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Mick:
I had a friend join the Job a few years ago. I remember her telling me she was terrified at the thoughts of working on the floor. To see her now you would think she was a 20 yr veteran. She runs her own landing and the inmates jump when she roars... full thread

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Tales from the Local Jail: A Few Thoughts on the ‘Loaf’

Gary F. Cornelius, First Lt. (Retired)
As a retired jail deputy sheriff, I try to keep up with events and developments in the field that was my home for over 27 years. So it was with great interest that I came across a recent article from National Public Radio (NPR) dated January 2, 2014 titled: Food as Punishment: Giving U.S. Inmates ‘The Loaf’ Persists by Eliza Barclay. > ... full story

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Responsible for operating a 200 bed Youth Development Campus that includes a Behavioral Management Unit. Under limited supervision, develop, plan, coordinate comprehensive services including education and appropriate programming needs for juvenile offenders up to 20 years of age... REQUIREMENTS: ...

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