today at 02:00.
Sheriff Johnny Moats is knocking a quarter off the inmates' sentences.
Sentences cut for Ga. inmates who saved CO
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today at 03:14
As it should be. When I was a Corrections Officer, I hated the fact we always punished and never rewarded above and beyond behavior.....except for a helper position (which at times was worse than lockdown at times.) Kudos.
today at 02:20
They did a solid.....kudos to the guys...
California can we get those uniforms ???
Lee Ann Wise
today at 03:11
So good to hear their humane side kicked in to help a fellow human being. They deserve a reward.
The July 20 parole hearing could have him released from prison on Oct. 1.
Parole hearing date set for OJ Simpson
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today at 00:51
He needs to be released on the same day !!!
He still needs to find the killers of Nicole and Ron !!!!!!
today at 01:08
Set him free he will send himself back
today at 00:50
And he might not be paroled
yesterday at 22:00.
The judge declined to set bond.
Inmates accused of killing Ga. COs face murder charges
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yesterday at 23:23
They should have met the same fate as the Correctional Officers they gunned down. Such a waste of money to house these scumbags for the rest of their natural lives.
yesterday at 22:32
Execute them both! Set an example, and start an Express Lane to Execution for those that Murder Police and Corrections Officers!!!
yesterday at 22:02
Why set a bond. They were already inmates. Stupid formalities I guess.
yesterday at 20:00.
None of the injuries are considered life-threatening.
6 COs, 1 inmate injured in Fla. prison disturbance
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yesterday at 20:34
This is my place of employment. Please keep my brothers and sisters in your prayers. This could have been so much worse than it ended up.
Amy Melick Macchiarelli
yesterday at 21:21
How come nobody will use the word riot anymore. In February prisoners took over the prison for 18 hours in Delaware. One officer was killed and 4 other beaten beyond words. The media refused to call it what it was "a riot" and instead called it an uprising. Just don't get it.
yesterday at 20:56
The Inmates were placed in confident....
No friggin way !!!!
Let them out, they don't have that coming !!!!!
Instead, send them out to the ocean and see if the Great Whites are running....
yesterday at 18:00.
Benjamin Lee Small is still on the run.
Inmate attacks NC CO with shower head, escapes
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yesterday at 18:56
Complacency kills us!
yesterday at 16:01.
Police say the man jumped as he was being taken in by state parole officers for a violation.
Parolee jumps 11 stories to death as he's taken into custody
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Enrique Reyes Jr.
yesterday at 16:08
Well saved the public some $$$.....
yesterday at 13:00.
After the shocking murder of two Georgia COs during an inmate transport, corrections professionals should review policies and procedures.
4 key safety tips for inmate transport
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yesterday at 14:47
Any choice will be expensive. But what is the value if life? Limit quantity of inmates in a single transport. The prison systems have to make a dollar stretch. For any CO to lose their life because of funding is criminal
yesterday at 13:42
Lock box should be used on all, not just high risk.
yesterday at 14:30
Easy. Start having Admin ride along on runs, and go through the entire process. They will start to get the picture.
yesterday at 12:00.
Ten percent of Alaska inmates were in restricted housing in 2012 while the national average was 4 percent.
Alaska officials work to reform solitary confinement system
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Joe Belsenich Sr.
yesterday at 13:12
It's not the system..the system is doing its job..it's the inmates lack of respect for officers and other inmates. Also the inmates lack of self-control. They can't stay out of trouble. I'd like to see these experts try to run a 60 man dorm of 20-25 yr olds. Even now with the threat of SHU time these guys are fearless and off the hook.
yesterday at 12:33
Has any of these so called "experts" actually ever worked a cell block or a dorm?
James Wesley Carroll
yesterday at 14:14
Must have a rather large confinement unit. Our confinement unit can't hold 10% of our inmate population at my facility.
yesterday at 02:00.
The commissioners won’t have to undergo criminal background checks either.
Ex-cons encouraged to join Oakland police oversight commission
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Lou van Velzen
yesterday at 02:57
Oakland PD is solid, unlike its revolutionary leftist constituency. This commission will eventually fold after the endless arrests of its members for drug possession, rape, embezzlement, and prostitution -- in the commission chambers.
yesterday at 03:19
It's a good thing that they're using honest criminals to do such an important task.... what could possibly go wrong?
yesterday at 02:13
So I see a mass exodus of cops from this department, as they should. Or a refusal to work until this idea is cancelled
yesterday at 01:00.
In order to arrange for the contraband to be brought into the facility, the inmate and the co-conspirator often use a code like the case we’re about to examine.
Gang codes: The contraband code
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yesterday at 11:30
Why don't you put all of the evidence out there and blow the case......?
yesterday at 03:12
Thank you for keeping some information for officers only.
