Solitary Watch is pleased to announce the release of the Spanish translation of our FAQ page. This is by far our most visited resource, and we wanted to make it available to all Spanish speakers as well. From basic statistics to psychological and neurological effects to costs, legal precedents, and reform efforts, our FAQ provides well-sourced answers […]
After we published Sal Rodriguez’s comprehensive FAQ on solitary confinement, readers asked for a shortened version that they could easily print out, photocopy, and distribute. That version is now available as a four-page PDF. Click here to download: Solitary Confinement FAQ (short version). Or go to the FAQ tab, above, for a permanent link to the PDF.
Our amazing intern/reporter/researcher Sal Rodriguez, author of several fact sheets and articles on this site, has produced a new resource: Frequently Asked Questions on Solitary Confinement. Questions include: What is solitary confinement? How many people are held in solitary confinement? Who gets put in solitary confinement? What are conditions like in solitary confinement? How long do […]