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Top 50 Correction Officer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Correction Officer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Correction Officer resumes they appeared on. For example, 35.8% of Correction Officer resumes contained Inmate Population as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Correction Officer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Correction Officer

1. Inmate Population
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Here's how Inmate Population is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Collected and maintained confidential information with regard to inmate population, medical needs, and potential criminal activity.
  • Maintained security, conducted security inspections, searches and monitored various programs provided to the inmate population.
  • Leveraged problem resolution skills to mediate and contain any negative situations among the inmate population.
  • Prepared written reports of unusual occurrences among inmate population.
  • Fostered change in the inmate population through appropriate behavior modeling, problem solving, communication skills and work ethics.
  • Preserve order and safety among the inmate population by ensuring the prisoners are following the rules at all times.
  • Enforce North Carolina State laws for inmates by observing and supervising the inmate population inside the controlled facility.
  • Maintained knowledge of the inmate population as well as assignment; performed headcount and cell checks.
  • Provided custody, care and control to the assigned inmate population in housing area.
  • Manage inmate population to ensure the safety of the inmates and the public.
  • Maintain care and control of inmate populations to ensure safe and humane environment.
  • Provided care and control of inmate population by guarding facilities and perimeters.
  • Line supervision of secure and work release inmate populations.
  • Care Custody and Control of the Inmate population.
  • Care Custody and Control over inmate population.
  • Monitor vehicular traffic; and make arrests if necessary.Ensured 100% accountability of inmate population.
  • Maintained close proximity with the inmate population to manage living conditions and provide a secure environment.
  • Control inmate population in the housing areas of the jail.
  • Control of the general safty of inmate population.
  • Retired) Special Assignment Office Oversee the orderly movement of the inmate population during mass movements within the institution.

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2. Public Safety
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Here's how Public Safety is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Supervised inmates and provided public safety and security through the custody and management of incarcerated individuals.
  • Contribute to the agencies public safety mission by supervising offenders in an institutional setting.
  • Maintained custody and control of a correctional facility, public safety.
  • Documented activities and observations, communication with inmates, staff and the public consistent with public safety requirements.
  • Helped to organize the process of receiving and release of inmates to ensure public safety and offender accountability.
  • Provided public safety in an institutional setting to both offenders and staff.
  • Provide and maintain security to the institution and provide public safety.
  • Provide public safety and a healing environment for the offenders.
  • Provided security to public safety and to all inmates.
  • Maintain public safety and order within the institution.
  • Maintained control of offenders to promote public safety.
  • Protect and ensure the public safety.
  • Maintained custody and control of inmates Provided public safety
  • Present Working with inmates and the Sherriff's department to ensure inmate and public safety and security.
  • Provide short term and long term public safety Communicate effectively with coworkers as well as offenders.
  • Assist with public safety as an outside pickett officer.
  • care custody and control and public safety.
  • Manage offenders Provide public safety Reintegrate offender into society
  • Advance weapons training and qualification * Inmate complaint and problem mediation * Transferring inmates between facilities ensuring public safety.
  • Transport inmates Escort inmates Search inmates and search cells Provide Public safety etc.

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3. Correctional Facility
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Here's how Correctional Facility is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Maintain secure and safe jail facility by direct supervision of individuals housed in the correctional facility.
  • Maintained security custody and control of inmates within a state correctional facility.
  • Patrolled entire correctional facility area periodically to prevent escapes and maintained order.
  • Maintain safety and security in the orderly running of a correctional facility.
  • Served as a corrections officer at a 200-person correctional facility.
  • Supervised inmates in a correctional facility.
  • Monitored offenders on a daily basis who were placed by the courts or Correctional Facility to transition back into the community.
  • Worked correctional facility entry gate making sure all visitors and their vehicles where in compliance before entering prison grounds.
  • Inspected locks, window bars, doors, and gates at correctional facility, to prevent escape.
  • Assist in maintaining correctional facility security, perform the physical count of inmates as required.
  • Job Description & Duties: Supervision & training of inmates confined in a correctional facility.
  • Inspected the cleaning of correctional facility to meet requirements of state and local officials.
  • Care, custody, and control of inmates in a state correctional facility.
  • Assisted visitors; inspected items brought to correctional facility for inmates.
  • Supervised inmates on shifts in the correctional facility.
  • Enforced laws within the correctional facility.
  • Provide security in correctional facility Complete required paperwork
  • escorted work release inmates to and from cell blocks; searched inmates upon return to Correctional Facility.
  • Worked in correctional facility Maintain and ensured the health and safety of about 650 inmates
  • Protect the General Public and Supervision of Inmates in a Correctional Facility.

