Correctional Manipulation

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Writing a book on inmate manipulation can be a very trying effort. Multiple tactics can be employed by the manipulative inmate that center on covert methods that include minimal compliance, or misdirection. These methods are covertly pushed forward by the inmate in an effort to gain ground and go on the offensive. As an instructor on inmate manipulation, I have to maintain a curriculum that adapts to the changing methods employed by the inmate, as well as prepare the defenses needed so staff can save ground and, if needed, move forward. This books presents a quick and informative overview of why staff fall victim to the games inmates play.

Author: Anthony Joseph Gangi
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Published: 08/17/2015
Pages: 74
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.33lbs
Size: 9.69h x 7.44w x 0.15d
ISBN13: 9781516936922
ISBN10: 1516936922
BISAC Categories:
- Psychology | Education & Training

About the Author
For over thirteen years, Anthony Gangi has worked in the correctional setting dealing with both male and female offenders. He served on the custody level and has moved through the ranks from line officer to supervisor. With a background in Psychology, he has become a leading expert in inmate manipulation and, during his time as an instructor, he has had the chance to meet, on a national level, with other professionals in his field. Anthony Gangi is currently a columnist for and an active writer for He is currently the host of Tier Talk which can be found at Talk is the only show on the air for corrections, by corrections, about corrections.

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