Cpl. Warren E. Price
Cpl. Warren E. Price became a certified correctional officer with the Orange County Corrections Department in 1991. Between then and 2003, he worked as an Honor Guard Team Leader, a Training Officer, Facility Training Officer, Perimeter Security Team member, Security and Terrorism Task Force Team member, Department Master Correctional Officer and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team member. Also holds dual LEO / CO certifications 1995
In 2004, Price was promoted to the rank of Corporal. In 2006, he was assigned to the Office of Security Intelligence (OSI) / Corrections Anti-Gang Enforcement (CAGE Unit) Gang Intelligence Unit, and in 2007, he became Perimeter Security Team supervisor (Specialty Unit). Cpl. Price has also received a variety of degrees and awards in the field of criminal justice.
Over the coming months, Cpl. Price will be completing a series of podcasts for CorrectionsOne on issues that pertain to the Correctional Peace Warrior and officer safety. He values your feedback and can be reached here.
FULL LIST OF Cpl. Warren E. Price RESULTS
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