Johnathan X Jones
yesterday at 17:35
Can someone give a TL;DR. I don't feel like creating an acct.
James Robert Young Jr. had been out on parole for less than 10 months when he was fatally wounded after breaking into a woman’s home. His accomplice is still at large.
Burglar recently released from prison shot to death by accomplice
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yesterday at 22:16
Glad he died... It's a shame they didnt catch the accomplice to charge him with the murder.
yesterday at 01:30
What a shame
today at 04:20
This is a socially righteous killing. :)
06/20/2017 at 22:00.
Delaware's correctional officers will see their pay increase by about $5,000 next year.
Agreement reached to boost Del. correctional officer pay
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06/20/2017 at 22:43
Oregon starts around 42k a year so they are on part with us. This is a fantastic first step, it's just a shame it took the life of an officer to see this reform start to happen.
06/20/2017 at 23:29
Hey Wisconsin....maybe you should value us a little bit more and take this cue from Delaware. Attract new officers and retain the highly trained...unless that's not the goal?
06/20/2017 at 23:17
About $50,150 usd on the higher end of the payscale up here in MB Canada. Love seeing pay raises for COs. Stay safe. ❤
06/20/2017 at 20:00.
"As we watched the horrific manhunt this week of the two inmates that killed two correctional officers, we all know that Monday could have ended differently for our officer."
6 inmates save Ga. deputy who passed out during work detail
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06/20/2017 at 21:44
Treat them like humans and get respect back , not everybody that is incarcerated are bad, they are misguided individuals
yesterday at 13:24
He's lucky he had their respect. It would have been a different story if they had none for him. Give and 90 percent of the time you will receive it back! Give and don't get it back? Well thats a win for you because now you know what kind of person your dealing with.
yesterday at 03:58
Dont know what the inmates will get for saving the officers life. Great job on the save, hopefully the officer will be back on duty soon
06/20/2017 at 18:00.
Cpl. Brent Smith suffered a broken nose and teeth, concussion and memory loss.
Inmate attacks 2 COs at separate facilities in 1 day
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06/20/2017 at 18:36
1. Why was he not placed in the restraint chair or SEG automatically?
2. He should have charges from both assaults.
3. Probably did it on purpose just so he could get SEG because he's fearful with being general
06/20/2017 at 18:13
And yet fkn pencil pushers safe behind a desk in air-conditioning are eliminating ad-seg!
yesterday at 01:12
ok so he was transferd to another prison, why was he not placed in a TPU unit right away, this attack on a officer should have changed his security level and no doubt should bring outside chrages!!!
06/20/2017 at 16:00.
The officers are in stable condition.
2 Tenn. deputies wounded, suspect dead in courthouse shooting
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06/20/2017 at 18:35
Wish them a fast recovery, complacent is the worst case scenario aways train
06/20/2017 at 18:09
Prayers for my brothers
06/20/2017 at 16:34
Thank GOD they are okay!🙏
06/20/2017 at 13:00.
Community paramedics placed within a correctional facility increase the level of services provided by the health care team and potentially reduce overall.
How community paramedics improve care, reduce costs in correctional facilities
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06/20/2017 at 12:00.
A DHS spokesman said that Sheriff David Clarke is no longer being considered for a position within DHS.
Sheriff David Clarke not joining DHS, after all
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06/20/2017 at 12:25
He has been led to bigger and better entities. He can do more behind the scenes where there's no one looking.
06/20/2017 at 12:08
Isn't God good
06/20/2017 at 02:00.
Judge Kevin Moulton wrote that the state "reluctantly conceded" that the delay was problematic, but sided with state prosecutors who also said it did not merit dismissal.
Murder charge remains for man jailed for decade without bail
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The current version of the budget expands a program allowing low-level felony offenders to remain in their communities under supervision without going to prison.
Proposal expands placing low-level Ohio offenders in community
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06/19/2017 at 22:00.
The jail population has been over the maximum 1,240 for about 190 days.
Ohio sheriff declares 'state of emergency' at overcrowded jail
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06/19/2017 at 22:17
Lol 50:2 ratio? They're lucky. Wish we'd declare an emergency at St. Louis County. Down 40+ officers with a direct supervision ratio of 72:1. Dangerous levels of OT due to staff shortage, but admin doesn't care. No pay raises in 10+ years really runs a facility into the ground.
06/19/2017 at 22:09
jails and prisons overcrowded, in other news: Water Wet.
06/19/2017 at 23:47
Uh, the prisons I worked at were 100:1 easy before understaffing, and that increased it to 200:1 or MORE. Where was our 'state of emergency'?