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4. Custody
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Here's how Custody is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Provide custody and security of offenders.
  • Take prisoners into custody and escort to locations within and outside of facility, such as visiting room, courtroom.
  • Job Duties: Maintain custody, control, and security of the offenders that are housed at Dawson State Jail.
  • Worked in care, custody, control, supervision, and protection of inmates held in Miami-Dade County Correctional Facilities.
  • Maintained security custody and control of inmates in max security facility, conducted patrols, counts, report writing.
  • Provide safety and security, care, custody, and control of convicted offenders within the prison facility.
  • Supervised the care and custody of high profile inmates both male and female with violent histories.
  • Conduct inmate accountability and to ensure judicial sanctions are carried out and inmates remain in custody.
  • Maintained the custody and control of [Number] inmates housed in maximum security unit.
  • Supervised inmates and was responsible for custody, control, discipline and escape prevention.
  • Worked extensively with gang members and mentally ill offenders who were in custody.
  • Provide care, custody, and control of inmates within the facility.
  • Supervised care and custody of male inmates with violent and non-violent histories.
  • Process new intakes, court reprimands and inmates releases from custody.
  • Maintained control, custody, discipline and escape prevention of offenders.
  • Maintain custody, care and control of detainees.
  • Provide care, custody and control for inmates.
  • Provide custody and control for the Institution.
  • Care, custody, and control of inmates Intake/ Escort/ Search and seizure/ Master Control
  • Provide custody and security of offenders *Searches for contraband and provides security *Counts, feeds, and supervises offenders in housing

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5. Supervisors Oral
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Here's how Supervisors Oral is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Provide supervisors oral and written reports of any unusual occurrences.
  • Provide to supervisors oral and written reports of the quality and quantity of work performed by inmates
  • Provide to supervisors oral or written reports of any violations or incidents.
  • Provide to supervisors oral and written reports.
  • Provide to supervisors oral and written reports of inmate disturbances, rule violations, and any other reportable occurrences.
  • Provide to supervisors oral and written reports for disurbances, occurances and or discplinary.

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6. Prisoner Identification
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Here's how Prisoner Identification is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Compile and analyze various daily reports recording information regarding prisoner identification, disciplinary charges, and incidences of inmate disturbances.
  • Recorded information, such as prisoner identification, arraignment charges and convictions and inmate incidents.
  • Record information including prisoner identification, charges and incidences of inmate disturbance.
  • Recorded prisoner identification and incidences; kept daily logs of prisoner activities.
  • Documented prisoner identification, current charges, and incidences of inmate disturbance.
  • Record information and maintain records such as prisoner identification and charges.
  • Recorded prisoner identification and head count.
  • Recorded information such as prisoner identification.
  • Record information such as prisoner identification, charges, incidences of inmate disturbances, and keep daily logs of prisoner activities.
  • Recorded information, such as prisoner identification, charges, and incidences of inmate disturbance; composed technical fact finding reports.
  • Recorded data, such as prisoner identification and incidences of inmate disturbance, and kept daily logs of prisoner effort.
  • Keep daily logs of prisoner activity which include prisoner identification, arrest record, & behavior trends.
  • Recorded information, such as prisoner identification, charges & kept daily logs of prisoner activities.
  • Recorded information, such as prisoner identification, charges, and incidences and order among prisoners.
  • Recorded inmate disturbances, rule violations, prisoner identification and kept daily logs of prisoner activities.
  • Recorded information, such as prisoner identification, behavior, and incidences of inmate disturbance.
  • Record information such as prisoner identification, charges, incidences, and of prisoner activities.
  • Maintained accurate records such as prisoner identification, charges, and incidences of inmate disturbance.
  • Record information, such as prisoner identification, charges and keep daily logs.
  • Maintained records and information daily for prisoner identification Maintained a secure and safe place for employees, prisoners and visitors

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7. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Maintain calm and collected during emergency situations and ability to communicate in difficult and life threatening situations.
  • Perform custody duties equivalent to Correction Officer when required in emergency situations.
  • Responded to emergency situations in accordance with department policies.
  • Assumed control and instituted corrective actions in emergency situations.
  • Volunteered for e-squad and trained for emergency situations.
  • Provided timely response and decisiveness to emergency situations.
  • Observe and assess during medical emergency situations.
  • Restored order during unit emergency situations.
  • Acted quickly in emergency situations; analyzed circumstances and adopted effective courses of action; exercised sound judgment under pressure.
  • Respond to emergency situations according to facility procedures, such as medical, fire, security, etc.
  • Maintained on-call status, remaining available for emergency situations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Respond to all emergency situations as directed by policies; Explain/ Teach office policies and procedures.
  • Carried out established security/safety procedures in case of fire, threats, or other emergency situations.
  • Conflict resolution and mediation of disputes; and first response to emergency situations.
  • Participated in over 100 hours of on site facility training in emergency situations.
  • Responded to calls in both routine and emergency situations.
  • Respond and manage all emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency situations as needed.
  • Respond to emergency situations in accordance to facility policies and protocols -Prepared reports and logs as required by facility.
  • Participate in fire and safety drills, lockdown incidents and related emergency situations.

