Full list of Officer Safety results
The lethal toll of hot prisons– 2
A look at how hot prisons threaten the safety of corrections officers and inmates. Jointly reported by The Weather Channel, The Marshall Project and Divided Films.
Ariz. jail offers tablets to inmates as part of new program– 10
Pima County Jail offers inmates tablets to inmates at a cost to inmates and their families. Everything sent and received is vetted.
The 'Officer Dignity Initiative'– 1
The video presents the efforts of Michigan Corrections Organization and other strategic partners to protect employee dignity, promote consistent prosecutions, and hold inmates accountable for both liquid assaults and sexual deviant behavior toward corrections employees.
Inside the NJACA's conference on hate crimes and public safety–
The NJ Chapter of the American Correctional Association, the NJ Association of Criminal Justice Educators, and Seton Hall University hosted a conference on hate crimes and public safety. These types of events spark dialogue, and help build relationships that effectuate positive change within the field.
Key takeaways from the Del. prison riot report–
Independent investigators have released their preliminary report of their findings in regards to the Delaware riot that occurred on February 1, 2017. Their findings show that the situation could have been prevented had proper communication existed between frontline and management. Anthony Gangi discusses his specific concerns related to the preliminary report and highlights the need for correctional management on a national level to read this report. Delaware is the outcome of a national issue that is making the field of corrections vulnerable. What happens in Delaware can easily happen elsewhere. Why wait? Act now, so we can prevent the loss of another hero.
A day in the life of a NYC corrections officer–
At the NYC Dept. of Correction, no 2 days are ever the same.
Corruption behind bars– 1
CorrectionsOne Contributor Gary York explains how corrupt corrections officers taint the image of the prison system.
Applying the DRM in use-of-force incidents–
In this video, Doug Wyllie discusses the Dynamic Resistance Response Model (DRM) with Chuck Joyner. Information and tips imparted will help officers when they are faced with future use of force decisions.
How to respond to threats by closing the distance–
In this video, Doug Wyllie and Lee Shaykhet discuss responding to threats through a concept known as "closing the distance."
Confessions of a serial killer caught on tape–
Israel Keyes is linked to eight murders, and police say he calmly described how he chose his victims and confessed to being a serial killer.
Chicago jail fight injures 2 COs, 20 inmates–
About 20 inmates and two correctional officers were injured in a series of fights at a jail in Chicago.
Applying the brachial stun after 'answering the phone'–
In this video tactical tip, Joseph “Little Joe” Ferrera discusses and demonstrates how you can combine two techniques previously covered in his DT series — answering the phone, and the brachial stun.
Surveillance video shows Racine County CO being attacked–
Deonte Anderson was booked for an armed robbery charge, but turned and punched the CO in the face.
Women behind bars–
An inside look at the women behind bars.
A look at gangs inside Santa Rita Jail–
National Geographic gets an inside look at how violent Santa Rita Jail inmates can become and the struggle COs face on the inside.
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