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Prisons and Detention Centers

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Salem Detention Center and Military Court

This detention center can hold up to 40 prisoners and is located at the northern tip of the West Bank near Salem village (north west of Jenin). The site also includes a military court. 

Ramleh Prison & Clinic

Ramleh Prison:  This prison was established (as Ramleh Palace) in through an order by the British mandate over Palestine. After the occupation state was established in , it converted Ramleh palace into a military center for the Israeli army. In , a section of the palace was designated as a prison to incarcerate palestinians. After the Israeli occupation took over more Palestinian lands in , the entire palace was converted into a central prison for both Jewish criminals and Palestinian prisoners, especially Palestinians from the Jerusalem area.

Palestinian prisoners and detainees at Ramleh are considered to be fore-runners in the use of open hunger strikes to escalate prisoners’ resistance. In , prisoners at Ramleh announced an open strike with their main demand being an end to their physical abuse and moving them from the prison barracks where they were exposed to rain and sewage flow. By the middle of , Palestinian prisoners had announced their second hunger strike to demand that prison authorities allow notebooks and pens in the cells. The strike was considered as success, since prison authorities agreed tothis demand.

Ramleh prison serves as a transit site of sorts between all other prisons; prisoners are usually transferred here from one prison before being moved to another. The site is a prison compound containing several prison structures:

1.Ramleh Prison Hospital: This is a section within the prison associated with the administration of the Israeli Prison Services with the stated purpose of treating prisoners, though it lacks basic and necessary medical equipment.

2.Ayalon Prison

3.Neve Tirza 

4.Nitzan Prison

Neve Tirza Prison

Opened in , Neve Tirza is located near Ayalon prison, and is designated for Palestinian women prisoners and Israeli criminal prisoners.

Ayalon Prison

This prison, which is part of the Ramleh prison complex, was opened in and is located in the central region of Palestine. It consists of a variety of sections where occupation authorities hold security and criminal prisoners. One of its sections is exclusively reserved for isolation. 

Ayala

The Beersheba prison complex was established in to detain Palestinian prisoners, and it is located close to the city of Beersheba in Southern Palestine. The site consists of four prisons, each separated from one another: Ohli Kedar and Eshel for security prisoners, Dekel for criminal prisoners, and Ayala which was founded to become the first private prison. Alya was shut down by a Supreme Court decision. The Beersheba complex is used for isolating prisoners in specific cases such as hunger strikes.  Together the four prisons can accommodate hundreds of detainees. In , all security prisoners were deported to other prisons and detention centers, leaving Beersheba as a site for criminal prisoners only. Though after , a new isolation section was established at Beersheba by transforming the existing sections 7 & 8 to isolation sections, as well as returning to imprisoning Palestinian security prisoners in regular cells. Other sections continue to be used for both Arab and Jewish criminals.

Gush Etzion

This site is composed of a single interrogation center located next to the Gush Etzion settlement between Hebron and Bethlehem towards the South of the West Bank. 

Huwwara & Kedumim Detention Centers

Huwwara Detention Center: Located near Nablus towards the North of the West Bank, this detention center is used by Israeli Occupation forces as one of the initial sites where they transport prisoners for interrogation—before they are transferred to military courts and other prisons within territories Israelis occupied in (beyond West Bank authority). 

Kedumim Detention Center (not pictured on map): This center is located within the Kedumim settlement nearby a military camp for the occupation army next to  the Kafr Qaddum village between Nablus and Qalqaliya. Right next to the site is a site where fireworks are lit frequently, which startles detainees around the clock, due to the loud noise which resembles gun-shootings followed by seeming explosions –that is in addition to the fireworks themselves posing a physical threat to the nearby detainees. 

Salem Detention Center and Military Court

This detention center can hold up to 40 prisoners and is located at the northern tip of the West Bank near Salem village (north west of Jenin). The site also includes a military court. 

Ramon Prison

Located in South East Palestine, Ramon is adjacent to the old Nafha prison, and was recently constructed using the American prison system for criminals and drug offenders as a model. The new complex is surrounded by extremely intensified security and consists of  three units each of which can accommodate prisoners. Each unit is divided into 10 rooms and houses 10 prisoners per room. The rooms do not exceed meters in width and contain a toilet and a sink; they are about meters in height with only one window for ventilation measuring about 80* cm. As of , the prison began to be used for detaining security prisoners; the site also includes a section for isolation. 

Negev Desert (Ketziot) Prison

The Negev desert prison, was opened in where more than fifty thousand Palestinian prisoners were incarcerated until it was closed in after the signing of the Oslo Accords.  It was then re-opened with the outbreak of the Aqsa Intifada in The prison is located about km south of Jerusalem and about 10 km east of the Egyptian borders. The prison consists of 3 large sections: Section A) which consists of 8 interior sections, each of which can contain prisoners. Each section includes 6 camps. Section B) which consists of caravans, or virtually mobile rooms, which were built in after the prison was burned down, martyring the prisoner Mohammed al-Ashqar. This newer caravan section contains 4 units; though section B contains another 4 units on the opposite side that consist of regular camps. Section C) which is referred to as “the rooms” was built in With all of its units combined, section C can contain prisoners, some of which are administrative detainees. 

Ohalei Keidar Prison

The Beersheba prison complex was established in to detain Palestinian prisoners, and it is located close to the city of Beersheba in Southern Palestine. The site consists of four prisons, each separated from one another: Ohli Kedar and Eshel for security prisoners, Dekel for criminal prisoners, and Ayala which was founded to become the first private prison. Alya was shut down by a Supreme Court decision. The Beersheba complex is used for isolating prisoners in specific cases such as hunger strikes.  Together the four prisons can accommodate hundreds of detainees. In , all security prisoners were deported to other prisons and detention centers, leaving Beersheba as a site for criminal prisoners only. Though after , a new isolation section was established at Beersheba by transforming the existing sections 7 & 8 to isolation sections, as well as returning to imprisoning Palestinian security prisoners in regular cells. Other sections continue to be used for both Arab and Jewish criminals.

