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Dear Leader, 

Maintaining the custody and control of incarcerated offenders in housing units involves developing and implementing a standard of operation that encourages a safe and secure atmosphere for inmates and correctional staff. 

Our latest eBook, Inmate management: What they don’t teach you in the academy, sponsored by Tyler Technologies, shares effective strategies COs can deploy to maintain staff ownership of a correctional facility that will lead to fewer challenges from the inmate population and less potential for security breaches. 

Download your free copy here

Stay safe, 

— The Corrections1 Team  
 

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