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8. Correctional Officer
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Here's how Correctional Officer is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Performed various correctional officer roles and emergency management telecommunications services.
  • Maintained communication between other Correctional Officers and Administrative Staff.
  • Provided leadership and guidance to new correctional officers.
  • Provided on-the-job training to incoming correctional officers.
  • Train and direct the work of correctional officers to ensure the safe custody, discipline, and welfare of inmates.
  • Possessed knowledge of human relations and inmate character and habits in order to protect inmates and other Correctional Officers.
  • Worked for the Sheriff's Department after graduation from the Illinois Police Training Institute Basic Correctional Officer Academy.
  • Graduated from Correctional Officer Training Academy, which meets the instruction required by the American Correctional Association.
  • Position Held: Correctional Officer, Sergeant, Court Liaison, Lieutenant (Retired)
  • Certificate of Jail and Correctional Officer in-service training 40 hours yearly.
  • Deployed to CCI in Portage, WI as a Correctional Officer.
  • Worked as a Federal Correctional Officer in a mostly male facility.
  • Convey correctional officers' or inmates' complaints to superiors.
  • Guide all lower-graded Correctional Officers as needed.
  • Certified as an Advanced Correctional Officer.
  • Assign Duties to Correctional Officers.
  • Attend State mandated training to achieve and maintain correctional officer certification.
  • Promoted to Correctional Officer II (Sergeant) on 10/2003 Received award for identifying a major security issue.
  • Experience: CJC/Madison County Work Release Jan 2010-Present Anderson, IN -Correctional Officer -Keeping and maintaining a secure facility.
  • EXPERIENCE BACKGROUND Augusta State Medical Prison Grovetown, Georgia Correctional Officer II (2013 - 2016)

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9. Security Checks
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Here's how Security Checks is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Conducted safety/security checks of facility, identifying any lapses in security.
  • Conducted security checks of facilities and reported any discrepancies.
  • Conducted institutional counts and security checks.
  • Conducted daily physical security checks on all doors, windows, walls, ventilation systems and fire exits.
  • Ensured safety of inmates, staff, and facility by conducting security checks and adhering to entrance procedure.
  • Supervised inmates, perform routine security checks and provided safety for staff and inmates.
  • Perform security checks and transport offenders to work sites while observing work activity.
  • Conduct security checks of locks, doors, bars & windows, etc.
  • Maintained control of inmates during shake downs and security checks during daily routines.
  • Perform security checks on persons, buildings, devices, and/or vehicles.
  • Perform security checks in a timely order and counsel juveniles as needed.
  • Conducted security checks on the health and welfare on inmates.
  • Frequent security checks, pat searches and room searches/inspections.
  • Conducted internal security checks and external gate checks.
  • Conduct internal security checks and distribute meals.
  • Enforce the T-DOC policy on security checks for civilians and inmates with proper documentation.
  • Conducted shakedowns and pat-downs of Adult Offenders Made Security Checks of the facility.
  • Conduct security checks to protect inmates and prevent contraband from entering the facility.
  • Maintain safety and security of facility and inmates Guard up to 136 inmates Security checks
  • bus * Provided security checks on dorms/jail units

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10. Head Counts
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Here's how Head Counts is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Process or book convicted individuals into prison and conduct head counts to ensure that each prisoner is present.
  • Supervised junior correctional officers head counts, searches, and document pertaining to facility rules and regulations.
  • Conducted head counts of all inmates in the assigned work area at specific times of the day.
  • Conducted periodic head counts of inmates within area of responsibility during tour of duty.
  • Perform head counts of offenders and confirm each inmate's identity when conducting counts.
  • Perform head counts to visually ensure the presence of all inmates.
  • Monitor prisoners, conduct head counts, inspection of units and cells
  • Tracked inmates through head counts, visitor logs and scheduled activities.
  • Conduct head counts to ensure that each inmate is accounted for.
  • Conducted hourly head counts, contraband searches and report writing.
  • Conduct head counts to ensure that each prisoner is present.
  • Conducted head counts and supervised inmates in all recreational areas.
  • Perform block head counts hourly, maintain block log.
  • Coordinate unit head counts to confirm total population.
  • Conducted routine and emergency head counts.
  • Head counts conducted every hour.
  • Completed paperwork/reports Conducted head counts.
  • Conducted routine and emergency head counts Inspected work sites and crew trucks for contraband, cleanliness and safety.
  • Maintained the custody and control inmates housed in maximum security unit Conducted routine and emergency head counts.
  • supervised inmates and other staff members.performed daily security checks,perimeter,head counts and other various security duties

