Internal Training and Education>>what's your opinion?
I can’t speak for juvinille corrections but in the adult system here inmates are indeed “wards” of the state. Now an adult inmate who is found able to make his own decisions can refuse medical treatment and sign a form stating they willingly did so. This does not apply where life saving action is needed. ...
Incident Command System/Incident Management System Part IIIBy Fred Lovell, currently a shift Lieutenant for The Texas Department of Criminal Justice at the John B Connally Jr Unit in Kennedy Texas
I apologize for my tardiness in writing this next article.
To recap we have discussed activation of the incident command / Incident Management Systemand the transference of command in part I and part II. Now let's talk about the different positions that are crucial to the ICS / IMS running smoothly.the person initiating ICS / IMS is your incident commander. They're responsible for evaluating the situation deciding what resources are needed and ensuring that the five tactical priorities of ICS / IMS are followed and completed.
Also this week:
- October – Health & Wellness – Coverage of current health & wellness issues and programs [Please send your articles/stories to email@example.com]
Superintendent B – Twin Rivers Unit (Monroe Correctional Complex)
The Department of Corrections has an opportunity for a dynamic leader and experienced correctional administrator to join a team of 14 facility superintendents statewide in one of the most highly regarded correctional agencies in the country. As the Superintendent of the Twin Rivers Unit, a medium security correctional facility within the Monroe Correctional Complex, you will oversee the management, programming and housing of up to 836 male offenders.
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quote of the week
"Freedom to be your best is nothing unless you're willing to do your best. "
- Colin Powell