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Should HIV testing be mandatory at intake?

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Should HIV testing be mandatory at intake, or should inmates have an “opt-out” option?.. full thread

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Where We Have Been and Where We Need To Go: A Correctional Health Care Expert’s View

Barbara Granner
“Correctional health equals public health. And that is more true now than ever before.” That message was delivered by Rear Adm. Newton E. Kendig, MD, recently retired federal Bureau of Prisons medical director, assistant surgeon general and one of the nation’s foremost experts on correctional health, in his keynote address to the National Commission on Correctional Health Care’s national conference in October... full story

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Employee functions as a Transportation Sergeant and as an Operations Sergeant. Coordinates and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies and judiciary agencies. Maintains good personnel relations, safety practices, discipline, and consults with superior on matters affecting the work of the department and detects and reports any unusual conditions, making effective recommendations and taking action on approved matters. Promotes and coordinates with subordinates for the enhancement of the department image in the public sector, and for more effective work. Employee must perform all duties with minimal supervision...

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