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BOP Senior Officer Specialist Melissa Foy Named NLEOMF Officer of the Month

November 24, 2008
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) has announced the selection of Senior Officer Specialist Melissa Foy of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) as its Officer of the Month for October 2008 for saving a colleague who was being stabbed by an inmate.

Fourth New Mexico Jail Escapee Captured, Four Still at Large

August 29, 2008
Victor Sotelo, the fourth escapee to be captured from Sunday's jailbreak in Clovis, N.M., was apprehended late Thursday night in Albuquerque. "We're four down, four to go," Curry County Undersheriff Wesley Waller said Friday morning. "We're optimistic."

Federal Corrections Officer Murdered in California Prison

August 27, 2008
Jose Rivera survived two tours of duty in Iraq, but his job as a corrections officer at a high-security federal prison in California cost him his life.

Illinois Sheriff Goes to Jail, Voluntarily

August 22, 2008
Lake County, Ill., Sheriff Mark Curran said his goal is to talk to inmates so he can see the jail from their perspective. That way he can try to solve potential problems, such as safety issues, and better understand the inmate experience, he said.

Female Florida CO Killed by Inmate

June 27, 2008
A female Florida corrections officer was searching alone for a missing inmate during nightly head count when she was ambushed and killed, Local 6 News has learned.

When Is a Death Sentence Not a Death Sentence?

February 1, 2008

Even with appeals, Jesse Timmendequas should have been scragged, toe-tagged, and bagged long before the Y2K celebrations.

Tychem QC for Corrections

December 1, 2007
Specifically designed for the corrections market and cell extraction, Dupont’s Tychem QC garment delivers protection against the biohazards and viral contaminants potentially faced when working with prisoners.

Florida Jailers Find Gun in Inmate’s Shoe During Booking

September 19, 2007
Mejia was being booked on charges of aggravated assault with a firearm and aggravated battery with a firearm. An additional charge of bringing contraband into a jail was filed against him for possession of the .22 in his shoe.

Riot Act

August 1, 2007

R Block of the West Virginia State Penitentiary at Moundsville. Inmates are holding a hostage. His hands are bound with a strip of cloth that's tied around the crossbars of one of the cells. A negotiator has been called in to hear the inmates' demands and to try to secure release of the hostage. The ringleader of the riot, a young loudmouth called K-Dog, yells at the negotiator who is on the stairs above the showers, "You better take care of your boy!"

New Report Examines Inmate Demographics

July 20, 2007
A new analysis provides a regional examination of the racial and ethnic dynamics of incarceration in the U.S. The report finds that African Americans are incarcerated at nearly six (5.6) times the rate of whites and Hispanics nearly double (1.8) the rate.

Myers Enterprises Stun-Cuff Magnum

November 1, 2006
Myers Enterprises has developed the new Stun-Cuff Magnum 80,000-volt wireless prisoner control device. The Stun-Cuff Magnum is designed to be worn by persons under arrest, prisoners during transports or trials, or persons under the influence of drugs and alcohol. The Stun-Cuff Magnum is a palm-sized device that locks using a standard handcuff key. It can be worn on the wrist or ankle. The Stun-Cuff Magnum is lightweight, rapidly deployable, and maintenance free.

Napa (Calif.) Police Department

March 1, 2006

Sometimes a schoolyard scuffle is just a simple fight. Sometimes it’s a clear cry for help from a kid battling bigger demons at home. And sometimes it portends more serious violence from a disturbed, future-felon-in-the-making.

PepperBall Technologies SA-10NX PepperBall System

January 1, 2006
The new SA-10NX from PepperBall Technologies is designed to help achieve suspect compliance, suspect marking, inmate management, personal protection, barricade extraction, animal control, and more. The handheld launcher is powered by carbon dioxide and works with all PepperBall projectiles. Custom designed SA-10NX shoulder or thigh holsters are available, as well as a removable rail for mounting laser sights or other accessories on the launcher.

Undercover Interrogation

August 1, 2004

The admissibility rule of Miranda v. Arizona generally dictates that you give the standard warning and get a voluntary waiver before interrogating a suspect in custody. But not always.

Mock Prison Riot Showcases Corrections Technologies

April 2, 2004
The eighth annual OLETC Mock Prison Riot is designed to showcase new and emerging corrections, law enforcement, and public safety technologies by allowing teams of officers to experience them firsthand in various scenarios.

Behind the Walls

October 1, 2002

From Honolulu to New York City, prisoner incidents and uprisings have become all too common. Luckily, corrections officers are equipped better than ever to deal with such incidents.

Search Engines

April 1, 2002

Conducting a thorough head-to-toe search requires as intrusive a probing as garments will allow.

Texas Prisons Improve Security After Breakout

December 19, 2001
KENEDY, Texas - In the year since the worst prison breakout in Texas history, sweeping changes have been made not only in the Connally Unit three miles south of Kenedy where the breakout took place, but in all of Texas' 109 prisons.

The Mexican Mafia

March 1, 2000

In the mid-1950s 13 California Youth Authority (CYA) wards were sent to the Duel Vocational Institute located in Tracy, California. Since the wards were juveniles they were housed in a special section of the adult correc­tions facility.

Working Gangs From Inside Prison

May 1, 1999

Approximately 55 officially titled "Security Risk Groups" (SRG) are being tracked at Rikers, including major national gangs such as the Latin Kings, the Bloods, the Crips, and the Neatas. The GIU is also tracking groups that are affiliated with organized crime and narcotics.

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