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Dear Corrections1 Member,

As we close the books on 2020, it is time to reflect on the lessons identified during one of the most challenging years for corrections in recent history. From the coronavirus pandemic to the ongoing officer recruitment crisis, this first year of the 2020s put our nation’s jails and prisons to the test.

Our Year-in-Review is a guide not only to the most important events of this year, but also a roadmap for navigating the challenges facing corrections in 2021. What do you think will be the biggest challenge for corrections in 2021? Answer our poll here.

We thank you for your support and wish you all a safe, happy and healthy New Year!

The Corrections1 Team
Roundtable: How COVID-19 challenged corrections in 2020
By Corrections1 Staff 
The coronavirus impacted all aspects of correctional facility operations – from staffing to officer wellness
The challenges facing jails and prisons in 2021
By Mark Chamberlain  
Correctional leaders should commit themselves and their staff to apply lessons learned from the challenges of 2020 into policies and emergency planning
3 trends that will impact correctional healthcare in 2021
By Tim Stephens, Don Hulick, Gary Maynard, Keith Neely and John Walsh, Ph.D. 
Healthcare will remain the largest uncontrollable expense in corrections — COVID-19 has only exacerbated this trend
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'It was like jumping into a fireplace': How a CO and former EMT saved a driver engulfed in flames
By Sarah Calams 
Daniel O'Beirne and Jordan Reed, two strangers with fire and EMS backgrounds, worked together to save a driver whose semi-truck struck a pole and burst into flames
Top 5 most bizarre contraband smuggling stories of 2020
By Corrections1 Staff 
From Rice Krispies treats to lettuce, contraband hiding places never fail to surprise
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