285
19
15
25
Unsubstantiated
2,324
1,699
443
53
58
39**
Unfounded
1,230
785
416
28
27
36
Investigation ongoing
595
523
67
Staff sexual harassment
2,467
2,078
363
100%
100%
100%
Substantiated
126
89
33
5
4
9
Unsubstantiated
1,475
1,222
239
63
62
68
Unfounded
758
671
78
32
34
22
Investigation ongoing
108
96
12
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
Note: Detail may not sum to total due to missing information.
aPercents based on allegations for which investigations have been completed.
bIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

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Inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization
Females were disproportionately
victimized by inmates in state and
federal prisons and local jails.
Females represent 7% of sentenced prison inmates
but accounted for 21% of all victims of inmate-oninmate sexual victimization in federal and state
prisons1 (table 6). Similarly, females account for 13%
of inmates in local jails but 32% of all victims.2
Victims and perpetrators of
nonconsensual acts were more likely
to be younger than 25, compared to
victims and perpetrators of abusive
sexual contacts.
About 42% of victims of nonconsensual sexual
acts and 31% of perpetrators were younger than
25, compared to 33% of victims of abusive sexual
contacts and 21% of perpetrators.
A greater percentage of perpetrators in local jails
were younger than 25 compared to perpetrators
in prisons. Perpetrators of inmate-on-inmate
sexual victimization in local jails were more likely
to be under 25 (38%) than perpetrators in prisons
(17%). Perpetrators in prisons were more likely
than perpetrators in local jails to be ages 25-39
(48% in prisons compared to 39% in local jails)
and 40 or older (35% compared to 23%).
About 1 in 9 substantiated incidents of
inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization
were committed by more than one
perpetrator.
Approximately 12% of substantiated incidents
of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization were
committed by two or more perpetrators, but this
varied by facility and incident type. Two or more
perpetrators committed a greater percentage
of substantiated incidents in local jails (14%)
than in prisons (9%). In addition, two or more
perpetrators committed a greater percentage of
nonconsensual sexual acts (16%) than abusive
sexual contacts (7%).
See Prison Inmates at Midyear 2008—Statistical Tables, BJS
Web, 8 April 2009.
2
See Jail Inmates at Midyear 2008—Statistical Tables, BJS Web,
31 March 2009.
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About 1 in 5 incidents of inmate-oninmate sexual victimization resulted in a
victim injury.
Under a fifth (18%) of substantiated incidents of
inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization resulted
in an injury. There was no significant difference in
the percentage of incidents resulting in an injury
in prisons compared to local jails. There was a
difference by incident type: nonconsensual sexual
acts were significantly more likely to result in an
injury (28%) than abusive sexual contacts (8%).
Nonconsensual sexual acts were
more likely than abusive sexual
contacts to occur in the early morning
hours (midnight to 6 a.m.). Abusive
sexual contacts occurred more often
during the day (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.) than
nonconsensual sexual acts.
About 32% of nonconsensual sexual acts
occurred between midnight and 6 a.m.,
compared to 12% of abusive sexual contacts.
Roughly 22% of abusive sexual contacts occurred
between 6 a.m. and noon (compared to 17% of
nonconsensual sexual acts), and 36% occurred
between noon and 6 p.m. (compared to 24% of
nonconsensual sexual acts).
Solitary confinement was used most
often as a sanction against perpetrators of
inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization.
Solitary confinement was the most frequent
sanction imposed on perpetrators of inmate-oninmate sexual victimization, but the distribution
of sanctions imposed varied by facility and
incident type. Perpetrators of inmate-on-inmate
sexual victimization in local jails were more
likely to receive legal action (51%) than were
perpetrators in prisons (26%). These legal actions
included arrest (22% in jail compared to 3%
in prison) and referral for prosecution (34%
compared to 25%). Perpetrators of inmate-oninmate sexual victimization were also more likely
to be placed in a higher custody level within the
facility (33%) in local jails compared to prisons
(22%).

Sexual Victimization Reported by Adult Correctional Authorities, 2007–2008

Perpetrators of inmate-on-inmate sexual
victimization in prisons were more likely than
perpetrators in local jails to be placed in solitary
confinement (77% in prisons compared to 67%
in jails), transferred to another facility (23%
compared to 9%), receive a loss of good time or
increase in bad time (22% compared to 6%), and
confined to their cells (14% compared to 10%).

Sanctions were more severe for
nonconsensual sexual acts than for
abusive sexual contacts.
Perpetrators were subject to legal action for 41%
of nonconsensual sexual acts, compared to 23%
of abusive sexual contacts. They were referred
for prosecution for 36% of nonconsensual
sexual acts, compared to 17% of abusive sexual
contacts. About 32% of nonconsensual sexual

Table 6
National estimates of selected characteristics of substantiated incidents of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, by type of facility and incident,
2007-2008
Facility type
Incident type
Characteristic
Total percenta Federal and state prisons*
Local jails
Nonconsensual sexual acts* Abusive sexual contacts
Victim characteristics
Sex
Male
77%
79%
68%**
92%
62%**
Female
23
21
32**
8
38**
Age
Under 25
37%
35%
44%
42%
33%**
25-39
45
46
38
41
48**
40 or older
18
19
18
17
19
Perpetrator characteristics
Number of perpetrators
1
88%
91%
86%**
84%
93%**
2 or more
12
9
14**
16
7**
Sex
Male
82%
81%
80%
93%
70%**
Female
18
19
20
7
30**
Age
Under 25
26%
17%
38%**
31%
21%**
25-39
44
48
39**
41
47**
40 or older
30
35
23**
29
32
Incident characteristics
Victim injured
No
82%
83%
85%
72%
92%**
Yes
18
17
15
28
8**
Time of dayb
6 a.m. to noon
20%
22%
15%**
17%
22%**
Noon to 6 p.m.
30
34
23**
24
36**
6 p.m. to midnight
42
41
42
44
40
Midnight to 6 a.m.
22
19
29**
32
12**
Sanction imposedb
Solitary/disciplinary
72%
77%
67%**
69%
76%**
Legal actionc
32
26
51**
41
23**
Arrested
9
3
22**
10
8
Referred for prosecution
27
25
34**
36
17**
Confined to own cell/room
12
14
10**
11
13
Placed in higher custody within same facility
27
22
33**
32
21**
Loss of privileges
23
25
22
22
23
Transferred to another facility
22
23
9**
27
17**
Loss of good time/increase in bad time
17
22
6**
18
17
Other
14
15
12**
13
15**
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
Note: Sex and age are reported for at most two victims in multiple-victim incidents and at most two perpetrators in multiple-perpetrator incidents. Excludes victims with unknown sex or age.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
bDetail sums to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed for this item.
cIncludes “given new sentence.”

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acts resulted in the perpetrator being placed in a
higher custody level, compared to 21% of abusive
sexual contacts, and 27% of the more severe acts
resulted in the perpetrator being transferred to
another facility, compared to 17% of abusive
sexual contacts.

as through incriminating photos or notes (15%
compared to 8%).

Staff-on-inmate sexual victimization

The most common location for staff-on-inmate
sexual victimization was in a program service
area3 (38%), followed by a victim’s cell or room
(17%), another area (17%), outside of the facility
(12%), in a dormitory (10%), in a common area
(10%), and in a staff area (10%). Incidents of staff
sexual misconduct were more likely to occur in
a staff area (11%) or another area (18%) than
incidents of staff sexual harassment (6% and 10%,
respectively). Incidents of staff sexual harassment
were more likely to occur in a dormitory (14%)
or common area (14%) than incidents of staff
sexual misconduct (9% for both).

Females were disproportionately
victimized by staff in state and federal
prisons and local jails.
Following the same pattern as inmate-on-inmate
sexual victimization, females account for a
greater proportion of victims of staff-on-inmate
victimization than they do in the overall inmate
population. As previously stated, females account
for 7% of sentenced prison inmates, but represent
about a third of all victims of staff-on-inmate
sexual victimization in federal and state prisons
(32%) (table 7). Similarly, females represent only
13% of inmates in local jails but over half of all
victims of staff-on-inmate victimization (56%).
Females perpetrated the majority of
incidents of staff sexual misconduct,
while males perpetrated the majority of
incidents of staff sexual harassment.
About 61% of incidents of staff sexual
misconduct and 21% of incidents of staff sexual
harassment were perpetrated by females. Males
perpetrated 39% of incidents of staff sexual
misconduct and over three-quarters of incidents
of staff sexual harassment (79%).
Over half of incidents of staff sexual
harassment were reported by the victim.
In over half the incidents of staff sexual
harassment (58%), the victim reported the
incident to administrators, compared to 26%
of the incidents of staff sexual misconduct.
Incidents of staff sexual misconduct were more
likely than incidents of staff sexual harassment
to be reported by an individual other than the
victim, including another inmate (23% of staff
sexual misconduct compared to 13% of staff
sexual harassment), the family of the victim (29%
compared to 21%), or a correctional officer or
frontline staff (8% compared to 2%). Incidents
of staff sexual misconduct were also more likely
than incidents of staff sexual harassment to be
discovered during an unrelated investigation
(4% compared to 2%) or in some other way, such
8	

About 2 in 5 incidents of staff-on-inmate
sexual victimization occurred in a
program service area.

More incidents of staff sexual
victimization occurred during daytime
hours (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.) in federal and
state prisons than in jails.
More incidents of staff-on-inmate sexual
victimization occurred in federal and state
prisons either between 6 a.m. and noon (45%) or
noon and 6 p.m. (51%) than in local jails (21%
and 36%, respectively). More incidents of staff
sexual victimization occurred between 6 p.m. and
midnight in local jails (51%) than in federal and
state prisons (35%).
3Program service areas include the commissary, kitchen, storage area, laundry, cafeteria, workshop, and hallway.

To date, BJS has released the following reports
on inmate sexual victimization in adult
correctional facilities:

ƒƒ Sexual Victimization in Prisons and Jails
Reported by Inmates, 2008-09
(NCJ 231169)

ƒƒ Sexual Victimization in Local Jails Reported by
Inmates, 2007 (NCJ 221946)

ƒƒ Sexual Victimization in State and Federal
Prisons Reported by Inmates, 2007 (NCJ
219414)

ƒƒ Sexual Violence Reported by Correctional
Authorities, 2006 (NCJ 218914)

ƒƒ Sexual Violence Reported by Correctional
Authorities, 2005 (NCJ 214646)

ƒƒ Sexual Violence Reported by Correctional
Authorities, 2004 (NCJ 210333)

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Table 7
National estimates of selected characteristics of substantiated incidents of staff sexual misconduct and harassment, by type of facility and incident,
2007-2008
Facility type
Incident type
Federal and
Local
Staff sexual
Staff sexual
Total
state prisons*
jails
misconduct*
harassment
Characteristic
percenta
Victim characteristics
Sex
Male
63%
68%
44%**
65%
50%**
Female
37
32
56**
35
50**
Perpetrator characteristics
Sex
Male
44%
39%
63%**
39%
79%**
Female
56
61
37**
61
21**
Incident characteristics
Who reported the incidentb
Victim
31%
27%
43%**
26%
58%**
Another inmate (non-victim)
22
23
22
23
13**
Family of victim
28
31
22
29
21**
Correctional officer/frontline staff
7
7
3**
8
2**
Anonymous
4
5
4
4
3
Discovered during unrelated investigation
4
2
2
4
2**
Other
14
14
12
15
8**
Where occurredb
In victim’s cell/room
17%
13%
26%**
17%
16%
In a dormitory
10
9
11
9
14**
In a common area
10
11
10
9
14**
In a program service area
38
46
14**
37
41
Outside the facility
12
12
15
13
9
Staff area
10
11
5**
11
6**
Other
17
13
28
18
10**
Time of dayb
6 a.m. to noon
36%
45%
21%**
36%
38%
Noon to 6 p.m.
45
51
36**
45
45
6 p.m. to midnight
40
35
51**
41
29**
Midnight to 6 a.m.
23
19
28
24
16
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
Note: Sex and age are reported for at most two victims in multiple-victim incidents and at most two perpetrators in multiple-perpetrator incidents. Excludes victims with unknown sex or age.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
bDetail sums to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed for this item.

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Methodology

2008 survey closed prior to data collection:

Sampling
The sampling designs for the 2007 and 2008 SSV
surveys varied according to the different facilities
covered under PREA. The following designs were
used:

Federal and state prisons
In both 2007 and 2008, the survey included the
Federal Bureau of Prisons and all 50 state adult
prison systems. Prison administrators were
directed to report only on incidents of sexual
victimization that occurred within publicly
operated adult prison facilities and to exclude
incidents involving inmates held in local jails,
privately operated facilities, and facilities in other
jurisdictions.

Privately operated state and federal
prisons
In 2007, a sample of 42 privately operated state
and federal prison facilities was drawn to produce
a 10% sample of the 417 private prisons identified
by the 2005 Census of State and Federal Adult
Correctional Facilities. Facilities were sorted by
average daily population (ADP) in the 12-month
period ending June 30, 2005. Five facilities
with ADPs greater than 2,145 inmates were
selected with certainty because of their size.4 The
remaining facilities were sorted by region (i.e.,
Northeast, Midwest, South, or West), state, and
ADP, and 37 facilities were sampled systematically
with probability proportional to their size.5 (See
“National estimates and accuracy,” page 11.)
In 2008, BJS increased the sample from 42 to
85 privately operated prison facilities with the
intention of increasing the precision of private
prison estimates. As in 2007, facilities were
ranked by ADP in the 12-month period ending
June 30, 2005. The 33 facilities with an ADP of at
least 1,000 inmates were included with certainty
in the 2008 SSV. The remaining facilities were
sorted by region, state, and ADP, and 52 facilities
were sampled systematically with probability
proportional to their size.
Three privately operated prisons selected for the
4These facilities were given a 100% chance of selection in each
sample because of their size.
5The chance of selection was directly related to the size of the
facility (i.e., within each stratum, facilities with larger ADPs
had a greater chance of selection than facilities with smaller
ADPs).
6Six states have combined jail-prison systems: Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

10	

•	 Pacific Furlough Facility, CA
•	 Horizon Center Community Corrections
Center, NY

•	 Community Residential Treatment
Services, OH.

Public jails
In 2007, a sample of 500 publicly operated jail
facilities was selected based on data reported
in the 2005 Census of Jail Inmates. First, the
third-largest jail jurisdiction in 44 states and
the District of Columbia was selected.6 This
minimized overlap with the 2005 and 2006
studies, in which the largest and second-largest
jurisdictions in those states were chosen with
certainty. An additional 132 jail jurisdictions
with ADPs greater than or equal to 1,000 inmates
were also selected with certainty. The remaining
2,745 jail jurisdictions on the frame were then
grouped into three strata. The first stratum
contained 1,527 jails with an ADP of 79 or fewer
inmates, the second stratum included 796 jails
with an ADP of 80 to 253 inmates, and the third
stratum included 422 jails with an ADP of 254
to 999 inmates. Jail jurisdictions in these three
strata were sorted by region, state, and ADP
and selected systematically with probability
proportional to size, resulting in 72 selections
from stratum one, 85 from stratum two, and 165
from stratum three.
Of the 500 selected jail jurisdictions, two did not
respond to the survey:

•	 Marion-Walthall County Regional
Correctional Facility, MS

•	 Desoto County Jail, MS.

Three jail jurisdictions selected for the 2007 survey
closed prior to data collection:

•	 Haskell County Jail, TX
•	 Galena City Jail, KS
•	 Montevallo City Jail, AL.

In 2008, a sample of 500 publicly-operated jail
facilities was selected based on data reported in
the 2007 Deaths in Custody Annual Summary on
Inmates under Jail Supervision. First, the largest
jail jurisdiction in 44 states and the District of
Columbia was selected to minimize overlap
with the 2006 and 2007 studies, in which the
second- and third-largest jurisdictions were
chosen with certainty, respectively. Another 130
jail jurisdictions with ADPs greater than or equal
to 1,000 inmates were selected with certainty. The
remaining 2,707 jail jurisdictions on the frame
were then grouped into three strata. The first

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stratum contained 1,483 jails with an ADP of 84
or fewer inmates, the second stratum included 792
jails with an ADP of 85 to 263 inmates, and the
third stratum included 432 jails with an ADP of
264 to 999 inmates. As in 2007, jail jurisdictions in
these three strata were sorted by region, state, and
ADP and selected systematically with probability
proportional to their size, resulting in 63 selections
from stratum one, 70 from stratum two, and 191
from stratum three.
Of the 500 selected jail jurisdictions, 6 did not
respond to the survey:

•	 St. Clair County Jail, AL
•	 Welsh City Jail, LA
•	 Anson County Jail, NC
•	 Northumberland County Department of
Corrections, PA

•	 Hudspeth County Jail, TX
•	 Marathon County Adult Detention, WI.

Two selected jail jurisdictions closed in 2008:

•	 Tyrrell County Jail, NC
•	 Trenton City Jail, MO.
Private jails
In 2007, a sample of 5 privately operated jails
was selected based on data reported in the 2005
Census of Jail Inmates. The 42 private facilities on
the sampling frame were sorted by region, state,
and ADP, and 5 jails were systematically sampled
with probability proportional to size.
In 2008, a sample of 5 privately operated jails
was selected based on data reported in the
2007 Deaths in Custody Annual Summary on
Inmates under Jail Supervision. Like 2007, the
41 private facilities on the sampling frame were
sorted by region, state, and ADP, and 5 jails
were systematically sampled with probability
proportional to size.

Other correctional facilities
Three additional censuses of other correctional
facilities were drawn to represent—

•	 all adult jails in Indian country in 20077
•	 all facilities operated by the U.S. Air Force,
U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Marines in
the continental United States
•	 all facilities operated by ICE.
7A sample of 15 of the 63 adult jails in Indian country was

taken in 2008 rather than a census.

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Of the 66 other correctional facilities surveyed in
2007, seven did not respond to the survey:

•	 Fort Peck Police Department and Adult
Detention, MT

•	 Standing Rock Law Enforcement and
Adult Detention, ND

•	 Turtle Mountain Law Enforcement and
Adult Detention, ND

•	 Laguna Tribal Police and Detention Center,
NM

•	 Eastern Nevada Law Enforcement and
Adult Detention, NV

•	 Sisseton-Wahpeton Law Enforcement and
Adult Detention, SD

•	 ICE—Port Isabel Service Processing Center,

TX.
Five of the 74 other correctional facilities
surveyed in 2008 did not respond to the survey:

•	 Navajo Department of Corrections, Tuba
City, AZ

•	 ICE—Krome Service Processing Center, FL
•	 ICE—LaSalle Detention Facility, LA
•	 Blackfeet Adult Detention Center, MT
•	 ICE—Aguadilla Service Processing Center,

Puerto Rico.
Two other correctional facilities sampled for the
2007 survey closed prior to data collection:

•	 ICE—San Pedro Processing Center, CA
•	 Pine Ridge Police Department and Adult

Detention, SD.
One other correctional facility sampled for the
2008 survey closed prior to data collection:

•	 ICE—San Pedro Processing Center, CA.
Data for each correctional system and sampled
facility are displayed in appendix tables 19-30.
In each table, a measure of population size has
been included to provide a basis for comparing
victimization counts.
Reports of sexual victimization
Since BJS first developed uniform definitions of
sexual victimization, correctional administrators
have significantly enhanced their abilities to report
uniform data on sexual victimization. In 2008,
administrators in 46 state prison systems were
able to report incidents of abusive sexual contacts
separately from nonconsensual sexual acts. This
was an increase of 4 systems since 2006. One
state limited counts of nonconsensual sexual acts
to substantiated incidents, and one state limited
counts of nonconsensual sexual acts to completed
(versus attempted and completed) acts. The
majority of state prison systems were able to report
data on staff sexual misconduct using survey
definitions. Three systems were unable to separate
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staff sexual harassment from misconduct, and
one system did not track incidents of staff sexual
harassment in a central database.
Public jail administrators were less likely
than prison administrators to report sexual
victimization based on the definitions provided.
About a quarter of public jail jurisdictions did
not record abusive sexual contacts separately
from the more serious nonconsensual sexual
acts in 2008. This is an improvement over
the 2006 SSV, in which a third of public jail
jurisdictions did not record this information.
Ten public jail jurisdictions did not record
allegations of abusive sexual contacts, 12
based counts of nonconsensual sexual acts on
completed acts only, and 15 based counts of
nonconsensual sexual acts on substantiated
allegations only. Finally, 5 public jail
jurisdictions did not keep records on allegations
of nonconsensual sexual acts.

by treating each facility-level sample as its own
stratum (or multiple strata in the case of the
public jail sample), for a total of 10 strata in 2007
and 10 strata in 2008.
The 2007 and 2008 incident report data files
were combined and treated as one data file. The
sampling information for each year was retained
by treating each facility-level sample as its own
stratum (or multiple strata in the case of the
public jail samples), for a total of 19 strata across
both years. A finite population correction was
utilized for both summary- and incident-level
estimation.

