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The Suspect Transport topic area gives officers the training and tools they need to safely complete the unique mission of transporting a suspect from one jail facility to another. The task can be one of the most dangerous periods of time for the officers charged with that duty, as subjects often see the ride as their last, best chance for escape.
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Scope it out

As police and corrections officers, we transport prisoners every day inside and outside our secured facilities.... - Full Story Secure - Login Required


Md. hospitals to limit inmate patients after violent escapes

By Justin Fenton Baltimore Sun Related: Prisoner escort under review in Md. BALTIMORE, Md. — Shaken... - Full Story


Md. prisoner transport comes under scrutiny

Jeffrey Wroten was overpowered and shot to death with his own gun while taking an inmate to Laurel hospital... - Full Story


Intoxicated Calif. man dies while in custody

By John Cote The San Francisco Chronicle REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — A 29-year-old Redwood City man... - Full Story


Wyo. man in custody wounds nurse in escape attempt

By Cary Snyder CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A man awaiting trial on charges of robbing a Wyoming bank briefly escaped... - Full Story


Similarities in deputies' slayings are recalled

The similarities of the Conte case to the slaying last week of Broward Sheriff's Office transport Deputy... - Full Story


Fla. sheriff changes the way prisoners are transported

Shooting death of So. Florida deputy raises questions about officer safety during prisoner transport... - Full Story


Manhunt ends for suspected killer of Fla. deputy

Sheriff: Mazza confessed to shooting deputy By Akilah Johnson Orlando Sentinel POMPANO BEACH, Fla.— Michael... - Full Story


Fla. deputy fatally shot during suspect transport; suspect apprehended

Suspect Michael Mazza apprehended; updated story to follow Story reprinted with permission from NBC6.net... - Full Story


Gary T. Klugiewicz - Klugie's Corner

"In your care and custody": When police officers become corrections officers

Just what does the term “In your care and custody” mean? This last week the airwaves have been alive wi... - Full Story

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10-8: Life on the Line 10-8: Life on the Line
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