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The Lost Inmates and Mistaken Releases Of The Baltimore City Jail

Leonard Sipes Jr. is a retired Senior Public Affairs Specialist and Social Media Manager for a Federal government agency in Washington, D.C. He has a total of 35 years of award-winning media relations, public relations, and social media experience. As well, 25 years of award-winning television and radio hosting and producing.

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Why Correctional Staff Should Watch Out for the ‘Model Inmate’

Gary Cornelius is a retired Lieutenant & Professor at George Mason University. Lieutenant Gary F. Cornelius retired in 2005 from the Fairfax County (VA) Office of the Sheriff, after serving over 27 years in the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center. He is a multi-published author and has performed training and consulting for the American Correctional Association, the American Jail Association and the National Institute of Justice.

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6 Technologies that are Changing Law Enforcement

Policing is an industry that constantly changes. Criminals evolve. With technology, criminals can find new ways to wreak havoc. Burglars use social media to discover when people are on vacation. Emails with malicious programs give cyber-thieves access to your online...

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Fugitive Safe Surrender

Leonard Sipes Jr. is a retired Senior Public Affairs Specialist and Social Media Manager for a Federal government agency in Washington, D.C. He has a total of 35 years of award-winning media relations, public relations, and social media experience. As well, 25 years of award-winning television and radio hosting and producing.

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12 Craziest Prison Escapes of all Time

Correctional officers protect society by guarding those that need to be locked up. On rare occasions, those inmates use their skills and cunning to escape. Correctional department authorities are prepared to address the usual escape attempts – smuggling of contraband,...

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Police Departments Have New Approaches for Cold Cases

If you are in law enforcement or have an interest in public safety, you may have noticed the recent wave of cold cases being solved. In April 2018, police identified the Golden State Killer, after over 30 years on the run. Thanks to genealogy testing from companies...

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