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 Suspicious 'legal mail'
 Video: Elbow combat tactics
 Mistaken ID leads to 53 days in jail
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Suspicious 'legal mail'
A C1 member submitted photos of this envelope, labeled "legal papers." The envelope felt heavier than usual, so COs had the receiver open the mail in front of them.
Attorney had not sent anything
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Elbow combat tactics you should know
By practicing "elbow sets," corrections officers can become proficient in delivering elbow strikes from a variety of positions and targets. Watch the video
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Mistaken ID leads to 53 days in jail
Woman insisted she was not the woman police wanted for throwing hot water on a man. They ignored her cries of, "you've got the wrong person!"
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