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Dear Corrections1 Member, 

When you walk into a housing unit and inmates are standing around in the day room, do you address them first, or do they address you first? If you enter a cell and an inmate half-jokingly demands a warrant, what’s your response? How quickly do you make it clear that the inmate is a guest in a jail cell owned by the taxpayers?  

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Stay safe, 

— The Corrections1 Team 
 

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