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11. Daily Activities
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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Monitored the daily activities of juvenile offenders housed at the correctional facility.
  • Monitor and supervise daily activities for adult offenders.
  • Supervised 250 inmates in daily activities while maintaining public safety as well as safety to prison staff and inmates.
  • Monitor inmates on daily activities, serve food, medical attention and keep good order and peace throughout.
  • Supervised inmates' daily activities by keeping track of their physical location and monitoring behavior.
  • Oversee the accurate account and supervision of over 75 inmates and their daily activities.
  • Directed daily activities within a group home for domestic violence residents and their families.
  • Coordinated and managed daily activities, including answering phones and directing phone calls.
  • Supervised, observed and recorded inmates' behaviors during their daily activities.
  • Complete daily activities, rosters, time sheets and emails by computer.
  • Maintain a record of issued equipment and daily activities in unit.
  • Maintain a record of daily activities and disciplinary action for inmates.
  • Report on all inmates conduct by logging daily activities.
  • Supervised Georgia state inmates in their daily activities.
  • Maintain a security log of daily activities.
  • Manage daily activities of the block unit.
  • Oversee daily activities of offenders.
  • Oversee daily activities of inmates.
  • Maintain accountability Supervise daily activities of prison inmates
  • Perform security checks -Supervise offenders daily activities -Prepare reports as necessary -Maintain record of daily activities in Post Log Book

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12. Periodic Patrols
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Here's how Periodic Patrols is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Provided periodic patrols of housing and work areas to ensure the security and integrity of correctional institution.
  • Maintain periodic patrols inside and outside of correctional institution.
  • Conducted periodic patrols of housing quarters and segregation areas.
  • Make periodic patrols of cells and work area and initiate counts of inmates at different intervals, maintain control and discipline.
  • Supervised and made periodic patrols of living quarters and work areas to ensure safety, control and discipline of inmate population.
  • Make periodic patrols of quarters and work areas, maintain control and discipline, check inmate mail for possible contraband.
  • Make periodic patrols of quarters and conduct routine searches of inmate recreation areas, work areas and housing units.
  • Make periodic patrols of cell blocks and initiate count of inmates at regular intervals.
  • Make periodic patrols of quarters and work areas and initiate unpredictable counts and rounds.
  • Conduct periodic patrols of the quarters and work areas and initiate counts of inmates.
  • Maintain order; responsible for periodic patrols of inmate quarters & work areas.
  • Maintained control and discipline by conducting periodic patrols of quarters.
  • Make periodic patrols of quarters and initiate counts of inmates.
  • Make periodic patrols and maintain custody and control.
  • Make periodic patrols of quarters and work areas.
  • Make periodic patrols of inmate quarters.
  • Make periodic patrols in work areas.
  • Performed periodic patrols of the entire correctionalfacility area to maintain order and prevent escapes.
  • Performed Housing Unit Officer duties: Supervised inmates in housing units and made periodic patrols of quarters and work areas.
  • Supervised inmates in housing units Performed periodic patrols on scheduled intervals Provided counseling to inmates in relation to institutional problems.

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13. Incident Reports
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Here's how Incident Reports is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Prepared and filed incident reports using Microsoft software.
  • Generate incident reports and citations if necessary.
  • Conduct investigations and proficiently documented incident reports.
  • Provided incident reports for security purposes.
  • Provide detailed written incident reports.
  • Generate and maintain all critical incident reports for perusal by staff up to Executive Staff.
  • Use verbal/listening skills to determine potential threats, documented information and wrote incident reports.
  • Completed population records, security logs, and incident reports as needed.
  • Write and submit proper incident reports and other reports as required.
  • Enforced resident's behavior, and wrote incident reports for infractions.
  • Prepare daily shift reports and incident reports when required by policy.
  • Write incident reports when inmates violate one of the prohibited acts.
  • Create significant incident reports and maintain hourly jail activity logs.
  • Maintained watch logs and documented incident reports when applicable.
  • Enforced rules and wrote incident reports for infractions.
  • Prepared daily logs and incident reports.
  • Write incident reports and security logs.
  • Prepare incident reports and property forms.
  • Escort patients, searches, pat downs, physical management, Code 500, 1:1's, counts, Incident Reports.
  • Processed and logged accurate and detailed incident reports.