Published estimates are not adjusted to account for
systems and facilities that were unable to meet BJS
reporting standards. However, these systems and
facilities are footnoted in appendix tables 19-30.

Estimates of the standard errors are included in
appendix tables 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18.
These standard errors may be used to construct
confidence intervals around survey estimates
(e.g., numbers, rates, and percentages), as well
as differences between these estimates. For
example, the 95% confidence interval around the
percentage of male victims of inmate-on-inmate
sexual victimization is approximately 77% plus
or minus 1.96 times 1.2% resulting in a 95%
confidence interval of 74.6% to 79.4%.

National estimates and accuracy

Tests of statistical significance

Survey responses were weighted to produce
national estimates by type of correctional facility.
Data from the Federal Bureau of Prisons, all state
systems, 2008 jails in Indian country, military
facilities, and ICE facilities received a weight of
1.00, since these systems and facilities were all
selected with certainty.

To facilitate the analysis, rather than provide
the detailed estimates for every standard error,
differences in the estimates of sexual victimization
for subgroups in these tables have been tested for
significance at the 95% level of confidence. For
example, the difference in the total number of
incidents of sexual victimization in 2005 (6,241
incidents) compared to 2008 (7,444), is statistically
significant at the 95% level of confidence (table
1). In all tables providing detailed comparisons,
statistical differences at the 95% level of confidence
have been designated with two asterisks (**). The
comparison group has been designated with one
asterisk (*).

Among public jails, private jails, private prisons, and
2007 jails in Indian country, facilities were assigned
a weight equal to the inverse of their probability
of selection. Estimates for responding public
jail jurisdictions were adjusted for nonresponse
by multiplying each estimate by the ratio of the
total ADP in all jurisdictions within the jail’s
sampling stratum to the ADP among participating
jurisdictions within the jail’s sampling stratum.
Survey estimates for public jails, private jails, and
private prisons are subject to sampling error. The
estimated sampling error varies by the size of the
estimate and the size of the base population.
Estimated standard errors were calculated using
SUDAAN.8 For summary statistics, the 2007
and 2008 data files were treated separately. For
each file, the sampling information was retained

Appendix tables
Appendix tables 1-6 have more detailed
information on characteristics of inmate-oninmate incidents. Characteristics of staff-oninmate sexual victimization are described in table
5 and appendix tables 7-18. Detailed tabulations
of the survey results by system and sampled
facility are presented in appendix tables 19–30.
All appendix tables are available on the BJS
website at http://bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov/content/pub/
pdf/svraca0708.pdf.

8See Research Triangle Institute (2008). SUDAAN Language

Manual Release 10.0. Research Triangle Park, NC.

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Appendix Table 1
National estimates of the characteristics of victims and perpetrators in substantiated incidents of inmate-on-inmate
sexual victimization, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Facility type
Incident type
Federal and
Nonconsensual
Abusive sexual
state prisons*
Local jails
sexual acts*
contacts
Characteristic
Total percenta
Victim characteristics
Number of victims
1
96%
96%
97%**
97%
95%**
2 or more
4
4
3**
3
5**
Sex
Male
77%
79%
68%**
92%
62%**
Female
23
21
32**
8
38**
Age
Under 25
37%
35%
44%
42%
33%**
25-39
45
46
38
41
48**
40 or older
18
19
18
17
19
Race/Hispanic origin
White, Non-Hispanic
73%
75%
69%
73%
73%
Black, Non-Hispanic
17
17
17
15
18
Hispanic
8
5
14**
8
8
Other, Non-Hispanicb
3
3
1**
3
2**
Perpetrator characteristics
Number of perpetrators
1
88%
91%
86%**
84%
93%**
2 or more
12
9
14**
16
7**
Sex
Male
82%
81%
80%
93%
70%**
Female
18
19
20
7
30**
Age
Under 25
26%
17%
38%**
31%
21%**
25-39
44
48
39**
41
47**
40 or older
30
35
23**
29
32
Race/Hispanic origin
White, Non-Hispanic
42%
46%
33%**
39%
46%
Black, Non-Hispanic
45
44
47
47
44
Hispanic
9
6
16**
9
8
Other, Non-Hispanicb
4
4
4
5
3**
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
Note: Sex, age, and race/Hispanic origin are reported for at most two victims in multiple-victim incidents and at most two perpetrators in multiple-perpetrator
incidents. Excludes victims with unknown sex, age, race, or Hispanic origin.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
bIncludes American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Other Pacific Islanders.

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Appendix Table 2
Standard errors for appendix table 1: National estimates of the characteristics of victims and perpetrators in
substantiated incidents of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Incident type
Nonconsensual
Abusive sexual
Characteristic
Total percent
Local jails
sexual acts
contacts
Victim characteristics
Number of victims
1
0.1%
0.2%
0.1%
0.2%
2 or more
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.2
Sex
Male
1.2%
4.2%
0.7%
1.7%
Female
1.2
4.2
0.7
1.7
Age
Under 25
1.4%
4.5%
2.5%
1.3%
25-39
1.5
4.4
2.8
1.5
40 or older
1.2
4.1
1.1
1.9
Race/Hispanic origin
White, non-Hispanic
1.0%
3.0%
1.5%
1.2%
Black, non-Hispanic
0.7
2.4
1.0
1.0
Hispanic
0.5
1.6
0.8
0.7
Other, non-Hispanic
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.4
Perpetrator characteristics
Number of perpetrators
1
1.5%
2.1%
2.9%
0.7%
2 or more
1.5
2.1
2.9
0.7
Sex
Male
0.7%
2.2%
0.7%
1.3%
Female
0.7
2.2
0.7
1.3
Age
Under 25
2.0%
4.7%
3.3%
1.1%
25-39
1.2
2.7
2.1
1.6
40 or older
1.4
4.2
1.5
1.8
Race/Hispanic origin
White, Non-Hispanic
1.8%
4.6%
2.8%
1.5%
Black, Non-Hispanic
1.8
4.7
2.7
1.7
Hispanic
0.5
1.7
0.8
0.8
Other, Non-Hispanic
0.2
0.9
0.5
0.1
Note: All facilities operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and state prison systems were included in the survey and therefore do not have standard errors.

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Appendix Table 3
National estimates of the circumstances surrounding substantiated incidents of inmate-on-inmate sexual
victimization, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Facility type
Incident type
Federal and
Nonconsensual
Abusive
Circumstance
Total percenta state prisons*
Local jails
sexual acts*
sexual contacts
Type of pressure or forceb
None
31%
33%
32%
14%
48%**
Force/threat of forcec
46
43
47
66
26**
Persuasion or talked into it
15
17
10**
20
9**
21
20
23
20
21
Otherd
Victim injured
No
82%
83%
85%
72%
92%**
Yes
18
17
15
28
8**
Where occurredb
In victim’s cell/room
47%
49%
42%**
57%
37%**
In a dormitory
12
10
19
11
13
In a common area
23
23
26
16
29**
In a program service area
10
11
8
4
16**
Other arease
15
13
14
17
13
Time of dayb
6 a.m. to noon
20%
22%
15%**
17%
22%**
Noon to 6 p.m.
30
34
23**
24
36**
6 p.m. to midnight
42
41
42
44
40
Midnight to 6 a.m.
22
19
29**
32
12**
Who reported the incidentb
Victim
70%
66%
77%**
71%
68%
Another inmate
13
13
12
14
11
Correctional officer
21
23
16**
19
22
Otherf
7
6
9
7
6
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
bDetail sums to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed for this item.
cIncludes “threatened with physical harm,”“physically held down or restrained in some way,”“physically harmed or injured,” and “threatened with a weapon.”
dIncludes “bribery or blackmail,”“gave victim drugs or alcohol,”“offered protection from other inmates,” and “other.”
eIncludes “in the perpetrator’s cell/room,”“in a temporary holding cell within the facility,”“outside the facility,”“while in transit,” and “other.”
fIncludes “family of victim,”“administrative staff, “medical/healthcare staff,”“instructor/teacher,”“counselor,”“chaplain or other religious official,” and “other.”

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Appendix Table 4
Standard errors for appendix table 3: National estimates of the circumstances surrounding substantiated incidents
of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Incident type
Nonconsensual
Abusive
Circumstance
Total percent
Local jails
sexual acts
sexual contacts
Type of pressure or force
None
1.4%
4.6%
1.1%
1.7%
Force/threat of force
1.6
4.8
2.5
1.2
Persuasion or talked into it
0.5
1.5
1.2
0.4
Other
1.4
4.9
2.5
1.1
Victim injured
No
1.5%
1.9%
2.7%
0.5%
Yes
1.5
1.9
2.7
0.5
Where occurred
In victim’s cell/room
1.3%
3.4%
2.8%
1.4%
In a dormitory
1.3
4.5
2.4
1.0
In a common area
1.3
4.6
2.4
1.2
In a program service area
1.1
4.1
0.2
2.0
Other areas
1.5
1.9
2.9
0.9
Time of day
6 a.m. to noon
0.8%
2.5%
1.2%
1.2%
Noon to 6 p.m.
1.0
2.7
1.5
1.4
6 p.m. to midnight
1.7
5.0
3.0
1.8
Midnight to 6 a.m.
1.5
5.0
2.6
0.9
Who reported the incident
Victim
1.0%
2.6%
1.6%
1.3%
Another inmate
0.7
2.1
1.1
0.9
Correctional officer
0.8
2.0
1.4
1.0
Other
0.5
1.9
0.7
0.8
Note: All facilities operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and state prison systems were included in the survey and therefore do not have standard errors.

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Appendix Table 5
National estimates of the sanctions imposed on perpetrators of substantiated incidents of inmate-on-inmate
sexual victimization, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Facility type
Incident type
Federal and
Nonconsensual
Abusive
Sanction
Total percenta
state prisons* Local jails
sexual acts*
sexual contacts
Solitary/disciplinary
72%
77%
67%**
69%
76%**
32
26
51**
41
23**
Legal actionb
Arrested
9
3
22**
10
8
Referred for prosecution
27
25
34**
36
17**
Confined to own cell/room
12
14
10**
11
13
Placed in higher custody within same facility
27
22
33**
32
21**
Loss of privileges
23
25
22
22
23
Transferred to another facility
22
23
9**
27
17**
Loss of good time/increase in bad time
17
22
6**
18
17
Otherc
14
15
12**
13
15**
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
Note: Detail sums to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed for this item.
a Includes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
bIncludes “given new sentence.”
cIncludes “given extra work” and “other.”

Appendix Table 6
Standard errors for appendix table 5: National estimates of the sanctions imposed on perpetrators of substantiated
incidents of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Incident type
Nonconsensual
Abusive
Sanction
Total percent
Local jails
sexual acts
sexual contacts
Solitary/disciplinary
1.9%
4.4%
3.4%
1.0%
Legal action
1.5
4.5
2.6
2.0
Arrested
1.2
4.3
1.1
2.2
Referred for prosecution
1.4
4.3
2.5
1.0
Confined to own cell/room
0.6
1.8
0.8
0.9
Placed in higher custody within same facility
1.6
2.0
3.1
1.9
Loss of privileges
1.3
4.3
2.2
1.1
Transferred to another facility
1.9
3.9
2.9
1.9
Loss of good time/increase in bad time
0.6
1.1
1.2
0.4
Other
0.4
1.1
0.9
0.4
Note: All facilities operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and state prison systems were included in the survey and therefore do not have standard errors.

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Appendix Table 7
National estimates of the characteristics of substantiated incidents of staff sexual misconduct and harassment, by
type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Facility type
Federal and
state prisons*
Local jails
Characteristic
Total percenta
Nature of the incidentb
Sexual relationship that “appeared to be willing”
62%
68%
45%**
Sexual harassment or repeated verbal statements of a sexual nature
18
19
20
Unwanted touching
8
7
9
Indecent exposure, invasion of privacy, or voyeurism for sexual gratification
4
3
5
Pressure or abuse of power resulting in a nonconsensual act
6
7
5
Physical force resulting in a sexual act
1
1
2**
Other
10
7
19**
Unknown level of coercion
3
3
3
Number of staff involved
1
96%
98%
95%
2 or more
4
2
5
Number of victims
1
91%
92%
91%
2 or more
9
8
9
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
bDetail sums to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed for this item.

Appendix Table 8
Standard errors for appendix table 7: National estimates of the characteristics of substantiated incidents of staff
sexual misconduct and harassment, by type of facility and incident , 2007–2008
Characteristic
Total percent
Local jails
Nature of the incident
Sexual relationship that “appeared to be willing”
2.7%
7.8%
Sexual harassment or repeated verbal statements of a sexual nature
2.2
7.1
Unwanted touching
1.3
4.3
Indecent exposure, invasion of privacy or voyeurism for sexual gratification
0.6
1.6
Pressure or abuse of power resulting in a nonconsensual act
0.4
1.1
Physical force resulting in a sexual act
^
0.2
Other
1.6
5.7
Unknown level of coercion
0.4
1.2
Number of staff involved
1
1.3%
2.0%
2 or more
1.3
2.0
Number of victims
1
1.2%
1.9%
2 or more
1.2
1.9
^Less than 0.05.
Note: All facilities operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and state prison systems were included in the survey and therefore do not have standard errors.

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Appendix Table 9
National estimates of circumstances surrounding substantiated incidents of staff sexual misconduct and harassment, by type of facility and incident,
2007–2008
Facility type
Incident type
Circumstance
Total percenta Federal and state prisons*
Local jails
Staff sexual misconduct*
Staff sexual harassment
Who reported the incident
Victim
31%
27%
43%**
26%
58%**
Another inmate (non-victim)
22
23
22
23
13**
Family of victim
28
31
22
29
21**
Correctional officer/front line staff
7
7
3**
8
2**
Anonymous
4
5
4
4
3
Discovered during unrelated investigation
4
2
2
4
2**
Other
14
14
12
15
8**
Where occurred
In victim’s cell/room
17%
13%
26%**
17%
16%
In a dormitory
10
9
11
9
14**
In a common area
10
11
10
9
14**
In a program service area
38
46
14**
37
41
Outside the facility
12
12
15
13
9
Staff area
10
11
5**
11
6**
Other
17
13
28
18
10**
Time of day
6 a.m. to noon
36%
45%
21%**
36%
38%
Noon to 6 p.m.
45
51
36**
45
45
6 p.m. to midnight
40
35
51**
41
29**
Midnight to 6 a.m.
23
19
28
24
16
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
Note: Detail sums to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed for each item.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Appendix Table 10
Standard errors for appendix table 9: National estimates of the circumstances surrounding substantiated incidents
of staff sexual misconduct and harassment, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Incident type
Staff sexual
Staff sexual
Circumstance
Total percent
Local jails
misconduct
harassment
Who reported the incident
Victim
2.7%
7.7%
3.2%
2.6%
Another inmate (non-victim)
1.8
5.8
2.0
1.9
Family of victim
2.0
6.0
2.3
2.0
Correctional officer/front line staff
1.2
0.9
1.4
0.1
Anonymous
0.5
1.8
0.5
2.0
Discovered during unrelated investigation
0.6
1.0
0.7
0.1
Other
1.7
4.1
1.9
1.3
Where occurred
In victim’s cell/room
1.8%
6.2%
2.1%
1.9%
In a dormitory
1.4
4.5
1.6
1.3
In a common area
1.3
4.4
1.5
1.7
In a program service area
1.7
2.4
1.9
2.2
Outside the facility
1.4
4.6
1.5
2.6
Staff area
0.8
1.5
0.9
0.3
Other
2.7
8.3
3.1
1.9
Time of day
6 a.m. to noon
1.4%
3.4%
1.6%
2.1%
Noon to 6 p.m.
1.8
5.8
2.1
2.7
6 p.m. to midnight
2.2
6.8
2.5
2.7
Midnight to 6 a.m.
2.2
6.7
2.6
2.8
Note: All facilities operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and state prison systems were included in the survey and therefore do not have standard errors.

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Appendix Table 11
National estimates of the characteristics of victims of staff sexual misconduct and harassment, by type of facility
and incident, 2007–2008
Facility type
Incident type
Federal and
Staff sexual
Staff sexual
Characteristic
Total percenta
state prisons*
Local jails
misconduct*
harassment
Sex
Male
63%
68%
44%**
65%
50%**
Female
37
32
56**
35
50**
Age
Under 18
^%
^%
0%**
^%
0%**
18-24
19
13
29**
20
19
25-29
26
24
30
27
24
30-34
25
24
27
27
16**
35-39
16
20
8**
15
21**
40-44
9
12
4**
8
14**
45 or older
4
5
2**
3
7**
Race/Hispanic originb
White, non-Hispanic
55%
55%
68%**
53%
63%**
Black, non-Hispanic
33
34
27
35
26**
Hispanic
10
8
8
11
8
3
3
1**
3
3
Otherc
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
^Less than 0.5.
Note: Sex, age, and race/Hispanic origin are reported for at most two victims in multiple-victim incidents. Excludes victims with unknown sex, age, and/or race/
Hispanic origin.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
bDetail sums to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed for this item.
cIncludes American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Other Pacific Islanders.

Appendix Table 12
Standard errors for appendix table 11: National estimates of the characteristics of victims of staff sexual misconduct
and harassment, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Incident type
Characteristic
Total percent
Local jails
Staff sexual misconduct Staff sexual harassment
Sex
Male
2.4%
7.0%
2.8%
2.3%
Female
2.4
7.0
2.8
2.3
Age
Under 18
0.2%
0.0%
0.2%
0.0%
18-24
2.5
7.5
2.9
2.5
25-29
1.9
5.8
2.2
2.1
30-34
2.1
6.6
2.5
0.9
35-39
0.8
1.6
0.9
1.8
40-44
0.4
0.9
0.5
0.6
45 or older
0.3
0.8
0.2
1.5
Race/Hispanic origin
White, non-Hispanic
2.0%
5.2%
2.4%
1.9%
Black, non-Hispanic
1.8
4.8
2.1
1.2
Hispanic
1.1
1.9
1.3
1.8
Other
0.2
0.1
0.3
0.1
Note: All facilities operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and state prison systems were included in the survey and therefore do not have standard errors.

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Appendix Table 13
National estimates of the characteristics of staff involved in staff sexual misconduct and harassment, by type of
facility and incident, 2007-2008
Facility type
Incident type
Federal and
Staff sexual
Staff sexual
Characteristic
Total percenta
state prisons*
Local jails
misconduct*
harassment
Sex
Male
44%
39%
63%**
39%
79%**
Female
56
61
37**
61
21**
Age
24 or younger
8%
6%
7%
8%
3%**
25-29
19
17
25
20
13**
30-34
15
17
10**
15
15
35-39
18
17
23
18
17
40-44
14
14
12
15
10**
45-54
21
21
22
19
28**
55 or older
5
7
2**
4
13**
Race/Hispanic origin
White, non-Hispanic
63%
68%
55%
62%
69%
Black, non-Hispanic
24
20
29
26
13**
Hispanic
9
6
16
9
12
4
6
0**
3
6**
Otherb
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
Note: Sex, age, and race/Hispanic origin are reported for at most two perpetrators in multiple-perpetrator incidents. Excludes perpetrators with unknown sex, age, and/
or race/Hispanic origin.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
bIncludes American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Other Pacific Islanders.

