The Project on Addressing Prison Rape (The Project) is committed to eliminating sexual abuse for individuals in custodial settings. The Project is a leader in addressing the implications and implementation of the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA) and its national standards. Since 2000, the Project has provided training, technical assistance and legal guidance for correctional agencies, advocates and survivors who want to effectively prevent, respond and eliminate sexual abuse in custodial settings. Articles here have been written by Professor Brenda V. Smith and staff of the Project to provide useful information for eliminating sexual abuse in custody.

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Submissions from 2013

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After Dothard: Female Correctional Workers and the Challenge to Employment Law, Brenda V. Smith and Melisa C. Loomis

Submissions from 2007

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Anti- Fraternization Policies in Community Corrections, Brenda V. Smith and Nairi M. Simonian

Submissions from 2003

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Watching You, Watching Me, Brenda Smith

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Battering, Forgiveness and Redemption, Brenda V. Smith

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Watching You, Watching Me, Brenda V. Smith

Submissions from 2001

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Sexual Abuse Against Women in Prison, Brenda V. Smith