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Inside Rikers Island–
Diane Sawyer went inside the unit called punitive segregation, where inmates are locked up for up to 23 hours a day.
Why cultural diversity training matters for COs–
In this video, Joe Willis highlights the importance of cultural diversity training for law enforcement officers. The main purpose of training is to instill a sense of community no matter where you are. Throughout his trainings, he is sure to develop the program based off of the neighborhoods through personal communication and relationship building. Although each training session is unique, each circuit defines “implicit bias”, promotes the courage to implement these practices, as well as generate a total buy-in from top to bottom.
Freedom to Play: Music As Prison Rehabilitation–
Can music heal us? The Decoda chamber ensemble is convinced it can by making music accessible to everyone. Every year, the New York City-based collective spends one week at the Lee Correctional Institution teaching inmates at the maximum security facility to play and compose music as part of a rehabilitation program.
Why COs need to train for quick closure–
Police trainer Lee Shaykhet and Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief discuss the concept of the quick closure when confronted by a combative suspect.
Why COs should train for a 'Plan B'–
In this video tip, Tony Lambraia demonstrates how you can help prepare your COs for the very likely eventuality that the first technique they use to control a subject may not work precisely as planned or practiced. Tony emphasizes that during training, COs should work on transitioning to Plan B and even plans C, D, and E.
The power of apology: When and how COs should say sorry–
Doug Wyllie PoliceOne Editor in Chief interviews Matt Stiehm about the power of apology and how to use it in a strategic manner.
Why every CO should ask themselves 'would I work for me?'–
Manuel Ovalle discusses how to identify weaknesses in oneself and reminds his trainees to pinpoint and address their own weakness, while setting a critical, yet understanding tone.
How social media can help your department–
Police One Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie talks with Mickey Osterreicher to talk about the role social media should play in your department. Both benefits and potential detriments are discussed.
Audio recordings from old Ga. county jail ghost investigation–
The Savannah Ghost Research Society released audio recordings from it's ghost investigation at the old Chatham County jail.
The power of asking "What's Important Now?" in corrections–
Brian Willis discusses 'The Secret" and the power of "What's Important Now" in policing at the inaugural WINx: Inspiring Excellence in Law Enforcement event. For more information or to register for the next WINx event, visit www.experienceWINx.com.
Marines apprehend Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' in hail of gunfire–
It took about 15 minutes to secure the house.
Third video released in Alaska inmate's death–
The video documents the death of an inmate while in custody.
Why social identity directly relates to escalation of force–
Team One Network Instructor Joe Willis talks about how escalation of force is affected by cultural groups and what decisions may or may not be made by those factors.
Correctional officer talks about struggling with PTSD–
A federal correctional officer speaks about his battles with PTSD and how his career triggered it.
At a crossroads?: NC correctional officer recruitment video–
Learn more about a career as a correctional officer with the North Carolina Department of Public Safety.
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