Aug 23, 2015

Correctional Manipulation

Writing a book on inmate manipulation can be a very trying effort. Multiple tactics can be employed by the manipulative inmate that center on covert methods that include minimal compliance, or misdirection. These methods are covertly pushed forward by the inmate in an effort to gain ground and go on the offensive. As an instructor on inmate manipulation, I have to maintain a curriculum that...

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