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Anatomy of a set up Written by James Topham 3 Comments Those of us who have been in corrections for any period of time know that we can have all the use-of-force training, defensive tactics, report writing, and first-aid training in the world and it will not prepare us for the inmate set-up.
For the most part, we have lived our lives—prior to entering this field—in towns and cities surrounded by our friends and by neighbors who we trusted and could rely on in our daily routines. We tended to give people the benefit of the doubt and paid little attention to the idea that someone would deceive us.
But when we became educated as correctional employees, that all changed. There are inmates who know almost instinctively how to manipulate the will of another person because coercion has, in many cases, become a lifestyle. Over the years of committing crimes, being arrested, and incarcerated, some of these inmates have honed their skills.
They have developed intricate and sophisticated systems of deception, often times for no other reason than the pleasure it provides them. The system of deception they have created is called the set-up. The set-up is a game. There is a winner and a loser.
The winner, in the case of a successful set-up, receives rewards and the loser pays the consequences. The inmate can receive illegal contraband, sex, status among peers, and the personal satisfaction from just being able to do it.
They can be terminated from their employment, face criminal charges, and in some cases, face death. In reviewing the steps of behavioral manipulation designed to show how inmates implement a set-up, it should be understood that this process does not always develop in the same order, but all the elements will usually be utilized regardless of the procedure the inmate employs.
The average set-up takes approximately 19 months to be successful. It is a slow process because it is very subtle. To understand the set-up, one must realize how manipulation works.
With that in mind, here is a review of manipulative tactics that can be used by inmates: Staff susceptibility can go along with inmate manipulation tactics.
The susceptibility factors that can affect staff include: Attractive, polite inmate; or same age, race, religion, background as the corrections employee.
Especially if the employee is supervising members of the opposite sex. Used by staff who think they should punish inmates.
Manipulation is accomplished on an individual victim basis. Victims are selected because of their personality traits. Inmates use the traits of the potential victim that most would see as good. Any trait possessed by the target officer that certain inmates can construe as a weakness can result in that individual being selected as a victim in a set-up.
Corrections employees, as well as inmates, place officers and staff in basically three categories: In most lesson plans, they use the word mellow. They may have a strong desire to help the inmate and be sympathetic and understanding.
Hard employees go strictly by the book. Everything is black and white and there is no in-between. They grant no leeway. Inmates will concentrate on the soft and hard employees.
Soft because of the inability or hesitancy to say no combined with their understanding and sympathetic traits. The medium employee who uses both traits at the appropriate times will usually be left alone.
Their actions will discourage the manipulative process. The 14 Steps There are three processes in the set-up: The first two processes—techniques and tools—are considered the netwhich is spread to catch the victim.
In the final process—the turnout—the inmate receives the payoff for his patience and ability to manipulate the victim. It is not until this late stage that the person will realize he has fallen victim to a set-up.
The three processes are made up of 14 steps. This is the technique stage. The next eight steps contain the tools they will use in the set-up.A former economist of the year says the banking royal commission has come at the wrong time and warns a mini financial crisis capable of producing a pretty dire scenario in Australia could be on.
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