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Doug Wyllie

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Doug Wyllie is a senior contributor for Corrections1, providing police training content on a wide range of topics and trends affecting the law enforcement community. Doug hosts PoliceOne’s Policing Matters podcast.

Doug is the 2014 Western Publishing Association “Maggie Award” winner for Best Regularly Featured Digital Edition Column, and has authored more than 1,000 articles and tactical tips. Doug is a member of International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA), an Associate Member of the California Peace Officers’ Association (CPOA), and a member of the Public Safety Writers Association (PSWA).

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ selection of General Mark S. Inch as the director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons is excellent news for corrections
Follow the advice in these five quotes to enhance leadership of your troops and improve efficiency in your facility
Court settlement amounts against prisons and jails that did not provide deaf inmates with the ability to make legally entitled telephone calls have totaled in the millions
After the CDCR was ordered to improve its medical and mental health care facilities, the agency embraced eco-friendly construction
Many argue that Prop 47 and 57 have done little to reduce the inmate population in California, and that those initiatives were more of a vocal public endorsement of rehabilitation efforts
Biometric technologies have already helped facilities improve offender identification and have the potential to improve efficiency for employee access authentication
Corruption in prisons, jails and other facilities where people are incarcerated is not new, and yet leaders still struggle to ensure that staff retains high ethical standards
A sergeant for the Lee County (Fla.) Sheriff’s Office arrived at a disturbance and almost immediately took control of a situation that was wildly out of control
Community paramedics placed within a correctional facility increase the level of services provided by the health care team and potentially reduce overall health care costs
A recidivist gang member whose record includes a 2010 robbery conviction and a 2014 conviction for GTA murdered Officer Keith Boyer ten days after his release on parole