*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*Escapee used stuffing to simulate body; Inmates work morgue as COVID spikes
November 18, 2020
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From booking to medication dispensing to inmate release, technology is critical in ensuring facility security and officer and inmate safety.
Corrections1’s digital edition
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How to use biometrics to enhance security.
Reducing inmate movement risks with telepresence technology.
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The Corrections1 Team
Official: Federal La. prison left inmates with COVID-19 in housing for a week
A report alleges FCC Oakdale failed to comply with the guidance from the CDC and BOPs' headquarters for isolating and quarantining inmates
Mass. DOC accused of conditions that led inmates to engage in 'self-harm'
Delay sought after lawyers for woman on death row contract COVID-19
Inmates at Maine jail strike again, list concerns
Inmates volunteering at morgue as COVID-19 deaths overwhelm Texas
Police: Escapee used mattress stuffing to simulate sleeping body
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How tech can take the risk out of inmate calls
By James Careless
A powerful digital tool detects illegal three-way calls, and automatically sends email alerts to authorities when they occur
How technology helped Oregon sheriffs save lives during COVID-19
By Christina Cook and Jason Myers
A SaaS-based software system enabled critical information sharing between the 36 member organizations of the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association
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