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Senior Community Corrections Officer 006717 Level 5, PSGOGA, $78,782 - $87,070 pa This is a permanent full time opportunity. Adult Community Corrections is responsible for the assessment and management of all adult offenders under supervsion in ......
Leading Community Corrections Officers (LCCOs) monitor and supervise complex and high profile offenders who have been sentenced by the Courts to serve community based orders or have been released from prison on parole by the Adult Parole Board. ......
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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
Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
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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