Full list of Ethics results
Walker State Prison Vietnam Memorial Wall–
More than 200 offenders at Walker State Prison gave Vietnam Veterans in the community the welcome home they deserved on Veterans Day with the unveiling of a 1/4 scale replace of the Vietnam Memorial Wall during a ceremony at the prison.
Brandon Bethea shocked with ECD 3 times before death–
The video shows an officer fired three times and Bethea was left alone for about 20 minutes.
The 2 Most Dangerous Words in Law Enforcement–
Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, and Brian Willis identify and discuss the two most dangerous words in law enforcement and offer suggestions for a better way of responding.
Texas inmates strike–
Inmates from seven prisons are protesting lack of quality water and food, low wages, and poor working conditions
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Prison (HBO)–
America's prisons are broken. Just ask John Oliver and several puppets.
A thank you to corrections officers–
An expression of appreciation and a sincere thank you to corrections officers all over the world.
Inmate abuse in South African prison–
Reports of inmate abuse by British security firm G4S in a prison in South Africa.
Father of slain correctional officer speaks–
Donald Williams speaks about the murder of his son Eric Williams, a correctional officer at the United States Penitentiary at Canaan in Wayne County, Pa.
Inmates take class on fatherhood–
A group of Metro Corrections inmates are being taught a set of life skills many of them never learned from their own parents: how to be a good father.
UN slams North Korea for "unspeakable" prison conditions–
A new UN report compares conditions in North Korea's prison camps to those found in Nazi jails after World War II.
A look into suicide watches–
An exploration of the suicide watch process at Allen County Jail in Fort Wayne, Ind.
An inmate's last meal–
How a chef handles the last meal process.
Teaching Ethics in prison–
Gregory B. Sadler discusses his experiences teaching Ethics courses at Indiana State Prison, and how they can play a role in an inmate's moral transformation.
Shifting of Calif. prisoners prompts calls of racial discrimination–
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is shifting thousands of inmates in and out of state prisons, due to concerns over a fungal infection known as Valley Fever.