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The Corrections Training topic features a range of training videos, tips and expert columns to help correctional officers better equipped and prepared for the dangers of dealing with violent inmates and detainees.
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Does your gear protect you?

Ensuring your officers have the confidence they need to face any mission is vital to not only their success... - Full Story Secure - Login Required


Significant Medical Behavior: Tactical Response to Medical Emergencies

In my last tactical tip, I discussed how to recognize the signs and symptoms of Significant Medical Behavior,... - Full Story Secure - Login Required


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Mock prison riot a showcase for new technologies

Using night-vision goggles, the Correctional Emergency Response Team officers search the facility’s pitch-... - Full Story


Protective Mask: Donning, Clearing & Sealing

Dave Young from the RedManTraining Division shares valuable information about how to safely and effectively... - Full Story Secure - Login Required


Transport belt & tether system

In this video, Milwaukee County House of Corrections Officers demonstrate how to use RIPP Restraints to move a cooperative but potentially dangerous prisoner from one room to another. - Full Story Secure - Login Required


Corrections Video — Initial Medical Assessment: Don't forget to finish the fight

A failure to provide proper medical care for a prisoner in an officer's "care & custody" is a major concern for an officer's legal safety. We are talking about criminal charges, civil litigation, and disciplinary actions. Once the inmate is under control, medical care must be provided. Gary Klugiewicz, CorrectionsOne Training Network’s director of training, will show you how to keep both you and the prisoner safer by conducting an Initial Medical Assessment, when appropriate for a sick or injured inmate. - Full Story Secure - Login Required


You pick the terrain

Last week I was contacted to do a discipline review board (DRB) hearing on an inmate who was a chronic... - Full Story Secure - Login Required


Clay Fallis: Ankle Restraint Secure - Login Required

In this PoliceOneTV Training segment, Defensive Tactics Intrsuctor Clay Fallis gives us a demonstration of an ankle restraint technique taught at the Tallahassee Police Academy.  This technique also serves as a great defense tactic in a correctional environment.

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Mini-team entry strategies

Responding to threats and dangers inside correctional facilities needs to be organized and fast —... - Full Story Secure - Login Required


Prone stabilization: Controlling the head

When an inmate's head is left uncontrolled, he retains his ability to spit, bite and head-butt you and... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

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