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Horrible mandates every other day 16 hours if you want to go home on time you will have to come in early so you can leave on time, most likely you will be doing more 12 or 16 hour shifts than 8 hours

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It varles. Sometimes 6 months or more.

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Talk with the major, warden, captain or sergeant. Go for a drug test. Go for a physical. Then 2 weeks of in class training.

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Too much watching videos. Only good if tou never have worked security. I was more qualified thn the ibstructirs. Too much OC used.

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This is not a foot in the door company if you're trying to go to a state or federal job. But it can be a good job for someone retiring from state or federal jobs.

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Look at what grievances their are from employees have a interdepartment meeting with all Dept. Managers and lead persons. Try to find a middle for the issues, and complaints to show employees you have their best interest in mind.

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Show up to work, don't call in and you will go places. If you like to call in every once in awhile, get real comfortable because you are now unpremotable. More than 6 call offs in 6 months = disciplinary action.

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Is the drug test onsite?

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One manager is infamous for using the entry door button as a means to demand respect. Corporal Clark openly admits she is lazy and looks for the easiest solution so she can get back to sitting.

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12 hr shift. Occasionally held over for 16, sometime voluntered, sometime voluntold.

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