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Mick:
The main thing to remember Vasilisa is be the professional you are being trained to be. Firm but Fair is the mantra. Don’t try be a hard [one] but don’t take any [lip] either. Most inmates have seen Officers of every kind come and go and they will tell you themselves that only one’s they respected were the ones that behaved in a professional manner towards them.... full thread

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Alice Domann
I have been asked how I have managed to maintain all these years in a male institution with such apparent ease. My answer has always been that I was old enough when I started out to know who I was and nobody was going to shake that. So, it occurred to me that maybe there’s a key in that. Know who you are, how you want to be known, what you want and how you are going to get it. Maybe that’s the start of an “outline” or a “path.” ... full story

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Supervises all new officers, JCOI’s during their initial six month probationary period. Manages the JCO’s assigned to respective shift. Works in concert with Administrative Captain to ensure appropriate staffing levels of JCOI’s are maintained and staffed with trained officers. Meets with JCOI’s to establish priority outcomes. Manages and supervises the Field Training Officer, FTO, program; assigns duties and responsibilities to FTO sergeants in relation to program implementation....

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