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Inmate entitlement!?!?

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DT Instructor:
Well sadly we are in the times of inmate entitlement and that’s how the game is being played. When “quality of inmate life” is being pushed down your throat and negotiations are the norm there will be a lot of backlash from the corrections side of the house. ... full thread

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Ethics and Heroes

By Terry Campbell, Professor, Kaplan University, School of Public SafetyAZ
Ethics: A simple concept for many, yet so difficult for others. Have you ever thought why so many in corrections struggle with this? This includes all personnel; no one is immune from participating in ethical violations. In our training academies, ethics are discussed and taught to our recruits. Also, ethics training is part of our annual in-service training. ... full story

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Drug Counselor

An employee assigned to this classification is responsible for assessing and counseling clients and families. Work also involves related responsibilities including maintaining client records, evaluation and assessment, individual and group counseling, conducting didactic and educational groups, and meeting with community groups to inform them of treatment programs.... REQUIREMENTS: ...

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