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A Correctional Sense of Humor

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shakeyjake:
It’s both, the lack of exposure & something deeper Campi, I’ve been carrying a badge since 1981 ( I not saying that to prove I’m…..never mind) lets just say, “I’ve been around awhile:)”. Even back then we had a dry sense of humor, one that only we could relate to. It all goes with the fact that we see things that the average person don’t or let’s say shouldn’t have to see... full thread

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Resilience after an Assault

Carl ToersBijns
Coming back to work from a particular physical or sexual attack / assault by an inmate(s) is usually expressively different than those feelings you had before the attack occurred. It is important that we recognize there are significant adjustments that need to be made in order to avoid being emotionally upset or counterproductive in your job duties or tasks assigned... .. full story

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The incumbent is responsible for researching, analyzing, and implementing continuous quality improvement initiatives, to include coaching, developing, and implementing evidence based/informed practices. The Quality Assurance and Implementation Analyst is primarily responsible for leadership and consultation of the ongoing integrity of client programs and services provided by the assigned department and/or division. This position designs the training and coaching, for the selected client programs and/or services, and serves as a facilitator for implementing evidence based treatment and client supervision services...

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