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    Applying New Vulnerability Assessment Tools in Hennepin County

    Submitted by Captain Mike Wresh, Commander, Hennepin County Detention Division, Minneapolis, Minnesota for the 2007 LJN Exchange. Summary A Correctional Vulnerability Assessment is different from security audits in several ways, because a CVA considers three dimensions of the correctional setting: physical plant, technology, and operations. In 2006, 12 county jails received a week of training that introduced a powerful new risk management tool developed by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ)...
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