Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Crime In Prison Doesn’t Stop (Season 1) | A&E

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Rookie Officer Mangi, becomes prey to an inmate’s con in this clip from Season 1, Episode 4, “The Con Game”. #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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50 thoughts on “Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Crime In Prison Doesn’t Stop (Season 1) | A&E

  1. Instead of doing a favor to these hard-core criminals! The shooting squad could be a solution for sure! Also, taxpayer's money spent on these criminals should be spent on some other more useful things !! These criminals will never change!

  2. Wow he said he just want to see how he got it yesterday. He knew it was himself the entire time but so he tried to get everyone to just look at the footage of yesterday because he knew that video of yesterday would have shown nothing of how he got the phone because the phone was passed days earlier. The question of rookie asking inmate didn't you ask me phone to use the phone was to eliminate any suspicion on the rookie to make it look like he was reporting him asking for the phone when in fact they are both in on it.

  3. Right off the bat…
    Inmate: "I've had this laundry bag for two days, and I don't know who's it is."
    Officer: Reads the name and cell number written on tag.
    Me: 👀🕵
    Also me: 🤔🤥

    Also, also me: This bag right here *****, this bag right here?!

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