June 28, 2018 | View as webpage
Dear CorrectionsOne Leader,
Thomas Jefferson said, “Knowledge is power, knowledge is safety, and knowledge is happiness.” Ongoing education throughout your corrections career is critical to ensuring success as a leader. In this month’s C1 Leadership eNewsletter, we take a look at ongoing education and other key areas of focus for continued career growth and development.

We also explore six issues prison reform measures must address, and how an electronic law library can help your facility budget.
The CorrectionsOne Team
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How Does Your Facility Handle Threats from Blood & Bodily Fluid?
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FINANCE & BUDGET
How an electronic law library saves money, improves inmate access to info
By Joe Bouchard, C1 Columnist
Implementing an electronic law library can contain research costs and reduce risks of inmate litigation, while keeping your facility in compliance with specific state mandates.
Many benefits
PRISON REFORM
6 issues prison reform measures must address
By Robert Brzenchek, American Military University
Our criminal justice system should not unfairly target individuals of lower socioeconomic means; here’s what needs to change.
Socioeconomic issues
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