Appendix Table 14
Standard errors for appendix table 13: National estimates of the characteristics of staff involved in staff sexual
misconduct and harassment, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Incident type
Characteristic
Total percent
Local jails
Staff sexual misconduct
Staff sexual harassment
Sex
Male
2.4%
6.4%
2.9%
2.1%
Female
2.4
6.4
2.9
2.1
Age
24 or younger
1.4%
4.0%
1.6%
0.2%
25-29
2.1
6.1
2.5
2.6
30-34
1.4
2.3
1.6
2.0
35-39
1.3
4.4
1.5
1.7
40-44
1.8
4.1
2.1
0.5
45-54
2.4
7.8
2.8
3.1
55 or older
0.2
0.4
0.2
1.0
Race/Hispanic origin
White, non-Hispanic
2.7%
7.8%
3.1%
2.8%
Black, non-Hispanic
2.3
6.6
2.7
0.7
Hispanic
2.3
7.2
2.7
3.1
Other
0.1
0.0
0.1
0.3
Note: All facilities operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and state prison systems were included in the survey and therefore do not have standard errors.

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Appendix Table 15
National estimates of the type and position of staff involved in staff sexual misconduct and harassment, by type of
facility and incident, 2007–2008
Facility type
Incident type
Federal and
Staff sexual
Staff sexual
Characteristic
Total percenta
state prisons*
Local jails
misconduct*
harassment
Type of staff involved
Full/part-time employee
86%
83%
93%**
86%
87%
Contract employee/vendor
13
16
5**
13
9**
Volunteer/intern
1
1
1
^
3
Other
2
1
1
2
2
Position of staff involved
Administrator
2%
1%
5%
2%
4%
Correctional officer
65
55
82**
66
61
Clerical
2
3
2
3
0**
Maintenance or other facility support
13
17
6**
13
18**
Medical or other health care
10
12
4**
10
7**
Education staff
3
4
0**
2
4**
Other program staff
3
5
1**
3
5**
Other
4
5
3**
3
9**
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
^Less than 0.5.
Note: Detail sums to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed for each item.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Appendix Table 16
Standard errors for appendix table 15: National estimates of the type and position of staff involved in staff sexual
misconduct and harassment, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Incident type
Characteristic
Total percent
Local jails
Staff sexual misconduct
Staff sexual harassment
Type of staff involved
Full/part-time employee
0.7%
1.4%
0.7%
2.4%
Contract employee/vendor
0.6
1.0
0.7
1.7
Volunteer/intern
0.3
1.0
0.0
2.0
Other
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
Position of staff involved
Administrator
1.1%
3.8%
1.3%
1.7%
Correctional officer
1.8
4.5
2.0
2.4
Clerical
0.3
0.9
0.3
0.0
Maintenance or other facility support
0.6
1.4
0.6
1.7
Medical or other health care
0.5
1.0
0.6
0.4
Education staff
0.1
0.0
0.1
0.2
Other program staff
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
Other
0.3
1.0
0.1
1.9
Note: All facilities operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and state prison systems were included in the survey and therefore do not have standard errors.

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Appendix Table 17
National estimates of the impact on inmate and staff in substantiated incidents of staff sexual misconduct and harassment, by type of facility and
incident, 2007–2008
Facility type
Incident type
Impact
Total percenta Federal and state prisons*
Local jails
Staff sexual misconduct* Staff sexual harassment
Victim injured
No
100%
99%
100%**
100%
99%**
Yes
^
1
0**
^
1**
Medical follow-up for victimb
Given medical examination
10%
11%
4%**
12%
1%**
Administered rape kit
1
2
^**
2
0**
Tested for HIV/AIDS
2
3
2
3
0**
Tested for other STDs
2
3
2
3
0**
Provided counseling or mental health treatment
15
20
5**
17
5**
None of the above
80
74
94**
77
95**
Change in housing/custody for victimb
Placed in administrative segregation or protective custody
25%
24%
14%**
28%
4%**
Placed in medical unit, ward, or hospital
1
1
1
1
0**
Confined to own cell/room
2
1
^**
2
0**
Given higher level of custody in facility
2
2
0**
2
0**
Transferred to another facility
19
20
22
22
3**
Other
10
14
6**
10
9**
None of the above
51
49
65**
46
85**
Sanction imposed on staffb
Legal action
45%
44%
42%
51%
9%**
Arrested
20
13
30**
23
2**
Referred for prosecution
37
41
31
42
7**
Convicted/charged/indicted
3
3
2
3
0**
Loss of job
79
78
88**
85
44**
Discharged
37
31
50**
40
23**
Staff resigned (prior to investigation)
30
34
28
32
16**
Staff resigned (after investigation)
13
15
10
14
6**
Other sanction
21
26
14**
15
60**
Reprimanded/disciplined
12
12
13
6
43**
12
17
4**
10
24**
Otherc
*Comparison group.
**Difference with comparison group is significant at the 95% confidence level.
^Less than 0.5.
aIncludes private prisons and jails, jails in Indian country, and facilities operated by the U.S. military and Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE).
bDetail sums to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed.
cIncludes “demoted/diminished responsibilities,”“transferred to another facility,” and “other.”

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Appendix Table 18
Standard errors for appendix table 17: National estimates of the impact on inmate and staff in substantiated
incidents of staff sexual misconduct and harassment, by type of facility and incident, 2007–2008
Incident type
Staff sexual
Staff sexual
Impact
Total percent Local jails
misconduct
harassment
Victim injured
No
^%
0.0%
^%
^%
Yes
^
0.0
^
^
Medical follow-up for victim
Given medical examination
1.2%
1.0%
1.4%
0.0%
Administered rape kit
0.1
^
0.1
0.0
Tested for HIV/AIDS
0.3
0.9
0.3
0.0
Tested for other STDs
0.3
0.9
0.3
0.0
Provided counseling or mental health treatment
0.6
1.0
0.8
1.3
None of the above
1.3
1.1
1.5
1.2
Change in housing/custody for victim
Placed in administrative segregation or protective custody
1.9%
5.0%
2.1%
0.2%
Placed in medical unit, ward, or hospital
^
0.1
^
0.0
Confined to own cell/room
0.4
^
0.4
0.0
Given higher level of custody in facility
0.1
0.0
0.1
0.0
Transferred to another facility
2.0
6.7
2.4
0.2
Other
0.4
0.6
0.4
0.4
None of the above
2.3
6.9
2.7
0.7
Sanction imposed on staff
Legal action
2.5%
7.6%
2.9%
0.4%
Arrested
2.5
7.2
2.9
0.1
Referred for prosecution
2.3
7.2
2.8
0.4
Convicted/charged/indicted
0.3
0.9
0.4
0.0
Loss of job
1.5
2.4
1.8
2.6
Discharged
2.7
7.9
3.0
2.8
Staff resigned (prior to investigation)
2.2
6.9
2.5
1.9
Staff resigned (after investigation)
1.3
4.0
1.5
0.3
Other sanction
1.4
4.6
1.6
2.7
Reprimanded/disciplined
1.4
4.6
1.6
2.4
Other
0.5
0.9
0.5
1.5
^Less than 0.5.
Note: All facilities operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and state prison systems were included in the survey and therefore do not have standard errors.

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Appendix Table 19
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by federal and state prison authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007–2008
2008
2007
Reported
Reported
Reported
Reported
inmate-on-inmate
inmate-on-inmate
inmate-on-inmate
inmate-on-inmate
Prisoners in
nonconsensual sexual acts
abusive sexual contacts
nonconsensual sexual acts
abusive sexual contacts
custody,
6/30/2008a
Jurisdiction
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Total
1,405,074
1,577
136
1,105
193
1,683
168
907
154
Federal
165,690
74
1
30
2
19
0
9
0
State
Alabamab
24,861
47
1
4
0
11
0
/
/
3,796
0
0
/
/
0
0
/
/
Alaskab,c
Arizona
31,345
58
1
19
1
63
0
26
1
Arkansas
13,235
5
2
11
5
13
5
10
4
California
169,532
113
4
31
7
117
6
12
2
Colorado
17,720
31
7
13
2
50
13
34
6
Connecticut
20,590
27
2
22
0
22
2
16
0
Delaware
7,200
1
0
0
0
4
0
2
0
Florida
89,102
148
0
31
0
171
0
31
0
Georgiab,c
48,870
68
0
/
/
70
1
/
/
Hawaiic
3,398
6
1
/
/
1
1
0
0
Idaho
5,387
2
2
3
2
1
1
5
5
Illinois
45,548
17
2
2
0
29
2
7
1
Indiana
23,762
25
2
13
0
19
1
11
1
Iowa
8,740
26
7
58
16
31
10
58
16
Kansas
8,653
31
1
21
3
28
1
18
2
Kentucky
12,846
15
5
7
1
10
3
6
0
Louisiana
20,929
39
8
14
1
21
1
4
0
Maine
2,163
1
1
4
4
1
0
5
4
Marylandc
22,956
21
1
/
/
17
1
0
0
Massachusetts
11,346
23
12
32
16
18
8
21
5
Michigand
50,482
22
7
30
18
21
3
29
22
Minnesota
7,820
23
1
2
0
17
0
9
2
Mississippib,e
12,899
5
0
0
0
7
0
/
/
Missouri
30,004
45
2
11
2
37
3
14
5
Montana
1,629
36
4
8
6
18
6
5
1
Nebraska
4,478
5
0
9
4
5
1
10
2
Nevada
13,006
16
1
15
3
34
0
10
0
New Hampshireb
2,890
7
0
2
0
29
0
/
/
New Jersey
22,605
5
0
8
1
13
1
2
0
New Mexico
3,446
4
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
New York
62,019
23
1
18
3
37
6
24
7
North Carolina
39,326
58
5
35
7
38
13
47
3
North Dakota
1,425
0
0
3
1
3
1
3
3
Ohio
48,230
64
16
22
9
67
12
25
15
Oklahoma
18,034
28
0
9
2
46
3
1
0
Oregon
13,499
17
0
7
2
20
4
2
0
Pennsylvania
44,957
33
8
23
4
42
6
9
2
Rhode Island
3,890
6
2
8
7
3
0
7
4
South Carolinaf
24,492
2
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
South Dakota
3,320
5
0
4
1
5
1
7
2
Tennessee
14,357
20
0
9
4
35
3
6
1
Texas
140,054
210
2
416
4
261
3
327
3
Utah
5,153
15
3
24
3
8
3
27
0
Vermont
1,579
20
7
39
29
20
6
27
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Appendix Table 19 (continued)
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by federal and state prison authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007–2008
2008
2007
Reported
Reported
Reported
Reported
inmate-on-inmate
inmate-on-inmate
inmate-on-inmate
inmate-on-inmate
Prisoners
nonconsensual sexual acts
abusive sexual contacts
nonconsensual sexual acts
abusive sexual contacts
in custody,
6/30/2008a
Jurisdiction
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
State (continued)
Virginia
32,195
38
2
15
4
25
3
1
1
Washington
17,055
45
10
17
4
110
22
14
6
West Virginia
4,959
2
1
7
4
2
2
0
0
Wisconsin
22,378
36
0
43
10
51
5
23
9
Wyoming
1,224
9
2
4
0
13
5
3
2
/Not reported.
aExcludes inmates in privately-operated facilities and facilities operated and administered by local governments. Counts were based on National Prisoners Statistics (NPS-1A), 2008.
bAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007.
cAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008.
dCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts limited to completed acts only in 2008.
eCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts limited to completed acts only in 2007.
fCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts limited to substantiated incidents only in 2007 and 2008.

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Appendix Table 20
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by federal and state prison authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007–2008
2008
2007
Reported allegations of staff sexual
Reported allegations of staff
Reported allegations of staff sexual
Reported allegations of staff
misconduct with inmates
sexual harassment of inmates
misconduct with inmates
sexual harassment of inmates
Jurisdiction
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations Substantiated
Total
1,818
233
1,062
48
1,643
221
1,016
41
Federal
161
10
103
8
182
8
99
6
State
Alabama
23
2
4
0
5
1
3
1
Alaskaa,b
0
0
/
/
0
0
/
/
Arizona
61
7
3
3
50
7
0
0
Arkansas
20
6
17
0
8
4
27
3
California
28
1
0
0
17
1
14
0
Colorado
14
1
2
2
32
13
5
0
Connecticut
1
0
2
0
2
0
1
0
Delaware
8
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
Florida
150
1
210
1
130
2
191
2
Georgia
78
3
29
0
85
3
0
0
Hawaii
0
0
1
0
3
0
1
0
Idaho
5
5
0
0
3
1
0
0
Illinois
26
4
0
0
29
8
0
0
Indiana
37
6
7
1
14
5
4
0
Iowa
49
8
19
4
53
11
23
4
Kansas
37
7
16
3
22
5
8
2
Kentucky
8
4
0
0
15
9
0
0
Louisiana
47
2
117
0
55
4
37
0
Maine
6
6
0
0
1
0
0
0
Marylandb
19
0
/
/
27
1
0
0
Massachusetts
28
5
8
0
68
4
6
0
Michigan
34
1
321
7
20
2
429
6
Minnesota
12
1
1
0
7
0
0
0
Mississippia
1
1
0
0
5
0
/
/
Missouri
55
11
11
1
69
10
11
1
Montana
18
2
5
0
9
2
0
0
Nebraska
14
0
12
0
18
1
10
1
Nevada
20
3
10
1
8
0
4
0
New Hampshire
1
0
1
0
4
0
0
0
New Jersey
8
2
2
0
2
1
1
0
New Mexico
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
New York
224
13
39
5
161
8
51
3
North Carolina
101
19
38
0
58
11
16
1
North Dakota
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Ohio
50
7
4
0
67
15
9
0
Oklahoma
29
12
5
0
24
6
3
1
Oregon
17
1
4
1
17
3
1
1
Pennsylvania
46
5
33
0
30
9
15
2
Rhode Islanda,b
7
1
/
/
5
1
/
/
South Carolina
5
5
0
0
2
2
0
0
South Dakota
4
1
0
0
4
0
0
0
Tennessee
18
9
1
0
13
7
8
1
129
4
/
/
123
8
/
/
Texasc
Utah
5
1
0
0
5
0
1
0
Vermont
23
8
12
5
24
6
9
4

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Appendix Table 20 (continued)
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by federal and state prison authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007–2008
2008
2007
Reported allegations of staff sexual
Reported allegations of staff
Reported allegations of staff
Reported allegations of staff
misconduct with inmates
sexual harassment of inmates
sexual misconduct with inmates
sexual harassment of inmates
Jurisdiction
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations
Substantiated
Allegations Substantiated
State (continued)
Virginia
30
7
1
0
33
10
2
0
Washington
93
21
9
1
51
13
6
0
West Virginia
13
12
2
2
12
11
0
0
Wisconsin
48
6
12
2
66
4
19
1
Wyoming
2
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
/Not reported.
aAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2007.
bAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2008.
cJurisdiction did not record allegations of staff sexual harassment in 2007 and 2008.

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Appendix Table 21
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual violence reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of violence, 2007–2008
2008
2007
Reported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-oninmate abusive
inmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
Average inmate nonconsensual
sexual acts
sexual contacts
sexual acts
sexual contacts
daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Total
/
517
44
196
49
/
455
71
178
45
Alabama
Calhoun Co.a,b
343
0
0
/
/
400
1
1
/
/
Etowah Co. Det. Ctr.b
812
3
1
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
1,099
2
0
0
0
1,212
5
1
0
0
Jefferson Co.b
Morgan Co. & Annex
~
~
~
~
~
270
0
0
1
0
Arizona
Maricopa Co.a
9,249
6
3
6
3
9,241
15
7
/
/
Pima Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
1,921
0
0
1
0
1,891
0
0
0
0
Arkansas
Craighead Co. Det. Ctr.
311
1
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Faulkner Co. Det. Ctr.c,d,e
373
1
0
0
0
325
0
0
0
0
Sebastian Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
~
~
~
~
~
381
1
0
0
0
California
Alameda Co.
4,431
6
1
1
1
4,278
4
0
0
0
Contra Costa Co.a
1,612
1
0
0
0
1,600
0
0
/
/
Fresno Co.a
2,961
1
1
1
1
2,861
2
1
/
/
Kern Co.
2,260
0
0
1
1
2,392
1
0
0
0
Los Angeles Co. - Custody Support Svs.a,b
19,569
13
1
/
/
19,374
12
12
/
/
Madera Co.c
350
2
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Orange Co.b
6,178
1
0
/
/
6,360
0
0
0
0
Riverside Co.
3,481
3
0
2
0
3,521
3
3
1
1
Sacramento Co.
4,575
1
1
1
1
2,139
2
2
0
0
San Diego Co.
5,184
1
0
1
1
5,072
0
0
3
2
San Francisco City & Co.a
2,086
2
0
2
0
2,011
8
0
/
/
San Joaquin Co.a
1,500
2
0
1
0
1,566
0
0
/
/
San Mateo Co.a
1,125
0
0
0
0
1,198
2
0
/
/
Santa Clara Co.a
4,610
6
2
0
0
4,640
4
2
/
/
Solano Co.b
937
1
0
/
/
1,065
0
0
0
0
Sonoma Co.
1,027
0
0
3
3
1,056
0
0
0
0
Stanislaus Co.
1,339
0
0
0
0
1,368
1
0
0
0
Tulare Co.
1,529
0
0
0
0
1,527
0
0
1
1
Ventura Co.
835
1
1
0
0
850
0
0
1
1
Colorado
Arapahoe Co.
1,171
2
1
2
0
1,352
7
4
2
2
Denver Co.b,f
2,281
4
2
/
/
2,395
20
2
/
/
El Paso Co.
1,538
0
0
3
3
1,522
0
0
1
1
Jefferson Co.f
1,182
0
0
0
0
1,302
3
1
/
/
Larimer Co. Det. Ctr.
463
0
0
1
0
537
0
0
0
0
347
1
0
/
/
368
0
0
0
0
Mesa Co. Det. Fac.b
Weld Co.
690
0
0
5
1
~
~
~
~
~
Florida
Alachua Co.b
910
1
0
/
/
1,079
0
0
0
0
Brevard Co. Det. Ctr.
1,812
1
1
3
1
1,797
4
0
5
0
Broward Co.
5,364
1
0
0
0
5,305
0
0
2
0
Collier Co.
1,138
0
0
0
0
1,224
2
0
0
0
Escambia Co.
1,812
0
0
2
0
1,881
1
0
1
0
Hillsborough Co.a,b
3,847
4
0
/
/
4,015
2
1
/
/
Jacksonville City
3,727
8
1
6
0
3,629
8
3
5
0
Leon Co. Det. Fac.
1,132
1
0
0
0
1,153
0
0
0
0
Manatee Co.
1,294
3
0
0
0
1,423
19
0
0
0
Marion Co.
1,832
0
0
0
0
2,007
1
0
1
0
Miami-Dade Co. Corr. & Rehab.
7,013
14
0
2
0
6,975
5
0
1
0
Okeechobee Co.
263
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Orange Co.
4,454
4
2
2
1
4,096
0
0
0
0

