July 26, 2018 | View as webpage
Dear CorrectionsOne Leader,
It goes without saying that grants can go a long way to improving the security and operational efficiency of your facility. In this month’s C1 Leadership eNewsletter, we feature a number of articles to help you secure much-needed funding for your facility.

And for all you retired or soon-to-be retired COs, we offer advice on how to best navigate the challenging transition from corrections life to civilian life.
The CorrectionsOne Team
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 more
Work habits to break for retirement
By Joe Bouchard, C1 Columnist
Shedding your work-related habits can help you acclimate to a non-corrections life.
Decompress the stress
5 rules for a retired correctional officer
By Rich Von Voigt, C1 Contributor
What happens to us when we separate from our profession and move back into civilian life?
Breath of fresh air
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