Full list of Corrections Training results
Signs you are being manipulated by the inmate population–
Here's how you can recognize and stop inmate manipulation
Signs of a potential inmate disturbance–
In this tip, Lexipol co-founder Gordon Graham discusses things to look out for that could indicate an impending inmate disturbance.
How to bounce back from a bad outcome in your correctional facility–
Why trading finger-pointing for constructive response keeps officers resilient and maintains morale
7 mistakes that rookie correctional officers consistently make– 15
We all make mistakes, but there are some that everyone makes over and over again
How to survive your first year as a correctional officer–
From dealing with hostile co-workers to avoiding manipulative inmates, new correctional officers face many challenges during their first few months on the job
How leaders can celebrate important moments in corrections–
The recognition goes a long way toward making staff feel appreciated
Tips for a safe, successful cell extraction– 1
Here are some tips you should take with you when doing a cell extraction
Right or wrong: Supervisor doesn't write up officer for security breach– 53
The officer left his post unsecured in order to assist another officer being attacked by an inmate
5 tips to survive your first day working in corrections– 1
The first day is never easy. Here are some tips to get you through it
3 ways to mentally prepare for an attack– 5
Do you have the will to survive if your life is in imminent danger?
12 tips for correctional trainers–
Follow these steps to ensure you provide an engaging learning experience for your students
7 steps to becoming an expert in your field in corrections–
There are many ways to develop expertise in a specialty field within corrections
Responding to an inmate escape– 1
There are some key steps correctional officers can take to prepare for a safe and effective response to a prison escape
What would you do? Creating UOF policies for pregnant inmates– 5
A pregnant inmate poses a threat to herself and others; how should the warden create policy that allows officers to use force, but also protects the unborn child?
Is an officer being insubordinate or following procedure?– 27
An officer refuses an order to respond to a situation, saying it would have forced him to leave his post unmanned. Was he right, or should he have followed orders?
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