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Becoming a Corrections Officer


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Female user Kaitlyn 3 posts

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Female user paulcam 1 post

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Male user BlackHat9317 3 posts

My name is Josh, and I am a 19 year old volunteer firefighter and welder. I have been pursueing an interest in Law Enforcement and Corrections for some time now. A spot jut opened up for the County Prison near me, and I met the requirements so I have applied. However I figured it may be good to get some insight on the world of corrections… Is there anything I should know or be sure of before pursuing this path? I am a strong willed and minded person who is decently fit and feel that I will be able to handle the environment with training and becoming used to it with time, however it’s an environment I have never been in before…

Just looking for some advice, pointers, or anything I should know… feel free to ask me questions, and any comments are greatly appreciated!

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