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PREA AUDIT REPORT Interim FinalADULT PRISONS & JAILSDate of report: November 29, 2016Auditor InformationAuditor name: John N. KatavichAddress: PO Box 942883, Sacramento, CA 94832-0001Email: number: (661) 703-8614Date of facility visit: May 24-26, 2016Facility InformationFacility name: Plainfield Correctional FacilityFacility physical address: 727 Moon Rd., Plainfield, Indiana, 46168Facility mailing address: (if different from above) Click here to enter text.Facility telephone number: (317) 939-2513The facility is: Federal State County Military Municipal Private for profit Private not for profitFacility type: Prison JailName of facility’s Chief Executive Officer: Stanley Knight, SuperintendantNumber of staff assigned to the facility in the last 12 months: 341Designed facility capacity: 1694Current population of facility: 1661Facility security levels/inmate custody levels: Level 2Age range of the population: 18-90Name of PREA Compliance Manager: Michael ArthurTitle: Administrative Assistant 4Email address: number: (317) 839-2513 ext 2222Agency InformationName of agency: Indiana Department of CorrectionsGoverning authority or parent agency: (if applicable) Click here to enter text.Physical address: 302 West Washington St. Rm E-334, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46204Mailing address: (if different from above) Click here to enter text.Telephone number: (317) 232-5711Agency Chief Executive OfficerName: Bruce LemmonTitle: CommissionerEmail address: number: (317) 232-5711Agency-Wide PREA CoordinatorName: Brian PearsonTitle: Executive Director of PREAEmail address: number: (317) 232-5288PREA Audit Report1

AUDIT FINDINGSNARRATIVEPlainfield Correctional Facility is located at 727 Moon Road, Plainfield Indiana. Plainfield Correctional Facility is participating in a PrisonRape Elimination Act (PREA) audit conducted by certified auditors from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation(CDCR). The on-site portion of the audit was conducted at the address stated above during the period of May 24-26, 2016. Followingcoordination, preparatory work and collaboration with management staff at Plainfield Correctional Facility, some pre-audit work wascompleted prior to traveling to the facility for the on-site review portion of the audit.PRE-AUDIT PHASEOn April 10, 2016, the CDCR provided the audit notice to the agency’s PREA Coordinator with instructions to post copies in the housingunits and other places deemed appropriate by facility staff. An e-mail received from the Plainfield Correctional Facility PCM confirmedplacement of the audit notice. Notices were to be posted in areas accessible to both offenders and staff. CDCR received the pre-auditquestionnaire, audit process map, checklist of policies/procedures and other documents from IDOC- Plainfield Correctional Facility inMay, 2016.Pre-audit section of the compliance tool: In May 2016, the PREA Coordinator provided the completed pre-audit questionnaire, includingsupporting documentation, to the audit team. This auditor started completing the audit section of the compliance tool by transferringinformation from the pre-audit questionnaire and from supporting documentation to the pre-audit section of the compliance tool. Policiesand procedures were reviewed for compliance with the PREA. The auditor took notes to follow-up on any questions about policies thatwere unclear or did not appear to address the standard adequately. Supporting documentation was reviewed for relevance to the standardsand notes were taken to request clarification or to verify accuracy during the on-site tour. This auditor did not receive any letters fromoffenders at the facility prior to arrival at the institution.ON-SITE PHASEOn May 24, 2016, the audit team arrived at Plainfield Correctional Facility. The audit team consisted of Ray Harrington, retiredCorrectional Administrator for CDCR, who has been assigned to the PREA team and has applied to attend the formal auditor training, andmyself, certified auditor.On May 24, 2016, the audit team met with the Superintendent Stanley Knight, PREA Compliance Manager (PCM) Ty Robbins and themanagement staff of Plainfield Correctional Facility for greetings, introductions and information sharing. The team was escorted to aconference room which served as a home base for audit preparation and organization.Upon arrival at Plainfield Correctional Facility, the audit team requested and received the names of the employees assigned in themanagement and specialized staff positions, who might be interviewed during the on-site portion of the audit. The audit team selected thenames of staff who would be interviewed. Also on this date, the audit team received a roster of all offenders at the facility withidentification numbers and assigned bed numbers, sorted by housing unit. The auditor also requested a list of offenders classified into anyof the following categories: Disabled Inmates Limited English Proficient Inmates Transgender & Intersex Inmates Gay & Bisexual Inmates Inmates in Segregated Housing for Risk of Sexual Victimization Inmates who Reported Sexual Abuse Inmates who Disclosed Sexual Victimization during Risk ScreeningThe audit team also received a list of all custody staff scheduled to work on the days of the on-site review, sorted by shift. PlainfieldCorrectional Facility custody staff work 12 hour shifts. The auditor explained that these rosters were required for the audit team to selectrandom custody staff and offenders for interviews. The auditor informed the PCM that audit teams would compile lists of custody staff andoffenders selected randomly for interviews. The list did not specifically identify offenders according to all of the seven categories.However, the PREA Compliance Manager worked with the auditor to identify the offenders in the categories, a complete list was latersupplied.On-site Review: The audit team conducted a thorough site review of the facility. The audit team was provided a map of the facility with alist of all buildings and areas that offenders have access to. The Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent, PCM and custody staff escortedthe audit team. The team toured the entire facility, including all of the housing units, medical, mental health, main kitchen, warehouse,intake processing area, the laundry, main control, the pharmacy, maintenance shops, industries areas, education, recreation yard, gym, andchapel. As the tour moved through the facility, the auditors would make a notation on the map indicating that that area had been visited.PREA Audit Report2

Additionally staffing levels were observed to insure that there was adequate security coverage and the offenders could not move around thefacility unsupervised.During the tour, audit team members asked impromptu questions of staff and offenders, noted the placement and coverage of surveillancecameras, inspected surveillance monitors, identified potential blind spots, inspected bathrooms and showers to identify potential crossgender viewing concerns. In offender dayrooms, audit team members tested offender phones to determine the functionality of thefacility’s hotline for reporting sexual abuse or harassment. In offender work areas, audit team members assessed the level of staffsupervision and asked questions to determine whether offenders are in lead positions over other offenders. Audit team members also notedthe placement of PREA information posters in offender housing areas and placement of the PREA audit notice provided to the facility. Insome areas, audit team members took photos to document the on-site review.PREA Management Interviews: The audit team members split up the interviews of the Superintendent (Warden or designee) and the PCM.The auditors worked with facility staff to schedule a time for each of these interviews; audit team members were escorted to the office ofthe respective manager and conducted the interviews using the applicable interview protocols and recorded the responses by hand.Specialized Staff Interviews: Using the list of specialized staff received from the PREA Compliance Manager, the audit team membersutilized the conference room or private offices to conduct confidential interviews.The audit team identified specialized staff to be interviewed. Interviews included the following: Medical and Mental Health (Corizon contractor)Incident Review Team MembersStaff who Conduct Intake ScreeningClassification StaffCase WorkersInvestigations and Intelligence Staff (facility level investigations)Sexual Assault Nurse ExaminerHuman ResourcesPerson Responsible for Contractor, Volunteer and Vendor ClearancesSegregated Housing StaffPerson Responsible for Monitoring RetaliationHigher Level SupervisorsAramark ContractorReligious VolunteersFirst RespondersTraining DirectorDuring interviews with investigative staff, the team learned that offender grievances against staff are forwarded to the grievancecoordinator; Investigations and Intelligence (I&I) may investigate where appropriate or may just track the progress of staff’s response to theoffender. The members of the audit team interviewed four investigators and questioned designated staff about the process for logging andtracking cases assigned and offender grievances received by the division. Where the circumstances dictate, the interviewer would ask toreview documentation, logs, computerized tracking, or other material necessary to make a determination of compliance with the standard.During these interviews, the audit team members based the line of questioning on the interview protocols and recorded responses by hand.Random Staff Interviews: The audit team identified random staff to be interviewed. The random staff were selected from the shift rosters,considering a variety of work locations and various shifts. The random interviews included line staff, supervisory staff, managers and noncustody staff. The interviews were conducted in the privacy of the conference room or private offices. The auditors