Buried alive: Solitary confinement in Arizona’s prisons and jails

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Published as part of AFSC's campaign to end long-term solitary confinement, this report is the culmination of an extensive research project examining three diverse correctional institutions in Arizona: the Arizona Department of Corrections, the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections, and the Maricopa County Fourth Avenue Jail.

This report summarizes our findings and offers a series of recommendations for improvements in these systems.

Created Date: 
Mar 29, 2010

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