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How Offenders Do Their Time

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This episode is from TAPSTI, a 501(c)(3) non-profit promoting Peacekeeping Justice – an intelligent alternative where Public Safety personnel operate as a highly trained and motivated Peacekeeping force and are thus respected, appreciated and supported here in the homeland. You can find TAPSTI at www.tapsti.org, all our podcasts at www.bluelineradio.org, and our news magazine at www.blueline.news. We are 100% volunteer and always appreciate donations at www.tapsti.org’s main webpage. Sound clips include those from https://archive.org/details/prison_201608 - a National Education Television show on inmates and prison life. 

This episode examines what offenders do in the correctional setting – how they live and what is most important to them. Subjects include: what the public thinks of corrections, inmate adaptation, inmate coping, inmate needs, Prisonization, correctional niches, inmate ingenuity, inmates targeting staff, inmates emotional states, tactics with inmates, and staff complacency. Reference materials include “The Art of the Con” by Gary Cornelius as well as research material which will be referenced. We welcome call-in guests! Any call-in guests are advised this broadcast is being recorded and portions thereof may be converted for use in training and/or other uses with no remuneration to any participants.  

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