StoneCold: What are the best things you like about the job and the worst? Are there any other jobs in the prison like automotive teachers for example? What are some jobs to try to promote to that are rewarding if any?
What To Do If You Get Sick: 2009 H1N1 and Seasonal Fluby Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
If you get sick with flu-like symptoms this flu season, you should stay home and avoid contact with other people except to get medical care. Most people with 2009 H1N1 have had mild illness and have not needed medical care or antiviral drugs and the same is true of seasonal flu.
However, some people are more likely to get flu complications and they should talk to a health care provider about whether they need to be examined if they get flu symptoms this season. They are:
- Assigning Infection Risk Levels in Correctional Facilities
- Officers Outnumbered, Inmates Unpredictable
- Preparing for Flu Season
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- Juvenile Probabtion Officer Training
Nov 29 - Dec 04, 2009
Juvenile Probation Officer Basic is a forty (40) hour workshop for the new probation officer (1 day to 1 year). Participants will experience simulations, role plays, and group practices.
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