The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)
The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) of 2003 supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual assault and rape (sexual violence) within corrections systems. The act applies to all federal, state and local prisons, jails, police lock-ups, private facilities and community settings such as residential facilities. Intervention Community Corrections Services will comply with the Prison Rape Elimination Act and has zero tolerance for any sexual conduct of any type among offenders or between offenders and staff members, regardless of whether such conduct is consensual. ICCS will maintain a PREA Coordinator, representing the entire agency. Within each residential facility, the Program Director will act as PREA Compliance Managers.
ICCS will adhere to a survivor-based approach to all allegations of sexual misconduct in its facilities. This will include multiple avenues for anyone to safely file a report of sexual misconduct without fear of apathy or retaliation. All ICCS contractors, vendors, interns, volunteers and staff, will take every allegation seriously. ICCS will adhere to a coordinated response working closely with community agencies like law enforcement, hospitals, mental health treatment providers, and rape crisis centers to provide victims with services that equal that of the community level of care. This will be accomplished while showing full transparency while still protecting victim anonymity.
In each instance of a suspected or reported sexual assault involving a client or clients, the Program Director or designee will immediately contact and consult with local law enforcement in determining the most expedient and effective course of action in the investigation of the crime. ICCS will not investigate any criminal allegations, and will instead allow and assist law enforcement to investigate. ICCS will ask of law enforcement that all PREA standards be adhered to while investigating any allegation.
Fellow residents, family members, attorneys, medical personal, or outside advocates will be encouraged to report any suspicions or allegations as well through any of the following avenues.
· Direct verbal report to any ICCS staff member, contractor/vendor, or ICCS volunteer
· Direct written report to any ICCS staff member, contractor/vendor, or ICCS volunteer
· Through the DOC tip line at 1-877-DOC-TIPS (1-877-362-8477)
· Contacting local law enforcement
· U.S. Mail, kite, note, grievance or any other written method
· Calling the ICCS PREA Coordinator, Sophie Matic, at (720) 544-5551
· Emailing the ICCS PREA Coordinator, Sophie Matic, email@example.com
· Contacting the Program Director
Kendall Facility West Facility Weld Facility Pueblo Facility Boulder Facility
Josey Hall Danielle Padgett Raquel DeNaeyer Alison Warren Keri Casanova
1651 Kendall Street 1500 W. Security Ave 1101 H Street 1901 N. Hudson 1770 21st Street
Lakewood, CO 80214 Lakewood, CO 80215 Greeley, CO 80631 Pueblo, CO 81003 Boulder, CO 80302
303-232-4002 x5529 303-407-6200 x209 970-584-2520 x2526 719-569-3020 x3032 303-449-2539
ICCS has completed audits for both Lakewood facilities, its Weld County facility, and its Pueblo County facility. The Montrose County audit is scheduled for the Summer of 2016. The final reports will be uploaded here when they become available.
Final Reports: Annual Statistics