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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2438589

May 23, 2006 ... Third, younger inmates are at greater risk of sexual victimization, particularly if ... et al. employed a design in which 100 inmates were randomly selected from .... 27.1%, respectively), and a chronic physical condition (58.1 vs.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3953781

Approximately one third of those admitted to the jail in New York City (NYC) receive .... Of all incarcerations included in this study, 4.0% involved inmates diagnosed with SMI, ..... incidence and psychopathology in solitary vs. non- solitary confinement. ... Vise A, MacDonald R, Waters A, Rosner Z, Dickey N, Angell S, et al.

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JACKSON, DEMARIUS MONQUEZ. Booking #:, 1808152642. Booking Date: 08- 14-2018. Charges: THREE PROBATION REVOCATIONS ON DRUG CHARGES.

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Sep 25, 2017 ... 3. 004. Institutional Corrections and Social Service Staff. 4. 005 ... These rules apply to all inmates regardless of the institution to which assigned. .... Level V/VI is the security level for housing Close custody inmates, LWOP.

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Apr 8, 2014 ... What can be done if an inmate refuses medication and becomes imminently dangerous? ... How does the United States Supreme Court's decision in Washington v. Harper ... administration of involuntary psychotropic medication today? 3. ...... A study by Steadman et al., based on inmate interviews in jails.