Nafha Prison

This old building is located in the southeastern desert area in Palestine. It is located km from Beersheba and km away from Jerusalem. Since , the prison was used especially for security prisoners, and it is considered one of the most harsh and severe of the occupation prisons. That comes as no surprise knowing that it was renovated solely for the intended purpose of imprisoning leaders among Palestinian prisoners to subject them to gradual death and to isolate them from the rest of the other prisons. And the prison consists of two buildings: one old and one new (Ramon prison) which are surrounded by extremely intensified security. Due to it being a “desert prison” it is extremely cold during the winter and extremely hot during the summer. The prison also contains a section for isolation. 

Eshel Prison

The Beersheba prison complex was established in to detain Palestinian prisoners, and it is located close to the city of Beersheba in Southern Palestine. The site consists of four prisons, each separated from one another: Ohli Kedar and Eshel for security prisoners, Dekel for criminal prisoners, and Ayala which was founded to become the first private prison. Alya was shut down by a Supreme Court decision. The Beersheba complex is used for isolating prisoners in specific cases such as hunger strikes.  Together the four prisons can accommodate hundreds of detainees. In , all security prisoners were deported to other prisons and detention centers, leaving Beersheba as a site for criminal prisoners only. Though after , a new isolation section was established at Beersheba by transforming the existing sections 7 & 8 to isolation sections, as well as returning to imprisoning Palestinian security prisoners in regular cells. Other sections continue to be used for both Arab and Jewish criminals.

Ofer Detention Center, Prison, and Military Court (&& Beit El Settlement Compound)

The Israeli Occupation forces began using Ofer as a detention center in , and transferred managerial authority of Ofer Prison from the occupying military to the Israeli Prison Services in Known as ‘Ofer Camp,’ the site was built on expropriated land from the village of Beitunia in the West Bank—just four kilometers outside the city of Ramallah.  Ofer Detention Center was temporarily closed only to be re-opened with brand new detention sections during the Israeli invasion of the West Bank cities in due to the high number of prisoners and detainees who had been arrested. In addition to prisoners, both administrative detainees and children are sent to Ofer as well. 

Beit El Settlement Compound (not pictured on map):  This is a settler compound known as Beit El located just outside the city limits of Ramallah. It consists of a compound for a variety of administrative civil chambers for the occupation forces including: courts, intelligence and police stations, detention centers, and a Beit El courthouse. Though the court was moved to Ofer after which the Beit El courthouse was closed. The detention center remained for only a little while after before it was also shut down. 

Ashkelon (Askalan) Central Prison & Prison Building

  • Ashkelon Central Prison :This prison was founded during the British Mandate as a headquarters for British army leaders in Ashkelon and its surrounding areas. It was also used as a royal palace to host official British delegations.  Within Ashkelon palace, one branch was designated as an interrogation center to crackdown on revolutionary fighters, after the defeat of which was met with escalated resistance as part of the national struggle against the occupation as well as a significant increase in the number of prisoners. Ashkelon prison was founded to receive Palestinian prisons beginning from ; its opening was one of the bloodiest of its kind, hence its coming to be known as “al-tashreefa”—referring to the prison guards forcing of prisoners to pass in between two lines from the prison gates to the prison cells and rooms while beating them with batons all over their bodies.​
  • Ashkelon Prison Building: Ashkelon Prison is composed of five sections including an isolation section composed of  cells labeled “A, B, C, D, E” situated to the north of other prison sections. There is also a special wing for the Israeli Shabak (security services) for interrogating Palestinian and Arab prisoners. In , the “shame” section was founded to the north west of the prison, wherein prisoners who collaborated with the Shin Bet security services and the prison administration authorities were grouped. ·         

Hasharon (Telmond) Prison

This prison is located South of the line extending between Tulkaram and Netanya on the old road leading to Hadera. This prison was built in the 70s specifically due to clashes between Arabs and Jews. Today, the prison consists of three sections: one section for children designated as security prisoners and another for children designated as criminal prisoners. The third section is specially designated for Palestinian women prisoners. The prison is surrounded by a high wall that reaches 3 meters in height and includes four high watch towers. The prison previously used to contain a high number of Palestinian children under 16 years of age amongst a number of Jewish criminal prisoners, which endangered their lives and made them vulnerable to harassment and violation by the criminal prisoners. 

Hadarim Prison

This site is located close to Hasharon prison South of the line extending between the two cities of Tulkaram and Netanya on the old road leading to Hadera. Hadarim is a relatively new prison modeled after the US prison system with circularly shaped mynewextsetup.us prison was established primarily for civilians, but later one section became designated for Palestinian security prisoners. The first wave of Palestinian security prisoners sent to Hadarim was in October of The prison itself consists of 8 sections each of which can hold up to prisoners.   

Damon Prison

This prison was opened in as a camp for detaining Palestinian prisoners. After being shut down in , it was reopened during the Al-Aqsa Intifada. Damon Prison is located in Northern Palestine in the forests of Carmel in Haifa. It was established during the British mandate. 

Gilboa Prison

 Located in the North of Palestine, Gilboa prison was recently established in next to Shatta prison in the Beesan (Hebrew: Beit She’an) area. It is a high-security prison, and is described as the most intensely secured of its kind where occupation authorities incarcerate Palestinian prisoners.