introducedthemselves, communicated the advisory statements to the staff, proceeded to ask the line of questions from the interview protocols forrandom staff and recorded the answers by hand. Audit team members asked for clarifications where needed to ensure the responses wereclear enough to make a determination of compliance with applicable standards. A total of 19 random staff interviews were conducted.Random Offender Interviews: The auditor determined that at least one offender from each housing unit would be interviewed. One auditteam member was assigned responsibility for the various offender interviews. Audit team members used the alphabetical roster ofoffenders to randomly select offenders from their assigned housing units and selected other offenders while in the housing units. The auditteam member completed the interviews in private interview rooms in the housing unit. The audit team member introduced himself,communicated the standard advisory statements to the offender before proceeding with the standard line of questions from the randomoffender interview protocols and recorded the offender answers by hand using the designated form. Clarification was requested, as neededto ensure the offender’s responses were clear. A total of 15 offenders were interviewed as part of the random offender interviews.PREA-Interest Offender Interviews: One audit team member was assigned responsibility for interviewing specific categories of offendersidentified for interviews based upon their relevance to specific PREA standards. These categories are: Disabled InmatesLimited English Proficient InmatesTransgender and Intersex Offenders (None Currently at Facility)PREA Audit Report3

Gay & Bisexual InmatesInmates in Segregated Housing for Risk of Sexual Victimization (None Currently at Facility)Inmates who Reported Sexual AbuseInmates who Disclosed Sexual Victimization during Risk ScreeningThe audit team member selected offenders from the list received from the PREA Compliance Manager. Each offender’s housing locationwas determined from the alphabetical roster and audit team member was escorted to the offender’s housing unit. The interviews wereconducted in a private office in the housing unit. The auditor introduced himself, communicated the standard advisory statement and askedthe line of questions in the respective interview protocols. The audit team member also conducted these interviews if a random offenderinterviewee disclosed information suggesting that one of the above categories of PREA interest applied to him. The audit team memberinterviewed two limited English proficient (Spanish) offenders, three offenders who were identified as being gay, two offenders whoreported prior sexual abuse and one offender who reported sexual abuse. A total of 8 offenders were interviewed based upon theseinterview categories. Facility staff did not identify offenders in any of the other categories.Document Reviews: The document review process was divided up between the two auditors. Both auditors reviewed all documentsrelated to allegations of sexual abuse (including investigation files). One auditor reviewed all training records, personnel records,contractor and volunteer records, while the other auditor reviewed the records maintained through the offender intake process, offenderrecords and relevant medical documentation. These auditors collected copies of documents to support the audit findings. The trainingrecords reviewed included a computer printout of all staff and contactors who have taken the required training over the past fiscal year anda list of all staff that have not. 12 training files were reviewed at random to verify compliance the IDOC PREA training procedure. 15personnel files (four contract staff and eleven IDOC employees) were reviewed randomly for compliance with the hiring/promotionalrequirements.The PREA Compliance Manager provided Sexual Incident Report (SIR) for all 15 allegations received during the previous twelve-monthperiod. The list included the report number, date of report, name of the victim, name of the suspect, and the disposition or status of thecase. The auditor obtained the Sexual Incident Report and investigative reports from facility investigative staff for each allegation. Thesereports were reviewed using a PREA audit investigative records review tool to record the following information relative to eachinvestigative report: Case#/IDDate of AllegationDate of InvestigationStaff or Inmate on InmateSexual Abuse or Sexual HarassmentDispositionIs Disposition JustifiedInvestigating OfficerNotification Given to InmateAudit team members recorded this information for each case reviewed and provided additional relevant information in the space providedfor additional notes. A total of 15 cases were reviewed. Three cases were sexual harassment and 12 were sexual abuse. Four casesinvolved staff-on-offender allegations (two were sexual harassment) and eleven involved offender-on-offender allegations (one was sexualharassment).Throughout the on-site review, the