Army Medic turned Correctional Officer>>what's your opinion?
Truth be told not all your coworkers will be capable individuals in the physical game. Yet some that appear out of shape and not much help may just surprize you, and others may have different skill sets that are useful. ...
Survey of Cyber-risk Management Practices in Community Corrections By Art Bowker, Cybercrime Specialist
Recently I wondered how things have changed since I started writing these articles. In my 2007 piece I concluded by noting:
"It is clear that technology has benefited society in so many ways. It is equally clear that offenders have found ways to use technology to the detriment of society.
Also this week:
- January – Innovation – People/ideas that move corrections forward [Please send your articles/stories to email@example.com]
Deputy Sheriff in Corrections. Candidates may only test to be considered for employment with the Franklin County Sheriff's Office once per calendar year. Candidates who applied to the Franklin County Sheriff's Office for Deputy Sheriff in 2013 will not be considered until they test in 2014.. ....
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- Jan 31-Feb 5, 2014 – 2014 American Correctional Association- Winter Conference- Tampa, Florida
- Feb 21-23, 2014 – Southern States Correctional Association Mid Winter Training Conference- Savannah, Georgia
- Apr 5-8, 2014 – Spring Conference on Correctional Health Care- Atlanta, GA
- Apr 10-12, 2014 – 2014 Mental Health in Corrections Conference- Springfield, MO
- Apr 23-26, 2014 – NAAWS 2014 Training Conference- Memphis, TN
- Apr 27-30, 2014 – American Jail Association’s 33rd Annual Training Conference & Jail Expo- Dallas, TX
- Jun 11-14, 2014 – 2014 MASCA 76th Annual Conference - Washington, D.C.
- Jul 18-19, 2014 – Correctional Health Care Leadership Institutes - Denver, CO
- Jul 20-21, 2014 – Correctional Mental Health Care Conference - Denver, CO
- Oct 18-22, 2014 – National Conference on Correctional Health Care - Las Vegas, NV
quote of the week
The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.
–Ralph Waldo Emerson