Nitzan Prison & Detention Center

This prison & detention center, which was founded in , originated within Ayalon prison and was referred to as “Ramleh detention.” In , it was renamed as ‘Nitzan’ after Gondar Rooney Nitzan who was the prison director at the time and was killed during that same year. This prison can accommodate around prisoners and detainees, and also includes a section exclusively designated for isolation.

Kishon Prison

Located at the crossroads of a main road between Haifa and Nazareth in the territories occupied since , this site consists of a high security interrogation center. This means that detainees remain detained throughout the interrogation process, and takes place in a building that was established during the British Mandate. 

Petah Tikva Detention Center

This site is located on the colonized land of the Petah Tikva settlement in the territories occupied since , and was specifically constructed to enable military-administered interrogations with  Palestinian prisoners. The interrogation center was constructed without any windows in the rooms or cells. The Peta Tikva prison is located within the police station in Yafo  governorate. 

Al-Moscobiyeh (The Russian Compound) Interrogation Center and Prison

Located in the middle of Jerusalem near the Old City as part of the so-called “Russian Compound,” this site was founded during the British Mandate and was then known as the central prison. Moscobiyeh is now used as a center to interrogate Palestinian detainees and prisoners from a variety of age groups. At once, it came to be known as “the slaughterhouse” due to the use of harsh torture techniques by authorities in the prison, especially throughout the 80s.   

Shatta (Shita) Prison

Opened in , this prison is located in Beesan valley south of the Galilee Sea where temperatures can run high, reaching up to 40 degrees Celsius in the summer. The prison is surrounded by a high cement wall that reaches meters, topped by barbed wire, and six watch towers. 

Megiddo Prison and Detention Center

Located in the meadow area of Beni Amer en route to Haifa, this prison was used throughout the British Mandate over Palestine and was expanded by the British before the Israeli occupation to include ‘security’ prisoners. Megiddo is therefore a relatively old military-controlled area; its associated detention center was opened by the Israeli occupation forces in March of with the beginning of the First Intifada. Thus the site which was, for a certused to imprison Jewish and Lebanese criminal prisoners then become a prison and detention center. Since , the managerial authority over the prison was transferred from the occupying military to the Israeli Prison Services. Ofer prison also holds both administrative detainees and children. Occupation forces imprison child prisoners and administrative detainees in Megiddo as well-- which contains a special section for isolation.

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West County Detention Facility

  

 

Opened in , this is the newest of three detention facilities in Contra Costa County.  West County Detention Facility (WCDF), located in Richmond, is a direct supervision jail designed to operate as a co-educational, program-oriented facility. 

The facility houses up to 1, inmates within the confines of five separate housing units; four for males, one for females.  Each housing unit has a dedicated outside courtyard for recreational activities.

Inmates have the ability to leave the housing units and walk freely to attend various educational or vocational programs or classes, religious services, medical or dental appointments, or social visits with family and friends.

Inmates have the opportunity to work in the kitchen and laundry where they gain valuable experience and skills in culinary arts, safe food handling, and commercial laundering.   

Educational and vocational programs are provided through a contract between the Office of the Sheriff and the Contra Costa County Office of Education. The Office of Education maintains a full-time on-site Adult School staff comprised of a principal, numerous teachers, and administrative professionals.
 

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Visiting Hours

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Up to three visitors may visit an inmate at one time and all visitors must be scheduled and at the facility no later than 30 minutes prior to the end of any visiting block. Inmates are responsible for notifying the supervising Deputy Sheriff of the visit and report to the visiting area 15 minutes prior to the visit. Failure to follow these regulations will result in cancellation of the visit.

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West Valley Detention Center

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Room service is great. Very Nice place to take the family. Vey good , would go back again. The food is amazing the have a gourmet chef. They also have a lot of things you can learn. One of my friend taught me how to make a shank out of a pipe cleaner and pencil. I also learned how to cure myself from a black eye. 5/5

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The Valley County Detention Facility is located at W. Spring Street in Cascade, Idaho.

This facility is for adults only.

 

Jail Administrator

Sergeant 

Jail Corporals

Corporal Ryan Nelson[email protected]

Corporal Justin Scott[email protected]

Corporal Michael Lacroix[email protected]

Mission

The primary goal of our Detention Center is the safe, temporary custody of persons subject to incarceration in the Valley County Detention Center.

We accomplish our mission by providing the highest quality Detention Services possible with the resources provided to us. At the Valley County Detention Center we consistently strive to add value to our community by insuring the utmost security and safety of all inmates and the public.

Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)

In accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act of the Valley County Sheriff’s Office has established a ZERO-TOLERANCE standard against sexual assault and harassment of inmates. PREA sets the standard that protects Eighth Amendment rights of federal, state, and local prisoners, making the prevention of sexual assault a top priority. The Valley County Sheriff’s Office has developed uniform guidelines and procedures to reduce the risk of in-custody sexual assaults and sexual harassment.

Reporting to the Valley County Sheriff’s Office

Victims of sexual assault while in custody can report several different ways.

    • Report to a staff member.
    • Submit an Inmate Kite to the Medical Deputy.
    • Call someone outside the jail (friend, family) that can contact jail administration on their behalf.
    • Report the allegation to the national PREA hotline ()
    • Report it to Rose Advocates in Cascade, ID ()
    • Report it to your attorney.

    If a victim is no longer in custody they can call Valley County Detention Center Administration at () or ()  Family and Friends that receive information about an incident can contact Valley County Detention Center Administration on an inmate’s behalf.

All reports will remain anonymous. If you fail to report an incident, you could be found to have acted with deliberate indifference towards the victim’s health and/or safety.  If you file a false report it could result in criminal charges.

