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COURSE OVERVIEW

This course covers the proper administrative procedures to follow when selecting a prisoner for segregation. The appropriate paperwork, prisoner handling, and humane treatment of inmates is discussed in detail. Although tailored to a prison setting, many of the procedures can also apply to jails and holding cells in police stations.
This course educates correctional officers on ethics, values, and principles. It details the types of failures that can befall officers who lack a strong belief system. The goal of the course is to help officers recognize issues that can lead to dismissal, criminal charges, and even bodily harm from improper character and behavior within a facility.
This course provides a basic understanding of the Prison Rape Elimination Act. It also discusses your duties as a first responder, how the coordinated response works, and what you can expect in the investigation process of an alleged sexual abuse. The duties of the first responder are one of the critical components to protect the alleged victim from further abuse and provide a safe and secure environment.
This course provides a basic understanding of the Prison Rape Elimination Act and its core concepts. PREA was implemented to prevent sexual abuse and sexual harassment in confinement.
The primary objective of this course is to provide instruction in surveillance of inmates, staff, and visitors in all areas of the institution. This is to ensure that institution resources are managed reasonably and to establish a safe and healthful environment that is free of dangerous weapons and other contraband or clutter that create fire or other hazards.
This course will provide a basic understanding of how you can effectively manage and communicate with LGBTI, transgender, and intersex inmates within your facility. This course will also provide the basic principles and standards for managing LGBTI, transgender, and intersex inmates.
This course is designed to familiarize the learner with the history and recent developments of the halfway house, community residential programs, and programs for juveniles. The course is structured in such a way that the learner will understand the effectiveness of these facilities as well as the treatment options within these facilities. The course will also examine special populations ranging from sex offenders to mentally disordered offenders to female offenders.