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Safety of juvenile correction officers and support staff

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JuvcorrecSco:
In our facility we are allowd to utilize mechanical restraint (Hand cuffs and leg irons) but only so after we have utilized and exhausted all other methods that are listed in our policy and procedure manual with regards to a acting out or assaultive and or self abusive juvenile resident, as they are called in our facility. .... full thread

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A Day in the Life of a Warden

Timothy Jason Cronin
As Correctional Professionals we are often asked the same question from our network of family and friends; "what's your job like?” The general public seems fascinated by our occupation and work environment. Much of this curiosity is spawned from media coverage and Hollywood's romanticizing of a very serious and dangerous occupational choice. ... full story

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