(b)-1 The Valley County Adult Detention Center has a policy that requires that allegations of sexual abuse or sexual harassment be referred for investigation to an agency with the legal authority to conduct criminal investigations, including the agency if it conducts its own investigations, unless the allegation does not involve potentially criminal behavior.

Data Review and Corrective Action

The Valley County Detention Center has collected and aggregated data in order to assess and improve the effectiveness of its sexual abuse prevention, detection and response policies, practices and training. This data is readily available to the public and can be found by clicking the following links.

Valley County PREA Report

Valley County Annual Data Sheet

Additional PREA Resources and links

National PREA Resource Center

Valley County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Victim Witness Coordinator

Rose Advocates

 

Visitation

All visits are at least 20 minutes, but may be longer if time and space allows. Appropriate dress is required. Minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian. A State issued picture ID is required by all visitors.

Women:   Saturday to PM

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Men: Saturday  to PM

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Inmate Correspondence is to be addressed as follows:

Inmate’s Name C/O Valley County Jail PO BOX Cascade ID

  1. Inmates may have a Bible, but it has to be a soft bound cover.
  2. Books may be sent to inmates on the following conditions, books must be sent directly from the book store or publisher. Such as mynewextsetup.us, Barnes and Noble,  etc.
  3. No envelopes or writing paper can be sent in to inmates. These items are available on jail commissary.
  4. All incoming mail must have a complete return address.

Inmate Contact

Inmates can make phone calls (collect calls only). They cannot receive phone calls. A 3rd party phone company handles all inmate calls. They can be contacted through:

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Judgment Sentencing Sign-up

Individuals must sign-up for jail time prior to reporting to jail. This includes court commit and work release time.

For any questions please call Valley County Detention Center at

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Jail

Detention Services

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Various services are required to maintain and adequately staff the Detention Division, one of the largest divisions in the Sheriff’s Office.

  • Court Security
  • Records
  • Transportation

Court Security

The Court Security Section works under the authority of the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office Detention Division. Court Security is based at the Court Holding Facility. Sheriff Deputies secure inmates in holding rooms while they are waiting to appear in court, after their court appearance, and while they await return to the Detention Center.

This section works with the Transportation Deputies and is staffed with a Lieutenant, a Sergeant and 16 deputy sheriffs, which are funded by the courts. This section is tasked with providing security for the court, judges, courthouse staff and the public. Over , people enter the main courthouse annually serviced by an additional three satellite courts: Department Nine Superior Court, Family Court, and Traffic Court .

Records

The Records Section is operated under the authority of the Sheriff’s Office Detention Division. It is located at the Monroe Detention Center in Woodland, California. Personnel support the Detention Facility, Patrol, Transportation, Court Security, Detectives, Sheriff’s Work Inmate Program, Civil, Boats, and Coroner Sections. Since this division is a 24 hour operation, personnel also work with Yolo County city law enforcement and other outside agencies.

All incoming calls for the Monroe Detention Facility are received by this section. Records personnel also handle the administrative telephone lines after business hours, and on weekends and holidays.

Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) &#; The California VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when the offender&#;s custody status changes. The VINE toll-free number for the California VINE system is California State VINE is a service of the California State Sheriffs&#; Association and is provided by your local sheriff.

Transportation

The Sheriff’s Transportation Section uses a state-of-the art Braun-Northwest, 34 passenger inmate transport vehicle to transport an average of inmates per day between the Detention Center and Court House for their appearance before the court.

The bus is also used to transport inmates between the Deuel Vocational Institute (DVI) in Tracy and the Yolo County Sheriff’s Detention Center. This section is heavily involved in the T.O.P.I.C. (Transportation of Prisoners in Cooperation) program with other law enforcement agencies. The program saves valuable monetary and personnel resources.

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West County Detention Center

Front sign of the West County Detention Center in Richmond, California

West County Detention Center is a large coeducational adult medium security Contra Costa County jail in Richmond, California opened in [1]

Overview[edit]

It is located in the Point Pinole area of the city between Parchester Village to the south, Point Pinole Regional Shoreline to the west and the Hilltop area to the east. The jail can house up to 1, inmates.[1] There are five different housing areas, four for males and one for females.[1] The jail is served by route 71 AC Transit bus service 7 days a week and route late night.[2] also houses the county's "special needs" inmates.[1]

In , Lori Haley, a spokeswoman for ICE and the Department of Homeland Security, said, "The West County Detention Facility opened in and is one of nine facilities in California contracted by ICE to hold detainees. It holds about 1, inmates. Of that number, an average of to individuals are there under ICE custody and are being processed for removal from the United States based on violations of immigration laws."[3]

New Jail Project[edit]

West County Detention Facility is proceeding with the project to expand jail services. The project will cost $25 million in construction and $5 million a year after the construction. The money is going towards the construction of a high-security wing that can jail extra inmates who are currently housed at the Martinez Detention Facility. The supporters of this project state that the project will allow improved mental health treatment and other services to inmates at the Martinez jail by transporting inmates to the newly constructed wing at West County Detention Facility. The opponents, however, state that the project is wrongly focusing on people already detained and not on prevention.[4]

Programs and Services[edit]

The West County Detention Center main building

The West County Detention Center offers a lot of programs and spaces for inmates to utilize. The spaces provided for them include the following: courtyards, educational classrooms and library facilities. They also offer programs that the inmates could take advantage of, such as, DEUCE (substance abuse, anger and stress management, job development), Computer Applications including Web Design, Adult Basic Education, Independent Study, Transitional Services, English as a Second Language (ESL), GED / High School Diploma preparation and testing and Chaplain Program.[5]

Detainee conditions[edit]

In December , Senator Dianne Feinstein formally asked ICE to investigate the detention center, where multiple federal detainees have stated that they were not allowed to use restrooms. Feinstein wrote, "It has been reported that the conditions are so deplorable that detainees are requesting deportation over pursuing claims in immigration court"[6]

References[edit]

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Prisons and Detention Centers

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Salem Detention Center and Military Court

This detention center can hold up to 40 prisoners and is located at the northern tip of the West Bank near Salem village (north west of Jenin). The site also includes a military court. 

