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Many Probation Agencies are still using paper monthly reports for the offender reporting. The future is web based technology. Agree?...
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Corrections continues to face many challenges in 2018. The following are those I found most important in my opinion; staffing and turn over, technology needs, over-crowding, lack of resources, recidivism, release along with supervision and programming needs, revocation along with technical violations and new offense, managing high-risk and low-risk offenders, who goes to prison, communication and non-English speaking offenders, politics, priorities and justifications, many innovative ideas and practices, long term results, safety and security concerns, litigation concerns, and other. As you can see the list can go on and on and I am sure you have some additional items to include. Each topic alone is an article in itself. This is the reason I have only selected a few to discuss...
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Supervises the conduct of inmates in living areas, during meals and bathing, at recreation, in various testing procedures, and on work and other assignments. Patrols grounds, living areas, perimeter security walls, fences, and buildings. Coordinates and oversees the work of inmates assigned to mechanical, industrial, maintenance, and other operations. Takes periodic counts of inmates. Examines incoming and outgoing mail. Conducts work within established laws, rules, and regulations. Daily interacts with inmates. Receives and accepts inmates in to the facility. Inventory, log and store inmates’ personal items...
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