You had to pass a lot of different tests to be considered a candidate to become a corrections officer.
Answered - CORRECTIONS OFFICER II (Former Employee) - Florence, AZ
Basic security and corrections related questions and scenario responses.
Answered - Correctional Lieutenant (Former Employee) - Florence, AZ
Quick, easy and simple. Maybe to easy!
Answered - Former Correctional Officer II (Former Employee) - Buckeye, AZ
It was a panel interview. usualy 3 to 4 managers would ask a panel of 10 question concerning the position and possible situations you could find yourself in.
Answered - Youth Parole Officer III (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Board interview involving 4 people asking questions
Answered - Youth Corrections Officer II (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Simple once your past the testing. This job requires you separate yourself from the juveniles and their stories. Go in with a cold heart and warm up later. Trust ME.
Answered - Juvenile Correctional Officer (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Multiple tests, competency and personality tests
Answered - Captain (Current Employee) - Safford, AZ
The process will contain a written exam, physical fitness test and a comprehensive background check. Medical and psychological evaluations will follow as well. Upon completion, a Correctional Academy will finish out the process.
Answered - Correctional Lieutenant (Former Employee) - Goodyear, AZ
Very Technical, especially for supervisors.
Answered - Correctional Sergeant (Former Employee) - Buckeye, AZ