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Spotting alcohol withdrawal in jail inmates
By Lorry Schoenly, C1 Staff
Inmates brought into a jail from the street are suddenly cut off from their usual substance supply. This can lead to some dangerous situations that need quick medical intervention. Alcohol and drug withdrawal is an everyday fact of life for this population. How do you know when to seek a medical evaluation for an oddly acting inmate?
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$15K reward in case of murdered CO
 The widow of a Miami-Dade corrections officer who was gunned down in front of his own home made a plea to the public Friday to help police find the person responsible for murdering her husband. (Image CBS 4) Reward for info going up
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Ohio CO sues county for inadequate jail staffing
Mass. conference focuses on correctional officer suicide and wellness
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Contraband Command Center
Cell phone charger hidden in red mug
A regular coffee cup from commissary can be easily altered to hide contraband. Even a cup that appears to be full of liquid can be used to smuggle items. Half full or half empty?
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Video Tactical Tip
Hand positioning and corrections
Learn how the "time out sign" can help to prevent a possible assault. Watch the video
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Man gets 14 years in fraud involving severed hand
A South Carolina judge has sentenced the 58-year-old ringleader of a scheme to cut off the hand of a mentally disabled man to collect insurance money.
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