Performance Outcome 1.1.

Identify counting, inspections, security and search procedures.

Training Objective Related to 1.1.

1. Given a practical exercise, identify:

a. Security procedures                      

b. Perimeter security procedures

c. Inmate movement procedures

d. Enforcement and disciplinary rules and regulations

e. Documentation and reporting

Criteria: The noncustodial employee shall be tested on the following:

1.1.2. Identify and demonstrate security procedures.

1.1.6. Identify procedures to detect and correct actual or potential security breaches. 

1.1.7. Identify and demonstrate procedures to control movement in and out of the facility.  

1.1.11. Identify and demonstrate documentation and reporting procedures.

1.1.12. Identify rules and procedures.

Lesson Plan Guide: The lesson plan shall include the following:

1. Identify and demonstrate security checks and actions to be taken regarding any escapes or absences without permission.

a. Areas:

1. Pods/dormitories/facility/unit/room/living/common/work areas

2.  Fixtures

3. Locks

4. Windows

5. Doors

6. Verify locations

7. Mail

8. Reporting and documentation      

2. Identify rules and procedures for inmates, disciplinary actions, monitoring and security procedures, visitation, escorting, and supervision of inmates.

a. Enforcing rules and procedures

b. Disciplinary actions

            c. Inmate activities:

1. Directing

2. Controlling

3. Hygiene

4. Recreation

5. Work detail

6. On and/or off site

7. Documentation

d. Inmate movement:

1. Security procedures:

a. Shakedown

                                   b. Cell entry

                                   c. Extrications

e. Mandatory incident reporting and documentation:

1. Accurate

                       2. Timely

                       3. Legible, clear, concise

                       4. Follows chain of command

f. Supervision of:

                       1. Inmate’s activities

                       2. Staff

                       3. Sight

                       4. Opposite sex

g. Monitoring:

                       1. Control of activity

                       2. Intervention alerts

h. Security precautions and/or awareness

i. Post orders and/or shift duties          

3. Identify and demonstrate proper procedures to maintain security of the perimeter by detecting and correcting actual and/or potential security breaches.

4. Identify and demonstrate procedures required to maintain security through control of movement through a gate and/or door:

a. Duties

b. Responsibilities

c. Log

5. Identify and demonstrate group movement procedures within the facility:

a. Escorting

            b. Monitoring/observations

            c. Criteria

            d. Security

            e. Control room

            f. Log books

            g. Reporting of incidents

            h. Emergencies

 i. Special considerations

Performance Outcome 1.2.

Identify established federal, state, and local standards for the prevention, detection and response of sexual abuse, sexual assault and/or prison rape and comply with § 63.2-1509 Code of Virginia requirements and the agency’s written procedures.

Training Objectives Related to 1.2.

1. Given a written or practical exercise, identify:

a. Federal and state statutes

            b. Reporting requirements for any case of suspected abuse

            c. Prevention and detection procedures

            d. Vulnerable populations

            e. Medical and mental health services and programs

Criteria: The noncustodial employee shall be tested on the following:

1.2.1. Identify the Code of Virginia § 63.2-1509 and the Prison Rape Elimination Act 28 C.F.R Part 115

1.2.2. Identify the procedures for reporting cases of suspected abuse

1.2.3. Identify prevention and detection procedures

1.2.4. Identify vulnerable populations

1.2.5. Identify medical and mental health care programs

Lesson Plan Guide: The lesson plan shall include the following:

1. Identify federal and state statutes and agency procedures.

2. Identify detection and prevention procedures:

a. Observation

            b. Notifying/reporting inmate(s) activity(ies)

            c. Responsive planning

            d. Disciplinary actions

            e. Medical and mental health care

            f. Grievances

            g. Audits

3. Identify vulnerable populations:

            a. Lesbian

            b. Gay

            c. Bisexual

            d. Transgender

            e. Intersex

            f. Gender nonconforming inmates

            g. With disabilities

            h. Limited English proficient

4. Identify inmate and staff sexual abuse.                    

5. Identify inmate and inmate sexual abuse.   

6. Identify physical assault and potential injuries.

7. Identify therapeutic interventions.

8. Identify victim characteristics.

9. Identify physical victimization through:

            a. Personal attacks and/or bullying/hazing

            b. Property damage

            c. Use of weapon(s)

            d. Confinement–no escape

            e. Intimidation

            f. Retaliation

10. Identify psychological consequences.

Performance Outcome 1.8.

Identify gangs, definitions, statutes, statistics, and related gang management procedures.

Training Objectives Related to 1.8.

1. Given a written or practical exercise, identify indicators of inmate gang activities and gang management procedures.

Criteria: The noncustodial employee shall be tested on the following:

1.8.1. Identify indicators of inmate gangs and gang activities

1.8.2. Identify state gang statutes

1.8.3. Identify prohibited behavior (gambling, soliciting, recruiting, tattooing, etc.)

1.8.4. Identify documentation and reporting procedures

1.8.5. Identify gang management procedures

Lesson Plan Guide: The lesson plan shall include the following:

1. Identify inmate gangs and gang indicators:

.           a. Awareness

            b. Activity

2. Identify statutes and procedures:

a. Gang identification

b. Documentation

            c. Code of Virginia § 18.2-46.1:

1. Definitions

                       2. Statutes

                      3. Statistics:

                                   a. National

                                   b. State

                                   c. Local

                        4. Acts of Violence § 18.2-46.1

                        5. Prohibited criminal street gang participation § 18.2-46.2

                       6. Role of the gang management unit           

3. Identify inmate prohibited behaviors:

            a. Evidence:

                       1. Collect

                       2. Preserve

                       3. Prosecute

                       4. Document

                       5. Secure scene

            b. Photographs

4. Identify mandatory reporting and documentation procedures.