Ramleh Prison & Clinic

Ramleh Prison:  This prison was established (as Ramleh Palace) in through an order by the British mandate over Palestine. After the occupation state was established init converted Ramleh palace into a military center for the Israeli army. Ina section of the palace was designated as a prison to incarcerate palestinians. After the Israeli occupation took over more Palestinian lands inthe entire palace was converted into a central prison for both Jewish criminals and Palestinian prisoners, especially Palestinians from the Jerusalem area.

Palestinian prisoners and detainees at Ramleh are considered to be fore-runners in the use of open hunger strikes to escalate prisoners’ resistance. Inprisoners at Ramleh announced an open strike with their main demand being an end to their physical abuse and moving them from the prison barracks where they were exposed to rain and sewage flow. By the middle ofPalestinian prisoners had announced their second hunger strike to demand that prison authorities allow notebooks and pens in the cells. The strike was considered as success, since prison authorities agreed tothis demand.

Ramleh prison serves as a transit site of sorts between all other prisons; prisoners are usually transferred here from one prison before being moved to another. The site is a prison compound containing several prison structures:

1.Ramleh Prison Hospital: This is a section within the prison associated with the administration of the Israeli Prison Services with the stated purpose of treating prisoners, though it lacks basic and necessary medical equipment.

2.Ayalon Prison

3.Neve Tirza 

4.Nitzan Prison

Neve Tirza Prison

Opened inNeve Tirza is located near Ayalon prison, and is designated for Palestinian women prisoners and Israeli criminal prisoners.

Ayalon Prison

This prison, which is part of the Ramleh prison complex, was opened in and is located in the central region of Palestine. It consists of a variety of sections where occupation authorities hold security and criminal prisoners. One of its sections is exclusively reserved for isolation. 

Ayala

The Beersheba prison complex was established in to detain Palestinian prisoners, and it is located close to the city of Beersheba in Southern Palestine. The site consists of four prisons, each separated from one another: Ohli Kedar and Eshel for security prisoners, Dekel for criminal prisoners, and Ayala which was founded to become the first private prison. Alya was shut down by a Supreme Court decision. The Beersheba complex is used for isolating prisoners in specific cases such as hunger strikes.  Together the four prisons can accommodate hundreds of detainees. Inall security prisoners were deported to other prisons and detention centers, leaving Beersheba as a site for criminal prisoners only. Though is columbus day a school holiday in san diegoa new isolation section was established at Beersheba by transforming the existing sections 7 & 8 to isolation sections, as well as returning to imprisoning Palestinian security prisoners in regular cells. Other sections continue to be used for where can i watch the westing game movie Arab and Jewish criminals.

Gush Etzion

This site is composed of a single interrogation center located next to the Gush Etzion settlement between Hebron and Bethlehem towards the South of the What credit score you need for amazon credit card Bank. 

Huwwara & Kedumim Detention Centers

Huwwara Detention Center: Located near Nablus towards the North of the West Bank, this detention center is used by Israeli Occupation forces as one of the initial sites where they transport prisoners for interrogation—before they are transferred to military courts and other prisons within territories Israelis occupied in (beyond West Bank authority). 

Kedumim Detention Center (not pictured on map): This center is located within the Kedumim settlement nearby a military camp for the occupation army next to  the Kafr Qaddum village between Nablus and Qalqaliya. Right next to the site is a site where fireworks are lit frequently, which startles detainees around the clock, due to the loud noise which resembles gun-shootings followed by seeming explosions –that is in addition to the fireworks themselves posing a physical threat to the nearby detainees. 

Salem Detention Center and Military Court

This detention center can hold up to 40 prisoners and is located at the northern tip of the West Bank near Salem village (north west of Jenin). The site also includes a military court. 

Ramon Prison

Located in South East Palestine, Ramon is adjacent to the old Nafha prison, and was recently constructed using the American prison system for criminals and drug offenders as a model. The new complex is surrounded by extremely intensified security and consists of  three units each of which can accommodate prisoners. Each unit is divided into 10 rooms and houses 10 prisoners per room. The rooms property mortgage loan rate of interest not exceed meters in width and contain a toilet and a sink; they are about meters in height with only one window for ventilation measuring about 80* cm. As ofthe prison began to be used for detaining security prisoners; the site also includes a section for isolation. 

Negev Desert (Ketziot) Prison

The Negev desert home remedies for flu, was opened in where more than fifty thousand Palestinian prisoners were incarcerated until it was closed in after the signing of the Oslo Accords.  It was then re-opened with the outbreak of the Aqsa Intifada in The prison is located about km south of Jerusalem and about 10 km east of the Egyptian borders. The prison consists of 3 large sections: Section A) which consists of 8 interior sections, each of which can contain prisoners. Each section includes 6 camps. Section B) which consists of caravans, or virtually mobile rooms, which were built in after the prison was burned down, martyring the prisoner Mohammed al-Ashqar. This newer caravan section contains 4 units; though section B contains another 4 units on the opposite side that consist of regular camps. Section C) which is referred to as “the rooms” was built in With all of its units combined, section C can contain prisoners, some of which are administrative detainees. 