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Appendix Table 21 (continued)
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual violence reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of violence, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-oninmate abusive
inmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
Average inmate nonconsensual
sexual acts
sexual contacts
sexual acts
sexual contacts
daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Florida (continued)
Palm Beach Co.b
2,980
5
0
/
/
2,555
2
0
0
0
Pasco Co.
1,277
1
0
0
0
1,271
1
0
0
0
3,368
3
1
0
0
3,593
8
0
/
/
Pinellas Co.f
Polk Co.
2,374
1
0
2
0
2,466
14
0
3
0
Sarasota Co.b,d,g
1,019
1
0
/
/
1,045
0
0
0
0
Seminole Co. Corr. Fac.
1,003
3
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
St. Lucie Co. Main Jail
1,550
6
0
1
0
1,434
2
0
2
0
Volusia Co.
1,383
3
0
0
0
1,533
0
0
0
0
Georgia
Carroll Co.a,d,g
~
~
~
~
~
533
1
0
/
/
1,739
0
0
1
0
1,718
0
0
/
/
Chatham Co. Adult Det. Ctr.a,d,g
Cobb Co. Sheriff’s Office Jail & Prison Unita
2,490
1
1
0
0
2,104
4
1
/
/
Dougherty Co.
831
0
0
1
0
816
0
0
0
0
Fulton Co.b
2,846
0
0
/
/
2,834
5
0
7
0
Gordon Co.
249
0
0
1
1
~
~
~
~
~
Gwinnett Co.a
2,691
3
0
0
0
2,478
0
0
/
/
Muscogee Co.b
565
3
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Walton Co.a
419
0
0
0
0
371
1
1
/
/
Ware Co.
383
3
1
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
Idaho
Ada Co.
980
1
0
2
1
920
0
0
4
1
Canyon Co.b
479
1
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Kootenai Co.a
~
~
~
~
~
379
1
1
/
/
Twin Falls Co.b
203
124
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Illinois
Cook Co. - Dept. of Corr.
9,355
14
1
0
0
9,600
10
0
2
0
Kane Co.
671
0
0
0
0
615
0
0
1
0
Winnebago Co.
758
1
0
~
~
665
4
1
1
0
Indiana
Elkhart Co. Security Ctr. (Jail)b
747
2
1
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Hamilton Co.
~
~
~
~
~
327
0
0
2
0
Lake Co.e
923
0
0
1
1
937
0
0
0
0
St. Joseph Co.
650
2
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Vanderburgh Co.f
~
~
~
~
~
708
1
0
/
/
Vigo Co.b
290
1
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Kansas
Chautauqua Co.a
~
~
~
~
~
9
1
0
/
/
Sedgwick Co.
1,553
0
0
6
0
1,522
1
0
3
0
Shawnee Co. Adult Det. Division
~
~
~
~
~
475
1
0
4
1
Kentucky
Campbell Co.b
425
1
1
/
/
427
0
0
0
0
Clark Co. Det.a
~
~
~
~
~
8
1
0
/
/
Daviess Co. Det. Ctr.a
~
~
~
~
~
614
3
0
/
/
Franklin Co. Reg. Jaild
~
~
~
~
~
319
1
1
4
0
Henderson Co. Det. Ctr.b,e
547
0
0
/
/
496
0
0
8
0
Lexington-Fayette Co. Det. Div.b,e
1,237
2
0
/
/
1,252
0
0
0
0
Louisville Metropolitan Dept. of Corr.b
1,902
5
0
/
/
1,810
1
0
0
0

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Appendix Table 21 (continued)
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual violence reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of violence, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-oninmate abusive
inmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
Average inmate nonconsensual
sexual acts
sexual contacts
sexual acts
sexual contacts
daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Louisiana
Avoyelles Parish
1,231
0
0
0
0
1,230
1
1
0
0
1,262
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Bossier Parishh
East Baton Rouge Prison
1,671
3
0
4
0
1,606
4
0
3
0
Jefferson Parish Jail
~
~
~
~
~
839
0
0
1
1
Lafayette Parish Jail
~
~
~
~
~
1,090
1
0
2
0
New Orleans Parish Prison System
2,570
7
0
0
0
2,685
3
1
0
0
Richland Parish Det. Ctr.b
854
0
0
/
/
840
2
0
0
0
Sherman Walker Corr. Ctr.
~
~
~
~
~
298
2
0
0
0
St. Landry Parish Jail
~
~
~
~
~
23
2
0
0
0
Terrebonne Parish Jail
670
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Maine
Cumberland Co.
402
2
0
0
0
462
0
0
0
0
Kennebec Co.
~
~
~
~
~
170
1
0
0
0
Maryland
Anne Arundel Co.
1,128
5
0
2
0
1,123
0
0
3
3
4,113
5
1
/
/
3,899
9
0
0
0
Baltimore Cityb
Baltimore Co. Bureau of Corr.
1,360
2
0
4
3
1,356
5
3
0
0
Caroline Co.
~
~
~
~
~
100
1
0
0
0
Montgomery Co.
~
~
~
~
~
998
3
0
3
0
Massachusetts
416
1
0
2
0
440
2
1
/
/
Barnstable Co. Jail & House of Corr.a
Bristol Co.
1,483
3
0
7
3
1,472
4
0
3
1
Essex Co. Corr. Fac.
1,624
1
0
0
0
1,631
2
1
0
0
Hampden Co.a
1,911
3
0
0
0
2,138
6
0
/
/
Hampshire Co. Jail & House of Corr.
288
1
1
1
1
~
~
~
~
~
Middlesex Co. Jail & House of Corr.
1,294
4
0
0
0
1,326
0
0
1
0
Norfolk Co.a
~
~
~
~
~
702
2
0
/
/
Suffolk Co.
711
0
0
1
0
698
0
0
0
0
Suffolk Co. House of Corr.a
1,733
4
1
11
1
1,685
8
0
/
/
Worcester Co. Jail & House of Corr.a
1,282
6
1
0
0
1,415
4
0
/
/
Michigan
Berrien Co.
363
0
0
5
1
388
0
0
6
1
Kent Co.a
1,307
0
0
1
1
1,352
0
0
/
/
Macomb Co.a
1,361
1
0
4
2
1,398
2
1
/
/
Oakland Co.
1,814
0
0
6
0
1,961
0
0
4
3
St. Joseph Co.
269
0
0
1
0
~
~
~
~
~
Wayne Co.a,b
2,185
10
0
/
/
2,713
2
1
/
/
Minnesota
Nobles Co.a
~
~
~
~
~
57
1
0
/
/
Mississippi
Harrison Co.
1,160
0
0
0
0
1,150
8
1
0
0
Missouri
121
1
1
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Franklin Co.b
Greene Co.c
539
1
0
1
0
~
~
~
~
~
St. Louis Co. - Dept. of Justice Servicesb
1,186
2
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Montana
Cascade Co. Reg. Jail
380
1
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Missoula Co.a
314
1
0
0
0
337
0
0
/
/
Nebraska
Douglas Dept. of Corr.
1,148
0
0
0
0
1,041
2
0
1
1
Lancaster Co.
450
0
0
0
0
474
0
0
2
2

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Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual violence reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of violence, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-oninmate abusive
inmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
Average inmate nonconsensual
sexual acts
sexual contacts
sexual acts
sexual contacts
daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Nevada
Clark Co. Det. Ctr.
3,061
6
0
0
0
3,745
4
0
2
0
Washoe Co. Det. Ctr.b
1,048
0
0
/
/
1,200
0
0
7
3
North Las Vegas Det. Corr. Ctr.
~
~
~
~
~
869
1
0
1
1
New Hampshire
Hillsborough Co. House of Corr.
583
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Strafford Co.
~
~
~
~
~
405
1
0
0
0
New Jersey
914
1
0
0
0
909
6
3
/
/
Atlantic Co. Jail - Dept. of Public Safetya
Camden Co. Corr. Fac.b
1,640
4
0
/
/
1,608
0
0
0
0
Cumberland Co.
580
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Essex Co. Corr. Fac.b
2,332
1
0
/
/
3,028
0
0
0
0
Hudson Co. Corr. Fac.
1,885
4
0
0
0
1,946
4
1
1
0
Mercer Co. Corr. Ctr.b
995
1
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Middlesex Co. Adult Corr. Ctr.a
1,204
3
0
0
0
980
3
2
/
/
Monmouth Co. Corr. Inst.
977
1
0
2
0
1,209
3
0
0
0
Passaic Co.a
1,509
1
0
0
0
1,912
1
0
/
/
Union Co.
8,085
1
0
0
0
1,070
2
0
0
0
New Mexico
Bernalillo Co./City Det. Ctr.
5,483
2
0
1
0
2,613
7
0
0
0
New York
Albany Co. Corr. Fac.
687
0
0
2
0
762
0
0
0
0
1,364
1
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Erie Co. Holding Ctr.b
Erie Couny Corr. Fac.
~
~
~
~
~
1,469
0
0
1
1
New York City
13,546
11
0
2
0
14,064
6
0
4
0
Schenectady Co.
305
0
0
0
0
317
3
0
0
0
North Carolina
Gaston Co.
541
0
0
0
0
517
1
1
0
0
Mecklenburg Co.b
2,578
1
0
/
/
2,585
0
0
1
0
North Dakota
Grand Forks Co. Corr. Ctr.b
171
3
1
/
/
159
0
0
1
0
Ohio
Butler Co.
1,042
1
0
0
0
1,101
0
0
0
0
Cuyahoga Co. Corr. Ctr.
1,941
1
0
5
0
1,978
3
0
6
1
Franklin Co.
2,202
4
0
0
0
2,314
0
0
0
0
2,019
3
0
0
0
2,086
0
0
2
2
Hamilton Co.d
Lorain Co.a
427
0
0
2
1
450
1
0
/
/
Muskingum Co.
~
~
~
~
~
154
1
0
0
0
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Co.a
2,281
7
0
6
0
2,369
5
1
/
/
Oregon
Deschutes Co. Corr. Fac.
201
0
0
2
0
210
0
0
3
0
Marion Co.b
501
1
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Multnomah Co. Det. Fac.
1,502
4
0
5
0
1,592
10
0
2
0
Pennsylvania
Allegheny Co.a
2,749
7
3
0
0
2,650
0
0
/
/
Berks Co. Prison
1,109
0
0
0
0
1,304
2
1
4
3
Bucks Co.
780
1
0
1
0
1,180
0
0
1
1
Dauphin Co. Prison
~
~
~
~
~
979
1
0
0
0
Franklin Co. Prisona
358
0
0
0
0
343
2
0
/
/
1,160
1
0
0
0
1,197
3
0
/
/
Lancaster Co. Prisona
Lehigh Co.
1,169
0
0
1
0
1,181
5
0
3
0
Montgomery Co. Prison Corr. Fac.
1,742
0
0
0
0
1,614
1
0
0
0

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Appendix Table 21 (continued)
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual violence reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of violence, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-oninmate abusive
inmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
Average inmate nonconsensual
sexual acts
sexual contacts
sexual acts
sexual contacts
daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Pennsylvania (continued)
Northampton Co. Dept. of Corr.b
779
3
0
/
/
906
0
0
0
0
Philadelphia Prison Systemb
9,287
4
0
0
0
10,200
11
0
0
0
2,172
1
0
0
0
2,031
0
0
0
0
York Co. Prisonb
South Carolina
Charleston Co.a,b
1,694
0
0
/
/
1,762
2
0
/
/
South Dakota
Minnehaha Co.
520
1
1
0
0
520
0
0
0
0
Tennessee
Blount Co.a
~
~
~
~
~
394
1
0
/
/
Davidson Co. Sheriff’s Office
2,470
2
0
4
3
2,470
6
1
7
1
Rutherford Co.
771
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
2,960
4
0
/
/
2,960
5
0
/
/
Shelby Co. Corr. Ctr.a,b
Shelby Co. Justice Ctr.
2,678
1
0
0
0
2,733
5
0
0
0
Texas
Bexar Co. Adult Det. Ctr.a
4,211
6
2
6
4
3,176
9
0
/
/
Collin Co.
897
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Dallas Co.a,b,e
6,157
4
0
/
/
7,180
1
0
/
/
Ector Co.a,b,g
583
0
0
/
/
594
1
0
/
/
El Paso Co. Det. Fac.a,b
2,209
0
0
/
/
2,220
1
0
/
/
Galveston Co.
1,028
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Harris Co.a,b
10,891
12
1
/
/
9,657
19
0
/
/
Hood Co.b
161
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Nueces Co.
950
3
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Travis Co.
2,431
4
1
5
3
2,623
6
1
9
1
Utah
Beaver Co.b
370
1
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Davis Co.
~
~
~
~
~
736
2
1
1
1
Salt Lake Co.
2,125
6
1
23
2
1,880
7
1
0
0
Utah Co.
646
1
0
1
1
685
1
0
1
1
Weber Co. Corr. Fac.
973
1
1
4
2
770
0
0
13
4
Virginia
520
1
0
/
/
538
0
0
0
0
Albemarle-Charlottesville Reg. Jailb
Arlington Co.
~
~
~
~
~
623
0
0
2
1
Blue Ridge Reg. Jail Authority
1,267
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Chesapeake City
1,133
0
0
0
0
1,109
0
0
1
0
Fairfax Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
1,325
2
0
1
0
1,311
1
0
1
1
Hampton Roads Reg. Jail
1,233
5
0
0
0
1,240
0
0
0
0
Henrico Co.
1,214
1
0
0
0
1,135
3
1
1
1
New River Valley Reg. Jaila
~
~
~
~
~
650
4
0
/
/
Norfolk Municipal Jail
1,638
0
0
5
0
1,727
0
0
4
0
Northern Neck Reg. Jail
451
0
0
1
1
~
~
~
~
~
Northwestern Reg. Adult Det. Ctr.i
672
2
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Prince William-Manassas Reg Adult Corr. Ctr.f
~
~
~
~
~
722
1
0
/
/
Richmond City
1,527
0
0
0
0
1,564
1
0
0
0
Riverside Reg. Jail
1,192
1
0
0
0
1,146
0
0
0
0
Roanoke Cityb
716
2
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Virginia Beach Municipal Corr. Ctr.a,b
1,461
1
0
/
/
1,609
1
0
/
/
Washington
Benton Co.
672
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Clark Co.
~
~
~
~
~
769
2
1
1
0
King Co.a,b
2,476
7
1
/
/
2,727
8
0
/
/
Kitsap Co. Corr. Ctr.
371
0
0
0
0
435
1
0
0
0
Pierce Co.j
1,334
0
0
1
0
1,471
/
/
0
0
Snohomish Co.
1,225
2
0
3
0
1,284
0
0
2
0
Whatcom Co.
428
3
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~

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33

Appendix Table 21 (continued)
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual violence reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of violence, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-oninmate abusive
inmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
Average inmate nonconsensual
sexual acts
sexual contacts
sexual acts
sexual contacts
daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
West Virginia
Kanawha Co. South Central Reg. Jaili
454
2
0
/
/
453
1
0
1
0
467
0
0
/
/
524
3
0
0
0
Raleigh Co. Southern Reg. Jailb
Tygart Valley Reg. Jail
356
3
0
1
0
~
~
~
~
~
Wisconsin
~
~
~
~
~
770
1
1
/
/
Brown Co.a
Dane Co.
926
0
0
1
0
~
~
~
~
~
Milwaukee Co. House of Corr.
1,841
1
0
0
0
2,247
0
0
0
0
Ozaukee Co.
~
~
~
~
~
220
2
0
0
0
~Not applicable.
/Not reported.
aAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007.
bAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008.
cCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008 are based on substantiated allegations only.
dCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007 are based on completed acts only.
eCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008 are based on completed acts only.
fJurisdiction did not record allegations of abusive sexual contacts in 2007.
gCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007 are based on substantiated allegations only.
h Jurisdiction did not record allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008.
iJurisdiction did not record allegations of abusive sexual contacts in 2008.
j Jurisdiction did not record allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007.

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Appendix Table 22
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
Alabama
Colorado
Albertville City
~
37
Adams Co. Det. Fac.a,b
Baldwin Co.
593
628
Bent Co.
Bibb Co.
76
~
Garfield Co.
Brighton Citya
~
5
Jackson Co.
Cullman Co.
~
5,109
Lincoln Co.b
De Kalb Co.b
177
~
Logan Co.
District of Columbia
Gardendale City
19
~
Geneva Co.
58
~
D.C. Dept. of Corr.
Florida
Lee Co. Det. Ctr.
338
321
Madison Co. Det. Fac.
~
967
Bradford Co.
Clay Co.
Mobile Co.
53
51
Montgomery Co. Det. Fac.a
~
688
Columbia Co. Det. Ctr.b
Opp City
5
~
Dixie Co.
Pickens Co.a
~
91
Highlands Co.
Saraland City
~
4
Indian River Co.
Shelby Co.c
459
~
Jackson Co. Corr. Fac.a
286
~
Talledega Co.b
Lafayette Co.
Alaska
Lake Co.a
Kotzebue Reg. Jail
15
~
Lee Co.
Petersburg City
~
1
Martin Co.
Sitka City
~
5
Osceola Co.
Arizona
Santa Rosa Co.
Apache Co.
122
~
St. Johns Co.
Mohave Co.
460
525
Sumter Co. Det. Ctr.
Navajo Co. Det. Ctr.c
349
377
Georgia
Pinal Co.d
1,229
904
Augusta-Richmond Co.
Arkansas
Bibb Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
Ashley Co.
40
~
Chattooga Co.
Benton Co. Det. Fac.a
~
493
Cherokee Co.
Crawford Co.a
~
73
Clarke Co.
Jackson Co. Det. Ctr.a
~
35
Clayton Co.
Madison Co.
~
2
Clinch Co.
Mississippi Co. Det. Ctr.
157
~
Coweta Co.a,b
Montgomery Co.
5
~
Dawson Co.
Pulaski Co. Reg. Jail
1,129
932
Decatur Co. Corr. Inst.b
~
2,796
St. Francis Co.g
Dekalb Co.a,b
Washington Co. Det. Ctr.b
Dodge Co.
549
~
Early Co.
Yell Co.
14
~
California
Effingham Co. Prison
Butte Co.
472
~
Evans Co.a,e,g
Humboldt Co.
~
371
Floyd Co. Prison
Imperial Co.
502
489
Forsyth Co.
357
~
Kings Co.b
Glynn Co. Det. Ctr.
Lake Co. Hill Road Corr. Fac.
~
260
Gordon City
Marin Co.
309
290
Gwinnett Co Dept. of Corr.
Mendocino Co.
~
308
Hall Co. Det. Ctr.a
Merced Co.
769
~
Houston Co.a
Monterey Co.
1,118
1,120
Jackson Co.
Placer Co.
~
595
Jeff Davis Co.
San Bernardino Co. West Valley Det. Ctr.
5,500
5,814
Jones Co.
Santa Barbara Co.
~
950
Lamar Co.
Sierra Co.
2
~
Lee Co.
Siskiyou Co.a
~
83
Liberty Co. Jail
Tuolumne Co.b
141
~
Lowndes Co.
Madison Co.
Yolo Co.
~
428
Yuba Co.
360
~
McDuffie Co.
Mitchell Co. Corr. Inst.
Monroe Co.

