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I see you will review this so it will not be posted. Mainly because it is sooooo true and you do not wish people to know they will be treated unfairly at that prison!!!!

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Steel toe boots are required for the job.

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I don't need anytime off but weekends if offered

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Yes - easy process

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I took classes at the community college and I think I was it was 14 or 16 weeks

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No. As long as you have no felonies on your record

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I sustained an extensive knee injury and didn't have enough time on the books to remain off duty until I completed PT.

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Its slower, but still stressful.

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It is not a job for everyone and you cannot wear your feelings on you sleeves, you are tested everyday by the offenders. Be ready!

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