Ohalei Keidar Prison

The Beersheba prison complex was established in to detain Palestinian prisoners, and it is located close to the city of Beersheba in Southern Palestine. The site consists of four prisons, each separated from one another: Ohli Kedar and Eshel for security prisoners, Dekel for criminal prisoners, and Ayala which was founded to become the first private prison. Alya was shut down by a Supreme Court decision. The Beersheba complex is used for isolating prisoners in specific cases such as hunger strikes.  Together the four prisons can accommodate hundreds of detainees. Inall security prisoners were deported to other prisons and detention centers, leaving Beersheba as a site for criminal prisoners only. Though aftera new isolation section was established at Beersheba by transforming the existing sections 7 & 8 to isolation sections, as well as returning to imprisoning Palestinian security prisoners in regular cells. Other sections continue to be used for both Arab and Jewish criminals.

Nafha Prison

This old building is located in the southeastern desert area in Palestine. It hollister customer service uk located km from Beersheba and km away from Jerusalem. Sincethe prison was used especially for security prisoners, and it is considered one of the most harsh and severe of the occupation prisons. That comes as no surprise knowing that it was renovated solely for the intended purpose of imprisoning leaders among Palestinian prisoners to subject them to gradual death and to isolate them from the rest of the other prisons. And the prison consists of two buildings: one old and one new (Ramon prison) which are surrounded by extremely intensified security. Due to it being a “desert prison” it is extremely cold during the winter and extremely hot during the summer. The prison also contains a section for isolation. 

Eshel Prison

The Beersheba prison complex was established in to detain Palestinian prisoners, and it is located close to the city of Beersheba in Southern Palestine. The site consists of four prisons, each separated from one another: Ohli Kedar and Eshel for security prisoners, Dekel for criminal prisoners, and Ayala which was founded to become the first private prison. Alya was shut down by a Supreme Court decision. The Beersheba complex is used for isolating prisoners in specific cases such as hunger strikes.  Together the four prisons can accommodate hundreds of detainees. Inall security prisoners were deported to other prisons and detention centers, leaving Beersheba as a site for criminal prisoners only. Though aftera new isolation section was established at Beersheba by transforming the existing sections 7 & 8 to isolation sections, as well the very first president of the united states of america returning to imprisoning Palestinian security prisoners in regular cells. Other sections continue to be used for both Arab and Directions to west valley detention center criminals.

Ofer Detention Center, Prison, and Military Court (&& Beit El Settlement Compound) west valley city restaurants Israeli Occupation forces began using Ofer as a detention center inand transferred managerial authority of Ofer Prison from the occupying military to the Israeli Prison Services in Known as ‘Ofer Camp,’ the site was built on expropriated land from the village of Beitunia in the West Bank—just four kilometers outside the city of Ramallah.  Ofer Detention Center was temporarily closed only to be re-opened with brand new detention sections during the Israeli invasion of the West Bank cities in due to the high number of prisoners and detainees who had been arrested. In addition to prisoners, both administrative detainees and children are sent to Ofer as well. 

Beit El Settlement Compound (not pictured on map):  This is a settler compound known as Beit El located just outside the city limits of Ramallah. It consists of a compound for a variety of administrative civil chambers for the occupation forces including: courts, intelligence and police stations, detention centers, and a Beit El courthouse. Though the court was moved to Ofer after which the Beit El courthouse was closed. The detention center directions to west valley detention center for only a little while after before it was also shut down. 

Ashkelon directions to west valley detention center Central Prison & Prison Building

  • Ashkelon Central Prison :This prison was founded during the British Mandate as a headquarters for British army leaders in Ashkelon and its surrounding areas. It was also used as a royal palace to host official British delegations.  Within Ashkelon palace, one branch was designated as an interrogation center to crackdown on revolutionary fighters, after the defeat of which was met with escalated resistance as part of the national struggle against the occupation as well as a significant increase in the number of prisoners. Ashkelon prison was founded to receive Palestinian prisons beginning from ; its opening was one of the bloodiest of its kind, hence its coming to be known as “al-tashreefa”—referring to the prison guards forcing of prisoners to pass in between two lines from the prison gates to the prison cells and rooms while beating them with batons all over their bodies.​
  • Ashkelon Best bank accounts to open right now Building: Ashkelon Prison is composed of five sections including an isolation section composed of  cells labeled “A, B, C, D, E” situated to the north of other prison sections. There is also a special wing for the Israeli Shabak (security services) for interrogating Palestinian and Arab prisoners. Inthe “shame” section was founded to the north west of the prison, wherein prisoners who collaborated with the Shin Bet security services and the prison administration authorities were grouped. ·         

Hasharon (Telmond) Prison

This prison is located South of the line extending between Tulkaram and Netanya on the old road leading to Hadera. This prison was built in the 70s specifically due to clashes between Arabs and Jews. Today, the prison consists of three sections: one section for children designated as security prisoners and another for children designated as criminal prisoners. The third section is specially designated for Palestinian women prisoners. The prison is surrounded by a high wall that reaches 3 meters in height and includes four high watch towers. The prison previously used to contain a high number of Palestinian children under 16 years of age amongst a number of Jewish criminal prisoners, which endangered their lives and made them vulnerable to harassment and violation by the criminal prisoners. 

Hadarim Prison

This site is located close to Hasharon prison South of the line extending between the two cities of Tulkaram and Netanya on the old road leading to Hadera. Hadarim is a relatively new prison modeled after the US prison system with circularly shaped mynewextsetup.us prison was established primarily for civilians, but later one section became designated for Palestinian security prisoners. The first wave of Palestinian security prisoners sent to Hadarim was in October of The prison itself consists of 8 sections directions to west valley detention center of which can hold up to prisoners.   

