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    • Rehabilitation: A Shift in How the Criminal Justice System Addresses Drug Offenders July 22, 2014
      The criminal justice system is seeking alternatives to lengthy prison sentences when it comes to dealing with drug offenders.
    • Traditions Firearms introduces hammerless Vortek Strikefire rifle July 22, 2014
      By PoliceOne Staff Traditions Performance Firearms has recently released their new Vortek StrikerFire LDR. The .50 caliber rifle features a 30-inch Chromoly barrel and a more complete powder burn to increase velocity and downrange accuracy. The Vortek StrikerFire LDR has a patent-pending internal striker fire system and no internal hammer. It functions by sl
    • Colt's bolt action rifle designed for long time on range July 22, 2014
      By PoliceOne Staff The Colt’s new M2012 is a precision rifle designed for long sessions at the gun range, featuring a single stage Timney adjustable trigger and a custom match grade barrel for maximum precision. The M2012 is available in three models, all of which feature .308 Winchester chambers and one with an optional .260 Remington chamber. Specification
    • Sportsman Mount attaches GoPro to guns, rods, bows July 22, 2014
      By C1 Staff GoPro recently released a Sportsman Mount designed to mount to most shotguns, rifles, revolvers, airsoft guns, pellet and paintball guns, plus fishing rod grips and bows. One or two cameras can be mounted on gun barrels, rod grips, and bow components with a diameter of 0.4 to 0.9 inches. The cameras can be arranged to capture footage looking forw
    • Panasonic updates Toughbook 53 semi-rugged laptop July 22, 2014
      By C1 Staff Panasonic announced upgrades to the Toughbook 53 semi-rugged laptop with a Windows 8.1 Pro Update, battery life of up to 15 hours and enhanced wireless connectivity for mobile professionals. The Toughbook 53 features a 14 inch sunlight-readable optional touchscreen, anti-reflective and anti-glare HD display and optional 4G LTE multi carrier mobil
    • John Oliver discusses America's broken prison system July 22, 2014
      By C1 Staff Comedian John Oliver’s latest segment on his show “Last Week Tonight” focused on America’s broken prison system. His rant covered a lot of ground, including the growing population of prisoners in the U.S., racism, solitary confinement and sexual assault, to name a few. Overall, Oliver called out Americans for generally sweeping the problems under
    • Mich. facility security upgrades don't include tower, perimeter patrol July 22, 2014
      By C1 Staff IONIA, Mich. — Following the high-profile escape of an inmate who credited the facility for help, the Ionia Correctional Facility is taking all the recommendations it can get. Having already earmarked $11 million this year for security upgrades, and with another $42 million on the way, they’re pulling out all the stops in adding new lighting, cam
    • Allegations of 'hogtying' youth at Nev. correctional facility July 22, 2014
      By C1 Staff LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Allegations of hogtying are being made toward a juvenile correctional facility in Nevada, and one judge took them seriously enough to have all inmates removed from the facility. 8 News Now reports that inmates at Nevada Youth Training Center were allegedly being made to lay on the ground with their hands and feet bound together
    • Wis. reconsiders use of solitary confinement July 22, 2014
      By C1 Staff WAUPUN COUNTY, Wis. — With allegations of inmate abuse mounting, Wisconsin is taking a hard look at its use of solitary confinement. One prison official called the practice “overused, misused and abused,” according to Madison.com. The main issue is the use of seg on mentally ill inmates, which in studies has shown to exacerbate conditions and ear
    • Should the closing date of a jail be memorialized? July 22, 2014
      By C1 Staff GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NJ — With the one-year anniversary of the closing of the Gloucester County Jail, county freeholders and local police chiefs are looking to gather to memorialize the occasion. NJ.com reports that elected officials will gather to speak on the impact of the first year of the jail’s closing, which has saved $9.7 million dollars thi

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