January 2011	

Average daily
population, 2008

Average daily
population, 2007

1,286
~
130
~
120
~

1,300
22
~
1,194
~
120

1,911

1,949

125
~
295
~
459
~
~
~
~
2,218
611
1,160
~
530
249

~
398
~
91
~
544
226
32
1,033
2,199
601
~
520
~
275

1,112
~
~
549
365
1,751
26
341
189
260
3,015
68
~
~
~
739
313
532
0
682
~
~
146
44
126
90
72
~
702
~
~
~
~

1,239
751
58
~
~
1,721
~
330
~
~
3,252
~
39
242
18
339
~
~
~
~
624
405
~
~
~
~
~
247
~
69
153
140
134

35

Appendix Table 22 (continued)
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
Georgia (continued)
Kansas
Muscogee Co. Prisona,c
568
565
Allen Co.
Ford Co.
Newton Co.
626
~
Pike Co.
~
3
Johnson Co.b
Lane Co.b,c
Spalding Co.
~
459
~
378
Spalding Co. Corr. Inst.a
Linn Co.
Thomas Co.a
Montgomery Co.
~
210
Pratt Co.
Troup Co.
465
~
Smith Co.
Troup Co. Corr. Inst.
~
351
Kentucky
Idaho
Boone Co.b
Bonneville Co.
238
288
10
~
Boyd Co.
Idaho Co.b
Breckinridge Co.
Power Co.
~
10
Illinois
Casey Co./State Jail
Christian Co.b
Adams Co.
~
101
De Kalb Co.
~
102
Clay Co. Det. Ctr.
Du Page Co.b
Crittenden Co.
841
820
~
4
Graves Co.
Edgar Co.e,g
Kankakee Co.
~
506
Grayson Co. Jail & Annex
Lawrence Co.
~
19
Hardin Co. Det. Ctr.a
McDonough Co.b
Laurel Co.
34
~
Pike Co.
Macon Co.
251
~
Three Forks Reg. Jail
Monroe Co.
10
~
Webster Co.
Peoria Co.
499
445
Rock Island Co.a
~
266
Louisiana
Saline Co. Law Enforcement & Det. Ctr.
81
~
Ascension Parish Jail
Sangamon Co.
340
~
Bayou Dorcheat Corr. Ctr.
Stephenson Co.b
134
~
Beauregard Parish Jaila
Vermilion Co.
~
260
Caddo Parish Corr. Ctr.
Indiana
Calvasieu Parish Corr. Ctr.a,b
Adams Co.
65
~
Caldwell Parish Jails - (3 Facilities)a,b
Allen Co.
~
700
Catahoula Parish Jail & Det. Faca
Bartholomew Co.a
154
192
Claiborne Det. Ctr.
Delaware Co. Justice Ctr.a
318
317
De Soto Parish Jailc
Grant Co. Security Complex
251
~
East Carroll Det. Ctr.
Greene Co.
~
64
Evangeline Parish Jaild,h
Hancock Co.
~
148
Iberia Parish Jailb
Harrison Co.b
170
~
La Salle Parish Jail
Howard Co.
341
~
Morehouse Parish Jaila,e
Jay Co.
~
40
Morgan City
Johnson Co.
~
290
Ouachita Parish Corr. Fac.
Knox Co.
~
153
Pointe Coupee Parish Det. Ctr.
Marion Co.d
~
1,361
Rapides Parish
Porter Co.a,b
467
467
St. Charles Parish Jailb
Wells Co.
91
93
St. Tammany Parish
Iowa
Union Parish Det. Ctr.
Black Hawk Co.
183
257
West Baton Rouge Parish
Buena Vista Co.
24
~
Maine
Carroll Co.
~
12
Hancock Co.
Clinton Co.
9
~
Two Bridges Reg. Jaila
Decatur Co.
5
~
Maryland
Delaware Co.
~
7
Carroll Co. Det. Ctr.
Emmet Co.
8
~
Charles Co. Det. Ctr.
Howard Co.
~
7
Harford Co. Det. Ctr.
Marshall Co.
~
146
Prince Georges Co. Corr. Ctr.
Polk Co.
648
~
Wicomico Co. Det. Ctr.a
Scott Co. Jail & Annex
8,829
295
Worcester Co.
Sioux Co.
~
37

36	

Average daily
population, 2008

Average daily
population, 2007

~
91
715
2
8
~
~
7

53
~
863
~
~
144
15
~

448
~
191
308
632
235
~
~
580
~
~
300
205
109

~
227
~
~
686
~
12
101
~
545
292
~
~
108

258
~
~
1,400
1,249
318
~
525
110
688
~
485
~
160
59
900
174
272
532
~
360
~

~
524
168
1,450
1,197
318
22
~
~
1,125
72
~
23
535
~
~
~
~
~
746
347
250

44
~

~
9,464

271
377
461
1,385
492
253

283
~
400
1,486
628
~

Sexual Victimization Reported by Adult Correctional Authorities, 2007–2008

Appendix Table 22 (continued)
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
Massachusetts
Missouri (continued)
1,516
1,596
Plymouth Co. House of Corr. & Jaila
St. Clair Co.
Michigan
St. Louis Cityb
Antrim Co.
40
~
Stoddard Co.
Bay Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
~
219
Montana
Benzie Co.
~
31
Fallon Co.a
Calhoun Co.
497
~
Flathead Co. Det. Ctr.d
Cass Co.
~
126
Gallatin Co. Det. Ctr.
Emmet Co.
86
~
Pondera Co.
Ingham Co.b,f
672
685
Sanders Co.
Kalamazoo Co.b
324
365
Nebraska
~
86
Mecosta Co.a
Box Butte Co.b
Monroe Co.
328
~
Hamilton Co.
Saginaw Co.a
Harlan Co.
~
516
Morrill Co.
St. Clair Co.
428
408
Sarpy Co.
Minnesota
Thayer Co.
Anoka Co.
228
~
Nevada
Beltrami Co.
~
121
Las Vegas City Det. Ctr.b
Dakota Co.
~
335
Hennepin Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
728
~
New Hampshire
Hennepin Co. Workhouse
~
582
Carroll Co. House of Corr. & Jail
Itasca Co.b
83
~
Rockingham Co. Jail & House of Corr.
Koochiching Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.b
New Jersey
14
~
Bergen Co. Jail & Annex
Lyon Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
~
30
Burlington Co.
Marshall Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
~
10
Gloucester Co.
Olmsted Co.
~
280
Hunterdon Co.b
Otter Tail Co. Det. Ctr.
58
~
Ramsey Co. Corr. Fac.
398
~
Morris Co. Corr. Fac.
566
581
Sherburne Co.b
Somerset Co. Jail & Annex
Mississippi
New Mexico
Calhoun Co.
~
47
Catron Co.
Carroll/Montgomery Region Corr. Ctr.
337
~
Curry Co.
44
~
Clarke Co.b
Dona Ana Co. Det. Ctr.
Clay Co.e
~
10
Lea Co.
Hinds Co.a,b
1,042
931
Luna Co.
Holmes-Humphrey Reg. Corr. Fac.
379
~
Gallup-McKinley Adult Det. Ctr.
Jackson Co.b
412
~
Roosevelt Co.i
Jefferson/Franklin Corr. Fac.
296
~
Sandoval Co.
Lafayette Co.a
~
130
San Juan Co. Det. Ctr.
Lauderdale Co.a
New York
~
270
Chenango Co.b
Leake Co. Corr. Fac.
361
373
Jefferson Co.
Leflore Co.
125
~
416
58
Madison Co.
Rankin Co.a,i
Walthall Co.
~
22
Monroe Co.a
Webster Co.
12
~
Montgomery Co.
Winston/Choctaw Reg. Corr. Fac.a
~
350
Nassau Co. Corr. Ctr.f
Missouri
Niagara Co.i
Arnold Municipal Citya
Oneida Co. Corr. Fac.
~
7
Onondaga Co. Dept. of Corr.
Bates Co. Sheriff & Jaila
~
104
Ontario Co.g
Belton Cityb
10
~
Clay Co. Det. Ctr.
322
~
Rensselaer Co.
Douglas Co.
~
19
Rockland Co. Corr. Ctr.
~
784
Jackson Co. Det. Ctr.g
St. Lawrence Co.
Kansas City Corr. Inst.
148
~
Suffolk Co.
Lincoln Co.a
~
147
Tioga Co.
Marion Co.
6
~
Westchester Co.
Montgomery Co.
~
76
Ozark Co.
16
~
Pulaski Co.
~
30
St. Charles Co.
~
329

January 2011	

Average daily
population, 2008

Average daily
population, 2007

~
1,672
65

118
1,200
~

~
~
81
6
~

1
92
~
~
20

16
~
~
~
~
3

~
6
3
13
153
~

820

100

~
332

88
~

~
~
373
102
327
~

970
703
~
~
308
324

~
37
852
~
~
328
79
396
~

4
~
~
299
392
~
~
~
606

79
142
3
1,343
~
1,607
489
~
474
~
~
~
~
1,695
~
1,478

~
~
~
1,450
126
1,716
~
468
~
214
282
262
112
1,752
83
1,465

37

Appendix Table 22 (continued)
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
North Carolina
Pennsylvania
Buncombe Co.
409
475
Adams Co.
Cabarrus Co.
~
217
Blair Co. Prisoni
Duplin Co.
~
16
Centre Co. Prison
Durham Co.a
~
618
Clearfield Co. Prison
Edgecombe Co.b,h
282
260
Clinton Co. Prisonb
Forsyth Co.
891
~
Erie Co.
Guilford Co.
~
926
Greene Co. Prison
~
161
Lee Co.a
Lackawanna Co. Prisona
104
~
McDowell Co.b
Lebanon Co. Corr. Fac.a,b
Moore Co.j
129
~
Lycoming Co. Prison
Monroe Co. Corr. Fac.
Pamlico Co.
~
87
Richmond Co.b
Washington Co.b
86
87
377
~
Robeson Co.b
South Carolina
Rowan Co.
274
~
Abbeville Co. Det. Ctr.b
Vance Co.
~
153
Aiken Co. Det. Ctr.
Wake Co.
1,331
1,211
Anderson Co.
Wilson Co.
220
~
Beaufort Co. Det. Ctr.b
Berkeley Co. Det. Ctr.
North Dakota
Dillon Co. Det. Ctr.
Cass Co.
198
175
Dorchester Co.
Pembina Co.
7
~
Fairfield Co. Det. Ctr.
Ohio
Clermont Co.
304
~
Florence Co. Det. Ctr.
Greenville Co. Det. Ctr.a
Clinton Co.
19
~
Horry Co. Det. Ctr.b
Crawford Co.
111
112
b
163
~
Orangeburg-Calhoun Reg. Det. Ctr.
Delaware Co.
Fayette Co.b
Pickens Co.
52
~
Richland Co. Det. Ctr.
Greene Co.
~
381
Spartanburg Co. Det. Fac.a
Highland Co.
~
71
York Co. Moss Justice Ctr.b
Lake Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
318
~
South Dakota
Mahoning Co.
561
527
~
104
Bon Homme Co.
Miami Co.a
Niles City
2
~
Hughes Co.
Noble Co.
~
20
Meade Co.
Richland Co.
~
152
Pennington Co. Jail
Summit Co. Jail & Glenwood Annex
658
~
Winner Citya,g
Tennessee
Oklahoma
Carroll Co.b
Carter Co.
~
185
a
291
298
Comanche Co.
Greene Co.
Grady Co.
334
~
Knox Co.
Latimer Co.
100
~
Lawrence Co.
Midwest City
~
48
Lincoln Co.f
Muldrow City
~
6
Loudon Co.b,f
Muskogee Co./City Det. Ctr.
~
287
Madison Co. Penal Farm
Roger Mills Co.h
~
17
Marion Co.
Rogers Co.b
192
~
Monroe Co.
Stephens Co.a
~
108
Putnam Co.
Washington Co.
102
91
Sequatchie Co.
Woodward Co.b,c
Sevier Co.b
31
~
Oregon
Sullivan Co.
~
336
Clackamas Co.a
Sumner Co.a
Grant Co.
24
~
Warren Co.b
Lake Co.
~
15
Washington Co.I,j
Lane Co.
330
558
Williamson Co.a,b
Polk Co.
~
115
Wilson Co.
Tillamook Co.b
73
~

38	

Average daily
population, 2008

Average daily
population, 2007

~
304
~
135
318
632
~
1,013
518
~
344
413

312
~
212
~
298
~
105
1,072
538
336
~
~

61
422
428
300
~
~
295
6
~
1,367
656
~
~
1,153
~
425

~
~
~
~
362
160
~
~
426
1,418
~
336
96
1,100
919
~

~
48
~
420
~

6
~
45
~
63

76
366
979
130
125
91
~
~
~
~
~
366
675
~
212
519
311
~

74
~
~
~
~
~
80
101
165
208
90
305
584
616
~
~
341
250

Sexual Victimization Reported by Adult Correctional Authorities, 2007–2008

Appendix Table 22 (continued)
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007
Texas
Virginia (continued)
Angelina Co.
258
~
Rappahannock Co.
~
16
Bandera Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
~
12
Rappahannock Reg. Jail & Annexb
1,017
1,003
Bell Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
672
~
Roanoke Co.
286
~
Bowie Co.
~
895
Rockingham Reg. Jail
~
295
Brazos Co.c,f
553
~
Southwest Virginia Reg.
1,102
1,379
Burnet Co.
~
89
Virginia Peninsula Reg. Jail
~
489
Caldwell Co.g
~
168
Washington
100
971
~
47
Cameron Co.a
Asotin Co.a
g
~
114
22
~
Chambers Co.
Buckley Cityb
Denton Co. Det. Ctr.a
Kent Cityd
1,121
1,065
~
139
Edwards Co.
9
~
Kirkland City
~
7
Fayette Co. Justice Ctr.
21
37
Skagit Co.
237
~
Grayson Co.
~
382
Spokane Co. Geiger Corr. Ctr.
510
562
Guadalupe Co. Det. Ctr.a
378
460
West Virginia
Harrison Co.
133
~
Marshall Co. Northern Reg Jail & Corr. Complex
~
314
Hays Co.
315
~
North Central Reg. Jail
517
~
1,132
1,185
~
461
Hidalgo Co. Adult Det. Ctr.b,g
Western Reg. Jaile,g
384
~
Hunt Co. Criminal Justice Ctr.b,f
Wisconsin
Jasper Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.a
Adams Co.
~
64
~
62
Barron Co. Justice Ctr.
~
123
Jefferson Co. Det. Ctr.a,b
924
1,176
Burnett Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.b
Lipscomb Co.
~
2
30
~
a
Lubbock Co.
724
1,000
Dodge Co.
462
463
McLennan Co.
869
860
Dunn Co.c
113
~
Maverick Co.
~
230
Eau Claire Co.
~
274
Midland Co.
~
280
Marathon Co. Adult Det. Fac.d
~
300
Milwaukee Co.
890
947
Mills Co.
7
~
Racine Co.b
788
~
Montgomery Co.
815
1,112
310
~
Richland Co.a
~
27
Parker Co.b
Randall Co.
~
272
Rock Co.
~
521
Rusk Co.a,b
Shawano Co.
510
~
89
88
Waukesha Co.
655
~
San Patricio Co.
192
~
Shelby Co.
~
51
Winnebago Co.
319
~
Sherman Co.
~
2
Wyoming
Tarrant Co.a,b
3,333
3,377
Fremont Co.
~
166
Tom Green Co.a
~
415
Laramie Co.
222
~
Upton Co.
38
~
Natrona Co. Det. Ctr.a
~
297
Victoria Co.b
450
~
Platte Co.
97
~
Walker Co.
~
130
Sheridan Co.
90
~
Wichita Co.i
435
435
Sweetwater Co.a
~
119
~Not applicable. Facility not sampled in survey year.
Zavala Co.
9
~
aAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual
Utah
sexual acts in 2007.
Cache Co.a
~
306
bAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual
Tooele Co.
~
119
sexual acts in 2008.
Virginia
cCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008 are based on substantiated allegations only.
Accomack Co.
~
113
dJurisdiction did not record allegations of abusive sexual contacts in 2007.
Alexandria City Det. Ctr.b
540
~
eCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007 are based on completed acts only.
Botetourt Co.b
91
~
fCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008 are based on completed acts only.
Central Virginia Reg. Jail
372
395
gCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007 are based on substantiated allegations only.
Danville City
~
208
hJurisdiction did not record allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007.
a,b,c,e,f,g
149
164
Danville City Prison Farm
iJurisdiction did not record allegations of abusive sexual contacts in 2008.
Middle River Reg. Jail
651
~
jJurisdiction did not record allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008.
Newport News City
629
~
Pamunkey Reg. Jail
~
455
Patrick Co.
27
~
Peumansend Creek Reg. Jaila
275
288

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39

Appendix Table 23
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
sexual harassment
sexual misconduct
sexual harassment
Average daily sexual misconduct
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Total
/
239
38
87
9
/
256
73
79
15
Alabama
343
0
0
/
/
400
1
1
/
/
Calhoun Co.a,b
Cullman Co.c
~
~
~
~
~
5,109
1
1
0
0
Jefferson Co.a,b
1,099
0
0
/
/
1,212
2
0
/
/
Lee Co. Det. Ctr.
338
0
0
0
0
321
1
1
0
0
Morgan Co. & Annex
~
~
~
~
~
270
1
1
0
0
Arizona
9,249
3
2
/
/
9,241
0
0
/
/
Maricopa Co.a,b
Pima Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
1,921
1
0
1
1
1,891
1
0
0
0
Pinal Co.
1,229
1
1
0
0
904
0
0
0
0
Arkansas
Faulkner Co. Det. Ctr.
373
1
0
0
0
325
0
0
0
0
Pulaski Co. Reg. Jail
1,129
1
1
0
0
932
0
0
0
0
California
Contra Costa Co.
1,612
0
0
0
0
1,600
1
1
0
0
Fresno Co.
2,961
2
2
1
0
2,861
0
0
0
0
Humboldt Co.a
~
~
~
~
~
371
1
0
/
/
Imperial Co.
502
0
0
0
0
489
3
1
0
0
Kern Co.
2,260
1
0
0
0
2,392
0
0
0
0
Los Angeles Co.-Custody Support Svs.b
19,569
1
0
/
/
19,374
2
1
0
0
Riverside Co.
3,481
1
0
0
0
3,521
1
1
0
0
San Bernardino Co. West Valley Det. Ctr.
5,500
4
2
0
0
5,814
0
0
0
0
San Diego Co.
5,184
4
0
0
0
5,072
0
0
1
0
San Francisco City & Co.
2,086
2
0
0
0
2,011
0
0
1
0
1,500
2
1
/
/
1,566
0
0
/
/
San Joaquin Co.a,b
Santa Clara Co.a
4,610
3
2
0
0
4,640
0
0
/
/
Colorado
Arapahoe Co.
1,171
0
0
0
0
1,352
0
0
1
0
Bent Co.a
~
~
~
~
~
22
2
1
/
/
El Paso Co.
1,538
0
0
0
0
1,522
1
0
0
0
Jefferson Co.
1,182
0
0
2
0
1,302
0
0
0
0
Larimer Co. Det. Ctr.
463
1
0
0
0
537
0
0
1
0
Weld Co.
690
2
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
District of Columbia
D.C. Dept. of Corr.
1,911
0
0
0
0
1,949
4
0
1
0
Florida
Alachua Co.a,b
910
1
0
/
/
1,079
1
1
/
/
Brevard Co. Det. Ctr.
1,812
1
0
0
0
1,797
0
0
0
0
Broward Co.
5,364
6
0
6
0
5,305
5
1
2
0
Collier Co.
1,138
4
1
0
0
1,224
1
1
0
0
Highlands Co.
459
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Lee Co.
2,218
0
0
0
0
2,199
1
0
0
0
Manatee Co.
1,294
0
0
0
0
1,423
2
0
0
0
Marion Co.
1,832
0
0
0
0
2,007
1
0
0
0
Miami-Dade Co. Corr. & Rehab.
7,013
6
0
4
1
6,975
0
0
4
0
Palm Beach Co.
2,980
0
0
0
0
2,555
1
1
0
0
Polk Co.
2,374
1
1
0
0
2,466
2
2
2
2
Volusia Co.
1,383
1
0
0
0
1,533
0
0
0
0
Georgia
Cherokee Co.
549
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Clayton Co.
1,751
0
0
0
0
1,721
1
1
3
3
Fulton Co.a,b
2,846
0
0
/
/
2,834
1
0
/
/
Gwinnett Co.
2,691
1
0
1
0
2,478
2
0
0
0

40	

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Appendix Table 23 (continued)
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
sexual harassment
sexual misconduct
sexual harassment
Average daily sexual misconduct
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Georgia (continued)
Muscogee Co.
565
3
0
1
1
~
~
~
~
~
Spalding Co.
~
~
~
~
~
459
1
0
0
0
Walton Co.
419
0
0
0
0
371
1
1
0
0
Idaho
Ada Co.
980
0
0
0
0
920
0
0
2
0
Illinois
Cook Co. - Dept. of Corr.
9,355
2
1
0
0
9,600
1
1
0
0
Du Page Co.
841
1
0
0
0
820
0
0
0
0
Edgar Co.
~
~
~
~
~
4
1
0
0
0
Peoria Co.
499
0
0
0
0
445
1
0
0
0
Winnebago Co.e
758
1
0
0
0
665
0
0
0
0
Indiana
467
1
1
/
/
467
0
0
/
/
Porter Co.a,b
Vigo Co.
290
2
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Wells Co.
91
1
0
0
0
93
0
0
0
0
Iowa
Polk Co.
648
0
0
2
0
~
~
~
~
~
Kansas
Allen Co.
~
~
~
~
~
53
2
2
0
0
Sedgwick Co.
1,553
0
0
1
0
1,522
4
1
0
0
Shawnee Co. Adult Det. Division
~
~
~
~
~
475
2
0
1
1
Kentucky
Daviess Co. Det. Ctr.
~
~
~
~
~
614
1
0
0
0
Franklin Co. Reg. Jail
~
~
~
~
~
319
2
0
0
0
Henderson Co. Det. Ctr.d,e
547
2
1
/
/
496
0
0
2
0
Lexington-Fayette Co. Det. Div.d
1,237
5
0
/
/
1,252
3
3
0
0
Louisville Metropolitan Dept. of Corr.b
1,902
3
1
/
/
1,810
1
1
4
0
Louisiana
Beauregard Parish Jail
~
~
~
~
~
168
2
2
0
0
Caddo Parish Corr. Ctr.
1,400
0
0
0
0
1,450
3
0
0
0
Claiborne Det. Ctr.
525
3
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Lafayette Parish Jail
~
~
~
~
~
1,090
1
1
1
1
West Baton Rouge Parish
~
~
~
~
~
250
1
0
0
0
Maine
Cumberland Co.
402
1
0
0
0
462
1
0
0
0
Two Bridges Reg. Jail
~
~
~
~
~
9,464
1
1
0
0
Maryland
Anne Arundel Co.a
1,128
0
0
0
0
1,123
4
0
/
/
Baltimore Co. Bureau of Corr.
1,360
0
0
1
0
1,356
0
0
0
0
Caroline Co.
~
~
~
~
~
100
1
0
0
0
Carroll Co. Det. Ctr.
271
0
0
0
0
283
3
0
0
0
Montgomery Co.
~
~
~
~
~
998
2
1
1
0
492
1
1
0
0
628
1
0
/
/
Wicomico Co. Det. Ctr.a
Massachusetts
Barnstable Co. Jail & House of Corr.
416
1
0
0
0
440
0
0
2
0
Bristol Co.
1,483
4
0
1
0
1,472
1
0
0
0
Essex Co. Corr. Fac.
1,624
2
0
0
0
1,631
0
0
0
0
Hampden Co.
1,911
0
0
0
0
2,138
1
0
1
0
Middlesex Co. Jail & House of Corr.
1,294
0
0
0
0
1,326
1
0
1
0
Suffolk Co.
711
1
0
0
0
698
0
0
0
0
Suffolk Co. House of Corr.
1,733
1
1
0
0
1,685
1
0
0
0
Worcester Co. Jail & House of Corr.b
1,282
1
0
/
/
1,415
0
0
0
0