Damon Prison

This prison was opened in as a camp for detaining Palestinian prisoners. After being shut down init was reopened during the Al-Aqsa Intifada. Damon Prison is located in Northern Palestine in the forests of Carmel in Haifa. It was established during the British mandate. 

Gilboa Prison

 Located in the North of Palestine, Gilboa prison was recently established in next to Shatta prison in the Beesan (Hebrew: Beit She’an) area. It is a high-security prison, and is described as the most intensely secured of its kind where occupation authorities incarcerate Palestinian prisoners.

Nitzan Prison & Detention Center

This prison & detention center, which was founded inoriginated within Ayalon prison and was referred to as “Ramleh detention.” Init was renamed as ‘Nitzan’ after Gondar Rooney Nitzan who was the prison director at the time and was killed during that same year. This prison can accommodate around prisoners and detainees, and also includes a section exclusively designated for isolation.

Kishon Prison

Located at the crossroads of a main road between Haifa and Nazareth in the territories occupied sincethis site consists of a high security interrogation center. This means that detainees remain detained throughout the interrogation process, and takes place in a building that was established during the British Mandate. 

Petah Tikva Detention Center

This site is located on the colonized land of the Petah Tikva settlement in the territories occupied sinceand was specifically constructed to enable military-administered interrogations with  Palestinian prisoners. The interrogation center was constructed without any windows in the rooms or cells. The Peta Tikva prison is located within the police station in Yafo  governorate. 

Al-Moscobiyeh (The Russian Compound) Interrogation Center and Prison

Located in the middle of Jerusalem near the Old City as part of the so-called “Russian Compound,” this site was founded during the British Mandate and was then known as the central prison. Moscobiyeh is now used as a center to interrogate Palestinian detainees and prisoners from a variety of age groups. At once, it came to be known as “the slaughterhouse” due to the use of harsh torture techniques by authorities in the prison, especially throughout the 80s.   

Shatta (Shita) Prison

Opened inthis prison is located in Beesan valley south of the Galilee Sea where temperatures can run high, reaching up to 40 degrees Celsius in the summer. The prison is surrounded by a high cement wall that reaches meters, topped by barbed wire, and six watch towers. 

Megiddo Prison and Detention Center

Located in the meadow area of Beni Amer en route to Haifa, this prison was used throughout the British Mandate over Palestine and was expanded by the British before the Israeli occupation to include ‘security’ prisoners. Megiddo is therefore a relatively old military-controlled area; its associated detention center was opened by the Israeli occupation forces in March of with the beginning of the First Intifada. Thus the site which was, for a certused to imprison Jewish and Lebanese criminal prisoners then become a prison and detention center. Sincethe managerial authority over the prison was transferred from the occupying military to the Israeli Prison Services. Ofer prison also holds both administrative detainees and children. Occupation forces imprison child prisoners and administrative detainees in Megiddo as well-- which contains a special section for isolation.

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West County Detention Center

Front sign of the West County Detention Center in Richmond, California

West County Detention Center is a large coeducational adult medium security Contra Costa County jail in Richmond, California opened in [1]

Overview[edit]

It is located in the Point Pinole area of the city between Parchester Village to the south, Point Pinole Regional Shoreline to the west and the Hilltop area to the east. The jail can house up to 1, inmates.[1] There are five different housing areas, four for males and one for females.[1] The jail is served by route 71 AC Transit bus service 7 days a week and route late night.[2] also houses the county's "special needs" inmates.[1]

InLori Haley, a spokeswoman for ICE and the Department of Homeland Security, said, "The West County Detention Facility opened in and is one of nine facilities in California contracted by ICE to hold detainees. It holds about 1, inmates. Of that number, an average of to individuals are there under ICE custody and are being processed for removal from the United States based on violations of immigration laws."[3]

New Jail Project[edit]

West County Detention Facility is proceeding with the project to expand jail services. The project will cost $25 million in construction and $5 million a year after the construction. The money is going towards the construction of a high-security wing that can jail extra inmates who are currently housed at the Martinez Detention Facility. The supporters of this project state that the project will allow improved mental health treatment and other services to inmates at the Martinez jail by transporting inmates to the newly constructed wing at West County Detention Facility. The opponents, however, state that the project is wrongly focusing on people already detained and not on prevention.[4]

Programs and Services[edit]

The West County Detention Center main building

The West County Detention Center offers a lot of programs and spaces for inmates to utilize. The spaces provided for them include the following: courtyards, educational classrooms and library facilities. They also offer programs that the inmates could take advantage of, such as, DEUCE (substance abuse, anger and stress management, job development), Computer Applications including Web Design, Adult Basic Education, Independent Study, Transitional Services, English as a Second Language (ESL), GED / High School Diploma preparation and testing and Chaplain Program.[5]

Detainee conditions[edit]

In DecemberSenator Dianne Feinstein formally asked ICE to investigate the detention center, where multiple federal detainees have stated that they were not allowed to use restrooms. Feinstein wrote, "It has been reported that the conditions are so deplorable that detainees are requesting deportation over pursuing claims in immigration court"[6]

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The Valley County Detention Facility is located at W. Spring Street in Cascade, Idaho.

This facility is for adults only.

 

Jail Administrator

Sergeant 

Jail Corporals

Corporal Ryan Nelson[email protected]

Corporal Justin Scott[email protected]

Corporal Michael Lacroix[email protected]

Mission

The primary goal of our Detention Center is the safe, temporary custody of persons subject to incarceration in the Valley County Detention Center.

We accomplish our mission by providing the highest quality Detention Services possible with the resources provided to us. At the Valley County Detention Center we consistently strive to add value to our community by insuring the utmost security and safety of all inmates and the public.

