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Audit: Drugs were smuggled into Calif. prisons even after COVID restrictions
"The avenues for drugs entering prisons during the first year of the pandemic ... remained staff, contractors, official visitors and mail," an official said
Slain Pa. CO's parents fight for federal COs to receive $180M in funding
2 inmates stabbed, another OD'd as violence and contraband continue to plague Rikers Island
Official: Ala.'s new execution rule gives state 'unprecedented power'
Maine corrections official to lead Ariz.'s troubled prison system
5 inmates on the run after escaping from Mo. jail, driving off in stolen vehicle
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Poll call: What should be the minimum age to become a corrections officer?
By Greg Friese, MS, NRP 
Corrections1 readers, as they did in 2021, believe that 21, not 18, is the appropriate minimum age for corrections officers
Book excerpt: The High-Performance Correctional Facility: Lessons on Correctional Work, Leadership, and Effectiveness
By Gary F. Cornelius 
One of the country's leading correctional trainers provides thought-provoking "Roll Call" talks designed to build correctional officer competence, confidence and commitment
6 things prisons can learn in the battle against fentanyl
By Alexander Sappok, Ph.D. 
Correctional facilities are on the front lines of the battle against fentanyl, yet they often fall behind in adopting new strategies and technologies to manage the crisis
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