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irish assassin:
Being a non DRC employee the best thing to do would to be let the security staff handle it. We “ask” inmates to do certain tasks but once blatant disrespect is shown then there is no more “asking”. It then turns to orders and if not followed have unfavorable outcomes. Your being contracted to do a specialized job, so look at ours the same way. Yours is doing information gathering audits and ours is safety and security... full thread

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International Corrections

Terry Campbell
The March topic is ‘International Corrections.’ We are familiar with corrections here in the United States and understand the many legal issues and concepts that contributed to our current system. Yet, how familiar are we with corrections at the international level? While conducting some research I came across three particular areas of interest. I will discuss each of these areas by providing an overview, as well as some views and perspectives... full story

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  • March – International – Highlighting corrections systems and personnel worldwide editor@corrections.com]

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Monitor I

The Monitor I, Community Corrections is responsible for the supervision of the facility population including but not limited to: safety, security and facility sanitation. Provides a safe environment for the facility, staff, and residents. Provides exceptional customer service and complies with company policies and procedures...

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