Full list of Corrections Training results
How much do you trust an inmate who helps you?– 21
In this scenario, an inmate helps an officer who has seemingly lost his keys — what should be the reply?
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?
Don’t let ego get in the way of inmate control–
One of the best ways to bolster your career longevity in corrections is to remove your ego from the duties you carry out
How inmates use quid pro quo to manipulate COs–
Here's how to avoid falling into this trap
11 home visit safety tips for probation and parole officers–
Home visits are fluid, so officers need to be able to adapt and quickly shift gears to prioritize their safety
What do you do? Inmate's suicide ploy is an attempt to control housing– 20
One inmate has figured out how he can somewhat control where he is housed; how would you handle this scenario before his behavior spreads and affects all inmates in the facility?
4 types of policies rookies should pay close attention to– 8
Policies set the guidelines and expectations of how to function as a correctional officer in any facility; know your facility’s policies by heart
Principles for success as a CO: Federal law–
While the inmates in our care have been legitimately deprived of liberty, they still have certain constitutional rights
How complacency threatens the safety and integrity of a facility– 1
Anthony Gangi discusses the dangers of complacency
How a dynamic response mindset improves correctional officer safety–
Deploying multiple skills at the same time helps correctional professionals be more effective in an ever-changing environment
5 steps to correctional management success–
Here are five steps on what it takes to be a strong leader who correctional staff want to follow
Leadership foundations in corrections–
Having a good work ethic, a professional appearance and sound job knowledge will build your confidence as a leader and earn you the respect of your officers
What it really means to be 'firm, fair and consistent'–
Here's what 'firm, fair and consistent' should and should not be
When rookies and senior staff clash– 2
Are you not being welcomed by senior staff because you’re a rookie?
How control officers can lower inmate anxiety and increase facility safety– 1
Positive communication from the control tower can set the tone for the rest of the facility
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