Study finds flaws in how Washington jails handle disabled inmates
By Rachel Alexander
Published in The Spokesman Review on April 11, 2016
“A new study says many jails across Washington routinely fail to screen inmates properly for disabilities, delay access to medication and inappropriately place disabled inmates in solitary confinement.
The study, released last week by Disability Rights Washington, used Gonzaga Law School students to analyze policies and do site visits for all 38 jails in the state.”