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14. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Earned Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification.
  • Certified in PPCT/Defensive Tactics, First Aid/ CPR/ and AED, P.A.330, International Mountain Bike Police Patrol Officer
  • Received extensive training in verbal conflict resolution suicide intervention, as well as First Aid and CPR.
  • Received my CPR card, received chemical agent handling card, as well as SERT training.
  • Certified in CPR/AED use; readied to aid accident/medical health victims for stabilized medical transportation.
  • Maintain current certifications .38 12 gauge AED and CPR; Inter-Personal Communications; Basic First Aid
  • Maintain CPR Certification, Principles of Subject Control, and Firearms Qualifications every year.
  • Trained and certified to administer CPR as well as Hospital Duty when needed.
  • Provided CPR and first aid as need.
  • Administered CPR and first aid.
  • Maintain Firearm and CPR certification.
  • Officer that was also trained in CPR, First Aid, Self Defense, AED, and Multiple tasks
  • Rifle range certified, CPR and first aid.
  • Certified in CPR & First Aid.
  • Report writing and documentation CPR/First Aid-certified and Health and Safety-certified Custody Clerk Typing Reports /Excel Program /Microsoft Word/Microsoft Office
  • Gun qualified also received cpr certificate and completed the academy
  • Act as a First Responder to administer CPR and First Aid.
  • initiate emergency call when necessary, and do CPR as required.
  • Conducted training as a certified CPR first aid instructor to employees TOTAL GAS & ELECTRIC C/O PETRO INC.
  • Spray Training (5%) Basic CPR and AED Training Defensive Tactics Ky P.O.S.T.

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15. Control Room
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Here's how Control Room is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Control room / Dispatch internal and external personnel for institutional security.
  • Worked in high liability areas in the facility such a Control Room Setting accounting for all Inmates assigned to the facility.
  • Maintained master inmate counts; setup and received inmate counts and was familiar with entire operation of control room.
  • Supervised the control room of all ammunition, equipment, hand restraints, vehicles, firearms etc.
  • Maintained facility security by closing and opening doors using the computer system in the control room
  • Control Room duties included responsibility for compound counts, staff safety & accountability, inventory.
  • Worked in central control room; which controlled all access to any outlet in facility.
  • Control Room duties: clear count, listen for alarms or signals to be called.
  • Operate control room, monitoring and accessing gates, cameras, and alarms.
  • Conducted body counts of offenders and reported counts to control room.
  • Worked in control room of prison and used two way radios.
  • Control room, radio communications, and incident reports.
  • Control room Officer for Officer in Charge & Major.
  • Control Room Supervisor and ensure safety of inmates.
  • Operate Master Control Room/Main Control Room.
  • Worked as the control room officer.
  • Maintain operations of control room.
  • Complete defensive tactics Monitor offenders from closed circuit cameras and computers in a control room.
  • Control room supervisor/in charge inmate count * Supervised sanitation department * Transported inmates to borough courts.
  • Care, custody and control of assigned inmates * Coordinate inmate visitation * Report writing * Control room and tower operations

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16. Physical Restraint
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Here's how Physical Restraint is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Implemented defensive tactics and physical restraints.
  • Conduct physical restraint applications when necessary.
  • Maintained control and discipline of detainees including the use of physical restraint devices, depending on how high the situation escalated.
  • Maintain control and discipline including use of physical restraint and restraining devices; prevent the introduction of contraband into the institution.
  • Maintained control and discipline in cell blocks by use of physical restraint and restraining devices as needed based on situations.
  • Maintain control of the inmates and discipline when necessary with the use of physical restraint and refraining devices.
  • Make periodic patrols of quarters, maintain control and discipline including use of physical restraint and restraining devices.
  • Use of physical restraints and/or intermediate force options in accordance with established department methods and procedures.
  • Performed defensive tactics and physical restraints to maintain the safety of employees as well as inmates.
  • Respond to emergency situations and use of physical restraints and physical force when necessary.
  • Use physical restraints procedures daily and prevent the introduction of contraband into the institution.
  • Maintained control and discipline including proper ruse of physical restraint and restraining devices.
  • Supervised, provided care, control, and physical restraint of inmates when necessary
  • Maintain control and discipline with the use of physical restraint and restraining devices.
  • Certified in Self Defense, Chemical Agent, Physical Restraint, and Firearm
  • Apply appropriate physical restraint and use of firearms if needed.
  • Maintain control and discipline including uses of physical restraint devices.
  • Implemented defensive tactics and physical restraints to maintain the safety and security of personnel and the general public.
  • Use of weapons, physical restraints and that amount of physical necessary to maintain discipline and order among the inmate population.
  • Report Writing Physical restraints Less Leathal weapons Knowledge of local gangs

