threat to the safety of both prison inmates and officials. Abstract: One of the most difficult challenges facing corrections officials is controlling inmate gangs. The article reviews: California Department of Corrections, Texas Department of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Prisons, New York Department of Correctional Services, Florida Department of Corrections, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, and Connecticut Department of Correction. Any changes and/or additions to training needs to be provided to all staff. L.J.301 law journal provided the following from the Harbin- Bey.
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Several jurisdictions have developed excellent strategies to help neutralize the influence of major players and leaders of their gangs. The warden is only as effective as the team and staff (uniform and non-uniform) assigned to the prison. This may consist of, but is not limited to, trafficking and trading in contraband, sexual acts and exploitation, participating and ordering assaults on inmates and staff, disrupt activities, exhibit extreme violent acts, and other. It is always a sad fact when some inmates are more familiar with departmental rules, regulations, and policies for security threat groups than some staff. An assessment is completed to determine if the inmate is involved with a gang and/or security threat group. Ironic as it may seem, it is now safe to say that prison gang oversight is becoming as sophisticated as the gangs themselves. Bureau of Justice Administration's (BJA) now provides information related to prison gangs, gang members, and prison gang activities through its Regional Information Sharing System (riss).3. However, these STG control efforts must be carefully construed.
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