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For Corrections to be recognized, we need to speak up

We are at the point where we need to move forward and be recognized as law enforcement professionals; we cannot do this by remaining in seclusion.

 

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Family amazed with Correctional Officer Toamalama Scanlan’s progress

“The family of Fresno County correctional officer Toamalama Scanlan says it is amazed with his progress to date. Scanlan was one of two correctional officers shot in the lobby of the Fresno County jail last September.”

 

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16 safety tips from those who work behind the wall

If these lessons are not taken seriously, the safety and security of the staff, and all who reside within, will be at risk.

 

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More Delaware Correctional Officers call it quits

“The Delaware Department of Correction said Wednesday that 18 correctional officers have resigned and 18 have submitted retirement paperwork since the Feb. 1 incident, an increase from 25 reported earlier this month.”

 

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Convicted murder accused of assaulting Corrections Officer, faces second life sentence

A convicted murderer serving life in prison is facing a second life sentence after being accused of assaulting a Corrections Officer at SCI Benner.

 

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CO says Vaughn hostage situation did not have to happen

“A correctional officer who works at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center said on Wednesday he believes there have been longstanding issues that have gone unaddressed by the Department of Correction and likely contributed to an inmate uprising, in which a correctional officer died.”

 

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State seeks death penalty in death of Texas CO

“Prosecutors announced Friday they are seeking the death penalty in the July killing of a corrections officer.”

 

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Nearly 100 rally in Dover to support Correctional Officers

“Nearly 100 people gathered in Dover to show their support for Delaware’s correctional officers.”

 

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Multiple Correctional Officers resign and retire early from JTVCC

The Delaware Department of Correction confirms that eight correctional officers have resigned from the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center since February 1st.

 

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Correctional Officer stabbed at Pontiac Prison

The Pontiac Correctional Facility is on lockdown after a correctional officer sustained injuries on the job.”

 

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