Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Mental Health Unit (Season 1) | A&E

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Ariel must assist an inmate who attacked himself due to his mental illness, and Pallesen helps an inmate integrate back into society in this clip in Season 1, Episode 4, “The Riot”. #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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41 thoughts on “Behind Bars: Rookie Year: Mental Health Unit (Season 1) | A&E

  1. I hate when people see them like monsters that can’t be tamed, so they have to locked them up forever so the Healthier people get to walk free but the mentality I’ll kept lock up and contained, the thing is it’s not there fault for being mentally, but I don’t think they should be locked up forever, they need to make better systems for the mentally ill and help them Comfortably back into society, I know many won’t agree with my opinion but I feel they deserve better.

  2. I used to hear and see things and I just got help as a very young kid, I live in the UK where I can get help for free and i really hope these people are getting more than just pills

  3. (for the first man) absolutely breaks my heart 💔 he should be getting help, not in prison. i understand he probably did some terrible stuff but he should be receiving treatment and other necessities to ensure his mental health is okay. i can’t imagine what he’s going though. as someone who suffers with lots of mental illness issues; there’s so many misconceptions. i hope he is doing well and that he’s in a better mindset.

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