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Appendix Table 23 (continued)
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
sexual harassment
sexual misconduct
sexual harassment
Average daily sexual misconduct
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Michigan
Berrien Co.
363
1
0
0
0
388
0
0
0
0
Macomb Co.
1,361
0
0
0
0
1,398
1
1
0
0
Oakland Co.
1,814
1
0
0
0
1,961
0
0
0
0
Minnesota
Sherburne Co.b,c
566
0
0
/
/
581
1
0
1
0
Mississippi
Missouri
Bates Co. Sheriff & Jail
~
~
~
~
~
104
1
0
0
0
Kansas City Corr. Inst.
148
8
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Pulaski Co.
~
~
~
~
~
30
1
0
0
0
St. Clair Co.
~
~
~
~
~
118
1
1
0
0
St. Louis City
1,672
1
0
18
0
1,200
0
0
0
0
St. Louis Co. - Dept. of Justice Services
1,186
2
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Montana
Gallatin Co. Det. Ctr.
81
5
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Nebraska
Sarpy Co.
~
~
~
~
~
153
1
0
0
0
Nevada
Clark Co. Det. Ctr.
3,061
3
0
0
0
3,745
4
0
0
0
Washoe Co. Det. Ctr.
1,048
3
0
0
0
1,200
0
0
0
0
Las Vegas City Det. Ctr.
820
0
0
0
0
100
1
0
0
0
New Hampshire
Carroll Co. House of Corr. & Jail
~
~
~
~
~
88
0
0
2
0
Strafford Co.
~
~
~
~
~
405
1
1
0
0
New Jersey
914
1
0
0
0
909
2
0
/
/
Atlantic Co. Jail - Dept. of Public Safetya
Essex Co. Corr. Fac.
2,332
1
0
0
0
3,028
0
0
0
0
Hudson Co. Corr. Fac.
1,885
1
0
0
0
1,946
1
0
0
0
Hunterdon Co.b
102
1
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Mercer Co. Corr. Ctr.b
995
3
3
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Middlesex Co. Adult Corr. Ctr.a
1,204
1
0
0
0
980
0
0
/
/
Monmouth Co. Corr. Inst.
977
1
0
1
0
1,209
0
0
0
0
Morris Co. Corr. Fac.
327
1
0
0
0
308
0
0
0
0
Passaic Co.a
1,509
1
0
0
0
1,912
0
0
/
/
Union Co.
8,085
0
0
1
0
1,070
0
0
0
0
New Mexico
Bernalillo Co./City Det. Ctr.
5,483
1
0
0
0
2,613
5
3
0
0
Gallup-Mckinley Adult Det. Ctr.
328
3
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
New York
Nassau Co. Corr. Ctr.
1,607
1
0
0
0
1,716
2
0
1
0
New York City
13,546
28
0
11
0
14,064
18
0
10
0
Ontario Co.c
~
~
~
~
~
214
1
0
0
0
Rensselaer Co.
~
~
~
~
~
282
1
0
0
0
Suffolk Co.
1,695
1
0
1
0
1,752
0
0
0
0
Westchester Co.
1,478
2
0
0
0
1,465
1
0
0
0
North Carolina
Durham Co.a
~
~
~
~
~
618
1
0
/
/
Mecklenburg Co.b
2,578
1
0
/
/
2,585
4
0
2
1
North Dakota
Cass Co.
198
0
0
0
0
175
2
0
0
0

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Appendix Table 23 (continued)
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
sexual harassment
sexual misconduct
sexual harassment
Average daily sexual misconduct
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Ohio
Cuyahoga Co. Corr. Ctr.
1,941
0
0
2
1
1,978
1
0
0
0
Franklin Co.a
2,202
0
0
1
1
2,314
0
0
/
/
Highland Co.
~
~
~
~
~
71
1
0
6
0
Lake Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
318
1
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Oregon
Clackamas Co.
~
~
~
~
~
336
1
0
0
0
Deschutes Co. Corr. Fac.
201
0
0
0
0
210
1
0
0
0
Lane Co.
330
2
0
0
0
558
2
0
1
0
Multnomah Co. Det. Fac.
1,502
12
1
4
1
1,592
14
0
5
1
Pennsylvania
Clinton Co. Prisonb
318
0
0
/
/
298
1
0
0
0
Dauphin Co. Prison
~
~
~
~
~
979
2
0
0
0
Franklin Co. Prison
358
0
0
2
0
343
0
0
0
0
Lackawanna Co. Prison
1,013
0
0
0
0
1,072
1
0
0
0
Lancaster Co. Prison
1,160
0
0
0
0
1,197
3
1
0
0
Montgomery Co Prison Corr. Fac.
1,742
0
0
0
0
1,614
1
0
0
0
Northampton Co. Dept. of Corr.
779
0
0
1
1
906
0
0
0
0
9,287
2
0
/
/
10,200
21
12
0
0
Philadelphia Prison Systemb
South Carolina
Dillon Co. Det. Ctr.
~
~
~
~
~
160
1
1
0
0
Dorchester Co.
295
1
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Orangeburg-Calhoun Reg. Det. Ctr.
~
~
~
~
~
336
1
0
1
0
Richland Co. Det. Ctr.
1,153
0
0
0
0
1,100
0
0
6
0
Spartanburg Co. Det. Fac.
~
~
~
~
~
919
0
0
1
1
York Co Moss Justice Ctr.b
425
1
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Davidson Co. Sheriffs Office
2,470
3
2
0
0
2,470
9
7
1
1
Knox Co.
979
2
0
2
0
~
~
~
~
~
Sequatchie Co.
~
~
~
~
~
90
2
0
0
0
Sevier Co.
366
1
0
1
0
305
0
0
0
0
Shelby Co. Justice Ctr.
2,678
2
1
1
0
2,733
1
0
1
0
Texas
Bexar Co. Adult Det. Ctr.a
4,211
4
0
0
0
3,176
3
0
/
/
Burnet Co.
~
~
~
~
~
89
1
0
0
0
Chambers Co.
~
~
~
~
~
114
1
0
0
0
Dallas Co.
6,157
0
0
0
0
7,180
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
382
1
0
/
/
Grayson Co.a
Harris Co.
10,891
6
1
1
1
9,657
3
0
0
0
Hunt Co. Criminal Justice Ctr.b
384
2
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Travis Co.
2,431
1
0
0
0
2,623
4
0
1
0
Utah
Davis Co.
~
~
~
~
~
736
1
1
0
0
Salt Lake Co.
2,125
1
0
7
0
1,880
9
7
2
2
Utah Co.b
646
1
1
/
/
685
0
0
0
0
Virginia
Arlington Co.
~
~
~
~
~
623
2
0
0
0
Blue Ridge Reg. Jail Authority
1,267
2
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Chesapeake City
1,133
3
1
2
0
1,109
2
0
1
1
Fairfax Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
1,325
0
0
0
0
1,311
1
0
0
0
Hampton Roads Reg. Jail
1,233
2
0
0
0
1,240
0
0
0
0
Henrico Co.
1,214
0
0
0
0
1,135
1
1
0
0
New River Valley Reg. Jail
~
~
~
~
~
650
4
0
0
0
Northwestern Reg. Adult Det. Ctr.
672
3
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~

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Appendix Table 23 (continued)
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by local jail authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
Reported staff-on-inmate Reported staff-on-inmate
sexual harassment
sexual misconduct
sexual harassment
Average daily sexual misconduct
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Virginia (continued)
Pamunkey Reg. Jail
~
~
~
~
~
455
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
722
2
2
/
/
Prince William-Manassas Reg Adult Corr. Ctr.a
Richmond City
1,527
0
0
0
0
1,564
1
0
0
0
Riverside Reg. Jail
1,192
1
1
1
0
1,146
3
2
0
0
Roanoke Cityb
716
1
1
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Southwest Virginia Reg.
1,102
0
0
0
0
1,379
1
1
0
0
Virginia Beach Municipal Corr. Ctr.
1,461
1
0
0
0
1,609
1
0
0
0
Washington
Clark Co.
~
~
~
~
~
769
5
1
1
1
King Co.
2,476
10
0
7
0
2,727
6
0
1
0
Kitsap Co. Corr. Ctr.
371
0
0
1
0
435
0
0
0
0
Pierce Co.b
1,334
4
0
/
/
1,471
3
0
0
0
Snohomish Co.
1,225
3
0
0
0
1,284
0
0
0
0
West Virginia
454
2
1
/
/
453
0
0
2
0
Kanawha Co. South Central Reg. Jailb
Raleigh Co. Southern Reg. Jailb
467
1
0
/
/
524
0
0
0
0
Wisconsin
Dunn Co.
113
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Marathon Co. Adult Det. Fac.a
~
~
~
~
~
300
1
0
/
/
Milwaukee Co.
890
0
0
0
0
947
1
1
0
0
Milwaukee Co. House of Corr.
1,841
2
0
0
0
2,247
0
0
2
0
Winnebago Co.
319
0
0
1
1
~
~
~
~
~
~Not applicable.
/Not reported.
aAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2007.
bAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2008.
cCounts of staff sexual misconduct in 2007 are based on substantiated allegations only.
dJurisdiction did not record allegations of staff sexual harassment in 2008.
eCounts of staff sexual misconduct in 2008 are based on substantiated allegations only.

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Appendix Table 24
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
Alabama
Sonoma Co.
Albertville City
~
37
Stanislaus Co.
Baldwin Co.
593
628
Tulare Co.
Bibb Co.
76
~
Tuolumne Co.
Brighton Citya
Ventura Co.
~
5
Yolo Co.
De Kalb Co.b
177
~
Yuba Co.
Etowah Co. Det. Ctr.
812
~
Colorado
Gardendale City
19
~
Adams Co. Det. Fac.
Geneva Co.
58
~
Denver Co.a,b
Madison Co. Det. Fac.
~
967
Garfield Co.
Mobile Co.
53
51
Jackson Co.
~
688
Montgomery Co. Det. Fac.a
Lincoln Co.b
Opp City
5
~
Pickens Co.c
~
91
Logan Co.
Saraland City
~
4
Mesa Co. Det. Fac.
Shelby Co.
459
~
Florida
Talledega Co.
286
~
Bradford Co.
Alaska
Clay Co.a
Columbia Co. Det. Ctr.b
Kotzebue Reg. Jail
15
~
Dixie Co.
Petersburg City
~
1
Escambia Co.
Sitka City
~
5
Hillsborough Co.a
Arizona
Apache Co.
122
~
Indian River Co.
Mohave Co.
460
525
Jackson Co. Corr. Fac.a
Jacksonville City
Navajo Co. Det. Ctr.
349
377
Lafayette Co.
Arkansas
Lake Co.a
Ashley Co.
40
~
~
493
Benton Co. Det. Fac.a
Leon Co. Det. Fac.a
Craighead Co. Det. Ctr.
311
~
Martin Co.
Crawford Co.
~
73
Okeechobee Co.
Jackson Co. Det. Ctr.
~
35
Orange Co.
Madison Co.
~
2
Osceola Co.
Mississippi Co. Det. Ctr.
157
~
Pasco Co.
Montgomery Co.
5
~
Pinellas Co.a
St. Francis Co.
~
2,796
Santa Rosa Co.a
Sebastian Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
~
381
Sarasota Co.
Washington Co. Det. Ctr.b
549
~
Seminole Co. Corr. Fac.
Yell Co.
14
~
St. Johns Co.b
California
St. Lucie Co. Main Jail
Alameda Co.
4,431
4,278
Sumter Co. Det. Ctr.
Butte Co.
472
~
Georgia
Kings Co.b
357
~
Augusta-Richmond Co.
Lake Co. Hill Road Corr. Fac.a
~
260
Bibb Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
Madera Co.
350
~
Carroll Co.
Marin Co.
309
290
Chatham Co. Adult Det. Ctr.a,e
Chattooga Co.a
Mendocino Co.
~
308
Merced Co.
769
~
Clarke Co.
Monterey Co.
1,118
1,120
Clinch Co.b
Orange Co.
6,178
6,360
Cobb Co. Sheriff’s Office Jail & Prison Unita
Placer Co.
~
595
Coweta Co.a
Sacramento Co.
4,575
2,139
Dawson Co.
1,125
1,198
San Mateo Co.c,d
Decatur Co. Corr. Inst.
Santa Barbara Co.
~
950
Dekalb Co.
Sierra Co.
2
~
Dodge Co.
Siskiyou Co.
~
83
Dougherty Co.
Solano Co.b
937
1,065
Early Co.

January 2011	

Average daily
Average daily
population, 2008 population, 2007
1,027
1,056
1,339
1,368
1,529
1,527
141
~
835
850
~
428
360
~
1,286
2,281
130
~
120
~
347

1,300
2,395
~
1,194
~
120
368

125
~
295
~
1,812
3,847
~
~
3,727
~
~
1,132
611
263
4,454
1,160
1,277
3,368
~
1,019
1,003
530
1,550
249

~
398
~
91
1,881
4,015
544
226
3,629
32
1,033
1,153
601
~
4,096
~
1,271
3,593
520
1,045
~
~
1,434
275

1,112
~
~
1,739
~
365
26
2,490
341
189
260
3,015
68
831
~

1,239
751
533
1,718
58
~
~
2,104
330
~
~
3,252
~
816
39

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Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
Effingham Co. Prison
~
242
Grant Co. Security Complex
~
18
Evans Co.c
Greene Co.
Floyd Co. Prison
739
339
Hamilton Co.
Forsyth Co.
313
~
Hancock Co.
Glynn Co. Det. Ctr.
532
~
Harrison Co.
Gordon City
0
~
Howard Co.f
Gordon Co.
249
~
Jay Co.
Gwinnett Co Dept. of Corr.
682
~
Johnson Co.
Hall Co. Det. Ctr.a
~
624
Knox Co.
~
405
Lake Co.a,f
Houston Co.a
Jackson Co.d
146
~
Marion Co.
St. Joseph Co.
Jeff Davis Co.
44
~
Jones Co.f
126
~
Vanderburgh Co.c,e
Lamar Co.
90
~
Iowa
Lee Co.
72
~
Black Hawk Co.
Liberty Co. Jail
~
247
Buena Vista Co.
Lowndes Co.
702
~
Carroll Co.
Madison Co.
~
69
Clinton Co.
McDuffie Co.
~
153
Decatur Co.
Mitchell Co. Corr. Inst.
~
140
Delaware Co.
Monroe Co.
~
134
Emmet Co.
Muscogee Co. Prisona,f
568
565
Howard Co.
Newton Co.
626
~
Marshall Co.
Pike Co.
~
3
Scott Co. Jail & Annex
Spalding Co. Corr. Inst.
~
378
Sioux Co.
Thomas Co.
~
210
Kansas
Troup Co.
465
~
Chautauqua Co.a
Troup Co. Corr. Inst.
~
351
Ford Co.
Ware Co.
383
~
Johnson Co.b
Idaho
Lane Co.b
Bonneville Co.
238
288
Linn Co.
Canyon Co.
479
~
Montgomery Co.
Idaho Co.b
10
~
Pratt Co.
Kootenai Co.
~
379
Smith Co.
Power Co.a
~
10
Kentucky
Twin Falls Co.
203
~
Boone Co.b
Illinois
Boyd Co.
Adams Co.
~
101
Breckinridge Co.b
De Kalb Co.
~
102
Campbell Co.b
Casey Co./State Jail
Kane Co.
671
615
Kankakee Co.a
~
506
Christian Co.b
Lawrence Co.
~
19
Clark Co. Det.a
McDonough Co.
34
~
Clay Co. Det. Ctr.
Macon Co.
251
~
Crittenden Co.
Monroe Co.
10
~
Graves Co.
Grayson Co. Jail & Annex
Rock Island Co.
~
266
Hardin Co. Det. Ctr.a
Saline Co. Law Enforcement & Det. Ctr.
81
~
Sangamon Co.
340
~
Laurel Co.
Stephenson Co.
134
~
Pike Co.
Vermilion Co.
~
260
Three Forks Reg. Jail
Indiana
Webster Co.
Adams Co.
65
~
Louisiana
Allen Co.
~
700
Ascension Parish Jail
Avoyelles Parish
Bartholomew Co.
154
192
Delaware Co. Justice Ctr.
318
317
Bayou Dorcheat Corr. Ctr.c
b
Elkhart Co. Security Ctr. (Jail)
747
~
Bossier Parish

46	

Average daily
Average daily
population, 2008 population, 2007
251
~
~
64
~
327
~
148
170
~
341
~
~
40
~
290
~
153
923
937
~
1,361
650
~
~
708
183
24
~
9
5
~
8
~
~
8,829
~

257
~
12
~
~
7
~
7
146
295
37

~
91
715
2
8
~
~
7

9
~
863
~
~
144
15
~

448
~
191
425
308
632
~
235
~
~
580
~
~
300
205
109

~
227
~
427
~
686
8
~
12
101
~
545
292
~
~
108

258
1,231
~
1,262

~
1,230
524
~

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Appendix Table 24 (continued)
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
Calcasieu Parish Corr. Ctr.a
1,249
1,197
Hennepin Co. Workhouse
Caldwell Parish Jails - (3 Facilities)a
318
318
Hennepin Co. Adult Det. Ctr.
Catahoula Parish Jail & Det. Fac
~
22
Itasca Co.
De Soto Parish Jail
110
~
Koochiching Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
East Baton Rouge Prisona
1,671
1,606
Lyon Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
688
1,125
East Carroll Det. Ctr.a
Marshall Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
Evangeline Parish Jail
~
72
Nobles Co.a
Iberia Parish Jailb
485
~
Olmsted Co.
Jefferson Parish Jail
~
839
Otter Tail Co. Det. Ctr.
La Salle Parish Jail
~
23
Ramsey Co. Corr. Fac.
Morehouse Parish Jaila
160
535
Mississippi
Morgan City
59
~
Calhoun Co.
New Orleans Parish Prison System
2,570
2,685
Carroll/Montgomery Region Corr. Ctr.
Ouachita Parish Corr. Fac.
900
~
Clarke Co.b
Pointe Coupee Parish Det. Ctr.
174
~
Clay Co.
Rapides Parish
272
~
Harrison Co.
Richland Parish Det. Ctr.b
854
840
Hinds Co.a
Sherman Walker Corr. Ctr.
~
298
Holmes-Humphrey Reg. Corr. Fac
St. Charles Parish Jail
532
~
Jackson Co.b
St. Landry Parish Jail
~
23
Jefferson Franklin Corr. Fac.
St. Tammany Parish
~
746
Lafayette Co.a
Terrebonne Parish Jail
670
~
Lauderdale Co.
Union Parish Det. Ctr.
360
347
Leake Co. Corr. Fac.
Maine
Leflore Co.
Hancock Co.
44
~
Rankin Co.a,d
Kennebec Co.
~
170
Walthall Co.
Maryland
Webster Co.
Baltimore Cityb
4,113
3,899
Winstonchoctaw Reg. Corr. Fac.
Charles Co. Det. Ctr.
377
~
Missouri
Harford Co. Det. Ctr.
461
400
Arnold Municipal Citya
Prince Georges Co. Corr. Ctr.
1,385
1,486
Belton City
Worcester Co.
253
~
Clay Co. Det. Ctr.
Massachusetts
Douglas Co.
Hampshire Co. Jail & House of Corr.b
288
~
Franklin Co.b
Norfolk Co.
~
702
Greene Co.f
Plymouth Co. House of Corr. & Jail
1,516
1,596
Jackson Co. Det. Ctr.
Michigan
Lincoln Co.a,g
Antrim Co.
40
~
Marion Co.
Bay Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
~
219
Montgomery Co.
Benzie Co.
~
31
Ozark Co.
Calhoun Co.
497
~
St. Charles Co.
Cass Co.
~
126
Stoddard Co.
Emmet Co.
86
~
Montana
672
685
Ingham Co.b,f
Cascade Co. Reg. Jail
Kalamazoo Co.b
324
365
Fallon Co.a
Kent Co.a
1,307
1,352
Flathead Co. Det. Ctr.c
Mecosta Co.
~
86
Missoula Co.
Monroe Co.
328
~
Pondera Co.
Saginaw Co.a
~
516
Sanders Co.
St. Clair Co.
428
408
Nebraska
St. Joseph Co.
269
~
Box Butte Co.b
Wayne Co.a
2,185
2,713
Douglas Dept. of Corr.
Minnesota
Hamilton Co.
Anoka Co.
228
~
Harlan Co.
Beltrami Co.
~
121
Lancaster Co.
Dakota Co.
~
335
Morrill Co.
Thayer Co.

