Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Control Room Break In (Season 2) | A&E

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Fabian must learn to be strong around the inmates, but when two inmates break into the control room, he questions if this job is really for him in this clip from Season 2, Episode 3, “Predator vs. Prey”. #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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34 thoughts on “Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Control Room Break In (Season 2) | A&E

  1. Mannn when I was a CO it can be intimidating but one thing I never did was let them see you being scared or intimidated! I also am pretty short and I got called little guy, short, etc but I never let it get to me if you can’t handle some name calling…you aren’t cut out for CO work

  2. he just looked like dont touch my food though. just get papers and get out of here. In a differnent episode he throw weapons and drugs in the toilet then throw away more drugs and made the inmate take the trash out and sweep but the poor man lost his job.

  3. Something about that “break in” just doesn’t feel right. It was clearly staged, you can even see the scene being set up.

    The “inmate” in white was shown outside looking through the window, then while the CO was messing with the lunch box the inmate was looking in. Clearly setting up the scene.The guard was playing with his lunch box, the inmate is shown watching through the window.

    Then when the “inmates” break in there’s no surprise reaction from either the camera crew or the CO, if they weren’t expecting that there would’ve been a more natural reaction.

    And the CO is so nonchalant about his papers being taken, the scene shows how dangerous and important it is and what could happen if the info is leaked, and the CO is so casual about it… this whole scene makes no logical sense.

    Furthermore I’ve worked on documentary shoots like this and there would be an escort for the camera crew, they wouldn’t be given free reign, so even if the escorts saw someone going for the control they’d have stepped in. But why would a rookie not be paired with a veteran?

  4. Oh this poor soul. He needs to work at a clothing store with this timidness. He can't just let people walk all over him like that. He really couldve caused an accident to happen. I was told he was fired, so I'm glad for his safety and the safety of the prison.

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