*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*The chasm between carpet & concrete; 5 must-have leadership skills
March 24, 2021 | View as webpage

When you combine training with technology, you successfully advance the goal of all correctional facilities, which is to keep both correctional officers and inmates safe.

Here are two action items correctional leaders can take toward achieving that goal:

► Download Corrections1’s latest eBook - Prisoner transport: Tech and training to improve safety - to help your agency minimize risk and improve both officer and inmate safety during transport operations.

► Review the advances outlined in Technology Protection: Improving Officer and Facility Safety for possible implementation in your facility.

How is your agency using technology to improve safety? Email editor@corrections1.com.

Stay safe,

The Corrections1 Team
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