Dec. 27, 2018 | View as webpage
Dear CorrectionsOne Member,
There are many things that keep correctional facility leaders awake at night. The rising complexity and increasing costs of inmate medical care may be at the top of that list. In this month’s C1 Leaders eNewsletter, we focus on three issues that present unique challenges in correctional healthcare: mental illness, substance abuse and elderly inmates.

We also look at how VADOC continues to see success with the Cognitive Community model and how leaders should deal with glory grabbers in corrections.
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LEADERSHIP EXCLUSIVE
Challenges replicating the Cognitive Community model in corrections
By Dudley Bush and Jessica Lee, AMU
Based on the outcomes in Virginia, the Cognitive Community model has a high potential for successful replication in other correctional systems, both adult and juvenile.
TRAINING EXCLUSIVE
How correctional leaders can redirect 'glory grabbers'
By Joe Bouchard, C1 Columnist
These individuals may deliberately sabotage projects to enhance how they look, which can compromise everyone’s safety in corrections.
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