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Dear Leadership eNews subscriber,

This month's eNews invites readers to grow on both an organizational and a personal level.

Cherrie Greco explains that bringing your facility into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act requires administrators to account for inmates with mental, not just physical, disabilities. And Bruce Bayley and Laura Bedard challenge administrators to up their game this month. Bruce outlines a training foundation based on a solid understanding of ethics, morality, and virtue, and Laura challenges us to focus our New Year's resolutions on improving ourselves professionally as well as personally.

— Drew Johnson, CorrectionsOne Editor
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Bringing your facility into ADAAA compliance
With the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAAA) in 2008, agencies are determining the best approach for achieving compliance to include intellectual disabilities...
Begin by tweaking existing policies
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Ethics, morality, and virtue: A foundation for modern training
A strong training foundation relies on a well defined set of ethics that staff can apply in their pursuit of virtuous behavior...
The Officer Behavior Cycle
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Applying your New Year's resolutions to the workplace
Instead of resolving to lose weight for your New Year's resolution, commit to becoming a better corrections professional in 2001...
Begin with how you treat inmates
Management News
Georgia to close women's prison

Ohio meets striking inmates' demands

Interim warden effects change at Pa. prison

California sheriff cool to inmate transfers

NJ Court: Jails shouldn't pay for unnecessary jobs

Ga. detention center is largest in nation
Blog Post of the Month
Focus on reentry reduced Wisconsin's prison population
Wisconsin has undergone successful efforts to reduce their prison population by 14% over the last couple of years during a period when crime continued to decline. What did they do to achieve that? ...
Wasn't because of controversial earned release program

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