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This week! National CyberCrime expert launches eye-opening cyber-crime blog on Corrections.com!

25-year veteran Art Bowker talks openly about cyber-supervision and cyber-offenders (i.e, sex offenders, fraudsters and cyberstalkers). Learn how they penetrate computers, cell phones, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), gaming devices and other devices not yet invented. Art talks openly about trends, sentencing/punishment, cyber-risks and more....don't miss it!



OTJT or training prior to working

Sarge276: I can definitely see the benefits of OJT.
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Prison Civility - Part II

By Kevin E. Bedore, Canadian Federal Correctional Officer, Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Day in and day out the correctional officer keeps coming back regardless of the boredom and terror he or she faces on every shift. Why do they do it? Well, it’s just what warriors do. The thought of everyday folk going in harm’s way is seldom something they think about or should I say care to think about.
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  • December – Ethics and Heroes – Coverage of Ethics issues and stories of heroes in corrections [Please send your articles/stories to editor@corrections.com]

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Juvenile Detention Officer II - Texas – Dallas County

The incumbent will provide direct supervision to youths in a 24-hour detention facility to ensure the health, safety and welfare of each youth is in compliance with departmental policies and procedures and all applicable standards.

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