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Yes a credit check is done you must provide them with a copy of your credit just wondering how perfect does one credit have to be

Answered October 26, 2018

Yes DPS shirt and slacks .

Answered September 15, 2018

Yes, if the misdemeanor is a class B and more than 10 years old. Class A misdemenors and felonies are very likely disqualifiers.

Answered December 20, 2017

No a part-time employee does not receive health insurance benefits

Answered January 2, 2018

The requirements for Wardens should be to have experience as a Major or that of a high ranking officer. This can help Wardens understand the day to day duties and responsibilities of those on the bottom. Education and Administrative skills alone will not work in this field. People (inmates, officers, and staffs) lives are important and should matter. Hint: Ellis Unit.

Answered November 4, 2019

If you are on the insurance then yes

Answered August 12, 2019

The best advise I could give the CEO is to promote regarding longevity of employment and dedication of such employee.

Answered February 27, 2019

Sick leave accrues 8 hours per month. If in 12 months, none of that time is used, your accrued sick leave will total 96 hours and will continue to accrure 8 hours each month. Plus, you don't lose it if you don't use it! 😀

Answered July 16, 2019
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