This activity is approved for 2.00 contact hours.
This activity is approved for 2.00 STC credit hours.
This course has been approved by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy for 2.00 hours. CJA Lesson Plan #5707
Section 1: Introduction A. About This Course B. Learning Objectives Section 2: Enforcing Rules and Regulations A. Meet Officer Smith B. The Inmate Handbook C. Inmate Compliance D. Discipline vs. Punishment E. Types of Rule Violations F. Subduing Inmates G. Using Force H. Using Deadly Force I. More About Using Deadly Force J. Exercise: Enforcing Rules and Regulations K. Section Summary Section 3: Disciplining Inmates: The Officer’s Role A. Finding the Balance B. Informal Discipline/Control C. The Informal Discipline Process D. Presence E. Reminder F. Warning G. Public vs. Private H. Incident Report I. Formal Discipline/Control J. Guidelines for Disciplining Inmates K. Inmates with Mental Illness L. Inmates with Intellectual Disabilities M. Under-Enforcement N. The Consequences of Under-Enforcement O. Over-Enforcement P. How Do I Avoid Over-Enforcement? Q. Balanced Enforcement R. Exercise: The Officer’s Role S. Section Summary Section 4: The Disciplinary Hearing A. The Disciplinary Hearing B. Inmate’s Rights in a Disciplinary Hearing C. Rights Not Granted D. The U.S. Supreme Court Issues Another Ruling E. The Officer's Role in a Disciplinary Hearing F. Penalties G. Loss of Good Time H. Types of Restrictive Housing I. Exercise: The Disciplinary Hearing J. Section Summary Section 5: Conclusion A. Summary B. Congratulations
Mr. Galley began his career with the Maryland Division of Correction (MDOC) in 1967 as a Correctional Teacher at the Maryland Correctional Training Center (MCTC). In 1972, he became the Assistant Warden, and in 1979, he was promoted as Warden of MCTC. In 1981, he became Commissioner of the Maryland Division of Correction. In 1984, he returned to the field as Warden of Roxbury Correctional Institution until 1993 when he resigned to become Warden at the Montgomery County Detention Center. He later served as Chief of Security at the Frederick County Detention Center. In 1999, Mr. Galley returned to the Maryland Division of Correction to accept the position as Warden of Western Correctional Institution. Under his leadership, the Western Correctional Institution became the first Maryland institution to achieve accreditation by the American Correctional Association. He became the Assistant Commissioner of the former West Region in 2007 and the Regional Executive Director of the North Region of the newly reorganized Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services in 2011. He is responsible for the oversight of six (6) major institutions and Community Supervision offices in eight (8) counties. Mr. Galley serves as an auditor for the accreditation program of the American Correctional Association and has done consulting work for the U.S. State Department. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Frostburg State University and graduate degrees from Shippensburg State University and Southern Illinois University. Disclosure: Jon Galley has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.