Editor's Note:

In Part 2 of our Prisoner Transport Special Issue, Gary Klugiewicz applies the seemingly simple concept of contact/cover to prisoner transport. Gary explains why the cover officer is a position, not a person. Plus, Barry Evert reveals the "universal truths" of transport, starting with secrecy. Then, if you've ever been involved in a high-profile transport, you know how critical team coordination is. Dave Young breaks down the team players in multiagency move, and tells you why even the smallest departments need to be prepared for the Big One. Be sure to check out Part 1 of our Prisoner Transport Special Issue.

— CorrectionsOne editorial team

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