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17. Recreational Activities
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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Monitor conduct of prisoners in housing unit and recreational activities according to established policies to prevent escape and violence.
  • Supervised recreational activities that inmates participated in, in accordance to their earned incentive phase and custody level.
  • Monitor inmates housing unit and there behaviors during work recreational activities according to established policies and procedures.
  • Served as overseer for recreational activities, monitored activities and ensured safe dwelling between prisoners.
  • Supervised periods of recreational activities and Coordinated unit head counts to confirm total population.
  • Supervised inmates in living areas and recreational activities.
  • Supervised recreational activities and supervised and controlled visitations.
  • Facilitate recreational activities for youths.
  • Supervised inmates in living quarters, dining areas, visiting room, during recreational activities, and while in transit.
  • Monitor conduct of prisoners in housing units, work areas and during recreational activities according to established policies and procedures.
  • Patrol the facilities parameters, checking door locks, supervising inmate recreational activities, and verbally enforcing rules.
  • Make regular round and perform Head counts, make regular rounds, supervise work details and recreational activities.
  • Coordinated medical visits, showers, and recreational activities for inmates in accordance with each cell block.
  • Supervised the movement of prisoners to and from work assignments, meals and recreational activities.
  • Monitored conduct of prisoners in housing unit, or during work or recreational activities.
  • Stand guard over recreational activities, watching for possible disturbances.
  • Sponsor inmate recreational activities such as newspapers and self-help groups.
  • Monitor inmates in living areas as well as recreational activities.
  • Oversee work and recreational activities.
  • Conducted inmate out counts Supervised recreational activities within a unit on a recreational yard

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Here's how Security Procedures is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Produced written reports on all activities with oral reports and emergency notifications delivered as directed by established security procedures.
  • Developed and updated security procedures, security system drawings and related documentation.
  • Patrolled floors of housing units ensuring physical security procedures were followed.
  • Perform security and safety checks while adhering to facility security procedures.
  • Follow and insure compliance with established security procedures.
  • Develop work or security procedures.
  • Maintain daily records, logs, and journals of security procedures, daily inmate activity, and institutional equipment.
  • Maintained proper security procedures in order to provide for the safety of the public, staff and inmates.
  • Conducted weekly training with the personnel working under me to ensure up to date security procedures and safety.
  • Transport inmates to and from the institution, while maintaining high security procedures and protocols.
  • Develop, implement, and maintain security procedures to meet required codes and regulations.
  • Developed work and security procedures for special response measures and the necessary responses.
  • Maintain a client/server database system to track state felons and perform security procedures.
  • Informed inmates and visitors of rules, safety and security procedures and responsibilities.
  • Maintained discipline rules, safety practices, and security procedures among inmates.
  • Ensured that all security procedures were adhered to, maintained and reported.
  • Comply with and enforce security procedures for keys, equipment and supplies.
  • Instruct employees or provide on-the-job training Develop work or security procedures.
  • Prepared and maintained confidential reports and federal accreditation material Complied with and enforced security procedures for keys, equipment and supplies.
  • Maintained daily logs of shift activity.Informed inmates and visitors of rules, safety and security procedures and responsibilities.

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19. Cell Searches
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Here's how Cell Searches is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Promote positive change in offender behavior, provide public safety, cell searches, pat searches, offender counts, etc.
  • Direct supervision of all offender activities, security checks, medication distribution, and random or scheduled housing and cell searches.
  • Conducted cell searches, floor and facility logs, personal hygiene, meal service, medication distribution and first aid.
  • Conducted cell searches, shack down team, discovering of weapons, drugs, and jail made liquor.
  • Book inmates into jail, cell searches, physical searches, finger printing, oversee inmates daily activities.
  • Control and maintain inmate movement, conduct safety count, and conduct random cell searches.
  • Performed cell searches for contraband and searched inmates entering or departing the facility.
  • Completed cell Searches, and daily inspections of all areas occupied by Offenders.
  • Used security cameras, cell searches, and offender searches to investigate incidents.
  • Demonstrated teamwork while conducting cell searches and maintaining order in housing units.
  • Conduct random cell searches, searching of offenders, and or visitors.
  • Verified warrants, conducted cell searches and fingerprinted inmates upon intake.
  • Conduct pat downs, dorm, and cell searches for contraband.
  • Supervised visitation, inmate cell searches and daily audit reports.
  • Conducted security check, cell searches, and head counts.
  • Conduct random pat downs and cell searches.
  • Conducted random cell searches for contraband.
  • Performed Cell extractions and Cell searches.
  • Care, custody, control, cell searches, daily logs.
  • Direct supervision during meal service, security checks, medication distribution, and random or scheduled housing and cell searches.

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20. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Used radios for communication within the facility included making announcements and relaying information to other officers.
  • Monitor radio and telephone communications between staff in order to respond appropriately to directions and emergencies.
  • Maintained proper documents, recording daily in communication log according to facility policy.
  • Maintain an open line of communication between Supervisors and Correctional Officers.
  • Expedited communication between upper level management and general personnel.
  • Use of verbal communication to deescalate uncooperative inmates.
  • Resolved potentially dangerous situation using interpersonal communication skills.
  • Demonstrated skillful communication and negotiation skills.
  • Use interpersonal communication skills daily.
  • Diffuse hostile situations through communication.
  • Enforced regulations through effective communication and the use of progressive sanctions, which involve punishments, such as loss of privileges.
  • Developed self initiative, communication skills, and the ability to assess and remedy high stress situations while staying composed.
  • Assist with telephone communications to take messages, answer questions, provide information during non-business hours and directed calls.
  • Use communications skills to detect inmate problems such as suicide risk, drug usage, etc.
  • Send and receive telephone, county radio, other law enforcement communications devices as necessary.
  • Developed strong communication skills with higher rankings and kept a safe as possible work environment.
  • Position required extreme attention to detail, good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Utilize radio communications to maintain contact with other staff.
  • Operated radios, telephones, and other communication equipment.
  • Attended and completed courses in leadership, interpersonal communication while in academy.