Prison Rape Directions to west valley detention center Act (PREA)

In accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act of the Valley County Sheriff’s Office has established a ZERO-TOLERANCE standard against sexual assault and harassment of inmates. PREA sets the standard that protects Eighth Amendment rights of federal, state, and local prisoners, making the prevention of sexual assault a top priority. The Valley County Sheriff’s Office has developed uniform guidelines and procedures to reduce the risk of in-custody sexual assaults and sexual harassment.

Reporting to the Valley County Sheriff’s Office

Victims of sexual assault while in custody can report several different ways.

    • Report to a staff member.
    • Submit an Inmate Kite to the Medical Deputy.
    • Call someone outside the jail (friend, family) that can contact jail administration on their behalf.
    • Report the allegation to the national PREA hotline ()
    • Report it to Rose Advocates in Cascade, ID ()
    • Report it to your attorney.

    If a victim is no longer in custody they can call Valley County Detention Center Administration at () or ()  Family and Friends that receive information about an incident can contact Valley County Detention Center Administration on an inmate’s behalf.

All reports will remain anonymous. If you fail to report an incident, you could be found to have directions to west valley detention center with deliberate indifference towards the victim’s health and/or safety.  If you file a false report it could result in criminal charges.

(b)-1 The Valley County Adult Detention Center has a policy that requires that allegations of sexual abuse or sexual harassment be referred for investigation to an agency with the legal authority to conduct criminal investigations, including the agency if it conducts its own investigations, unless the allegation does not involve potentially criminal behavior.

Data Review and Corrective Action

The Valley County Detention Center has collected and aggregated data in order to assess and improve the effectiveness of its sexual abuse prevention, detection and response policies, practices and training. This data is readily available to the public and can be found by clicking the following links.

Valley County PREA Report

Valley County Annual Data Sheet

Additional PREA Resources and links

National PREA Resource Center

Valley County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Victim Witness Coordinator

Rose Advocates

 

Visitation

All visits are at least 20 minutes, but may be longer if time and space allows. Appropriate dress is required. Minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian. A State issued picture ID is required by all visitors.

Women:   Saturday to PM

Sunday    to PM

Monday   to PM

Men: Saturday  to PM

Sunday    to PM

Monday    to PM

Inmate Correspondence is to be addressed as follows:

Inmate’s Name C/O Valley County Jail PO BOX Cascade ID

  1. Inmates may have a Bible, but it has to be a soft bound cover.
  2. Books may be sent to inmates on the following conditions, books must be sent directly from the book store or publisher. Such as mynewextsetup.us, Barnes and Noble,  etc.
  3. No envelopes or writing paper can be sent in to inmates. These items are available on jail commissary.
  4. All incoming mail must have a complete return address.

Inmate Contact

Inmates can make phone calls (collect calls only). They cannot receive phone calls. A 3rd party phone company handles all inmate calls. They can be contacted through:

Securus ()

Judgment Sentencing Sign-up

Individuals must sign-up for jail time prior to reporting to jail. This includes court commit and work release time.

For any questions please call Valley County Detention Center at

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West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, California

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Address, Phone Number, and Fax Number for West Valley Detention Center, a Jail & Prison, at Etiwanda Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga CA.

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West Valley Detention Center Details

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Maximum Security
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About the West Valley Detention Center

The West Valley Detention Center, located in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, is a secure facility that houses inmates. The inmates may be awaiting trial or sentencing, or they may be serving a sentence after being convicted of a crime. Jails and Prisons maintain records on inmates, including arrest records, sentencing records, court documents, and other criminal records. West Valley Detention Center makes these records available to the public.

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Detention Services

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Various services are required to maintain and adequately staff the Detention Division, one of the largest divisions in the Sheriff’s Office.

  • Court Security
  • Records
  • Transportation

Court Security

The Court Security Directions to west valley detention center works under the authority of the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office Detention Division. Court Security is based at the Court Holding Facility. Sheriff Deputies secure inmates in holding rooms while they are waiting to appear in court, after their court appearance, and while they await return to the Detention Center.

This section works with the Transportation Deputies and is staffed with a Lieutenant, a Sergeant and 16 deputy sheriffs, which are funded by the courts. This section is tasked with providing security for the court, judges, courthouse staff and the public. Overpeople enter the main courthouse annually serviced by an additional three satellite courts: Department Nine Superior Court, Family Court, and Traffic Court .

Records

The Records Section is operated under the authority of the Sheriff’s Office Detention Division. It is located at the Monroe Detention Center in Woodland, California. Personnel support the Detention Facility, Patrol, Transportation, Court Security, Detectives, Sheriff’s Work Inmate Program, Civil, Boats, and Coroner Sections. Since this division is a 24 hour operation, personnel also work with Yolo County city law enforcement and other outside agencies.

All incoming calls for the Monroe Detention Facility are received by this section. Records personnel also handle the administrative telephone lines after business hours, and on weekends and holidays.

Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) &#; The California VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when the offender&#;s custody status changes. The VINE toll-free number for the California VINE system is California State VINE is a service of the California State Sheriffs&#; Association and is provided by your local sheriff.

Transportation

The Sheriff’s Transportation Section uses a state-of-the art Braun-Northwest, 34 passenger inmate transport vehicle to transport an average of inmates per day between the Detention Center and Court House for their appearance before the court.

The bus is also used to transport inmates between the Deuel Vocational Institute (DVI) in Tracy and the Yolo County Sheriff’s Detention Center. This section is heavily involved in the T.O.P.I.C. (Transportation of Prisoners in Cooperation) program with other law enforcement agencies. The program saves valuable monetary and personnel resources.

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West Valley Detention Center

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