January 2011	

Average daily
Average daily
population, 2008 population, 2007
~
582
728
~
83
~
14
~
~
30
~
10
~
57
~
280
58
~
398
~
~
337
44
~
1,160
1,042
379
412
296
~
~
361
125
416
~
12
~

47
~
~
10
1,150
931
~
~
~
130
270
373
~
58
22
~
350

~
10
322
~
121
539
~
~
6
~
16
~
65

7
~
~
19
~
~
784
147
~
76
~
329
~

380
~
~
314
6
~

~
1
92
337
~
20

16
1,148
~
~
450
~
3

~
1,041
6
3
474
13
~

47

Appendix Table 24 (continued)
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
Nevada
Ohio
North Las Vegas Det. Corr. Ctr.
~
869
Butler Co.
New Hampshire
Clermont Co.
Hillsborough Co. House of Corr.
583
~
Clinton Co.
Rockingham Co. Jail & House of Corr.
332
~
Crawford Co.
New Jersey
Delaware Co.
Bergen Co. Jail & Annex
~
970
Fayette Co.b
Burlington Co.
~
703
Greene Co.
Hamilton Co.
Camden Co. Corr. Fac.
1,640
1,608
Cumberland Co.
580
~
Lorain Co.
Mahoning Co.
Gloucester Co.
373
~
Somerset Co. Jail & Annex
~
324
Miami Co.a
Muskingum Co.
New Mexico
Niles City
Catron Co.
~
4
Noble Co.
Curry Co.
37
~
Richland Co.
Dona Ana Co. Det. Ctr.
852
~
Summit Co. Jail & Glenwood Annexb
Lea Co.
~
299
Oklahoma
Luna Co.
~
392
Carter Co.
Roosevelt Co.
79
~
Comanche Co.a
Sandoval Co.
396
~
Grady Co.
San Juan Co. Det. Ctr.
~
606
Latimer Co.
New York
Midwest City
Albany Co. Corr. Fac.
687
762
79
~
Muldrow Citya
Chenango Co.b
b
Erie Co. Holding Ctr.
1,364
~
Muskogee Co. City Det. Ctr.
Erie Couny Corr. Fac.
~
1,469
Oklahoma Co.
Jefferson Co.
142
~
Roger Mills Co.
Madison Co.b
Rogers Co.b
3
~
Monroe Co.
1,343
1,450
Stephens Co.a
Montgomery Co.
~
126
Washington Co.f
Niagara Co.d
489
~
Woodward Co.
Oneida Co. Corr. Fac.
~
468
Oregon
Onondaga Co. Dept. of Corr.
474
~
Marion Co.b
Rockland Co. Corr. Ctr.
~
262
Polk Co.
Schenectady Co.
305
317
Pennsylvania
Allegheny Co.a
St. Lawrence Co.
~
112
Tioga Co.
~
83
Berks Co. Prison
North Carolina
Blair Co. Prisond
Buncombe Co.
409
475
Bucks Co.
Cabarrus Co.
~
217
Centre Co. Prison
Duplin Co.
~
16
Clearfield Co. Prison
Edgecombe Co.
282
260
Erie Co.
Forsyth Co.
891
~
Greene Co. Prison
Gaston Co.
541
517
Lebanon Co. Corr. Fac.b
Guilford Co.
~
926
Lehigh Co.
Lee Co.a
~
161
Washington Co.
McDowell Co.b
104
~
South Carolina
Moore Co.
129
~
Abbeville Co. Det. Ctr.
Pamlico Co.
~
87
Aiken Co. Dt. Ctr.
Anderson Co.
Richmond Co.
86
87
Robeson Co.
377
~
Beaufort Co. Det. Ctr.
Rowan Co.
274
~
Berkeley Co. Det. Ctr.
Vance Co.
~
153
Charleston Co.a,b
Wake Co.
1,331
1,211
Horry Co. Det. Ctr.b
b
Wilson Co.
220
~
Pickens Co.
North Dakota
171
159
Grand Forks Co. Corr. Ctr.b
Pembina Co.f
7
~

48	

Average daily
Average daily
population, 2008 population, 2007
1,042
304
19
111
163
52
~
2,019
427
561
~
~
2
~
~
658

1,101
~
~
112
~
~
381
2,086
450
527
104
154
~
20
152
~

~
291
334
100
~
~
~
2,281
~
192
~
102
31

185
298
~
~
48
6
287
2,369
17
~
108
91
~

501
~

~
115

2,749
1,109
304
780
~
135
632
~
518
1,169
413

2,650
1,304
~
1,180
212
~
~
105
538
1,181
~

61
422
428
300
~
1,694
656
~

~
~
~
~
362
1,762
~
96

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Appendix Table 24 (continued)
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
South Dakota
Wichita Co.d
Bon Homme Co.
~
6
Zavala Co.
Hughes Co.
48
~
Utah
Meade Co.
~
45
Beaver Co.
Minnehaha Co.a,b
520
520
Cache Co.a
Pennington Co. Jail
420
~
Tooele Co.
Winner Cityg
~
63
Weber Co. Corr. Fac.a
b
Carroll Co.
Virginia
76
74
Accomack Co.
Greene Co.
366
~
Albemarle-Charlottesville Reg. Jailb
Lawrence Co.
130
~
Alexandria City Det. Ctr.b
Lincoln Co.
125
~
Botetourt Co.b
Madison Co. Penal Farm
~
80
Central Virginia Reg. Jail
Rutherford Co.
771
~
Danville City
Shelby Co. Corr. Ctr.
2,960
2,960
Danville City Prison Farma,b
Sullivan Co.
675
584
Middle River Reg. Jail
~
616
Sumner Co.a
Newport News City
Warren Co.
212
~
519
~
Norfolk Municipal Jail
Washington Co.d,h
Williamson Co.a,b
311
341
Northern Neck Reg. Jail
Wilson Co.
~
250
Patrick Co.
Texas
Peumansend Creek Reg. Jaila
Angelina Co.
258
~
Rappahannock Co.
Bell Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
672
~
Rappahannock Reg. Jail & Annexb
Brazos Co.
553
~
Roanoke Co.
Caldwell Co.
~
168
Rockingham Reg. Jail
Cameron Co.a
100
971
Virginia Peninsula Reg. Jail
Collin Co.
897
~
Washington
Denton Co. Det. Ctr.
1,121
1,065
Asotin Co.
Ector Co.a,b
583
594
Benton Co.
Edwards Co.
9
~
Buckley Cityb
El Paso Co. Det. Fac.
2,209
2,220
Kent Citya
Guadalupe Co. Det. Ctr.
378
460
Kirkland City
Hays Co.
315
~
Skagit Co.
Hidalgo Co. Adult Det. Ctr.a,b
1,132
1,185
Spokane Co. Geiger Corr. Ctr.
Hood Co.
161
~
Whatcom Co.
Jasper Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.
~
62
West Virginia
Jefferson Co. Det. Ctr.a
924
1,176
Marshall Co. Northern Reg. Jail & Corr. Complex
Lipscomb Co.
~
2
North Central Reg. Jail
Lubbock Co.
724
1,000
Tygart Valley Reg. Jail
McLennan Co.
869
860
Western Reg. Jailg
Maverick Co.
~
230
Wisconsin
~
280
Adams Co.
Midland Co.a
Mills Co.
7
~
Barron Co. Justice Ctr.
Montgomery Co.
815
1,112
Brown Co.a
Nueces Co.
950
~
Burnett Co. Law Enforcement Ctr.b
Parker Co.b
310
~
Dane Co.
Randall Co.
~
272
Dodge Co.
Rusk Co.b
89
88
Eau Claire Co.
San Patricio Co.
192
~
Ozaukee Co.
Shelby Co.
~
51
Racine Co.b
a
Sherman Co.
~
2
Richland Co.
Tarrant Co.c
3,333
3,377
Rock Co.
Tom Green Co.
~
415
Shawano Co.b
Upton Co.
38
~
Waukesha Co.
Victoria Co.b
450
~
Walker Co.
~
130

January 2011	

Average daily
Average daily
population, 2008 population, 2007
435
435
9
~
370
~
~
973

~
306
119
770

~
520
540
91
372
~
149
651
629
1,638
451
27
275
~
1,017
286
~
~

113
538
~
~
395
208
164
~
~
1,727
~
~
288
16
1,003
~
295
489

~
672
22
~
~
237
510
428

47
~
~
139
7
~
562
~

~
517
356
~

314
~
~
461

~
~
~
30
926
462
~
~
788
~
~
510
655

64
123
770
~
~
463
274
220
~
27
521
~
~

49

Appendix Table 24 (continued)
Local jail authorities with no reported allegations of staff-on inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007
Wyoming
Fremont Co.
~
166
Laramie Co.
222
~
Natrona Co. Det. Ctr.a
~
297
Platte Co.
97
~
Sheridan Co.
90
~
~
119
Sweetwater Co.a
~ Not applicable. Facility not sampled in survey year.
aAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual
misconduct in 2007.
bAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual
misconduct in 2008.
cJurisdiction did not record allegations of staff sexual harassment in 2007.
dJurisdiction did not record allegations of staff sexual harassment in 2008.
eJurisdiction did not record allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2007.
fCounts of staff sexual misconduct in 2008 are based on substantiated allegations only.
gCounts of staff sexual misconduct in 2007 are based on substantiated allegations only.
hJurisdiction did not record allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2008.

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Appendix Table 25
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by private prison and jail authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Average Reported inmate-on-inmate Reported inmate-on-inmate
Average Reported inmate-on-inmate Reported inmate-on-inmate
nonconsensual sexual acts
abusive sexual contacts
nonconsensual sexual acts
abusive sexual contacts
daily
daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Total
/
56
6
14
4
/
58
6
27
0
Arizona
Eloy Det. Ctr. (CCA)
1,456
0
0
1
0
1,449
3
0
1
0
Colorado
Bent Co. Corr. Fac. (CCA)
847
1
0
1
0
~
~
~
~
~
High Plains Corr. Fac. (GRW/CCI)a,b
~
~
~
~
~
244
8
0
19
0
Florida
Bay Corr. Inst. (CCA)
25
2
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Lake City Corr. Fac.(CCA)
906
4
0
0
0
891
3
0
0
0
South Bay Corr. Fac. (GEO)c
1,858
4
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Georgia
Coffee Corr. Fac.(CCA)c,d
1,691
~
~
/
/
1,690
10
0
/
/
D. Ray James Prison
1,796
0
0
2
0
1,728
0
0
0
0
Wheeler Corr. Fac. (CCA)d,e
1,692
1
0
/
/
1,680
3
0
/
/
Idaho
Idaho Corr. Fac. (CCA)c
1,493
0
0
/
/
1,464
0
0
1
0
Illinois
Substance Abuse Services-Marion
(FWHS)
39
0
0
1
0
~
~
~
~
~
Kansas
Leavenworth Det. Ctr. (CCA)
1,057
1
0
0
0
962
0
0
0
0
Kentucky
Lee Adjustment Ctr. (CCA)
684
2
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Louisiana
Allen Corr. Ctr. (GEO)b
1,469
0
0
0
0
1,530
2
0
0
0
Mississippi
East Mississippi Corr. Fac.(GEO)
950
2
0
2
1
870
2
1
0
0
Tallahatchie Co. Corr. Fac. (CCA)
1,685
0
0
0
0
1,500
5
0
2
0
Walnut Grove Youth Corr. Fac. (CCI)
1,019
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Montana
Helena Pre-Release Ctr. (BACS)
92
1
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
New Mexico
Lea Co. Corr. Fac. (GEO)f
1,238
1
0
0
0
1,240
0
0
0
0
Ohio
Oriana House, Inc.
16
2
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Oklahoma
Cimarron Corr. Fac. (CCA)
993
5
2
0
0
1,021
6
3
0
0
David L. Moss Criminal Justice Ctr.g
1,425
1
1
3
3
1,517
0
0
0
0
Davis Corr. Fac.(CCA)
1,062
6
0
1
0
~
~
~
~
~
Diamondback Corr. Fac. (CCA)
2,150
1
0
0
0
2,093
0
0
0
0
Lawton Corr. Fac. (GEO)e
2,480
8
2
/
/
2,498
8
0
2
0
Tennessee
Hardeman Co. Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
1,963
2
0
0
0
1,962
0
0
0
0
South Central Ctr. (CCA)
1,633
4
0
2
0
1,642
5
1
2
0
Whiteville Corr. Fac. (CCA)c
1,489
2
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Texas
Big Spring Corr. Ctr. (CCI)c,d
3,389
0
0
/
/
2,835
2
1
/
/
Bradshaw State Jail (CCA)c
1,970
3
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Dalby Corr. Ctr. (MTC)
1,875
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Eden Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
1,495
0
0
0
0
1,540
1
0
0
0

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Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by private prison and jail authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Average Reported inmate-on-inmate Reported inmate-on-inmate
Average Reported inmate-on-inmate Reported inmate-on-inmate
nonconsensual sexual acts
abusive sexual contacts
nonconsensual sexual acts
abusive sexual contacts
daily
daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Virginia
Lawrenceville Corr. Ctr. (GEO)
1,557
1
0
1
0
1,554
0
0
0
0
~Not applicable.
/Not reported.
BACS—Boyd Andrew Community Services
CCA—Corrections Corp. of America
CCI—Cornell Companies, Inc.
FWHS—Franklin-Williamson Human Services, Inc.
GEO—The GEO Group, Inc.
MTC—Management & Training Corp.
SMBH—Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health
aCornell Companies, Inc. took over management of the Brush Correctional Facility from GRW Corporation in May 2007. It was renamed High Plains Correctional Facility.
bCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007 are based on substantiated allegations only.
cAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008.
dAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007.
eFacility did not record allegations of abusive sexual contact in 2008.
fCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008 are based on completed acts only.
gFacility is currently operated locally.

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Appendix Table 26
Private prison and jail authorities with no reported allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008
population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008
Arizona
New Jersey
Arizona State Prison - Florence West (GEO)
698
~
Bo Robinson Education & Training Ctr. (CEC)
~
Arizona State Prison - Kingman (MTC)
1,490
~
Hope Hall (VOA)c
170
Arizona State Prison - Phoenix West (GEO)
479
512
Talbot Hall (CEC)
499
California
New Mexico
2,621
692
Cibola Co. Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
1,138
California City Corr. Ctr. (CCA)a,b
Central Valley Community Corr. Fac. (GEO)
585
600
Dismas Charities - Las Cruces (DCI)
73
Desert View Community Corr. Fac. (GEO)
584
~
New Mexico Women’s Corr. Fac. (CCA)c
563
Taft Corr. Inst. (MTC)a
2,355
2,316
Valencia Co. Adult Det. Ctr. - Cornell Corr.
~
Colorado
North Carolina
Crowley Co. Corr. Fac.(CCA)c
1,630
~
Rivers Corr. Inst. (GEO)
1,298
Kit Carson Co. Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
960
749
Ohio
Phoenix Ctr. Adams Co. Community Corr. (CEC)c
228
~
Alvis House Cope Ctr.e
~
Tooley Hall (CEC)
59
~
Lake Erie Corr. Inst. (MTC)
1,484
Women’s Remediation Ctr. (CC)c
308
~
N.E. Ohio Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
1,982
Connecticut
North Coast Corr. Treatment Fac. (MTC)
~
Berman Treatment Ctr. (CSI)
17
~
Oklahoma
Florida
Carver Corr. Ctr. (ACS)
277
Citrus Co. Det. Fac. (CCA)
646
~
Catalyst Behavioral Services - Ivanhoe
102
Gadsden Corr. Fac. (CCA)
137
1,273
Great Plains Corr. Fac. (CCI)
1,153
Hillsborough Co. (CSC)
92
~
Pennsylvania
Moore Haven Corr. Fac. (GEO)
15
~
Kintock - Philadelphia
338
McRae Corr. Fac. (CCA)
1,724
~
Tennessee
Illinois
Salvation Army Ctr.
47
Southwood Interventions (CCI)a
~
101
Texas
Kentucky
B.M. Moore Corr. Ctr. (MTC)
499
Dismas Charities-Portland (DCI)
218
~
Bartlett (CCA)
1,046
Marion Adjustment Ctr. (CCA)a
~
790
Bridgeport Corr. Ctr. (GEO)
519
Louisiana
Bridgeport PPT (CCA)
200
C.I.N.C., Inc.
180
~
Country Rehab. Ctr., Inc. of Tyler
~
Winn Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
1,461
~
Dawson State Jail (CCA)
2,188
Minnesota
Estes Unit (MTC)
1,036
Prairie Corr. Fac. (CCA)c
1,413
~
Kyle Unit (CEC)
519
Mississippi
Liberty Co. Jail (CEC)
318
Delta Corr. Fac.(CCA)
968
970
Limestone Co. Det. Ctr. (CEC)c
1,005
Wilkinson Co. Corr. Ctr.(CCA)
988
~
Lindsey State Jail (CCA)
1,027
Missouri
Lockhart PPT (GEO)
~
S.E. Missouri Comm. Treatment Ctr. (SMBH)c
38
~
Mineral Wells PPT (CCA)
2,056
Montana
Reeves Co. Det. Ctr. (GEO)c,f
2,175
c
Alpha House (AI)
158
~
Reeves Co. Det. Ctr. III
1,350
Willacy Co. State Jail (CCA)
1,065
ACS—Avalon Correctional Services, Inc.
CEC—Community Education Centers, Inc.
AI—Alternatives, Inc.
CSC—Correctional Services Corp.
CC—ComCor, Inc.
CSI—Community Solutions, Inc.
CCA—Corrections Corp. of America
DCI—Dismas Charities, Inc.
CCI—Cornell Companies, Inc.
GEO—The GEO Group, Inc.
~Not applicable.
aAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007.
bFacility did not record allegations of abusive sexual contact in 2008.
cAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008.
dFacility is currently closed.
eCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007 are based on substantiated allegations only.
fCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008 are based on substantiated allegations only.

