In 2003, Congress passed the Prison Rape Elimination Act, initiating a comprehensive study of the phenomenon. Two days ago, the Commission released its findings. Here is the executive summary.
It suggests various legislative changes that can take place. While any single incident of rape that can be prevented is a good thing, I fear that little will change until prison rape becomes morally abhorrent in our society, rather than a source for humor.
[Previously discussed on this blog here.]
HT: The Corner