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TRENDING THIS WEEK
Inmate charged in fatal assault of Pa. CO
Paul Kendrick is charged with killing Sgt. Mark Baserman, who died 11 days after the attack.
Video: 16 inmates indicted after fight at Ill. jail
A Grand Jury indicted 16 current Cook County Jail inmates on one count each in connection with a large fight that broke out in a maximum security unit this month.
2 Mich. corrections officers 'dressed out' by inmate
A prisoner threw feces on two corrections officers last week, drenching one of them to his shoulders.
Prisoner gets more time for running inmate taxi service
Authorities say a federal inmate has been sentenced additional time for running a taxi service that ferried escaped inmates to restaurants, hotels and homes.
How COs can improve inmate communication
The three minutes you invest by stopping and talking to an inmate is the hour you may save later in the day.
How to handle the understaffing crisis in corrections
Correctional officers are having to rack up hundreds of mandatory overtime hours, which can threaten both CO and inmate safety.
3 Ways to Increase Safety and Reduce Costs in Your Facility with a New Eating Utensil
Decrease the risk of inmates injuring themselves and others by adopting the paperboard EcoSecurity Utensil.
Cut costs, boost safety
eBook: Understanding and Managing Corrections Officer Stress
COs' high-stress jobs affect their mental health, often leading to burnout, PTSD and suicide. Here's how to understand and manage stress.
Learn how to recognize the signs of stress
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