Oct. 25, 2018 | View as webpage
Dear CorrectionsOne Leader,
There’s nothing more important to running a corrections facility than having a staff of ethical officers. Those in law enforcement must be held to the highest standards when it comes to ethics and morals. In this month’s C1 Leaders eNewsletter, we outline steps you can take to ensure your officers are shining examples of integrity.

Are you ready for the crisis that may be heading to your facility? We present two articles that detail how you can prepare for the day you hope will never come.
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CRISIS MANAGEMENT
Are you ready for the crisis that may be heading your way?
By Force Science News
Implementing a crisis communications plan will prepare police leaders to navigate the treacherous tsunami of social media during the first 24-48 hours of a crisis.
PUBLIC PERCEPTION
5 strategies for corrections leadership to offset negativity
By Paul Cappitelli, C1 Columnist
Leaders must accept that there is always a disparity between public perception and the actual facts surrounding a high-profile incident.
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