Tell It Like It Is
5 Signs you’re a Bad Corrections Employeeby Tracy E. Barnhart
Here are five signs that you might be the one pushing your coworkers to the limits of their sanity and you may be the problem inside your institutions: ... full story
Deadly Force Use
Gunfighter: Has there ever been a time in your correctional careers where looking back on the situation and thinking about it, you should have used deadly force to resolve the attack or incident on an inmate but did not?
Ten Things Wise Veterans Do Rightby Joe Bouchard & Caterina Spinaris Tudor
Veteran staff have many helpful, even life-saving tips to share with other staff and newbies. They have earned their wisdom from experience over the years, usually the hard way.
Here is a list of attitudes and actions of seasoned corrections staff which help them remain safe on the job and successful in their careers.
- Destination Intimidation part 1: Is it aggression or assertion?
- Can Omega-3 Fats Play a Role in Reducing Anti-Social Behavior
- Prison Litigation and What It Means To You as a Corrections Professional
- December: Charity/Volunteerism
Juvenile Probation Officer
Supervises a assigned caseload of juvenile or adult probationers... full job posting
- The Access to Entertainment™ MP3 Program by Access Corrections™ Reaches 500,000 Song Do...
- King County renews multi-year contract with BI for offender monitoring systems
- Apprehender Cuffing Restraint Device revolutionizes cuffing procedures to Chief’s and ...
- Digital Solutions / Inmate Telephone, Inc. Donates Proceeds of Charity Golf Outing.
- BI Incorporated achieves ISO 9001: 2008 Certification for high quality standards
- Inmate Telephone Provider Bankruptcy Provides Both Challenge and Opportunity.
quote of the week
"Inspiration usually comes during work, rather than before it.
- Madeleine L'Engle