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Offender Rights Part 4: Religion, Communication, and Searches $22.50
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Offender Rights Part 4: Religion, Communication, and Searches

Despite their incarceration, offenders do retain some of their constitutional rights. As a correctional or jail officer, you must remember that you represent the government, and it is your duty to protect the rights of individuals under your supervision. Two key areas of rights are found in the 1st and 4th Amendments. The 1st Amendment is the source of rights for freedom of speech (as it relates to communication) and religion, and the 4th Amendment is the source of the right to be free from unreasonable searches. To what extent offenders retain these rights is the focus of this course.
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Offender Rights Part 4: Religion, Communication, and Searches
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