Ajax, your decision to fight this situation will not only affect your existence, but the existence of countless others. Thank you for making that spotlight brighter. I think there was a case in Philadelphia concerning a woman who paid the ultimate price for the prison system's lack of regard.
I wrote to the ADA concerning the jail here in Greenville County and a young man who had spent several years as an adolescent in the juvenile "justice" system (he was T1 and when the nurse didn't come in, he didn't get his "shot" for the day) and received information that could be used in a presentation of law enforcement officers.
The problem down here is that too many of these prison guards and jail officers do not care. They are unmotivated to look twice at anything other than their paychecks. There are some good officers, but most down here are corrupted by a corrupt system and dehumanized by their roles.
Only through work that people like you do will there ever be any change. Please let me know if I can dig around into law for you. I'm not a lawyer, but I can do research.