team had discussion about what was being observed and reviewed any discrepancies that were beingidentified. Either team member would seek clarification, when discrepancies were identified to ensure that we were not missing pertinentinformation. The audit team held a close-out discussion with the Superintendent and his staff on May 26, 2016. During this close-outdiscussion, the facility staff and the PREA Coordinator were provided with an overview of what had been identified as areas of concern.POST-AUDIT PHASEFollowing the on-site portion of the audit, the team met and discussed the post audit phase and the next steps. The auditor gathered writteninformation and feedback from the other team member and took responsibility for completing the interim report. The auditor, as aprobationary certification, has 21 days to turn the interim report in to the department of justice, which has 10 days to review it. Theprobationary auditor then has 10 days to consider the department of justice’s suggestions and provide the interim report to the facility byJuly 7, 2016 (total of 41 days). This information was also provided to the agencies PREA Coordinator via the probationary certificationtemplate letter.The auditor and PREA Compliance Manager agreed that any documents not received during the pre-audit phase or site review would berequested via email and provided by the PREA Compliance Manager.This auditor documented all clarification questions, missing information, requests for additional documentation, etc. to follow-up with thePREA Audit Report4

PREA Compliance Manager and sent the requests between June 1, 2016 and June 6, 2015. Requested information was returned to theauditors within one or two days.Audit Section of the Compliance Tool: The auditor reviewed onsite document review notes, staff and offender interview notes and sitereview notes and began the process of completing the audit section of the compliance tool. Auditors used the audit section of thecompliance tool as a guide to determine which question(s) in which interview guide(s), which onsite document review notes and/or whichfacility tour site review notes should be reviewed in order to make a determination of compliance for each standard. After checkingappropriate “yes” or “no” boxes on the compliance tool for each applicable subsection of each standard, the auditors completed the “overalldetermination” section at the end of the standard indicating whether or not the facility’s policies and procedures exceeds, meets or does notmeet standard. Where the auditor found the facilities policies and procedures did not meet the standard, the auditor entered appropriatecomments explaining why the standard is not met and what specific corrective action(s) is/are needed for facility’s policies and proceduresto comply with the standard. The auditor entered this information in the designated field at the end of the standard in review.Interim Audit Report: Following completion of the compliance tool, the auditor started completing the interim report. The interim reportidentifies which policies and other documentation were reviewed, which staff and/or offender interviews were conducted and whatobservations were made during the on-site review of the facility in order to make a determination of compliance for each standardprovision. The auditor then provided an explanation of how evidence listed was used to draw a final conclusion of whether the facility’spolicies and procedures exceed, meet, or does not meet the standard. The interim report was submitted to the PREA Resource Center forreview/approval on June 10, 2016. On June 30, 2016, the interm report was approved by the PREA Resource Center staff and posted ontheir web site. The interm report was then forwarded to the Superintendant of Plainfield Correctional Facility, the State of Indiana PREACoordinator and the PREA Compliance Manager at Plainfield Correctional Facility.On July 25, 2016, a telephone conference was held between the Superintendant of Plainfield, the PCM of Plainfield and this auditor todiscuss a corrective action plan to bring Plainfield Correctional Facility to 100% compliance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act. Itshould be noted that Michael Arthur was assigned as the new PCM at Plainfield Correctional Facility, replacing Ty Robbins, on May 30,2016. Between July and November of 2016, information was shared with with this auditor to demonstrate corrections that had been made tocome into compliance. From August 8, 2016, through November 9, 2016, the documents requested were forwarded to this auditor forreview via e-mail. The documents provided were reviewed for completeness and to verify that they meet the requirements per PREA. Thefinal report was written to include any corrective actions that took place to correct any deficiencies. A copy of this document wasforwarded to the Indiana Department of Corrections PREA Coordinator and the Superintendent of Plainfield Correctional Facility onNovember 29,2016. The final report was posted on the PREA website on November 29, 2016.In the Standard-by-Standard portion of this report, the following acronyms will be utilized for easier reference:Indiana Department of Corrections - IDOCPREA Compliance Manager – PCMPolicy and Procedure – PAPOffender Access to Courts – PAP 00-01-102Office of Investigations and Intelligence – PAP 00-01-103Offender Grievances – PAP 00-02-301Adult Offender Classification – PAP 01-04-101Staff development and Training – PAP 01-05-101Protective Custody – PAP 02-01-107Administrative Restrictive Housing – PAP 02-01-111Sexual Abuse Prevention – PAP 02-01-115Searches and Shakedowns – PAP 02-03-101PREA Audit Report5

