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By Williams, Walt CHARLESTON - Saying they need find ways to recruit new people, the directors of the West Virginia's three incarceration systems are asking state lawmakers to study creating a new retirement system for correctional officers.
By Joe Nelson Staff Writer BAKER - Two private correctional officers were hospitalized Friday after a fracas at the correctional facility here triggered by unruly inmates, officials said. About 1 p.m., a correctional officer attempted to handcuff an inmate who was being disruptive.
By Lough, Jonathan Wald, Elise; Byrne, Kenneth; Walker, Gordon Correctional work is a highly stressful occupation that can impact the health of correctional officers (Casey, Dollard and Winefield, 2001).
PHOENIX, Arizona (Reuters) - A female corrections officer was being held hostage by a male inmate late Monday inside a medium-security unit at a state prison in southern Arizona, a prison official said.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
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