By Gary Cornelius, C1 Columnist 'Chumps' are what the inmates call us who patrol the institution and maintain security and custody. Webster's dictionary defines the word chump as a 'dupe' or 'fool.' We are 'chumps' because the inmates think that officers and non sworn staff can be fooled, manipulated and dance like puppets to the inmates' tune. Here's how the derogatory term can be turned into a valuable learning tool. Control and not complacency
Feds: Second inmate who escaped Chicago jail captured
The inmate attempted to elude authorities by disguising himself as an old man. He was arrested after people living in this apartment building reported someone living in the basement. (Image ABC 7 News)Due in court
By Joe Bouchard, C1 Columnist
In the world of contraband control, what we see is not necessarily the truth. This is the case in any concealment trick, including seemingly innocent articles of clothing. Consider this glove
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