February 17, 2021 | View as webpage
Reports: Executioners sanitized accounts of deaths in federal cases
Executioners' accounts are at odds with reports by media witnesses of how inmates' stomachs rolled, shook and shuddered as the pentobarbital took effect
Epstein's ex-girlfriend alleges abuse by CO in federal jail
Officials: ICE nearly released sex abuse convicts despite Biden memo
2 inmates beat Calif. deputy in 'unprovoked' attack
Report calls on Mich. DOC to reduce use of solitary confinement
Maine DOC expands medication-assisted treatment program
Digital Intelligence is Modernizing Sex Offender Management Programs
Being able to quickly analyze mobile devices used by sexual offenders is a big challenge.
Learn about field-solution technology
Symptoms and effects of burnout in corrections
By Gary Cornelius  
If we let stress eat at us, simmering with negative thoughts and anger, we can burn out
In-custody suicide prevention
By Gordon Graham 
The first 72 hours of custody is a critical period for those inmates who may be vulnerable to a suicide attempt
3 tips for career success for rookie female correctional officers
By Amanda Ford 
One of the biggest fights you’ll have is with yourself
Women in corrections: An integral asset for all units
By Jenna Curren, MS 
The ability of women to communicate and empathize are critical skills within the criminal justice system
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