April 9, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear Corrections1 Member,

This is the first edition of CorrectionsOne’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Briefing. Twice a month, we will bring you accurate, relevant and actionable information to help you, your members and your families navigate the national emergency.

IMPORTANT: You’re receiving this first issue as a preview, but to continue to receive the briefing, quickly sign up here. It’s a free resource and we want to make sure you have access to up-to-the-minute info, including updates on new free online courses and policies from Lexipol.
Inside this issue, you will find:
  • Essential resources: When polled about their biggest COVID-19 concerns, readers overwhelmingly said the safety of their family. Our list of family support resources directs readers to public and private services to assist responders and their loved ones.
  • Expert insights: CDC and American Jail Association subject matter experts tackle key considerations for prisons and jails, including isolation vs. quarantine, staff PPE guidelines and COVID screening.
One more thing: Forward this newsletter to correctional officers and deputies on the front lines and the leaders making key COVID-19 decisions for their agencies.

Stay safe out there!

Nancy Perry, Editor-in-Chief, Corrections1.com
Family support resources for first responders
By Robert VanNieuwenhuyze
Governments and private groups step up with resources and assistance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Quick Take: Management of COVID-19 in correctional and detention facilities
By Marianne Meyers
Isolation vs. quarantine, staff PPE guidelines and COVID screening were key considerations addressed during two recent webinars
How the National Sheriffs' Association is working to assist agencies in the COVID-19 crisis
By Cole Zercoe
The NSA has formed an industry action group in order to better coordinate with and assist sheriffs' offices in getting vital supplies
Free COVID-19 Policies, Courses and Training Tools for Individuals and Agencies.
Emergency Staffing Policy (Corrections)
Downloadable PDF: The purpose of this policy is to establish roles and responsibilities for creating and implementing emergency staffing plans
Webinar: First Responders, Stress Management and Coronavirus
This on-demand webinar explains how stress affects first responders and provides strategies you can use to manage during the long haul of this pandemic
Response and recovery grants for public safety
We’ve compiled a list of available funding resources related to COVID-19 to aid first responders and local government professionals
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