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Wednesday | October 10, 2012
Tasers in the Jail?>>what's your opinion?
From Chicken Legs to Thunder Thighs...and Everything In BetweenBy Bryan Avila, TDCJ Correctional Training Instructor - Sergeant of Correctional Officers
Hey, all of our bodies are different. Some of us work on them and some of us don't. We can tell the difference just by looking at our bodies (and those of the person next to us). We discriminate against our bodies and compare them amongst ourselves, even if we don't say anything (but boy, we sure do think it!)
There are things that do not discriminate no matter what you do. No matter what you look like, it will treat you just the same. Race plays no part in its decision. Culture plays no part in its decision. Gender plays no part in its decision. Neither sexual orientation, religion nor age plays a part in its decision. One of these non-discriminatory things is a bullet. full story
Also this week:
Human Resources - Administrator Staff Services - Montana DOC
This position manages and coordinates staff services and activities, including criminal and administrative investigation, legal, professional development & training, human resource services, and tribal relations for the Department of Corrections (DOC). This position designs, integrates, and establishes a central direction for diverse and essential services to achieve agency goals and support the operations of the entire agency. The successful candidate will have experience in supervision. leadership and management as well as budget management, staff development, and personnel and labor relations. Experience in the legislative process, legal issues, policy development and emergency preparedness are also desired. Direct experience working with tribal relations or Native American culture is advantageous...full job posting
quote of the week
"The heights which great men reached and kept, Were not attained by sudden flight, They, whilst their companions slept, Were toiling upwards in the night."