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21. Instruct Inmates
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Here's how Instruct Inmates is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Instruct inmates performing semi-skilled and unskilled manual assignments.
  • Work as a Canteen/Environmental Officer, distributing commissary supplies to inmates and instruct inmates on janitorial details inside the facility.
  • Instruct inmates and maintain control in areas such as the inmate food service area, etc.
  • Instruct inmates in proper use and care of institutional equipment as well as housekeeping and sanitation.
  • Guide the inmates conduct, supervise work details, instruct inmates on personal and institutional problems.
  • Instruct inmates to maintain control of food service, school, church and other activities.
  • Submit evaluation reports and instruct inmates in personal hygiene, discipline, and proper etiquette.
  • Instruct inmates and maintain control in areas such as the inmate housing units.
  • Maintain and record equipment logs and instruct inmates on proper usage.
  • Instruct inmates and maintain control in all areas.
  • Instruct inmates on jail regulations and procedures.
  • Instruct Inmates in house keeping/ sanitation.
  • Instruct inmates in housekeeping and sanitation.
  • Instruct inmates and maintain control.
  • Instruct inmates to follow rules.
  • Instruct inmates and maintain control in all areas of the institution - Work and communicate effectively as a team member.
  • Protect and serve civilians and inmates Supervise inmates in housing units, instruct inmates in housekeeping and sanitation.
  • Instruct inmates on rules and regulations governing operation of the facility and assist in problem resolution.
  • Instruct inmates in producing food in a hygienic manner.
  • Instruct inmates in housekeeping and sanitation Make periodic patrols of quarters and work areas Monitor.

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  • Maintain proper control through periodic security checks and formal and informal counts conducted at regular and irregular intervals.
  • Conduct and document security and sanitation checks frequently at irregular intervals between formal counts.
  • Conducted frequent head-counts of inmates at irregular intervals.
  • Conducted inmate counts at regular and irregular intervals.
  • Conduct counts of offenders at regular or irregular intervals and maintain control and discipline using physical restraint or restraining devices.
  • Check inmate mail for possible contraband, and make periodic patrols of quarters and work areas at irregular intervals.
  • Make periodic patrols of quarters and work areas and initiated counts of inmates at regular and irregular intervals.
  • Patrol work areas and initiate counts of inmates at regular and irregular intervals to maintain a safe environment.
  • Make periodic patrols of work areas and housing units while initiating counts and regular and irregular intervals.
  • Prevented contraband into the institution; and initiated counts of inmates at regular and irregular intervals.
  • Make periodic patrols in designated areas while conducting inmate counts on the regular and irregular intervals.
  • Conduct checks of housing areas and initiate counts of inmates at regular and irregular intervals.
  • Initiate counts of inmates at regular and irregular intervals and observe for signs of disorder.
  • Initiate counts of residents at regular and irregular intervals as well as security rounds.
  • Conducted daily formal and informal counts of inmates at regular and irregular intervals.
  • Make periodic patrols of units and count inmates at regular and irregular intervals.
  • Make periodic patrols of housing area at regular or irregular intervals.
  • Perform head counts of inmates at regular & irregular intervals.
  • Initiated counts of inmates at regular and irregular intervals.
  • Check inmates mail and property for possible contraband Conduct counts of inmates at regular and irregular intervals.

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23. Contraband Items
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Here's how Contraband Items is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Patrolled perimeter to ensure the integrity of the confined areas as well as to prevent contraband items from entering the prison.
  • Initiated search of inmate recreation areas, work areas, and housing units to prevent the introduction of contraband items.
  • Maintain vigilance for possible disturbances and patrol cell blocks for contraband items and potential escape routes.
  • Perform security searches of offenders, their living and work areas for contraband items.
  • Searched offenders for contraband items and wrote reports on offender conduct.
  • Search inmates for contraband items and to report on inmates conduct.
  • Inspected cell blocks and prison housing areas to detect contraband items.
  • Perform searches of inmates of their quarters to locate contraband items.
  • Search spaces, persons and inmates for contraband items.
  • Search offender and cell block for contraband items.
  • Search and seizure of contraband items.
  • Search inmates for contraband items.
  • Conduct searches for contraband items.
  • Search offenders for contraband items.
  • Searched for contraband items in a thorough manner while meeting safety requirements.
  • Searched inmates and cells for contraband items and filed appropirate paperwork.
  • Perform, receive, and check periodic inmate counts Perform searches of inmates or their quarters to lacate contraband items
  • Inspect facilities to ensure that they meet standards.Search inmates for contraband items.Report inmate conduct
  • Search inmates for contraband items Accomplishments Kept inmates safe and accounted for.
  • Search inmates and dormitories for contraband items ( e.g.

