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Mentally Ill Inmates

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jamestown0509:
I really wonder if it would be possible to find out how many inmates have a brain injury in a facility. Unless the inmate told an officer that he/she had such an injury you wouldn’t know because of the HIPPA laws. Even while I was watching the twice-a-week doctor call with inmates I certainly never would repeat any information I heard the inmate say or the doctor because of the HIPPA law and the doctor/patient confidentiality... full thread

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Cases and Legal Issues in Corrections

Terry Campbell
In this month’s issue we will look at ongoing legal issues in corrections. Some key areas I will discuss are: Training, 1983 Litigation, Prisoner Litigation Reform Act (PLRA), and Prisoner’s Rights. Each of these areas is a separate topic. However, I will provide some personal views and an overview for each area. Our officer training incorporates a variety of legal issues for us to consider. However, is this enough?.. full story

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RECORDS CLERK - DETENTION

Employee will be responsible for the handling and maintaining of inmate records while ensuring strict confidentiality, primarily in the booking area to assure proper processing, classification, and release of inmates from the ECDC, criminal complaints, warrants, medical, and arrest sheets, etc. This process includes all data entry that is essential for the proper care and incarceration of inmates...

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