Is it really as negative as it sounds?>>what's your opinion?
By ALL means, find a hobby or something completely unrelated to corrections to occupy your free time. Reading, fishing, golf, walking, etc… anything that seperates you the person from you the officer. Destressing after work is just as important as having the right mindset at the beginning of shift. If you have a family of your own then make time to spend with them as yourself, not as an officer. Family and friends are the best support system around but always remember they are there to help you not to hurt you. It’s easy to bring the stress home and that just wrecks havoc on your personal life. I know from experience So long as you can find the best way for you to keep the mental grind of the job from wearing you out.
Criminal Justice Scholars: Women Advancing to Head of The ClassroomBy A. Allen-Jones, MPA - PHD Candiate in Organizational Leadership
Long gone are the days when women were seen as doing nothing more than attempting to overshadow male roles or thought of as seeking “personal options” in their choice to enter the criminal justice field. Traditionally a male dominated field, criminal justice has since become a field that continues to see women advance toward high-level administrative roles, within correction, law enforcement, and increasing, education. For years, women have gained recognition within the criminal justice field, now there is growth among women transcending from the frontline to the classrooms. For the criminal justice system, the way to “improvement of service” could be by recruiting more professionally experienced female educators.
For years, Higher Education had difficulty recognizing women into the criminal justice scholarly ranks.
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- Spectrum Health Systems Sponsors and Presents at Conference Addressing Substance Abuse on College Campuses
- NaphCare, Inc., proudly announces first partnership in the state of Virginia with Hampton Roads Regional Jail in Portsmouth, VA.
- Toler House Successfully Renews Federal Bureau of Prisons Reentry Center Contract
- NaphCare, Inc., awarded new TechCareTM contract with Maricopa County (AZ)
- NaphCare, Inc., announces new contract with Suffolk County (MA) Sheriff’s Department
- Spectrum Health Systems Appoints New Members to Board of Trustees
- Spectrum Hires Exec. VP of Correctional Services and Announces Promotion to Chief Clinical Officer
- Renowned Criminal Justice and Substance Abuse Researcher Joins Spectrum Health Systems
- Tuolumne County Selects BI Incorporated to Open Day Reporting Program for Adult Probationers
- NaphCare Inc., to continue partnership with North Carolina Department of Corrections
- NaphCare, Inc., announces new agreement with Worcester County, Massachusetts
quote of the week
"Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle."
- Abraham Lincoln