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August 26, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear Leader,

Women who enter the corrections profession face many obstacles. While gender-bias may be present, it does not have to preclude female officers from effectively accomplishing their jobs as a CO. But what if you aspire to a supervisory position? Career advancement in traditionally male-dominated professions like law enforcement can be challenging. In this month’s leadership newsletter, we outline strategies female COs can implement to develop their leadership career.

We also look at the importance of preplanning for facility evacuation in the event of a natural or manmade disaster. When did your facility last conduct evacuation training? Click here to answer our poll.


The Corrections1 Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
Quick Take: 6 steps to leadership success for female officers
By Suzie Ziegler 
In a recent webinar, Ret. Col. Brenda Dietzman provided examples of what can impede or enhance promotional opportunities
Roundtable: Leadership development for women in corrections
By Nancy Perry 
Women looking to ascend the career ladder in corrections may not always have mentors to provide career-track advice
Women in corrections: An integral asset for all units
By Jenna Curren, MS 
The ability of women to communicate and empathize are critical skills within the criminal justice system
Infrared Temperature Screening System: Reduce Liability
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OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Planning for the mass movement of inmates
By Gordon Graham 
Evacuating a correctional facility is a worst-case scenario for correctional leaders – here's what to consider ahead of time
How aid agreements assist correctional facilities during a disaster
By Mandy Johnson 
It is important for institutions to understand the various aid external partners may or may not be able to provide
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