Avoiding Offender Manipulation: Inmate Subculture

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Tue, Nov 29th, 2022 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM ET
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This is part one of a two-part webinar series that addresses a major problem in corrections, specifically the manipulation of correctional staff by criminal offenders. All correctional staff, including juvenile and adult institutions, and community corrections (probation and parole), are targets for the offender manipulator. Also targeted are people who try to help offenders and staff programs, mental health, substance abuse, volunteers, chaplain’s staff, medical, food service, and maintenance.

This webinar is designed to get staff thinking about who they are dealing with, and how manipulation can destroy professional lives, careers, and the public trust. To guard against the manipulator, a corrections staff member must know their adversary.

During Part I:  The Inmate Subculture, we will discuss:

  • The criminal offender: Why offenders commit crimes
  • The criminal offender: Resisting correctional supervision
  • The definition and examples of manipulation: How offenders use manipulation; Discussion of contraband smuggling, sexual misconduct, boundary violations, and escapes

 

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