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The biggest mistake I made as a #Correctionalofficer at #CoastalStatePrison ...

Didn't pass the boot camp in house class room book training! Needed a 70% I keep scoring 69.03. I was so disappointed with myself! But the experience have given me 7 months added to my resume experiences

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My advice to people interested in working at #INDIANCREEK as a #Correctionalofficer ...

Not for everybody, been in it 30 years, stressful, lots of fights, Always be ready, if it goes down

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Laila Nashat
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What qualities should someone have to be a good fit as a correctional officer in your opinion Raleigh Lawrence ?

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I have a Job!

I have been so busy with training for this position which I've received in August an still to this day still training, It's the old career I had. I'm a Correctional officer, State employee, I'm happy...

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Put effort, love, compassion and integrity bc after all you are doing unto God's glory. Remsin encouraged in Jesus's name. Proud of you @Jacqueline Coefield

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I had a question for a correctional officer. I come from the 53206 area code in the United States. I have and always have stood up for right and wrong. Every year I see babies thrown away to leran a lesson that may not ever learn. It really takes positive energy to remove this dark cloud I speak for the black race. But I personally genuinely love any and every race on this planet, I want to see us all rise together as human kind, I don't think there anyone saying hi or helping someone they don't know and not knowing that person. I want to teach some Trades to our youth. We're would I start. Happy New year

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The biggest mistake I made as a #CorrectionalOfficer at #NewYorkDepartmentofCorrections ...

Biggest mistake for me was applying and taking the job. Working in that environment was taxing spiritually, emotionally, and physically..

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The biggest mistake I made as a #Correctionalofficer at #Bledsoecorrectionalcomplex ...

Applying up there could never advance not good enough salary

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My advice to people interested in working at #AlabamaDepartmentofCorrections as a #CorrectionalOfficer ...

I would say that working as a CO, was exciting. Each day was different. You never knew what to expect. That's why you have to have you guards up at all time. Take nothing for granted when interacting with inmates and staff. Keep your personal life just that, personal. Otherwise, don't get upset when your business is out. DO NOT DATE WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT (STAFF NOR INMATE) If you are employed as an officer, be serious about what you are doing. Read and comprehend your rules and regulation, treat everybody (including inmates) with respect. Believe me, that will go a looooong way . Be firm but fair with inmates. You can't be mean and dirty, that gets you nowhere fast. Young people, please listen to your veteran staff. You can learn a lot. But you got to listen. Not all staff members are positive, pair yourself with someone that's about their job and do what you are there for. You will be fine. There's lots of drugs and cell phones behind those prison walls. Don't get caught up. Be careful, be safe.

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