Correction officers guide to understanding inmates

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correction officers guide to understanding inmates

Correction Officers Guide to Understanding Inmates by Larone Koonce

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Correction Officer's Guide to Understanding Inmates

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Welcome to Correctional Officer Training Headquarters! We offer all the information you need to start out on your quest in becoming a corrections officer. Specific hiring requirements for all States, detailed step-by-step information, and access to potential employment opportunities to assist you get hired today! The below book list include some great books, both true stories, fiction, and fact based resource guides that anyone starting out as a correctional officer should own to offer you a new and different perspective on the various things that you may encounter and what others in the past have lived through as a corrections officer. So if you have some free time and want to spend it with some good reading material, then check out some the great books listed below.

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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Larone Koonce is a retired New York City Correction Officer with nearly 20 years of experience supervising New York's most.
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Available on Kindle. The correctional officer has the responsibility to safely confine criminal offenders, and, by doing so, properly keeps the public safe. This book is meant to give the reader, whether a student or a trainee, a clear, realistic understanding of what correctional officers do—from patrolling cellblocks, preventing escapes and handling security issues to dealing with various types of offenders and their behaviors. Written by a retired jail officer and adjunct professor with over 27 years of experience in confinement, classification, community corrections, correctional officer training and corrections policy development, this updated edition discusses the following topics:. The Correctional Officer is realistically written, features a glossary of commonly used corrections terms and has been updated in detail.

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  1. Larone Koonce is a retired New York City Correction Officer with nearly 20 years of experience supervising New York's most notorious inmates. If you are a.

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