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The Shakedown is a podcast for corrections professionals by corrections professionals. Join us weekly as Warden Aaron Dawson and his guests cover hot topics in jail operations with positivity and passion, sharing tools, tactics and tricks that listeners can use to better themselves and their detention facility.
 
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Warden Dawson and special guest Barbara Gould continue the conversation about factoring in generational factors in our interaction and leadership. Each generation parents differently, values differently and is motivated differently. Understanding these factors will facilitate greater success in our interaction as well as our ability to inspire othe…
 
Regardless of our level of responsibility, corrections officers are leaders. As we move up in the “chain of command”, part of our responsibility is to “inspire” those we are leading to follow us. There is a great deal out there about cultural factors, educational factors, personality factors, etc., but how much do we consider generational factors? …
 
Warden Dawson and special guest, Barbara Gould continue the “wellness” conversation by confronting the difficult topic of physical health. The Corrections profession always seems to focus on “getting the job done” and sometimes at great cost. Though it seems like a minor investment at the time, if we don’t make our own physical health a priority, i…
 
Warden Dawson and special guest Barbara Gould begin a much needed-discussion about officer wellness. We preach “care, control, and custody” with emphasis on the inmate population, but what about taking care of ourselves? The discussion begins with some practical tips for taking care of our mental health. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail …
 
Warden Dawson and Sean Stewart close out this series by providing some practical steps that Corrections supervisors and leaders can take to help protect their employees. There are valid and effective safeguards that will protect them, if they are put in place. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedow…
 
Warden Dawson and Sean Stewart discuss the easy pitfall of being swayed by our interaction with inmates to take it personally. Many of these inmates have made a lifestyle out of influencing and conning people. We MUST keep our guard up and not be one of their victories. Sean Stewart also talks about the importance of building and utilizing our "sof…
 
In deze podcast gaat Lin van Ellinckhuijsen in gesprek met ex-danseres Jane Lord. Ze deelt haar ervaringen met ons over de instudering vanaf het begin in 1981 met Sir Peter Wright en vertelt over de hoge technische uitdagingen van deze choreografie, haar rol als de Seringenfee en de bijzondere mime.Autor: Nationale Opera & Ballet
 
The conversation continues with Warden Dawson and Sean Stewart talking about the danger of favors. “Give and take” is a cultural norm that can be an effective tool. It can also be a dangerous tool if favors are offered or received that violate moral standards or the law. Practical tips are offered as well as real-world examples. Copyright 2022. Nat…
 
In deze podcast luister je naar een korte inleiding in de muziek van Königskinder met repetitor Ernst Munneke achter de piano. Samen met dramaturg Laura Roling verkennen zij de invloed Wagner op deze opera, de muzikale karakterisering van de verschillende hoofdpersonages én een paar fun facts, zoals de klank van de dierenwereld.…
 
Warden Dawson and special guest Sean Stewart begin a 4-part series on the mental factors in play while being a Corrections Officer. In this episode, they discuss contraband and how we as Corrections Officers can get pulled into the trap of introducing contraband. It always starts with simple things. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Opera…
 
Warden Dawson and Dr. Sampson wrap up their discussion of Conflict Management by discussing the importance of emotion in resolving conflict. Emotions are a powerful force that can work to our benefit or our detriment. They discuss how we can communicate emotion effectively, as well as recognize emotion in others as a part of our overall communicati…
 
In the third episode of the Conflict Management Technique Series, Warden Dawson and guest Dr. Steve Sampson look at some practical skills that can help us bring down the intensity of a situation, if not avoid it altogether. These skills are quite simple but are often overlooked, ignored, or treated lightly. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Ja…
 
Warden Dawson and Dr. Sampson continue the conversation about conflict by looking at some more internal causes of conflict. Each of us needs to be aware of these facts as we consider and prepare for conflict that may come about in our daily interpersonal interactions. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The …
 
Warden Dawson is joined by Dr. Steve Sampson to discuss his upcoming book and subsequent training. Conflict is a part of life and can be either good or bad. Warden Dawson and Dr. Sampson discuss some of the facts and causes of conflict that each of us bring to the table within ourselves. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO)…
 
There is a lot of interest in utilizing more and more technology in jails, specifically as it relates to inmates. Kiosks, communication devices, tablets, etc. Are they beneficial? Are there areas of concern? Is technology worth it? Warden Dawson and special guest Lt. Moats take a practical look at the use of technology in jails based upon their own…
 
In the final episode in the series on Officer Survival, Warden Dawson and special guest Lt. Moats discuss finding balance in our work and home life. Corrections is what we do, not who we are. We may be proud of what we do, it may be important to us, and we may find a great deal of satisfaction in what we do, but it does not define us. Each of us ar…
 
Continuing the series about Officer Survival, Warden Dawson discusses “Dealing with a Crisis”. You have a group of people in a building/facility 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, things are going to happen. Its not a question of “if”, but rather “when”. That being said, we need to prepare ourselves to deal with whatever crisis comes and to deal with i…
 
Corrections is a difficult profession, and the limited number of people that stay in the career for a long time demonstrates that. Why is that? What is it that is causing qualified people to not stay with it? This series is designed to address some of those issues. We begin Officer Survival by talking about stress. Warden Dawson, with special guest…
 
This episode concludes Warden Aaron Dawson's discussion on communication. This week he goes over the eight things your communication should consist of. He shares personal experiences illustrating how each of these principles is proven to have positive outcomes, especially in the field of corrections. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Oper…
 
Continuing our discussion from last week on cultivating good communication skills, Warden Aaron Dawson asks us to consider how we communicate. This means how we observe the situation, how we actively listen, and then how we learn from the communication. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podca…
 