DESCRIPTION OF FACILITY CHARACTERISTICSPlainfield Correctional Facility is located at 727 Moon Rd. Plainfield, Indiana. Plainfield Correctional Facility was commissioned by theIndiana General Assembly in 1963. Construction was completed and the facility was opened in 1969. Originally it was named IndianaYouth Center (IYC) and was used to house young adult offenders (ages 18-30). Since that time the facility has had several differentmission changes. Because Indiana Department of Corrections has several facilities with the initials PCF, Plainfield is still referred to asIYC. Currently Plainfield Correctional Facility is the Regional Training sight for Indiana Department of Corrections and providesextensive training for newly hired employees as well as veteran staff.The prison is designated a “level two” medium security facility, which houses offenders with short term sentences or close to release.There are 7 housing units inside the secure parameter. Four are open dorms and one is celled housing for general population. Two housingunits are for special placement: One is the segregation building and the other is used for protective custody offenders waiting to transferand offenders with mental health concerns. There is additional temporary housing in the medical building.Plainfield Correctional Facility is comprised of an indoor gym/recreation, administration building, a medical/mental health servicesbuilding, education building, chapel, food services, maintenance shops and a prison industries area. The industries area has a supplywarehouse and laundry facility. In the supply warehouse, offenders fill canteen orders for all of the institutions in IDOC. There are severalPEN Products employees and custody staff supervising the offenders working in this warehouse. The facility has a commercial laundryarea which is staffed by custody staff and PEN Products laundry supervisors. The laundry area contains large commercial washers anddryers.Plainfield Correctional Facility offers several training programs available to the offenders including barbering, landscaping, recycling,housekeeping, and warehousing. Education classes range from basic academics to GED education. Offenders are offered substance abusetreatment programs, anger management, and parenting courses. Vocational courses include business technology and auto body repair.The main entrance to the facility allows for the screening of all visitors. All staff, visitors and their property are screened by metal detectorand x-ray. In addition, all staff and visitors are pat-searched upon entering the facility. There is a central control booth sally port which allmust pass through to enter the visiting room and the facility.The facility has a commercial kitchen, which facilitates the daily feeding of the offender population. The kitchen is staffed by correctionalstaff and contracted cooks on each shift. The kitchen has a dry storage room, cold storage areas, bakery and freezers. There is a sculleryarea, a serving line area, and an area for storage of rolling carts which carry food to the steam-line. There is also a secure back dock andtrash storage/removal area.Plainfield Correctional Facility offers activities to all offenders. These activities include voluntary education, recreational library, musicroom, religious services, self-help counseling groups, dayroom activities with television viewing, and an outdoor recreation yard and indoor gym. The facility has education, law library, a barbershop, and a chapel.PREA Audit Report6

SUMMARY OF AUDIT FINDINGSThe on-site portion of the audit was a consistent paced review of all areas of the institution. Facility staff were very helpful and responsiveto the questions and concerns expressed during this portion of the audit. Facility staff were attentive to the needs of the auditors and wereextremely hospitable. The audit team thanks the Superintendent, PREA Compliance Manager and the entire staff at Plainfield CorrectionalFacility.Overall, it is evident that Plainfield Correctional Facility staff have been working towards compliance with the PREA standards. Becauseof this hard work, the facility is in compliance with a significant number of the standards.Some of the positives observed by the audit team included: There is a good working relationship between the offenders and the staff. It appears that the offenders