The Corrections topic covers the duties performed by Sheriff’s Departments and other police agencies that straddle the line between patrolling the streets and guarding inmates in correctional facilities, county lock-ups, prisons, jails, and courthouses. The stories, tips and expert opinions in this section touch on all things related to barbed-wire fences, cells and people who’ve been convicted of crimes.
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Tactical Tip: From Escort Position to Takedown– 1
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Don Gula — founder of Arrestling Force Options Training — discusses and demonstrates a technique to take a resistive subject who is pulling away from you to the ground.
Corruption behind bars–
CorrectionsOne Contributor Gary York explains how corrupt corrections officers taint the image of the prison system.
Inside San Quentin Prison–
Educational documentary on life inside the notorious San Quentin prison.
Rural Wash. COs go the extra mile–
This video looks at the challenges and opportunities community corrections officers face in Washington state's most remote areas.
Men work out with Calif. inmates for a week– 1
Two Buzzfeed journalists joined inmates for a week to workout at California City Correctional Facility.
Deputy arrested in DWI accident with inmate– 2
Police believe the deputy was too drunk to drive and asked the inmate to drive for him.
Okla. suspect attempts to escape bondsman–
Bondsman left the suspect and the car keys in the car while he went to access the jail’s front door.
NY police investigate after retired CO kills man in subway– 1
Police sought answers Wednesday from a retired corrections officer after his dispute with a pair of strangers ended with a fatal shooting.
Inmate escapes NC jail by impersonating brother–
Video released shows an officer following inmate out of the jail building, prompting the inmate to start running.
Mo. cops learn man who shot them eligible for parole 30 years early–
Officers Pat Brown and Brian Schoen were shot during an encounter with Saeed Aquil and a teenager on New Year’s Eve 1994.
How do you thank your mentors and pay it forward?–
PoliceOne Editor-in-Chief Doug Wyllie interviews Ron Scheidt, lead instructor of the Community Corrections institute and author of the new book, ‘Am I that Man?’ Schiedt explains that as he headed toward retirement, he began reflecting on the people in his life who made investments to get him where he is today.
Colo. deputy suspended for using taekwondo on inmate–
Denver sheriff's deputy who provoked a fight with an inmate by throwing taekwondo kicks and punches has been suspended for 90 days.
SPEAR System Essential Skills & Drills - FINGERS SPLAYED (Open Hand/Closed Hand Drill)–
Coach Tony Blauer runs you through the foundational movements for the SPEAR System. The S.P.E.A.R. System is a modern close quarter combatives & personal defense program based on science, psychology and human bio- mechanics. It is not a martial art nor does it replace other martial systems. We have standardized and simplified close quarter combatives choices and improved potential effectiveness by basing the close quarter skills on hardwired reflexes and reactions to violence. CERTIFICATION COURSES & Training Calendar: http://www.regonline.com/SPEARcourses.
Parole agent shoots gunman 3 times in hospital standoff– 1
Agent Clint Lund fired three shots at the man in a hospital lobby after he refused to drop his weapons.
Ind. woman plans lawsuit in strip search incident at jail–
Floyd County Sheriff Darrell Mills said proper procedure was taken to prevent Gentry from harming herself.
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