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FG urges security agencies not to disappoint Nigerians. Sep 29, 2020 546
PRAWA Cautions Security Agents Against Unwarranted Arrests Of Petty Offenders. Sep 21, 2020 678
Davao Oriental sets Covid testing, safety guidelines for jails, other enclosed areas. Jun 10, 2020 439
Contraband detection technologies: A market survey. Russo, Joe; Wells, Doris Jan 1, 2019 1444
Officer safety: Part 2 of 2 In a series on correctional officer wellness. May 1, 2018 1253
A Resolution. Brief article Mar 1, 2018 215
Helping ourselves: Working together to promote staff well-being. Peters, Colette S. Guest commentary Nov 1, 2017 860
Policies and resolutions. May 1, 2017 1002
Eyes in till skies: the latest threat to correctional institution security. Craig, Todd R.; Russo, Joe; Shaffer, John S. Nov 1, 2016 2864
The effective security monitoring exercise. Schellenger, Daniel Mar 1, 2015 2093
Nation's highest court weighs correctional security and religious freedom. Schultz, Eric Cover story Mar 1, 2015 2982
Correctional agency mission statements: can we do better. Mathews, Brandon Jan 1, 2015 1416
Ohio's control unit model: maintaining stability and order while promoting personal change. Albright, Andrew; Keohane, Patrick Jan 1, 2014 3502
Situational awareness: an officer's perspective revisited. Schellenger, Daniel Jul 1, 2013 2025
Ensuring the safety of LGBT youths in the juvenile justice system. Bosley, Rachel; Asbridge, Caleb Aug 1, 2012 2069
Shakedown expert keeps Louisiana institution safe. Harlow, Lisa Jun 1, 2012 698
Collaboration in emergency preparedness and management. Williams, Robert W. Oct 1, 2011 2085
ACA congratulates Newly Certified and Recertified professionals. Apr 1, 2010 917
The contraband search: art or science? Bouchard, Joe Column Oct 1, 2009 755
Resolution supporting the development of technologies that limit the illicit use of cell phones in correctional facilities. Brief article Oct 1, 2009 177
Juvenile justice leaders prepare for emergencies. Bayliss, Bridget Oct 1, 2009 728
Correctional security technology: catch the wave. Scism, Bill Aug 1, 2009 1005
Approach with caution: how to successfully implement new correctional technology. Upchurch, James R. Essay Aug 1, 2009 2497
NIJ's technology assistance for corrections. Atherton, Gene; Russo, Joe Aug 1, 2009 1703
The darker side of mobile technology. Mahan, Jim; Diaz, Ozzie Essay Aug 1, 2009 1883
The tuberculosis case: improving communication between public health and corrections. Murray, Ellen R. Apr 1, 2009 2005
Correctional safety: it doesn't happen by accident. Norris, Tommy Apr 1, 2009 1990
Managing gangs and STGs: proactive Approaches for safety and success: managing these various groups adds additional operational concerns and challenges, not to mention financial constraints, whether these groups are in our jails, prisons, juvenile facilities or on probation. Arthur, Beth Feb 1, 2009 666
Cell phones go to the dogs: Maryland uses phone-finding K-9s to step up security efforts. Binetti, Rick Oct 1, 2008 1434
NIC offers security audit training. Watson, BeLinda P. Oct 1, 2008 834
A comprehensive assessment methodology ensures community safety and security. Turner, Allan Oct 1, 2008 652
Security is not convenient. Presley, Dwight Oct 1, 2008 1604
The changing role of wardens; A focus on safety and security. Ruddell, Rick; Norris, Tommy Oct 1, 2008 2799
Data-driven management systems improve safety and accountability in New York City jails. Horn, Martin F. Oct 1, 2008 2427
Security in the round. Saunders, Mark H. Oct 1, 2008 1933
