New Corrections.com SiteBarry Evert launches his own site on Corrections.com
This week Sergeant Barry Evert, veteran practitioner and author, launches his new site on Corrections.com. Evert fans can now get a regular dose of his survival tips, gang information, and industry tactics. Subscribe to his RSS feed and leave comments. Check it out!
Understanding Communications in Correctionsby Tracy E. Barnhart
I thought that I knew how to verbally de-escalate individuals and generate voluntary compliance through my emanation of authority, that is, until my first day with inmates. When I was a police officer I was very confident in my weapons systems and had a clear understanding of the use of force continuum and where I stood as it related to my abilities... full story
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- October: Health
- November: Legal
- December: Charity/Volunteerism
Just starting out
Mick: "Eyes and Ears open. Mouth shut." Never ever discuss anything of a personal or operational nature in hearing range of any inmate...
Security Manager - Alaska
Maintain a continuous state of alertness and awareness to control and secure the facility and residents.
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- ICCA Conference
September 13-16, 2009
The conference is being held in Orlando, FL.
- NCCHC Conference
October 17-21, 2009
The National Conference gives you the blueprints to understand, develop, implement and improve such systems.
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"Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure."
- George Edward Woodberry