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The inmate told prosecutors he would have killed the former police officer had correctional officers not responded so quickly
The five juveniles turned violent when they attempted to escape the Swanson Center for Youth, a senator said
The union said COs at four state prisons are having trouble managing high-risk prisoners who are benefiting from a new law enacted in 2022 that provides inmates with more recreation time
The Waupun, Green Bay and Stanley prisons have been under lockdown for months as the state grapples with deteriorating buildings and a worker shortage
“Officer Motley was a hero who tragically died while protecting his fellow officers and the public,” the Texas Department of Criminal Justice said
The CO was beaten from behind by an inmate who manipulated his cell door lock
An inmate attacked a deputy who took the weapon he used to stab another inmate; two additional inmates then piled onto the deputy
Sincere A. Harrison was charged with second-degree assault and first-degree promoting prison contraband
As three COs were subduing the inmate, he managed to escape their grasp and punched an officer in the eye
An Ohio chef is renowned for training inmates. Could he fix the Cuyahoga County jail’s food problem?
The chef said he’s been trying to help the county fix its jail food problem, which is so severe correctional officers have worried it could spark a riot
Sheriff: “My officers have a difficult job and should not be subjected to baseless complaints”
Lack of staff and training impedes policy adherence in the facility, according to 162-page report by federal monitors