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NEW Swine Flu and Correctional Security

While the extent of the Swine Flu / H1N1 Virus, is still unknown, those of us in the field of corrections need to begin implementing our policies for Pandemic and/or non-emergency medical events. Some of the steps that I am recommending you take immediately are what I would do if I were operating an agency or institution. I am approaching this from a security-operations standpoint, not from a medical or political standpoint. Operating corrections, detention and juvenile facilities requires us, at times, to take preemptive actions to ward-off problems. Mitigating the effects of contagious flu is, I believe, one of those times... full story


Methods Of Attack

by Tracy E. Barnhart

I am a big advocate of continuing education on job specific areas throughout your career. The type of information I attempt to give my students is what they can use that night or their next shift. When we talk about methods of attack I mean how, or the most probable way that an inmate or criminal will attack you. I talked about the red light green light indicator theory in my article on verbal and non-verbal indicators to assault:. In this article I will attempt to give you the specific ways that you will be attacked or the best way for you to physically respond so that you can anticipate and react properly... full story

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Shakey: We just started using our computers [for logbooks] Sunday 5/2/09 at a RiCI here in Ohio. We have been training for the use of it for a while, so far it’s not that bad. But it looks like a bear now that conduct and incident reports are to be done on it also.

Mudflap: We haven’t started using the computers yet. As may be common all over the world, we don’t always have forms available. So when we’re seeking some form to fill out (whether it’s a ticket, an overtime sheet, or whatever) we’re told that we can get them off the computer. But few of us have access to a printer to get a form ‘coz the system isn’t fully set up yet. Does everyone who is now using the computer for logbooks have printer access? full thread

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  • Desert Waters Correctional Outreach Staff Wellness through Positive Leadership Conference
    May 7-8, 2009
    This conference will provide criminal justice professionals with evidence-based strategies that boost staff wellness, morale and performance
  • MASCA Annual Conference
    June 7-10, 2009
    Join your professional colleagues in probation, parole, juvenile justice and corrections for an affordable and dynamic training experience. Held in Annapolis, MD
  • NSA Conference
    June 20-25, 2009
    National Sheriffs' Association Conference and Exhibition held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Broward County Convention Center
  • SSCA 40th Annual Conference
    July 19-22, 2009
    Southern States Correctional Association Annual Conference held in New Orleans, LA
  • NABCJ Conference
    July 19-23, 2009
    National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice Annual Conference and Training Institute held in Little Rock, AR

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"An eye for eye only ends up making the whole world blind."
- Mohandas Gandhi


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