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View Online Corrections Nation C1 Products Jan. 15, 2013 Week 278
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Winter weather gear conceals contraband
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.
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The importance of policies and procedures
Gary Klugiewicz and correctional training expert Marty Drapkin talk about the importance of the development of policies and procedures. Watch the video
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Alligator found during probation check
A Castro Valley, Calif., man is in jail and an alligator authorities say he likely had to protect a stash of marijuana has been taken to a zoo.
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