Practical Guide to Inmate Discipline
Policies • Rules • Procedures
By William C. Collins, Esq.
Simplify disciplinary hearings, streamline procedures,
and reduce your exposure to expensive lawsuits.
- What simple change in your disciplinary rules can dramatically reduce your exposure to litigation and liability?
- How can you reduce the number of hearings that are contested by inmates?
- What critical steps can your hearing officers take to ensure that hearing results will stand up in court if an inmate challenges them?
Everything you need to conduct safe, legal inmate disciplinary hearings is in the most respected and widely used reference in the field. Provides detailed guidance for setting up a well-structured inmate disciplinary system, including step-by-step guidelines, model rules, and sample forms and checklists.
How to Conduct a Defensible Due Process Disciplinary Hearing: A Guide for Hearing Officers
This removable paperbound manual provides hearing officers with hands-on assistance in conducting disciplinary proceedings and preparing written reports. One copy of the “blue book” is included with your purchase. Additional copies available at $59.95 each.
discounts are also available.
Trends and Developments Update
A special briefing on new court decisions and their impact on punishments, testimony and evidence, and hearing officer liability. One copy of the “beige book” is include with your new purchase of Practical Guide Guide to Inmate Discipline. Additional copies are available for $39.95 each.
Correctional Law Reporter
Corrections Managers' Report