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June 23, 2021 | View as webpage
Dear Leader,

If you believe data breaches, cyberattacks and ransomware are not areas of risk for corrections, think again. Here’s some recent headlines that show public safety is as vulnerable to cybercrime as the private sector: 
  • 'BlueLeaks' exposes files from hundreds of US police departments
  • DC police department hit by apparent extortion attack
  • NYC's law department targeted by cyberattack 
Join a panel of experts on June 24 for an interactive discussion, sponsored by Tyler Technologies, on cyberattack risks and preparation. Panelists will discuss recent cyberattacks and threats on public safety agencies, and detail how your agency can develop a defensive strategy for these unprecedented events. Register here.

Stay safe,  

— The Corrections1 Team
 
COVID-19
Research: How COVID-19 impacted community supervision
By Tara Kunkel 
Data show COVID-related changes increased supervisees’ positive views on interactions, officers
How prison ministries adapted during COVID-19
By Gralyn Matthews 
During the pandemic, Jehovah’s Witnesses continued their ministry inside prisons without sending in ministers
Can public safety employers mandate COVID vaccination?
By Rob Lawrence 
Employment lawyer Scott Moore Esq., addresses frequently asked questions
Own Security X-Ray Equipment – Are You Compliant?
Do you operate security x-ray equipment at your facility? Are you meeting your state-specific requirements? Is your system compliant with FDA 21 CFR 1020.40?
Contact us to find out
Ransomware & Cyber Attacks: Is Your Agency Protected?
Hacking and the need for cybersecurity are at an all-time high. Join Corrections1 on June 29 at 2 p.m. EDT to learn how to secure your data. We’ll discuss public safety systems that provide 24/7 security and availability from the department to the field.
Register now
INMATE MENTAL HEALTH
How technology can improve inmate mental health while reducing recidivism
By James Careless 
Free educational videos provide inmates with access to vital self-improvement tools
3 steps to mental health screening success
By Jeff Keller 
The screening of inmates is possibly one of the most important assessments conducted in correctional settings
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