Who is running this place?>>what's your opinion?
Just look at PREA and the mess it is, especially when they first incorporated it. I remember them putting in all these alarms and telling all females( I work at an all male prison) that not only do they have to announce their arrival in a pod(idiotic in and of itself), they also had to sound the alarm. Basically, it turned out to be a jack alert, and after writing more jack tickets than anyone cold imagine, they finally did away with them. We had warned them from the beginning, the CO’s that is, about this very thing, but no one listened. Same can be said about us shaking down inmates, once PREA was initiated, all of us CO’s were hit with PREA infractions from the I/M’s that wasted a lot of time and resources...
Gary F. Cornelius
Tales From the Local Jail: The Inmate's Best Friend
Just who is the inmate’s best friend? Is it a concerned counselor? No. Is it his or her cellmate? No. Believe it or not-in my view-it is the complacent correctional officer (CO) or civilian staff member. As a jail veteran-I have my reasons for this opinion, and I will discuss this problem...
Also this week:
- March – Food and Agriculture – Coverage of food service issues and agriculture in corrections email@example.com]
Receives and directs incoming emergency and complaint calls, answers hot lines, provides general information and other County numbers to callers, relays instructions to parties, refers difficult calls to the Supervisor for action and directs calls to proper authority. Monitors logged calls on the CAD system and dispatches appropriate routine and emergency support, as necessary. Monitors Patrol, Warrant Execution, Bailiff, Detention, Constable, Building Security, Fire Marshall, Medical Examiner and Public Works radio frequencies, logs calls, provides various information and support and dispatches help and back-up, when required...
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quote of the week
"Real happiness is cheap enough, yet how dearly we pay for its counterfeit."
– Hosea Ballou