Failure to Protect

For individuals who are in custodial care, such as inmates in prison, the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments impose legal obligations on the custodial staff to provide them with reasonable protection against known dangers. This may include protection from physical abuse by staff or other inmates, or situations where the individual poses harm to him or herself, or is suicidal.

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