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If you had it to do over again

Gunfighter: My question to you all is this; a simple question worthy of your honorable answer. If you knew then what you know now and if you had it all to do over again; would you take the job as a corrections officer?
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Stop the Spread of Infectious Disease

by Dawn Shoemaker and Robert Kravitz

According to Bick, prisons and jails provide an ideal environment for the transmission of contagious diseases. This is due to a variety of factors, some of which are beyond administrators' control. One such factor is the transient status of inmates in many facilities. They are often moved from one location to another, increasing the likelihood of an illness spreading and making it hard to isolate the origin of the outbreak... full story


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Officer will be onboard an air flight and is responsible for the custody of detainee passengers. The security crew will be under direct supervision of the Government Agency Officer and comply with his directions...
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