Interview with Corrections Officer T Listen to interview here: Officer T’s Story Looking at this picture it would be difficult for most people to determine if he’s a Corrections Officer or a Convict? Well Officer T is a Corrections Officer and has been gracious enough to share insights into how he interacts with inmates and families in the prisons and jails that he’s worked in. He’s been in the law enforcement field for over 12 […]Read More
My Background as a Correctional Officer I was a former female correctional officer for the state of California several years ago and worked in a level 3 and 4 male prisons throughout my six-year career. A level 3 prison is designated for the less violent offenders and level 4 prisons are designated for the most violent offenders who have life without the possibility of parole. I took the Sergeant’s exam for the state of California where I scored […]Read More
Yard Time Described by an Correctional Officer As a correctional officer I’d like to share information about the time your loved one in prison typically has outside in the yard. Level 2 and 3 inmates receive several hours a day of yard time if they don’t have a job or have to be in school. Although inmates enjoy getting out of their 9’X 6’ foot cells, it can be very dangerous and troublesome going on […]Read More
Rights and Privileges Inmates Have (and Lose) As a past correctional officer in California I thought it would be important for people to know about some of the rights and privileges their loved one have and lose when incarcerated. When someone is incarcerated, they will give up many of their freedoms that they enjoyed before going to prison such as: Using the restroom in private Being able to eat when you want to Being able to have the right to […]Read More
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