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Currently working at the state prison. Boy oh boy do I have fun. We have complete control over these maggots and it is a role model for other jails. We have had 0 escapes from our prison.
 
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I had a friend who was a C O at Reidsville (GA) State Prison, the "Big House" They had a lot of lifers that were rapist/murderers.
He referred to them as "catchers." When he saw the puzzled look on my face he said- you're either a pitcher or a catcher. :eek: Brings a whole new dimension to "doing hard time." :twisted: :twisted:
 

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I worked in a juvenile prison when I was 19 - after that, I had enough.

I work as a probation officer now.

Anyway - welcome to the site!
 

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I did four yrs in the NM Corrections Department...as an employee, no less! This was right after the infamous riot at Santa Fe in 1982. A year at the pen and the rest as a Probation/Parole Officer.

That was quite enough for this boy!
 

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I imagine a role in one of our prisions would give you a whole new perspective on life on the outside!
 

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You guys have a hard job and I give you a lot of credit, but please do the LE community a favor and try not to get involved with as many off duty incidents that CO's often do.
 
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