In our 10th episode, Warden Aaron Dawson discusses why the ability to communicate is such an essential skill, especially in corrections. He reflects on stories from World War II and shares personal examples helping to illustrate different types of communication. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shaked…
 
In this exciting, new episode three officers from the Chelan County Regional Jail in Washington call into the podcast to share how they combatted a serious contraband problem in their jail by implementing a very successful K-9 program. Their K-9, Kait, is a 6-year-old purebred border collie who has helped with cell searches, walkthroughs, and contr…
 
Warden Aaron Dawson wraps up our discussion on good report writing in this episode. Warden Dawson discuss how you can make sure you write a good report, even if you don't consider yourself a good writer. He gives seven questions that every officer should ask themselves while writing a report, to ensure they've produced a quality document. Copyright…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Brunnhilde, resigned to disappear into her coma, begged Wotan to at least surround her with a magic fire that will scare away everyday adventurers so that only the most fearless of heroes might manage to awaken her. Wotan is deeply moved by this proposal and accepts it. The two cherish their final moments together in so…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie, Brunnhilde explained herself further to Wotan, first asking for his mercy, but eventually proudly embracing her decision and fate, with no regrets. She has helped save the Walsung family, by sending Sieglinde and the broken sword off to the forest, where the mother-to-be will soon give birth to the heroic child of inces…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. After Wotan threw a fit on discovering that Brunnhilde’s eight sisters were hiding her from him, she finally willingly came forward to submit to his punishments. He explained his plan– to put her into a deep coma, and leave her to lie in wait. She will only awaken if someone braves the danger to find her. And then she w…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Brunhilde arrived at the Valkyrie’s rock, where her sisters were gathering with corpses of heroes to bring to Valhalla, Wotan’s debt-plagued palace of death. She asked for someone to help with Sieglinde, who exited East with a sublime finale. But no sooner was this goal achieved than Wotan appeared in a fury, preparing …
 
Welcome back to Soft Valkyrie. We’ve just left the scene of battle, where Wotan was flying into a rage at Brunnhilde’s disobedience. Now, look off to the horizon. See that peak out there? T hat’s where Brunhilde’s sisters, the other Valkyries, like to gather and play with their dead heroes. Brunhilde has just escaped the scene of battle with Siegli…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Siegmund met Brunhilde, who came bearing bad news at first. A noble death dialog ensued. But no sooner had Siegmund valiantly threatened to murder his new sister-bride so as to meet her in Valhalla when he died, Brunhile changed her mind, and joined Siegmund’s side, against their father’s wishes. Now Hunding approaches,…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Sieglinde and Siegmund were shown in a terrible mood far from the erotic bliss of their innocent foray into brother-sister cuckoldry. They realize what they’ve done, and what fate awaits them when they are discovered by Hunding and his hounds. Both are utterly frazzled and preoccupied with thoughts of death, when Brunhi…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Wotan confessed the end of his backstory to Brunhilde, and passed on to her the bad news that she must not help Siegmund. Rather she must lead him to his death. Wotan left, leaving Brunhilde alone, whence she took her horse bridle and went off in search of Siegmund.Siegmund is exhausted and Sieglinde is asleep. Perhaps …
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Wotan began to describe his backstory to Brunhilde. We learn of Alberich’s theft of the Rhinegold, of the laborer Fafner’s departure with the gold in the form of a dragon, and of Wotan’s desire to kill him which is impeded by his contractual obligation.Brunhilde is deeply torn between law and family loyalty. She believe…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. We learned that Fricka is none too happy about this incestuous cuckoldry. In her sovereignty as the god of marriage, she has elicited a commitment from Wotan not to help Siegmund during the coming battle. Instead, Hunding should prevail, and avenge the affair. …Now Wotan is alone with Brunhilde, to whom he must convey t…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie, Wotan had a brief meeting with his daughter, the Valkyrie Brunhilde. No sooner had he commanded her to aid Siegmund in the coming battle with Hunding, the great god’s wife arrived with a different plan. This did not go as Wotan had planned. What will happen next? To find out, you’ll have to tune in next time, to Soft Va…
 
When we left off, Siegmund and Sieglinde had just embarked on their incestuous adventure, leaving behind Sieglinde’s cuckolded husband Hunding to wake up to the bad news at dawn. We've since walked several miles from the forest of Hunding's hut, and are now at the base of a mountain where the couple's father spends his time–Wolf, as they called him…
 
In this episode, Warden Dawson continues to discuss the importance of good report writing. Good report writing is more than just good writing, it's about when you write the report. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER: This podcast may not be distributed …
 
In this episode, Warden Dawson talks about a topic that is disliked by many, but critical in this profession to master: report writing. Warden Dawson shares real-life experiences illustrating the importance of good report writing and how slacking on reports can have detrimental effects on your career. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Ope…
 
In this episode, Warden Dawson, continues the topic he's covered during the past two podcasts and finishes off with the importance of documentation when force is used. (Published June 1, 2022) Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER: This podcast may not to …
 
In this episode of The Shakedown, Warden Dawson continues the discussion of Use of Force. In Episode 3, he discussed the fact that corrections professionals do have liability in how force is used in detention facilities. In this episode, he'll talk about what are the standards for use of force, and how can force be used in a way which protects you …
 
In the next three episode of The Shakedown, Warden Dawson will be covering the important topic of Use of Force. In this episode we'll specifically consider the liability that goes along with using force in a detention facility. (Published May 18, 2022) Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcas…
 
Behind every great action, is a great mindset, or philosophy. What mindset do we need to when we come in the door to work every day? In Episode 2, Warden Dawson talks about 5 elements, or mindsets, critical to being a successful corrections professional. (Published May 11, 2022) Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron D…
 
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