USA: The findings of a visit to Valley State Prison for Women, California
This report details Amnesty International's findings and recommendations following the organization's visit to Valley State Prison for Women in November 1998. The concerns described cover sexual abuse by prison staff, the use of restraints, allegations of inadequate medical care and conditions in the SHU, a high security unit.
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