Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Inmate Fails Drug Test (Season 2) | A&E

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An inmate suspected of using drugs accuses rookie CO, Israel, of tampering with his urine test, which poses a risk to the investigation in this clip from Season 2, Episode 7, “No Room for Error”. #BehindBars
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“Behind Bars: Rookie Year” follows a group of new recruits at the New Mexico Corrections Academy (NMCA) as they come face-to-face with criminals who take pleasure in preying on weakness. Whether they’re cadets in training or brand new on the line, the officers all wrestle with a critical life-or-death question: Is it worth it?

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32 thoughts on “Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Inmate Fails Drug Test (Season 2) | A&E

  1. "its just a bad day all round" "its embarrassing when an inmate calls you out" grow up, you are the ones watching over them, you aren't doing time and you need to be the ones that do your job right.

  2. No, some CO's will ask certain inmates for advice. I got wrote up for a light cover, I thought they were joking. Nope! Got the write up and decided to read the rulebook cover to cover. Once a guard realizes you know the rules, they might ask about one. I may have not lied, but went by observation instead of an actual rule. The Sargent would let inmates where white Tee's under their oranges, to go to the gym. A pretty experienced guard actually asked me, in front of the entire pod in line for gym, if it was Ok to wear them?!?! "Um, yeah. Sargent Day let's us."

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