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On March 31, , women allege that they were marched from their rooms to an open gym. With no warning and no time to prepare, they were ordered to strip naked, forced to lift their breasts, and commanded to turn around, bend over, and present themselves to a visual body and cavity search, according to a federal complaint. Many of them were in open view of other women and men. As the women stood naked, shoulder to shoulder with other women, people milling about began humiliating and mocking them : for their smells, for their bodies, for their nakedness, all believed to be fair game. Women who were menstruating were forced to remove their tampons and sanitation pads in public. They were forced to stand in their own blood. Among the women who say they endured this public indignity were women of color , women from impoverished backgrounds, and women with histories of sexual and physical abuse. Whatever their stories, backgrounds, and lives, they shared one common life experience: each of these women was a convicted felon serving time in a penitentiary in Illinois. That fact convinced a divided panel of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Henry v. Now, an en banc court, that is, all the judges of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, has agreed to reconsider this misguided decision.
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A strip search is a practice of searching a person for weapons or other contraband suspected of being hidden on their body or inside their clothing, and not found by performing a frisk search , by requiring the person to remove some or all of his or her clothing. The search may involve an official performing an intimate person search and inspecting their personal effects and body cavities mouth, vagina, anus etc. A strip search is more intrusive than a frisk and requires legal authority. Regulations covering strip searches vary considerably, and may be mandatory in some situations or discretionary in others. In North America, civil lawsuits, as well as criminal code charges against strip searches have usually been successful when a person is strip searched by someone of the opposite sex, especially in cases where a woman has been strip searched by a male guard or guards. The more disputed legal cases have often involved the presence of people of the other gender during a strip search. Some of these cases have been less successful because of the legal technicality of who was actually performing the strip search, i.
Make Corrections1 your homepage. Repeated searches for drugs and inadequate cleanup showed 'deliberate indifference,' suit says. The plaintiffs allege they were publicly searched in front of officers, inmates several times a day. Founded by a former police officer and computer forensics expert, OfficerPrivacy removes personal information from top people-search sites, giving LEOs an extra measure of security. The class-action lawsuit was filed in on behalf of former inmates. Keeping equipment secure, conducting random searches and minimizing inmate movement are some of the strategies to improve facility security. Lawsuit against Corrections Corporation of America was first filed two weeks ago in federal court in Nashville. He assaulted staff after they tried to get him to spit out a bag of suspected crack cocaine.