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Below are the Special Focus Issues for 2017
|January||Wellness||Nutrition, well-being, fitness|
|February||Innovation||People/ideas that move corrections forward|
|March||Ethics & Heroes||Coverage of Ethics issues and stories of heroes in corrections|
|April||Legal||Legal roundup/review of current cases|
|May||Crisis & High Risk Offenders||Coverage of industry crises & high risk offenders|
|June||Juveniles||Coverage of juvenile programs and projects|
|July||Security & Technology||New technology, conferences, managing gangs/threats|
|August||Women in Corrections||Profiling successful women practitioners and focusing on issues they face|
|September||Off the Clock||What practitioners do in their leisure time|
|October||Crisis & High Risk Offenders||Coverage of industry crises & high risk offenders|
|November||Legal||Legal roundup/review of current cases|
|December||Food and Agriculture||Coverage of food service issues and agriculture in corrections|
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