Managing security threat groups and correctional intelligence: a case for using auditing teams as a threat management tool. Baykan, Y.N. Oct 1, 2008 1869
Thinking outside the cell: expanding safety and security beyond the perimeter. Boehm, David P.; Lampert, Robert O. Oct 1, 2008 2139
Pandemic influenza: prepare for the worst, but hope for the best. Jones, Shari; McDonald, Joe Oct 1, 2007 2258
The best professionals partner with the best technology. Hall, J. Daron Jun 1, 2007 882
Mitigating insider threat within correctional facilities. Crescenzi, Anthony; Isherwood, Jeffrey Dec 1, 2006 1667
Collaborative innovations will lead corrections into the future. Barte, F. Wayne Oct 1, 2006 739
Security is the number one job in corrections: how well-trained is your staff? Brooks, Tonya M. Oct 1, 2006 727
The emergence of global positioning satellite (GPS) systems in correctional applications. Downing, Hugh Oct 1, 2006 2681
Commission: U.S. prisons, jails in need of reform: problems include violence, safety, lack of mental health care. Cowdrey, Leah Aug 1, 2006 778
HIV and corrections: every statistic tells a story. Potter, Roberto Hugh; Moseley, Kera Jul 1, 2006 1481
HIV transmission in correctional facility. Wheeler, David Apr 1, 2006 2109
Institutional management of security threat groups. Donahue, J. David Apr 1, 2006 616
Gang suppression & institutional control. Trulson, Chad R.; Marquart, James W.; Kawucha, Soraya K. Apr 1, 2006 4473
Classification and security threat group management. Vigil, Daryl A. Apr 1, 2006 1763
Intelligence: the key to gang suppression. Parry, Brian Apr 1, 2006 3061
Interpreting gang tattoos. Riley, William Apr 1, 2006 3213
Security threat groups: it is more than managing gangs in a local facility. Hatcher, Loran D. Apr 1, 2006 2234
Security threat groups' effect on corrections during the past decade. Marcell, Frank Apr 1, 2006 2082
Emergency preparedness is a necessity. Schwartz, Jeffrey A. Apr 1, 2006 821
No more "cell" phones. Maclellan, Gary Apr 1, 2006 881
Security and technology: the past 30 years. Zelenak, Anthony; Goff, H. Buford, Jr. Jul 1, 2005 2816
Sharing information for a safer Texas: TDCJ's Emergency Action Center. Miller, Debra T. Jul 1, 2005 1315
Using investigative surveillance technology in correctional institutions. Rulo, Michael L. Jul 1, 2005 1741
High-tech prisons: latest technologies drive cost savings and staff efficiencies. Goodale, Jeff; Menzel, Dave; Hodgson, Glen Jul 1, 2005 2009
Safeguarding correctional officers and staff while on the job. Smith, Don Jul 1, 2005 951
Balancing media interest in prisons with operational safety and security concerns. Woodford, Jeanne S. Jun 1, 2005 1563
Security and technology--the human side. Mahaffey, Debbie Jul 1, 2004 665
More terrorists, less resources: confronting one of the most critical challenges in corrections history. Turner, Allan Jul 1, 2004 2348
Collaborating for technological success. Fox, Alexander Jul 1, 2004 1760
Technology enhances public safety in Texas. Lowe, Jay Jul 1, 2004 1572
Security Review Committee helps Florida DOC make sound technology decisions. Upchurch, James Jul 1, 2003 1959
Minnesota implements Controlled Access Tracking System. Crist, David Jul 1, 2003 1788
Managing high-risk offenders in prison dormitory settings. Peguese, James; Koppel, Robert Jul 1, 2003 1824
New Jersey jail benefits from emergency evacuation excercise. Pierson, Jeffrey L. Jul 1, 2003 1976
Drug smuggling a federal prison problem. St. Gerard, Vanessa Jun 1, 2003 346
High-tech system improves surveillance. St. Gerard, Vanessa Apr 1, 2003 275
