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detention officer

  • Operate and maintain multiple pieces of equipment
  • Train to work as a part of a large team to accomplish an ever changing set of goals
  • Use past experiences and judgements to make decisions regarding the security of the facility
  • Use computer programs such as Microsoft Word and Excel, Spillman(facility data management), and E-mail
  • A large portion of my work day is spent keeping files up to date and organizing, scanning, and attaching documents
  • Supervize a wide variety of people from multiple cultural, religious, and ethnic backgrounds, providing equal and fair treatment to all
  • Developed language skills involving de-escalation tactics
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detention officer

  • Enter and maintain computer files and legal documents.
  • Review property deeds, tax paperwork, and mortgages for bonds.
  • Take out warrants on inmates for violations of state laws. 
  • Notarize legal paperwork.
  • Train and help new hires.
  • Receive new training yearly
  • Inspect cells.
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detention officer

  • Uphold the rules and regulations of the state for the county jail
  • Worked the security at the front desk, assisted visitors, handled the metal detector and monitored civilians entering the facility. 
  • Stressful and constantly changing work environment including people, assigned duty station, policy updates, and day to day goals and activities
  • Make reports.
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detention officer

  • To Serve the Sheriff as needed 
  • To apply safety and security of pre-trial detainees of the facility 
  • In and out processing of individuals entering the facility
  • Classifying and Officer Discretion of inmates of the facility
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detention officer

  • Knowledge of the security, rules, regulations and procedures of the institution; some knowledge of the practices of modern penology as related to the supervision and care of persons under institutionalized restraint; ability to enforce institutional rules firmly and fairly; ability to detect potential behavior problems of inmates. Ability to carry out oral and written directions accurately; ability to supervise the activities of large groups of inmates. 
  • Inspect food.
  • Distribute Legal Mail
  • Intake and log money.