July 27, 2017 | View as webpage
Dear CorrectionsOne Subscriber,
Mistakes are bound to happen, but it's all about how you handle them. In this month's Leadership eNews, we offer tips and tricks into how to lead through difficult situations at your facility.

We also offer insight into how corrections leaders can tackle health risks to protect their officers and take a look into how one facility saved energy and money by going green.
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How to mitigate health risks for corrections officers
By John C. Becker Jr., C1 Contributor
A leader who is realistic about risks and proactive about solutions can have a major impact on personnel well-being.
The fatigue factor
How Calif.'s prison population limit accelerated CDCR's effort to 'go green'
By Doug Wyllie, C1 Editor at Large
After the CDCR was ordered to improve its medical and mental health care facilities, the agency embraced eco-friendly construction.
Saving energy and money
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DOJ rules intensify crackdown on sanctuary cities and grants
Calif. inmates shot escape video on contraband cellphone
COs: 2 unreported uprisings at troubled Kan. prison
NC prisons get tougher in fight against smuggled drugs, cellphones
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