Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Use Your Head, Super Cop (Season 2) | A&E

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Purto thinks he’s doing the right thing when he steps in to help with an STIU investigation when a violent inmate gets angry, but he quickly learns he needs to start using his head in this clip from Season 2 Episode 6, “Mind Games”.#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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48 thoughts on “Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Use Your Head, Super Cop (Season 2) | A&E

  1. "Super Cop" officers like this have one of three things happen. 1. Quit. 2. Get an inmate hurt. 3. Get himself or another officer or staff member hurt. It is a fine tuned balancing act. Throw him in the mix and temperaments become elevated. An otherwise calm pod, cell house and/or unit becomes heated and harder to control. Already 40 to 80+ inmates to one officer. He's been there all day and the officer coming in to relieve him, is in for rough ride of a shift. Using this analogy, " kick a dog all day, eventually he bites".

  2. This show seems abit set up compared the usual prison shows…. he could hear them laughing… why would he ask for an officer when he’s cuffed and he’s outside the door..

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