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Is it really as negative as it sounds?

>>what's your opinion?

When you are retired or leave corrections then you are safe from the inquiry of the department so you can say what you want to without worrying about a severe reprimand. Problems exist if you make comments which bring the department into a bad light (especially in the press) because they will come after you administratively with vengeance. Generalized comments on these forms for those employed are fine and we sure encourage all of you to comment and make suggestions... full thread


Bexar County Promotes First Woman Detention Captain

Rosanne Hughes
For the first time ever, the Detention Division of the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office in San Antonio, Texas, has promoted a woman to the rank of captain. She is also the first Hispanic woman to be promoted to this rank in the agency’s history... full story

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  • January – Minority Issues – Challenges of managing minority populations, challenges minority practitioners face editor@corrections.com]

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The Department of Corrections is seeking highly motivated and qualified individuals for the position of on-call FEMALE Correctional Officer 1 at Washington Corrections Center for Women in Gig Harbor, WA. Please note: Female gender is a Bona Fide Occupational Qualification (BFOQ) for certain positions at these facilities of female offenders. These are on-call/intermittent positions with no minimum hour guarantee...

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