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Searching a Suspect–
Watch this scenario-based video where Richard Tracy discusses the importance to searching a suspect each time they have been moved or transferred, even when they have already been in police custody. Get this video and more from CorrectionsOne Academy to learn new tactics as an officer or for your personnel.
Inside the NJACA's conference on hate crimes and public safety–
The NJ Chapter of the American Correctional Association, the NJ Association of Criminal Justice Educators, and Seton Hall University hosted a conference on hate crimes and public safety. These types of events spark dialogue, and help build relationships that effectuate positive change within the field.
A day in the life of a recruit corrections officer–
A first-person glimpse into a recruit officer’s journey to become a NYC corrections officer.
Expectations for the Michigan Department of Corrections academy–
This video explains the expectations while in training to be a Michigan corrections officer.
A day in the life of a NYC corrections officer–
At the NYC Dept. of Correction, no 2 days are ever the same.
NY DOC physical agility test–
Interested in becoming a corrections officer? You must successfully complete all of your pre-employment requirements, including the Physical Agility Test.
Corruption behind bars–
CorrectionsOne Contributor Gary York explains how corrupt corrections officers taint the image of the prison system.
CorrectionsOne Academy - Forcing Compliance Under Pressure–
Watch this scenario-based video to learn new techniques using the feet and hands to get an inmate to comply with orders. Get this video and more from CorrectionsOne Academy to learn new tactics as an officer or for your personnel.
Applying the DRM in use-of-force incidents–
In this video, Doug Wyllie discusses the Dynamic Resistance Response Model (DRM) with Chuck Joyner. Information and tips imparted will help officers when they are faced with future use of force decisions.
How to respond to threats by closing the distance–
In this video, Doug Wyllie and Lee Shaykhet discuss responding to threats through a concept known as "closing the distance."
Complacency of leadership in corrections–
Doug Wyllie interviews Dennis Valone about complacency as it relates to those in leadership positions in law enforcement.
Applying the brachial stun after 'answering the phone'–
In this video tactical tip, Joseph “Little Joe” Ferrera discusses and demonstrates how you can combine two techniques previously covered in his DT series — answering the phone, and the brachial stun.
Women behind bars–
An inside look at the women behind bars.
SCDC first CO training class for mentally ill inmates–
The South Carolina Department of Corrections began CO training classes for dealing with mentally ill inmates.
How to assess injuries with the B.A.R.S. technique–
Doug Wyllie interviews Van Postell about a technique known as B.A.R.S. This technique is a rapid injury assessment that can be used when dealing with any casualty.
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