Making prisons safer through technology. Hart, Sarah V. Apr 1, 2003 1565
Illinois technology improves security and reduces staff in two Illinois prisons. Burdett, Gary; Retford, Mike Apr 1, 2003 1290
Drug testing. (Survey Summary). Apr 1, 2003 6800
Experts take part in live webcast. Oct 1, 2002 489
Testing technology: from the lab to the field with facial recognition. (Technology Update). Mockensturm, Lee Jun 1, 2002 1597
ALARM: Making life-safety code compliance efficient and easy. (Technology Update). Feb 1, 2002 1371
Making a Difference Through Research. Klug, Elizabeth A. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 685
HOW TECHNOLOGY Can Make Your Job Safer. MORRISON, STEVE Jul 1, 2000 1215
THE FUTURE OF CORRECTIONS: Technological Developments Are Turning Science Fiction Into Science Fact. SOONACHAN, IRWIN Jul 1, 2000 1969
Staff Safety & Technology Go Hand in Hand. Tristan, David Jul 1, 2000 1176
Think Staff Safety ... Think Technology. RYAN, CHARLES L. Jul 1, 2000 1482
STAFF SAFETY BY DESIGN SITUATION:. ARRINGTON III, LYNN R.; STEWART, TERRY L. Jul 1, 2000 2676
THE NEIGHBOR-FRIENDLY PERIMETER ASSESSMENT SYSTEM. HANSON, CHARLES G.; MOSIMANN, JERRY Jul 1, 2000 2043
ACCOUNTABILITY: THE KEY TO STAFF SAFETY. Kerik, Bernard B. Jul 1, 2000 1883
JUSTIN TAYLOR KEEPS ALL THE BALLS In the Air. Clayton, Susan L. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 649
Can't You Hear Me Knocking? Stapleton Jr., James A.; Whitaker, Paul D.; Latimer, Larry T. Apr 1, 2000 2738
Security Controls in Perspective: A Case Study of the St. Louis County Justice Center. BAKER, JIM; KOSTNER, DALE; LATTA, ALAN R. Apr 1, 2000 2311
Avoiding Trial by Fire: How Correctional Facilities Can Stay Safe. Reichelt, Richard Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 953
New technologies protect officers and inmates. Lane, Cason Aug 1, 1999 1883
The future of corrections. Gondles, James A., Jr. Editorial Jul 1, 1999 663
Vulnerability assessment: correctional facilities are only as secure as their weakest point. Spencer, Debra D. Jul 1, 1998 2380
Bringing the lessons of prison riots into focus. Montgomery, Reid H., Jr. Feb 1, 1997 2276
Ensuring officer safety. Blakely, Curtis R. Oct 1, 1996 606
Continuous improvement in prison security. Czerniak, Stan W.; Upchurch, James R. Cover Story Jul 1, 1996 1729
Developing a successful turnover training program. Bland, David H. Oct 1, 1995 2425
Key control. Oct 1, 1994 552
Monitoring hostility: avoiding prison disturbances through environmental scanning. Labecki, Lee Ann S. Aug 1, 1994 2666
Working together: experts unite to combat street and prison gang activities. Welling, A. Dale Aug 1, 1994 818
Who you gonna call? Stepp, Tony Jul 1, 1994 1188
Exposing our weaknesses: conducting a top-notch audit to improve facility security. Czerniak, Stan W. Jul 1, 1994 934
Inmate transportation poses unique security challenges. Block, Sherman Jul 1, 1994 1217
Improve your security with ACA publications and videos. Bibliography Jul 1, 1994 358
Electronic monitoring poses myriad challenges for correctional agencies. Papy, Joseph E. Jul 1, 1994 953
Using new perimeter technology to cut down on corrections costs. Stovall, Clyde D.; Latimer, Larry Apr 1, 1994 1279
Extending community policing into corrections operations. Trojanowicz, Robert; Hockwater, Gene; Sinclair, David; Wriggelsworth, Gene Apr 1, 1994 1265
Making the right technology choices. Bogard, David M. Apr 1, 1993 2024
Taking a statewide approach to emergency management planning. Mascari, Ruth B. Apr 1, 1993 1006

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