Learn what to expect from a career in corrections as you navigate the path and complete the critical steps along the way.
Two Delaware Department of Corrections and Parole Officers visited the students to explain training requirements and career opportunities
Lieutenant (Ret.) Gary Cornelius discusses steps you can take to maintain officer morale while providing quality supervision of inmates and enhancing the careers of staff.
“It’s a people job. If you enjoy people, those inmates are people all day long. If you treat them fairly and with respect, you get respect”
After your initial training, it can seem like you are not seeing or learning nearly as much
While serving as a Marine in Japan, Jose Villegas saw news about the deadly riot at the New Mexico State Penitentiary and decided to become a corrections officer
If you work in an agency that offers career development opportunities, certain behaviors will deter your progression
Here are more tips on how to survive the interview
COs must balance helping inmates with maintaining a secure correctional facility – follow these top tips to improve your safety
If you look at retirement like a standard four-sided foundation, it features four cornerstones: activity, financial, physical and emotional
A pension might be padding for a comfortable retirement, but is it all you need?
The department manages an in-house population of more than 25,000 inmates
While experienced criminal justice professionals have dealt with administrative transitions, some newer practitioners may feel a bit anxious about their career future
Self-development is a continuous process and you have to be on the edge or outside of your comfort zone in order to grow
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