would feel comfortablegoing to staff to report any safety issues. PREA posters were in place in all housing units, visiting and offender work/recreational areas. Supervisory and management staff have a clear understanding of the policy. Announcement of opposite gender staff entering the housing units seemed to be routine and part of everyday business. The offender population understands their rights to be free from sexual abuse and could explain to the auditors how they wouldreport an allegation. Most offenders stated they felt sexually safe at this facility. Training records reflected that mandatory staff training had been completed. All of Plainfield staff, contractors and volunteers aretrained on PREA every year. Staff has already begun to address issues that the audit team identified during the site review. Classification staff has taken ownership of the PREA intake process and are very thorough in their reviews of newly arrivingoffenders. Human Resources staff were well prepared and able to quickly provide the needed information. The PREA Committee minutes are very thorough. In addition to reviewing reported sexual assault cases, this committee monitorsoffenders who are at high risk for sexual victimization.Some of the areas of general concern include:115.13 Supervising and Monitoring:(a) (5) The agency shall ensure that each facility that it operates shall protect inmates from sexual abuse. In calculating adequate staffinglevels and determining the need for video monitoring, facilities shall take into consideration: All components of the facilities physical plant(including “blind spots” or areas where staff or inmates could be isolated).115.15 Limits to cross-gender viewing and searches:(d) The facility shall implement policies and procedures that enable inmates to shower, preform bodily functions, and change clothingwithout nonmedical staff of the opposite gender viewing their breasts, buttocks, or genitalia, except exigent circumstances or when suchviewing is incidental to routine cell checks.115.67 Agency protection against retaliation:(c) For at least 90 days following a report of sexual abuse, the agency shall monitor the conduct and treatment of inmates or staff whoreported sexual abuse and of inmates who were reported to have suffered sexual abuse to see if there are changes that may suggest possibleretaliation by inmates or staff (d) In the case of inmates, such monitoring shall include periodic statues checks.115.68 Post-allegation protective custody: Any use of segregated housing to protect an inmate who is to have alleged to have sufferedsexual abuse shall be subject to the requirements of section Criminal and administrative agency investigations:(c) Investigators shall gather and preserve direct and circumstantial evidence, including interview witnesses and shall reviewprior complaints and reports of sexual abuse involving the suspected perpetrator.(g) Criminal investigations shall be documented in a written report that contains a thorough description of physical, testimonial,and documentary evidence and attach all copies of all documentary evidence where feasible.PREA Audit Report7

115.73 Reporting to inmates:(a) Following an investigation into an inmate’s allegation the he or she suffered sexual abuse in an agency facility, the agency shall informthe inmate as to whether the allegation has been determined to be substantiated, unsubstantiated, or unfounded.On July 25, 2016, a telephone conference was held between the Superintendent of Plainfield, the PCM of Plainfield and this auditor todiscuss a corrective action plan to bring Plainfield Correctional Facility to 100% compliance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act. This auditor requested that the institution eliminate the blind spots in the three areas of concern that were observed by this auditor.The following blind spot locations were discussed: The blind spot in the four man dorms toilet area in the Hospital Building. The blindspot in the mop room connected to the scullery in the main kitchen. The blind spot in the hallway between the weight room and thegymnasium. This auditor requested that proof be provided in the form of photographs of these three areas. This auditor requested that the institution eliminate the areas where cross gender viewing is likely to occur. There were sevenlocations that this auditor had a concern with in regards to cross gender viewing. The following modifications were discussed to helpprevent cross gender viewing: Provide modesty screens in the clothing room toilet area. Provide modesty screens in the PEN Productslaundry toilet area. Provide modesty screens in the Individual Housing Unit (IHU) I a

Facility type: Prison Jail Name of facility’s Chief Executive Officer: Stanley Knight, Superintendant Number of staff assigned to the facility in the last 12 months: 341 Designed facility capacity: 1694 Current population of facility: 1661 Facility security levels/inmate custody levels:

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