Correctional officers from Jamaica's Department of Correctional Services joined their colleagues from other countries in a mock, prison riot training course that was held in West Virginia, USA, from April 30 to May 3.Five officers were engaged in...
Local cops, corrections officers learn strategies to deal with mentally ill
Officers from five counties learned a variety of techniques over the past week.
Corrections officer needed 20 staples in head after stabbing in Bronx: cops
A city corrections officer had to get 20 staples after being stabbed in the Bronx amid a hail of projectiles, according to police and sources. The 25-year-old was stabbed in the back and head by an…
This is why federal corrections officers, unpaid during shutdown, worry for their safety
“It may come down to somebody actually being harmed — or worse, killed,” one federal corrections officer said.
Corrections officer among 10 charged in heroin ring from Maryland to Northern NY
The group transported heroin from Annapolis, Maryland, and Schenectady and sold it in Plattsburgh.
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Why correctional officers need medical training
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Correctional Officers Earn Tips for a Good Cause
RANCHO CORDOVA -- Correctional officers from Vacaville, Rancho Cordova and Folsom came together Thursday morning for their “Tip a Cop” fundraiser at Perko's in Rancho Cordova. While they earned their tips, the officers got a taste of the restaurant business, taking orders, delivering food, cleaning tables and selling merchandise.
Folsom Prison Inmate Shot By Corrections Officer
A Folsom Prison inmate was shot and killed by corrections officer Wednesday following a stabbing.
Video shows Bronx brawl that injured 20 correction officers
Newly obtained surveillance video shows the melee that the Correction Officers' Benevolent Association says left 20 officers injured at the Horizon Juvenile Center in the Bronx.
20 correctional officers injured at Bronx juvenile prison during fight
Some officers were treated at the scene and several more were taken to an area hospital to receive treatment.
Union: 20 correction officers hurt in brawl at NYC facility
The Correction Officers' Benevolent Association says 20 officers were injured during a large brawl at the Horizon Juvenile Center in the Bronx.
How Corrections Officers Control Supply & Demand For Contraband Phones
Corrections departments conduct searches and introduce policies to diminish contraband, but such efforts arguably play a role in preserving the market.
Video shows juvenile facility brawl that injured 20 correction officers
Newly obtained surveillance video shows the melee that left 20 officers injured at a juvenile facility in the Bronx.
Man jailed on $100,000 bond faces battery against a corrections officer
Dane Knight, 66 of Dover, appeared in a bond hearing on Wednesday, accused of battery against a corrections officer.
Former corrections officer charged with felony in $100,000 workers' comp scam
Tumwater â A former corrections officer stands accused of holding three security jobs while claiming his on-the-job injury was so serious he couldn't work A Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) investigation caught John J. Gruden, 43, on video jogging on a treadmill and sidewalk, and driving to work at the Phoenix Police Department. All of this occurred while he was receiving workers' compensation…
Former Monroe corrections officer jailed in $100,000 workers' comp scam
Everett â A former Washington state corrections officer accused of holding three jobs while claiming he was too disabled to work will serve seven days behind bars along with home detention John J. Gruden, 44, pleaded guilty today (Friday, Jan. 20) to felony, first-degree theft in a scheme to illegally get thousands of dollars in workers' compensation benefits. The Washington Attorney General's Office prosecuted the case…
ArkLaTex 100 club presents check to family of Correctional Officer
The ArkLaTex 100 Club makes a donation to the family of Lisa Mauldin.