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A day in the life of a Rikers Island CO–
Officer Graham works in Rikers' Punitive Segregation Unit, more commonly known as solitary confinement.
Why COs need successful mentoring relationships–
In this video, Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, discusses with Brian Willis how to build successful mentor relationships in correctional facilities.
Why cultural diversity training matters for COs–
In this video, Joe Willis highlights the importance of cultural diversity training for law enforcement officers. The main purpose of training is to instill a sense of community no matter where you are. Throughout his trainings, he is sure to develop the program based off of the neighborhoods through personal communication and relationship building. Although each training session is unique, each circuit defines “implicit bias”, promotes the courage to implement these practices, as well as generate a total buy-in from top to bottom.
How COs can have longer careers–
Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, and Matt Stiehm discuss how to enable COs to have longer law enforcement careers and offer suggestions any officer can use to fully engage and integrate into their organizations.
How COs can get involved in their community outside work–
Retired Lt. David Crisler Jr. (Marion County Sheriff's Office) describes ways for deputies and corrections officers to reach out beyond their workplace. Community events can help stimulate support and help others to see officers beyond their uniform.
New NM correctional officers reflect on the job–
The rookie COs reflect on the necessitiy of showing fairness, firmness, and consistency in their jobs, and look forward to the future, in this web exclusive from "Breaking Point."
Wis. DOC training academy shows reality of the job–
Wisconsin Department of Corrections Pre-Service Academy and continual training program.
Can you meet the challenge? TDCJ recruitment video–
Courage. Commitment. Perseverance. Integrity. Can you meet the challenge? Learn how to become a professional correctional officer at the TDCJ.
MDOC's 8 career paths for correctional officers–
This recruitment video shows the career options for correctional officers with the Maine Department of Corrections.
The duties of a correctional officer, explained–
A former Virginia state correctional officer explains what is expected of a correctional officer.
LVMPD Corrections Recruitment Video–
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Recruitment Team presents our Corrections Officer Recruitment Video. See the dedicated men and women of the Clark County Detention Center in action as they complete academy training in Use of Force, Post Observation, Physical Fitness, and Inspection. Also featured is the CCDC SERT Team. For more information on a career as a Corrections Officer with the LVMPD, visit WWW.PROTECTTHECITY.COM and contact your recruiter.
Tips on getting hired as a corrections officer–
A video filled with job seeking recommendations and remedies for successful job hunting as a correctional officer. Several issues and possible remedies to make your hiring process more successful and satisfying.
Just the Job: So you want to be a CO?–
Hirini is slightly nervous as he arrives at the Spring Hill Corrections Facility to meet corrections officer Hine. It is definitely an intimidating experience to enter a prison but once inside, he relaxes and starts to learn from Hine what her job is all about.
Prepping for prison: What it takes to become a correctional officer–
Their workplace: prison. Their job: keeping criminals locked up. 9OYS takes you inside a world few have seen before.
Are prison jobs too dangerous for the pay?– 1
How much money would it take for you to work at a prison where four people have died since December?
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