New data gathered by state and federal corrections officials indicates that as many as 100,000 prison inmates were in solitary confinement in 2014, far higher than previous estimates.
A report issued Wednesday by the Association of State Correctional Administrators in conjunction with Yale Law School’s Arthur Liman Public Interest Program also says that prison officials regard prolonged isolation of prisoners as a “grave problem,” and are moving quickly to rein in the practice.
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