January 2011	

Average daily
population, 2007
495
~
~
~
~
576
163
~
22
~
~
649
~
92
~
337
~
~
1,003
518
~
46
2,182
~
~
~
997
~
997
2,085
2,147
~
1,059

MTC—Management & Training Corp.
SMBH—Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health
VOA—Volunteers of America - Delaware Valley

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Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by private prison and jail authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
staff sexual harassment
staff sexual misconduct
staff sexual harassment
Average staff sexual misconduct
Average
with inmates
of inmates
with inmates
of inmates
daily
daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Total
/
59
20
8
1
/
29
7
5
0
Arizona
Eloy Det. Ctr. (CCA)
1,456
2
0
0
0
1,449
1
0
0
0
California
Taft Corr. Inst. (MTC)a
2,355
1
0
0
0
2,316
0
0
/
/
Colorado
Crowley Co. Corr. Fac.(CCA)
1,630
4
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
High Plains Corr. Fac. (GRW/CCI)b,c
~
~
~
~
~
244
1
0
0
0
Kit Carson Co. Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
960
0
0
0
0
749
4
0
1
0
Florida
Gadsden Corr. Fac. (CCA)
137
3
1
0
0
1,273
0
0
0
0
Lake City Corr. Fac.(CCA)
906
1
0
0
0
891
1
1
0
0
15
1
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Moore Haven Corr. Fac. (GEO)d
South Bay Corr. Fac. (GEO)
1,858
1
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Georgia
Coffee Corr. Fac.(CCA)
1,691
1
0
1
0
1,690
0
0
0
0
D. Ray James Prisona
1,796
3
0
1
0
1,728
0
0
/
/
McRae Corr. Fac. (CCA)
1,724
1
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Idaho
Idaho Corr. Fac. (CCA)
1,493
1
0
0
0
1,464
1
0
0
0
Illinois
Substance Abuse Services-Marion (FWHS)
39
2
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Kansas
Leavenworth Det. Ctr. (CCA)
1,057
2
1
0
0
962
0
0
0
0
Kentucky
Lee Adjustment Ctr. (CCA)
684
4
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Marion Adjustment Ctr. (CCA)a
~
~
~
~
~
790
2
1
/
/
Louisiana
Winn Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
1,461
3
3
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Minnesota
Prairie Corr. Fac. (CCA)d
1,413
1
1
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Mississippi
Delta Corr. Fac.(CCA)
968
1
0
0
0
970
1
1
2
0
Marshall Co. Corr. Fac. (GEO)e
900
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Wilkinson Co. Corr. Ctr.(CCA)
988
2
0
2
0
~
~
~
~
~
New Mexico
New Mexico Women’s Corr. Fac. (CCA)
563
4
0
1
1
576
0
0
0
0
North Carolina
Rivers Corr. Inst. (GEO)
1,298
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Ohio
Lake Erie Corr. Inst. (MTC)
1,484
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
N.E. Ohio Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
1,982
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Oklahoma
Catalyst Behavioral Services - Ivanhoe
102
0
0
0
0
92
1
0
0
0
David L. Moss Criminal Justice Ctr.a,f
1,425
1
1
0
0
1,517
2
0
/
/
Diamondback Corr. Fac. (CCA)
2,150
2
2
0
0
2,093
2
2
1
0
Lawton Corr. Fac. (GEO)d
2,480
1
0
/
/
2,498
2
0
0
0
Pennsylvania
Kintock - Philadelphiad
338
0
0
/
/
337
2
0
0
0
Tennessee
South Central Ctr. (CCA)
1,633
3
1
0
0
1,642
2
1
0
0
Whiteville Corr. Fac. (CCA)
1,489
1
1
0
0
~
~
~
~
~

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Appendix table 27 (continued)
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported by private prison and jail authorities, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
staff sexual harassment
staff sexual misconduct
staff sexual harassment
Average staff sexual misconduct
Average
with inmates
of inmates
with inmates
of inmates
daily
daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Texas
Big Spring Corr. Ctr. (CCI)a
3,389
3
3
0
0
2,835
2
1
/
/
Eden Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
1,495
2
1
0
0
1,540
0
0
0
0
Liberty Co. Jail (CEC)
318
2
2
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Virginia
Lawrenceville Corr. Ctr. (GEO)
1,557
2
0
3
0
1,554
5
0
1
0
~Not applicable.
/Not reported.
CCA—Corrections Corp. of America
CCI—Cornell Companies, Inc.
CEC—Community Education Centers, Inc.
GEO—The GEO Group, Inc.
aAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2007.
bCornell Companies, Inc. took over management of the Brush Correctional Facility from GRW Corporation in May 2007. It was renamed High Plains Correctional Facility.
cCounts of staff sexual misconduct in 2007 are based on substantiated allegations only.
dAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2008.
eFacility is currently closed.
fFacility is currently operated locally.

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Appendix Table 28
Private prison and jail authorities with no reported allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization, 2007-2008
Average daily
Average daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population, 2008 population, 2007 Jurisdiction and facility
Arizona
New Mexico
Arizona State Prison - Florence West (GEO)
698
~
Cibola Co. Corr. Ctr (CCA)
Arizona State Prison - Kingman (MTC)
1,490
~
Dismas Charities-Las Cruces (DCI)
Arizona State Prison - Phoenix West (GEO)
479
512
Lea Co. Corr. Fac. (GEO)
California
Valencia Co. Adult Det. Ctr. - Cornell Corr.
California City Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
2,621
692
Ohio
Central Valley Community Corr. Fac. (GEO)
585
600
Alvis House Cope Ctr.
Desert View Community Corr. Fac. (GEO)
584
~
North Coast Corr. Treatment Fac. (MTC)
Colorado
Oriana House, Inc.
Bent Co. Corr. Fac. (CCA)
847
~
Oklahoma
Phoenix Ctr. Adams Co. Comm. Corr. (CEC)a
228
~
Carver Corr. Ctr. (ACS)a,c
Tooley Hall (CEC)
59
~
Cimarron Corr. Fac. (CCA)
Women’s Remediation Ctr. (CC)
308
~
Davis Corr. Fac.(CCA)
Connecticut
Great Plains Corr. Fac. (CCI)
Berman Treatment Ctr. (CSI)
17
~
Pennsylvania
Florida
George W. Hill Corr. Fac. (CEC)
Bay Corr. Inst. (CCA)
25
~
Tennessee
Citrus Co. Det. Fac. (CCA)
646
~
Hardeman Co. Corr. Ctr. (CCA)
Hillsborough Co. (CSC)
92
~
Salvation Army Ctr.
Georgia
Texas
Wheeler Corr. Fac. (CCA)a,b
1,692
1,680
B.M. Moore Corr. Ctr. (MTC)
Illinois
Bartlett (CCA)
Southwood Interventions (CCI)b
~
101
Bradshaw State Jail (CCA)a
Kentucky
Bridgeport PPT (CCA)
Dismas Charities-Portland (DCI)
218
~
Country Rehab. Ctr., Inc. of Tylerb
Louisiana
Dalby Corr. Ctr. (MTC)
Allen Corr. Ctr. (GEO)
1,469
1,530
Dawson State Jail (CCA)
C.I.N.C., Inc.
180
~
Estes Unit (MTC)
Mississippi
Houston/Reid Facility (CCI)a
East Mississippi Corr. Fac.(GEO)
950
870
Kyle Unit (CEC)
Tallahatchie Co. Corr. Fac. (CCA)
1,685
1,500
Limestone Co. Det. Ctr. (CEC)a
Walnut Grove Youth Corr. Fac. (CCI)
1,019
~
Lindsey State Jail (CCA)
Missouri
Lockhart PPT (GEO)
Southeast Missouri Comm. Treatment Ctr. (SMBH)
38
~
Mineral Wells PPT (CCA)
Montana
Reeves Co. Det. Ctr. (GEO)
Alpha House (AI)a
158
~
Reeves Co. Det. Ctr. III
Helena Pre-Release Ctr. (BACS)a
92
~
Willacy Co. State Jail (CCA)
New Jersey
Bo Robinson Education & Training Ctr. (CEC)b
~
495
Hope Hall (VOA)
170
~
Talbot Hall (CEC)
499
~
ACS—Avalon Correctional Services, Inc.
AI—Alternatives, Inc.
BACS—Boyd Andrew Community Services
CC—ComCor, Inc.
CCA—Corrections Corp. of America

CCI—Cornell Companies, Inc.
CEC—Community Education Centers, Inc
CSC—Correctional Services Corp.
CSI—Community Solutions, Inc.
DCI—Dismas Charities, Inc.

Average daily
Average daily
population, 2008 population, 2007
1,138
73
1,238
~

~
~
1,240
163

~
~
16

22
649
~

277
993
1,062
1,153

~
1,021
~
~

~

1,877

1,963
47

1,962
~

499
1,046
1,970
519
~
1,875
2,188
1,036
306
519
1,005
1,027
~
2,056
2,175
1,350
1,065

~
1,003
~
518
46
~
2,182
~
~
~
997
~
997
2,085
2,147
~
1,059

GEO—The GEO Group, Inc.
MTC—Management & Training Corp.
SMBH—Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health
VOA—Volunteers of America - Delaware Valley

~Not applicable.
aAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2008.
bAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2007.
cCounts of staff sexual misconduct in 2008 are based on substantiated allegations only.

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Appendix Table 29
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization reported in other correctional facilties, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-oninmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
inmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
Average
Average
sexual acts
sexual contacts
sexual acts
sexual contacts
daily
daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
U.S. Military
Total
1,798
1
0
1
1
1,844
0
0
1
0
Air Force
40
0
0
0
0
53
0
0
0
0
Army
811
1
0
0
0
974
0
0
0
0
Marines
431
0
0
0
0
381
0
0
1
0
Navy
516
0
0
1
1
436
0
0
0
0
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
607
0
0
/
/
543
0
0
0
0
ICE - Florence (AZ)a
ICE - El Centro (CA)a,b
470
0
0
/
/
454
0
0
/
/
ICE - San Diego (CA)
662
1
0
0
0
671
1
0
0
0
ICE - Aurora (CO)
388
1
1
0
0
397
0
0
0
0
ICE - Broward Transitional Ctr. (FL)
581
0
0
0
0
.
.
.
.
.
ICE - Miami (FL)
~
~
~
~
~
677
0
0
0
0
ICE - Stewart Det. Ctr. (GA)a
1,670
0
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
ICE - Elizabeth (NJ)
258
0
0
0
0
270
0
0
0
0
ICE - Batavia (NY)
554
0
0
0
0
504
0
0
0
0
ICE - Varick Federal Det. Fac. (NY)
225
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
ICE - Aguadilla (PR)
~
~
~
40
0
0
0
0
800
0
0
0
0
800
0
0
/
/
ICE - El Paso (TX)b
ICE - Houston (TX)c
836
0
0
0
0
853
0
0
0
0
ICE - Laredo (TX)
341
0
0
0
0
369
0
0
0
0
ICE - Port Isabel Service Processing Ctr. (TX)
700
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
ICE - South Texas Det. Fac. (TX)
1,803
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
ICE - Willacy Det. Ctr. (TX)
1,451
1
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
956
0
0
/
/
980
0
0
0
0
ICE - Tacoma (WA)a
Jails in Indian Country
Colorado River Indian Tribes Adult Det. Ctr. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
~
38
0
0
0
0
Gila River Dept. of Rehab. & Supervision - Adult (AZ)
167
0
0
0
0
186
0
0
0
0
27
0
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Navajo Nation - Chinle (AZ)a
Navajo Nation - Kayenta Police Dept. & Holding Fac. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
~
7
0
0
0
0
Navajo Nation - Shiprock Police Dept. & Adult Det. (AZ)a
77
0
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Navajo Nation - Window Rock Adult Det. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
~
21
0
0
0
0
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Dept. of Corr. - Adult & Juv. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
~
65
0
0
0
0
San Carlos Dept. of Corr. & Rehabilitation - Adult (AZ)
107
0
0
0
0
1,284
0
0
0
0
Supai Law Enforcement & Holding Fac. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
0
Tohono O’Odham Tribe Adult Det. Ctr. (AZ)
145
0
0
0
0
145
0
0
0
0
Truxton Canyon Adult Det. Ctr. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
~
102
0
0
0
0
White Mountain Apache Det. Ctr. (AZ)
65
0
0
0
0
65
0
0
0
0
Chief Ignacio Justice Ctr. Adult Det. (CO)
~
~
~
~
~
41
0
0
0
0
Fort Hall Police Dept. & Adult Det. Ctr. (ID)
~
~
~
~
~
19
0
0
0
0
Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Police Dept. & Adult Det. Ctr. (MI)
~
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
0
Red Lake Tribal Justice Ctr. Adult Det. (MN)
~
~
~
~
~
38
0
0
0
0
Choctaw Justice Complex Adult Det. (MS)
~
~
~
~
~
35
0
0
0
0
Blackfeet Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)
~
~
~
~
~
22
0
0
0
0
Crow Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)
~
~
~
~
~
7
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
4
0
0
/
/
Flathead Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)b
Fort Peck Police Dept. & Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)
28
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
Northern Cheyenne Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)
~
~
~
~
~
35
0
0
0
0
Omaha Tribal Police Dept. & Adult Det. (MT)
~
~
~
~
~
22
0
0
0
0
Acoma Tribal Police & Holding Fac. (NM)
~
~
~
~
~
3
0
0
0
0
Jicarilla Apache Police Dept. (NM)
~
~
~
~
~
27
0
0
0
0
Navajo Nation - Crownpoint Adult Det. (NM)
~
~
~
~
~
14
0
0
0
0
Navajo Nation - Shiprock Police Dept. & Adult Det. (NM)
~
~
~
~
~
36
0
0
0
0
Zuni Adult Det. Ctr. (NM)
~
~
~
~
~
23
0
0
0
0
Fort Totten L.E. & Adult Det. Ctr. (ND)
~
~
~
~
~
4
0
0
0
0
Gerald Tex Fox Justice Ctr. Adult Det. (ND)
~
~
~
~
~
5
0
0
0
0
Standing Rock L.E. & Adult Det. (ND)
45
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~

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Appendix Table 29 (continued)
Allegations of inmate-on-inmate sexual victimization reported in other correctional facilties, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-onReported inmate-oninmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
inmate nonconsensual
inmate abusive
Average
Average
sexual acts
sexual contacts
sexual acts
sexual contacts
daily
daily
Jurisdiction and facility
population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated population Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Jails in Indian Country (continued)
Turtle Mountain L.E. & Adult Det. (ND)a
25
0
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
~
Warm Springs Police Dept. & Adult Det. Ctr. (OR)
51
0
0
0
0
53
0
0
0
0
Cheyenne River Sioux Adult Det. Ctr. (SD)
~
~
~
~
~
8
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
~
35
0
0
/
/
Kyle Police Dept. & Adult Det. (SD)b
Lower Brule Justice Ctr. - Adult Det. (SD)
~
~
~
~
~
5
0
0
0
0
Oglala Sioux Tribal Offenders Fac. (SD)
~
~
~
~
~
85
0
0
0
0
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Police Dept. & Adult Det. (SD)
~
~
~
~
~
56
0
0
0
0
Chehalis Tribal Police Dept. & Adult Det. Ctr. (WA)
~
~
~
~
~
10
0
0
0
0
Colville Adult Det. Ctr. (WA)
30
0
0
0
0
46
0
0
0
0
Makah Public Safety-Adult Det. (WA)
~
~
~
~
~
4
0
0
0
0
Nisqually Adult Corrections (WA)a
57
0
0
/
/
65
0
0
0
0
Puyallup Tribal Law Enforcement & Adult Det. (WA)b
~
~
~
~
~
8
0
0
/
/
Quinault Nation Police Dept. & Holding Fac. (WA)
~
~
~
~
~
2
0
0
0
0
Spokane Adult Det. Ctr. (WA)
~
~
~
~
~
17
0
0
0
0
Menominee Police Dept. & Det. Ctr. (WI)
~
~
~
~
~
48
0
0
0
0
Wind River Adult Det. Ctr. (WY)
15
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
~Not applicable.
/Not reported.
aAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008.
bAllegations of abusive sexual contacts could not be counted separately from allegations of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2007.
cCounts of nonconsensual sexual acts in 2008 are based on substantiated allegations only.

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Appendix Table 30
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported in other correctional facilties, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
staff sexual misconduct
staff sexual harassment
staff sexual misconduct
staff sexual harassment
with inmates
of inmates
with inmates
of inmates
Jurisdiction and facility
Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
U.S. Military
Total
4
4
0
0
2
1
0
0
Air Force
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Army
4
4
0
0
1
1
0
0
Marines
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Navy
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
ICE - Florence (AZ)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ICE - El Centro (CA)a,b
0
0
/
/
0
0
/
/
ICE - San Diego (CA)
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
ICE - Aurora (CO)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ICE - Broward Transitional Ctr. (FL)
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
ICE - Miami (FL)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
ICE - Stewart Det. Ctr. (GA)b
0
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
ICE - Elizabeth (NJ)
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
ICE - Batavia (NY)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ICE - Varick Federal Det. Fac. (NY)
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
ICE - Aguadilla (PR)a
~
~
~
~
0
0
/
/
ICE - El Paso (TX)
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
ICE - Houston (TX)c
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ICE - Laredo (TX)
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
ICE - Port Isabel Service Processing Ctr. (TX)
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
ICE - South Texas Det. Fac. (TX)
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
ICE - Willacy Det. Ctr. (TX)
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
ICE - Tacoma (WA)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Jails in Indian Country
Colorado River Indian Tribes Adult Det. Ctr. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Gila River Dept. of Rehab. & Supervision - Adult (AZ)
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
Navajo Nation - Chinle (AZ)b
Navajo Nation - Kayenta Police Dept. & Holding Fac. (AZ)a
~
~
~
~
0
0
/
/
Navajo Nation - Shiprock Police Dept. & Adult Det. (AZ)b
0
0
/
/
~
~
~
~
Navajo Nation - Window Rock Adult Det. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Dept. of Corr. - Adult & Juv. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
San Carlos Dept. of Corr. & Rehabilitation - Adult (AZ)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Supai Law Enforcement & Holding Fac. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Tohono O’Odham Tribe Adult Det. Ctr. (AZ)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Truxton Canyon Adult Det. Ctr. (AZ)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
White Mountain Apache Det. Ctr. (AZ)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Chief Ignacio Justice Ctr. Adult Det. (CO)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Fort Hall Police Dept. & Adult Det. Ctr. (ID)
~
~
~
~
1
0
0
0
Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Police Dept. & Adult Det Ctr. (MI)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Red Lake Tribal Justice Ctr. Adult Det. (MN)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Choctaw Justice Complex Adult Det. (MS)
~
~
~
~
2
2
0
0
Blackfeet Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Crow Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Flathead Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)a
~
~
~
~
0
0
/
/
Fort Peck Police Dept. & Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
Northern Cheyenne Adult Det. Ctr. (MT)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Omaha Tribal Police Dept. & Adult Det. (MT)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Acoma Tribal Police & Holding Fac. (NM)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Jicarilla Apache Police Dept. (NM)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Navajo Nation - Crownpoint Adult Det. (NM)
~
~
~
~
1
0
0
0
Navajo Nation - Shiprock Police Dept. & Adult Det. (NM)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0

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Appendix table 30 (continued)
Allegations of staff-on-inmate sexual victimization reported in other correctional facilties, by year and type of victimization, 2007-2008
2008
2007
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
Reported allegations of
staff sexual misconduct
staff sexual harassment
staff sexual misconduct
staff sexual harassment
with inmates
of inmates
with inmates
of inmates
Jurisdiction and facility
Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated Allegations Substantiated
Jails in Indian Country (continued)
Zuni Adult Det. Ctr. (NM)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Fort Totten L.E. & Adult Det. Ctr. (ND)a
~
~
~
~
0
0
/
/
Gerald Tex Fox Justice Ctr. Adult Det. (ND)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Standing Rock L.E. & Adult Det. (ND)
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
Turtle Mountain L.E. Adult Det. (ND)
0
0
0
0
~
~
~
~
Warm Springs Police Dept. & Adult Det. Ctr. (OR)
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
Cheyenne River Sioux Adult Det. Ctr. (SD)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Kyle Police Dept. & Adult Det. (SD)a
~
~
~
~
0
0
/
/
Lower Brule Justice Ctr. - Adult Det. (SD)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Oglala Sioux Tribal Offenders Fac. (SD)
~
~
~
~
1
1
0
0
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Police Dept. & Adult Det. (SD)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Chehalis Tribal Police Dept. & Adult Det. Ctr. (WA)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Colville Adult Det. Ctr. (WA)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Makah Public Safety-Adult Det. (WA)
~
~
~
~
2
2
1
1
Nisqually Adult Corrections (WA)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Puyallup Tribal Law Enforcement & Adult Det. (WA)a
~
~
~
~
0
0
/
/
Quinault Nation Police Dept. & Holding Fac. (WA)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Spokane Adult Det. Ctr. (WA)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Menominee Police Dept. & Det. Ctr. (WI)
~
~
~
~
0
0
0
0
Wind River Adult Det. Ctr. (WY)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
~Not applicable.
/Not reported.
aAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2007.
bAllegations of staff sexual harassment could not be counted separately from allegations of staff sexual misconduct in 2008.
cCounts of staff sexual misconduct in 2008 are based on substantiated allegations only.

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