I, Michael Yates, being competent to testify, hereby declare on my personal knowledge as follows:
But no written work has intentionally watched out for the sorts of untrustworthy practices in which jail protects attract, no not as much as two or three ponders have kept an eye on these issues. A champion among the most generally perceived areas of good concern identifies with over the top vocations of force that occur in restorative workplaces. Morris (1988) delineated a commendable depiction of misuse as he depicted the events that made ready to the famous 1980 New Mexico imprison uprising. Morris gave a point by point record of the "goon squads" that were driven by guards and expected to methodicallly maul liable gatherings as a techniques for finishing control. Finally, it was this easygoing control framework that was one of the
For such a long time, hunger still remains a complicated issue in America. Unlike other countries, hunger in America is not just getting enough food, but rather getting the right food and making the right choices. This project is a perfect example of how difficult it is to create a balance and nutritional meal on a tight budget. For starter, individuals who are under this program might have to sacrifice for some of the less nutritional food if they want to stay under the budget, which might results in some long term effects on the individual’s health. Instead of being able to purchase fresh fruits and leaner cuts of meat every day, I was forced to purchase cheap products that are nowhere close to today’s nutritional standards. Now, it wouldn’t
On July 21, 2015 the county of San Diego’s Board of Supervisors held a public meeting to address the concerns of the county of San Diego. During the meeting Board Supervisor Diane Jacob addressed Agenda Item number one, which was concerned with Sheriff’s request for the procurement of food, food preparation supplies and equipment. All districts of San Diego were concerned with this subject. The main reason I chose this Agenda Item was because I work with the department of Health and Human Services and part time contractor with Santee sheriff department. I am currently leading a new program that supports the county’s “Live Well San Diego” initiative. It definitely provided me with a clearer insight on how decision are made on an administrative level and what are the parties that are involved.
Carolyn Tobin Director of Food and Nutrition & Environmental Services at Pennsylvania Hospital has a wide variety of education. She has a degree in Food Service management, Speech Pathology and Audiology and Nutrition. And she doesn’t eat correct. She has been in hospital Nutrition for the past 20 years. Prior to that she worked in food service at universities like Lehigh University and Chestnut Hill collage. She has also spent some of her early career in hotels and casinos. Out of all her jobs working in hospitals she favors the most.
Planning for a correctional agency has been a great opportunity for me to share my opinion over death penalty. I believe that challenges for correctional administration are usually influenced by the development of new correctional philosophies. Preventing death penalty is what I speculate on the next era of correctional philosophy that will develop from the current “get tough” approach. There are certain reason why I believe this changes would need to be made to implement this new philosophy. The death penalty is one of the most controversial issues worldwide. Most people are in favor or against it.
A human service organization that is interesting to me is the Department of Corrections. I chose this group because it relates closely with my major which is criminal justice. In this profession, there are various positions that can provide opportunities to work with those who struggle to obey the law. Some of these positions include admin specialists, program assistants, records analyst, correctional officers, program coordinators, wardens, chaplains, and many more. Here in Maryland, we have the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. DPSCS is one of the largest agencies in Maryland
“January 26, 2013, two employees of Alberta Correctional Services, Ike Inkster and Melvin Melrose were transporting an inmate – Zeb Zuggins – from the Peace River Correctional Centre, to the city of Edmonton.” Zeb was considered a “low risk” inmate, which as a result allowed for him to be approved by the warden to be transported without any restraints as per the governments transfer policy. Once they were almost to Edmonton the traffic had completely stopped due to an accident, Ike, who was driving, jumped out of the van to look ahead, leaving only Melvin with Zeb. Zeb saw this as his chance to escape, he punched Melvin, then jumped out of the van, ran across the median where he was able to stop a car. He the proceeded to unlock, open, and effectively commandeer the vehicle all while the original driver, Helen Happy, remained in the vehicle. Zen drove for a short distance before he decided to get rid of Helen, he did so by punching her, them pushing her into the ditch. “Zeb was apprehended again within a matter of hours, but Helen suffered some major injuries.”
The Bureau of Justice Statistics conducted a survey of prisoners from over 300 parole offices in 40 states with 17,738 prisoners participating and a 61% response rate (Beck & Johnson, 2012). The focus of the survey is sexual victimization during the entire length of the prison term served by each inmate. In all, 9.6 percent of former state prisoners, or 2,096, reported one or more events during their most recent time in prisons, jails or community-treatment facilities. To create national level statistics, the number was weighted and applied to total 49,000 prisoners nationwide or 9.6 percent of all underactive supervision at the middle of the year 2008. Therefore, the unit of analysis is each individual of the incarcerated prison population of the United States.
Defendant Smith has been arrested for possession of enough ecstasy for two hits and has admitted to using alcohol, cocaine, and marijuana in the past. Clearly this indicates that he has a drug problem. However, he has no prior criminal record, has held down a job in construction for the past two years, and has a child for whom he must pay child support. He has fallen behind as of late and may be tied to his drug abuse, for which he has never received counseling or treatment. Give that he has never received treatment, has a job, and a child to support, I would recommend that he be placed into a Drug Court Program.
Another important worker to the Georgia Department of Corrections is its line officers who make a vast percentage of the GDC's workers. A line officer or officer of the line is used mainly by the Georgia Department of Corrections to refer to a U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force Marine or U.S. Coast Guard commissioned officer. These officers role mainly include exercising general command authority, they are also eligible for operational command positions, as opposed to other officers who normally exercise authority within a specialty. The legal authority for the Georgia Department of Corrections comes from the country in which the organization resides as it is a government base organizations. While the legal authority in the organizations travels from
The atmosphere at Winn Correctional Center can be summed up with a single word – unqualified, affecting the prisoners, the rehabilitation process, the staff, and the community. One thing immediately stands out, that is how easy is it to become a prison guard at Winn Correctional Facility. For reporter Shane Buster, having no police or guard background, he began receiving calls a week later for jobs as a prison guard; ending up getting picked up by the nations second largest private prison company, CCA. As stated in part one of “My Four Months as a Private Prison Guard, “Private prisons oversee about 8 percent of America’s prisoners. CCA houses at least 66,000 inmates in more than 60 facilities nationwide.” (Mother Jones. “My Four Months as
On 12/10/2015 at approximately 0035 hours, I checked in with Officer Welch in reference to his vehicle pursuit. Upon my arrival I observed Officer Welch already in the process of detaining Alexander James George. I then proceeded to take custody of Mr. George while Officer Welch accompany Harnett County K9 Officer in tracking the driver who fled on foot.
On Friday, December 2, 2016, I, Officer McDaniel #147, of Mansfield ISD Police Department, located at 1522 N Walnut Creek Dr, Mansfield, TX, was on a campus check at Della Icenhower Intermediate, located at 8100 Webb Ferrell Rd, Arlington, TX. While on a Campus Check, I made contact with Assistant Principal Brooks, Amber, B/F, DOB 8/26/1985.