December 18, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear Leader,

Corrections and law enforcement officers perform prisoner transport thousands of times daily across the nation for a variety of purposes. The task can be one of the most dangerous for officers, requiring constant vigilance to ensure prisoners are both safely and securely transported.

This month’s Leadership eNewsletter provides an overview of how technology and training can improve safety for any agency involved in prisoner transport.

What is your biggest challenge for maintaining safety during prisoner transport? Email editor@correctionsone.com.


The CorrectionsOne Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
Reducing the risks associated with prisoner transport
By James Careless
The right mix of technology, training, situational awareness and effective oversight can minimize both physical and liability risks
Implementing scenario-based prisoner transport training
By Gary York
Inmate transport is the weakest link in our inmate chain of custody, so correctional facilities must provide the training and tools necessary for safe transport
7 technologies that belong in every prisoner transport vehicle
By James Careless
It is impossible to eliminate the dangers associated with moving inmates in prisoner transport vehicles, but installing the right equipment can reduce the risks
How One Oregon Jail Uses X-Ray Screening to Keep Out Contraband Drugs
Find out how this Oregon sheriff led the charge to make X-ray screening a common practice in the state’s county jails.
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OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
How to select and train officers for high-risk inmate transports
By Rusty Ringler
Those tasked with performing high-risk transports should have a mastery of the basics before being given assignments with an added element of risk
Video: Inmate transportation safety
By Gordon Graham
Lexipol co-founder Gordon Graham discusses safety considerations during inmate transport
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