Details of sexual abuse by guards at New York prison facilities

Several prisons in New York were named in a federal lawsuit by plaintiffs who allege cover-ups of rape and sexual assault reports.

Two men who worked as officers at Albion Correctional Facility are named in a federal lawsuit claiming a systematic coverup of sexual assaults against women prisoners.

The lawsuit, filed on behalf of five individuals who served time in women’s correctional facilities, alleges the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision failed to protect them from sexual abuse and acted “with deliberate indifference to allow that abuse”.

The new lawsuit seeks $50 million in damages for the five women.

According to the court documents, correctional officers at five different correctional facilities in New York:

  • Routinely engaged in illegal sexual activity with inmates
  • Created an intimidating environment for any woman who tried to speak out about the abuse.

“Rather than investigate officers’ sexual abuse of female inmates, investigators blamed the victims and coerced them into making statements, threatening punishment against those who remained silent and discrediting many of those who spoke up,” the lawsuit said.


New York Prison Abuse

Sexual harassment/assault are particularly worrisome for inmates at New York correctional facilities

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New York prison facilities named in allegations:

Albion Correctional Facility

Bayview Correctional Facility

Beacon Correctional Facility

Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women

Lakeview Shock Incarceration Correctional Facility

More NY prison facilities named in allegations:

CMDC Brooklyn

MCC New York

Taconic Correctional Facility

New York Women's House of Detention

Willard Drug Treatment Campus

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Current or former inmates suffering sexual harassment/assault at New York correctional facilities are encouraged to come forward.

NY Prison FAQ: Questions about New York prison abuse

Is there a cover-up?

Inmates are being raped on a nearly daily basis in the New York state correctional system and the department’s top priority appears to be to cover up the abuse and attack the inmates

What is state law?

Under state law, inmates cannot give consent to sex and any sexual intercourse behind bars is considered rape.

What is the state corrections commissioner’s perspective?

It’s a fundamental right of all incarcerated persons to be free of the threat of physical violence and abuse of any type, including sexual abuse.

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