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    Breaking the Ice

    By Joe Bouchard. Posted with the permission of the American Jail Association. This article originally appeared in the November/December 2014 issue of American Jails , the magazine of the American Jail Association. Correctional staff training is most effective when it engages officers’ ingenuity and problem-solving skills. In this article, Joe Bouchard gives four examples of training icebreakers that do just that and provides steps for facilitation by trainers. #1 “All Pens Are Not Created Equal”...
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