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Protects the public and the inmate population by maintaining the custody, security, and treatment of prisoners in correctional facilities.
Deals with Uncertainty
Maintains the security of the correctional facility and the safety of employees, visitors, and other prisoners by observing prisoner's activities; detecting unusual or prohibited behavior; conducting prisoner counts and transmitting count totals to control officer; conducting searches of prisoners, visitors, employees, mail, packages, cellblocks, and other structures for prohibited items, such as, critical tools, weapons, drugs, or other contraband.
Controls disturbances and assaults on employees or prisoners by responding to calls for assistance from control center; assisting in controlling disturbances; isolating instigators; using appropriate control mechanisms, including firearms.
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