November 16, 2017 | View as webpage
Dear CorrectionsOne Member,
In this month’s C1 Leadership eNewsletter, we take a look at how video arraignments save money and boost facility safety, list six simple steps you can take to guarantee correctional officers are completing their tasks, and detail key strategies to reduce fatigue among your staff.

We also present two articles centered on investigations. Seth Augenstein reports on the staggering number of inmates missing from DNA databases, and Tyson Howard breaks down the role corrections and parole officers play in assisting police investigations.
The CorrectionsOne Team
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Hidden in prison: Thousands of inmates not in DNA databases
By Seth Augenstein, Forensic Magazine
A significant number of unsolved mysteries could be cracked with a simple swab in a violent criminal’s cheek, experts say.
Unsolved mysteries
Knowledge is power: How intelligence sharing assists investigations
By Tyson Howard, C1 Columnist
Parole officers and corrections officers can play a vital role in solving cases.
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W. Va. recruiter: Better pay only solution to staff shortages at prisons
Numbers show staff shortage during deadly NC prison escape attempt
'Mass exodus' of Texas COs leaves some units understaffed
Fatal overdoses at Pa. halfway house brings calls for investigation
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