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Dear Corrections1 Member, 

Both postal mail and legal mail have become a primary method to get drugs and other contraband into prisons. This poses a significant risk to correctional officers who have been exposed to illicit drug substances during the mail screening process, including K2, fentanyl and suboxone strips. What if we could see smuggled drugs and contraband in inmate legal mail without opening it? 

Join us for a webinar tomorrow, sponsored by RaySecur, for real-life insights and approaches on how to: 

  • Maintain the privacy and confidentiality of inmates’ mail, particularly during legal mail screening
  • Protect mail screeners and handlers from exposure to dangerous substances, such as fentanyl 
  • Reduce mail screening time and resources. 

Click here to reserve your seat. Can't make the live event? Register anyway and we will send you a link to the on-demand version. 

Stay safe,  

— The Corrections1 Team 

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