Editor's Note:

Welcome to Part 1 of C1's two part special Prisoner Transport coverage, taking a look at one of the most common — and dangerous — correctional assignments. In Part 1, Joel Lashley discusses how to stay safe in a highly porous hospital environment, while Darrell Ross tells you how to maintain an impeccable legal defense in the face of a high-liability task. Also, be sure to check out C1's exclusive video tips, and look for Part 2 next week.

— CorrectionsOne editorial team
Prisoner transports, officer safety & liability issues

By Dr. Darrell Ross
Every corrections officer needs regular training in the safe methods of prisoner transport, but they also need to know what's at stake legally.

In fact, liability issues can easily escalate into a lawsuit.

Here, I'll walk you through the aspects of prisoner transport that are most vulnerable to liability — so that your department can be in the best defensible position.

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