September 23, 2018: Several prisoners escaped from their cells on the 12th floor of the jail and destroyed jail infrastructure including surveillance cameras, sprinkler heads and ceiling tiles.
September 21, 2018: At least six juvenile detainees reportedly grabbed staff who were trying to take another boy back to his cell. During the melee, the boys flipped tables and threw chairs, threatened staff and destroyed property. Specific details remain unclear. Following
September 7, 2018: Staff mobilize security teams and law enforcement from the surrounding area to contain prisoners who "became noncompliant" on the recreation yard. News helicopters captured images of prisoners, dressed in white, in the yard confronted by a line of guards.
August 31, 2018: Two women escaped from Gallia County Jail after breaching the security system.
August 29-September 5, 2018: At least 12 prisoners begin refusing meals in protest of conditions. One prisoner, A'Keem Cropper, speaks with local media and explains the motivation for the hunger strike. According to prison authorities, one week later the last of the hunger
August 27, 2018: According to the group IDOC Watch, "Several inmates in the Secure Housing Unit (SHU) at Wabash Valley Correctional Facility are initiating a hunger strike in protest of their already starvation-level meal portions, their lack of access to basic necessities
August 24-27, 2018: According to the group Northwest Detention Center Resistance, approximately 200 detainees participate in a hunger strike "in response to the call for a national prison strike in the U.S."
August 22, 2018: Prisoners refused orders to return to their cells and engaged in a non-violent sit-down protest in order to raise grievances regarding lack of recreation time.
August, 2018 (exact dates uncertain): North Carolina prisoners issued a set of 8 additional demands focusing on mental health treatment and solitary confinement as well as a call for truce between various groups of prisoners. On August 20, supporters gathered for a noise
August, 2018 (exact dates uncertain): Jailhouse Lawyers Speak declare active boycotts and work stoppages at multiple facilities in Georgia, but state that "strike numbers are not yet strong enough to shut down a prison". A spokesperson for JLS reminds reporters of the brutal