[rattle] [slam] Go back. [shouting] [slam] 10-32. 10-32. 2, alpha, 10-32. Yes. Grab the legs– [voices over radio] Come on. Secure. ZACH CHAVEZ: I didn’t
expect anything to happen my first day of work. And bam, it just happened. Fireworks were flying. Take off the badge? Take off the badge. You have– let’s go.
Let’s go. Let’s go talk.
– I’m on the phone. – Get off your phone call.
– I’m on the phone. – Get off your phone call.
– [bleep] Get off your phone call. I’m telling you,
don’t [bleep].. – This is your–
– Don’t [bleep]. Don’t hang up my phone. Don’t hang up my phone. Get off your phone. [bleep] Get off your phone. I swear to god, you hang
up my [bleep] phone call, and it’s going to be on. What are you going to do? What are you going to do? Let’s go. Let’s go. Get off your [bleep] phone. Get off your phone. Get off your [bleep] phone. – Yo, Tony–
– Get off your [bleep] phone. Come on. Get off your [bleep] phone. Get off your [bleep] phone. Get off your [bleep] phone.
Let’s go. Outside, right now.
Let’s go outside. Let’s go outside.
Let’s go talk. Let’s go.
– That’s cool. Let’s go. Let’s go. [bleep] go outside now. Let’s go outside. Let’s go outside [bleep]. Go outside right now. [bleep] Just chill out. Just chill. – Just chill out.
– Let’s go. Let’s go. Let’s go.
– This cameras is rolling. Rolling rolling.
Rolling. Grab that bag. [alarm] [bleep] Tower! [bang] [alarm] Watch out. Make room. Watch out. Make room. Yeah. [bleep] What the [bleep]? You’re gonna
keep getting your– Get him up.
Take him. Take him– Take him to medical. Everybody step back. I’m going to the hospital! Take him to medical. [bleep] Take him down. Take him down! Take him down. Take him down! Chill out, dude. Chill out. You’ve been warned. [coughing] OFFICER: Hey, can
you go up front? We’ve got guys messing
around up front. Master Control, send
the A-team responders, 10-32, 10-32, housing unit 4. Hey! Get down! So Master Control, there’s
a weapon in one of the 15-10s. Sergeant Sutton he’s got his
chemicals ready to deploy. Master Control, be advised
we have a 15 that is bleeding. Negative, sir. I’m getting up on the hatch now. [gun cocking] Put the weapon down! Put the weapon down! Throw the weapon–
hey, get back! Get back! Valencia, I swear
I’ll shoot you. Valencia, get against the fence. [bleep] OFFICER: Is he putting
the weapon down? Put it down! Throw that weapon here. There we go. Put the [bleep] weapon down! If he [bleep] moves,
you shoot his ass. OFFICER: 10-4. Yeah, he don’t go with
me, I’m not [bleep].. Get them inmates out of there! Get them out of there! OFFICER: Let’s go. ARIEL MONTOYA: Inmates
in the yard now, I was told about an anonymous note
that was found in their unit warning about a fight. So I need to keep my
eyes open for warning signs, body language, anything. OFFICER (ON RADIO): When
the tower is rocking, don’t come a-knocking. Yeah. Oh! RADIO: Control, we have a– [yelling] [radio chatter] [explosion] OFFICER: Let’s go! Come on! [music playing] Stand by, we have
one on the way. It was pretty crazy to see
how fast they got there and how quickly they had
everything controlled. Before the riot, they
didn’t have procedures like this to stop the action. That’s why they weren’t able
to contain it when it started. If we didn’t learn
from our mistakes, I don’t know what would
have happened today. OFFICER: She just told
you about– hey, I’m– I’m talking to you. You can talk after. I told you last time. So we’ll think about it. No, you’re not going
to go to the yard. Especially when you’re
being threatening, you’re not going to. I’m not going to
jeopardize anybody’s safety because of you. So your call. Well then, that
doesn’t matter to us. We’ll let you know
when we’re done with you. Do you understand that? You don’t run– we
tell you what to do. You don’t tell us what to do. INMATE: I ain’t– OFFICER: Hey, don’t
be turning to me, man. Run it through here. I told you to stop right now. Do you understand? Stop. Right now. Get those leg irons on. You guys have him? Yeah. Stay where you are. You understand me right now? Do not– no sudden movements. Don’t turn towards any officers,
and follow every direction. Do you understand? Do you understand? [whispering] Out the door. OFFICER: So this particular
morning two weeks ago, this inmate,
Joshua Martinez, he is one of our more
dangerous inmates here. We were nearly to his
cell door when I just saw something flying down at me. [music playing] Put my hands up so
I can straighten– I can straighten out– [shouting] OFFICER: I didn’t
have time to panic. You know, it happened so fast. If those two officers weren’t
there and it was just me, I probably could
have sustained more injuries than– than I did. After the first responders
came and I was able to get up, then I kind of was like, wow,
something is wrong with my arm. I sustained a
partial tear to my– my the left side of my chest. [music playing] INMATE: A rookie will come in. He’ll be kind of timid, he
might be a little fidgety. Sometimes they have
a little shaky voice. So you can shake them with loud. What are you doing? Get out of here! And they back up. Yeah, you can shake them. You’re supposed to test
them, see where they’re at. Gotta teach them
like we get taught. These guys are being annoying. Inmates are not allowed
to enter your control because we do have
stuff in there that they can’t get a hold of. Like, the paperwork on there is
kind of sensitive information– because those are
state documents. [music playing] OK. Oh– This one? Or this one? Got one there. – All right?
– Yeah. All right? Mhm. We’re helping you out. [laughter] You did a good job. FABIAN ABEYTA: In my control
room, a group of inmates just started going
through my paperwork. And I really didn’t
know how to react. I started to panic. Luckily, they didn’t get
into anything dangerous. OFFICER (VOICEOVER): If
you’re a control officer, you have to be on
your toes 24/7. If you’re not doing
your job, guess what? You’re going to get fired.