Full list of Corrections Training results
What would you do? Creating UOF policies for pregnant inmates– 5
In this week's scenario, a pregnant inmate poses a threat to herself and others; how should the warden of her facility create policy that allows officers full use of force, but also protects the unborn child?
Is an officer being insubordinate or following procedure?– 26
In this week's scenario, an officer refuses a direct order to respond to a situation, saying that it would have forced him to leave his post unmanned. Was he right to do so, or should he have followed orders?
Is it ever okay for a correctional officer to shake an inmate’s hand?– 24
Is the answer a flat-out “no” or does it depend on the situation?
What would you do? Rookie asks about wiggle room in policy– 9
In this week's scenario, a training recruit has asked if it's possible to be 'creative' with policy in order to lessen predictability
Principles for success as a CO: Agency policy and procedure–
Knowing your facility's policy will help keep you confident and competent in your decisions and actions
Use the 'What If' game to reduce complacency– 1
Complacency results when you make assumptions that are corrosive to the safety and security of your institution
How a suspect can shoot while handcuffed behind the back–
Handcuffed suspects and inmates can still be a deadly threat to officers, whether on the street, in a jail or in prison
What would you do? Too many inmates, too few officers– 17
In today's scenario, an officer with too much on his plate knows that he will be disciplined if he doesn't report his tours correctly. What would you do in this situation?
Tips for better correctional officer report writing–
Reports have a far longer life than the shift, the month or even the year in which they are written
5 tips on body language and contraband interdiction–
Keeping our facilities safe requires us to think ahead of the inmate population
Is an inmate’s life worth breaking policy?– 16
Should an officer be punished for doing what comes naturally when seeing someone in peril of death?
Survey: Critical skills required for public safety leadership–
Researchers aim to identify the critical skills required for public safety professionals to succeed in a leadership role
How much do you trust an inmate who helps you?– 25
In this scenario, an inmate helps an officer who has seemingly lost his keys — what should be the reply?
Who’s really in your jail? Why we need to treat all inmates with caution–
We must resist the temptation to let our guard down based upon someone’s custody level, job assignment or even their behavior while incarcerated
What would you do? Advice for working with female inmates– 11
In this week's scenario, an officer is looking to switch facilities and received an offer to transfer to a female facility. Should he do it?
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