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24. Direct Supervision
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Here's how Direct Supervision is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Supervised and controlled offender activity in a correctional environment with little to no direct supervision.
  • Monitored inmates' activities and supervised their work assignments providing direct supervision / command.
  • Direct supervision of criminal offenders.
  • ACA-accredited direct supervision medium, maximum, and super-maximum security state penitentiary for adult male felons, opened in Feb. 2002.
  • Established policies, regulations and procedures to maintain order and provide for the security care and direct supervision of inmates.
  • Direct supervision of inmates (cell blocks, gymnasium, recreation yard, dining hall, etc.)
  • Care, Custody, Control, Observation and Direct supervision of inmates in a housing unit.
  • Direct and Indirect Supervision which required close contact with inmates and direct contact with the public.
  • Direct supervision of up to 68 inmates to every 1 officer for 8 to 16 hours.
  • Provided care, custody and control for approximately 60 inmates under my direct supervision.
  • Ensured the health, safety, and welfare of inmates with direct supervision.
  • Provide direct supervision of offenders within areas of the facility.
  • Provide direct supervision of inmates housed at the site.
  • Provided direct supervision of inmates in the County Jail.
  • Direct supervision of inmates in the City Jail.
  • Provide direct supervision of daily basis.
  • Disorder management, Direct supervision.
  • Provide direct supervision for up to 96 county inmates at any time while assigned to a housing Unit.
  • Concord, NH Maintained the custody and care of inmates housed in a direct supervision facility.
  • full time from 2005-2007, seasonal 2007-2010 Provide direct supervision of inmates in a behavior based facility.

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25. General Public
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Here's how General Public is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Establish effective working relationships with government officials, local law enforcement, community groups and general public.
  • Supervised inmates and ensured protection of general public and maintained physical security of the institution.
  • Supervised dangerous individuals ranging from a multitude of felonious acts committed against the general public.
  • Policed and maintained control inside and outside the institution for the safety of the inmates, co-workers and the general public.
  • Provided a secure environment for inmates as well as the general public, following State guidelines and procedures.
  • Worked with Mental Health offenders, general public, federal, state, and local officials.
  • Possess the ability to effectively communicate with inmates, staff member and the general public.
  • Ensured safety and welfare of the general public and inmates during transportation to various locations.
  • Protect general public, protection for staff and inmates from themselves and other fellow inmates.
  • Ensured the safety and security of the general public as well as those incarcerated.
  • Provided security for prisoners, the general public, and fellow employees.
  • Provided safety and security for inmates as well as the general public.
  • Maintained safety and security for inmates, staff and general public.
  • Balanced general public, staff and inmates safety with daily workloads.
  • Provide security for staff, inmates and the general public.
  • Provided safety and security to the general public.
  • Enforce rules and regulations to the general public.
  • Screened the general public for inmate visiting.
  • Protect the General Public, State Property and inmates from harm CPR/First Aid Certified by American Heart Association.
  • Provide safety for general public .

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26. Punitive Measures
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Here's how Punitive Measures is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Supervised inmates in housing units and those segregated for administrative or punitive measures including periodic patrols of quarters and work areas.
  • Initiate Formal Count of InmatesSupervise inmates in housing unit and those segregated for administrative or punitive measures.
  • Provide supervision, care and correctional treatment to over 150 inmates segregated for administrative/punitive measures.
  • Supervised inmates in housing/cell units and those who were segregated for administrative and punitive measures.
  • Directed inmates within various housing units and those segregated for administrative or punitive measures.
  • Managed and supervised inmates, including those segregated for administrative and punitive measures.
  • Supervised inmates in housing units and those segregated for administrative or punitive measures.
  • Monitored inmates who were segregated into separate quarters for administrative or punitive measures, maintained control of units, conducted searches.
  • Supervised over 200 inmates in housing units and those segregated for administrative or punitive measures with no incident or injury.
  • Performed supervisory work involving the custody, treatment and training of confined inmates along with thosesegregated for administrative or punitive measures.
  • Oversee various rehabilitation programs and work activities Supervise inmates in housing units and those segregated for administrative or punitive measures

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27. Ensure Security
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  • Provided perimeter patrols to ensure security of all facilities had not been compromised.
  • Patrolled surrounding areas to ensure security of facilities.
  • Completed hourly custody head-count to ensure security.
  • Enforced rules and regulations of facility to ensure security, safety, inmate accountability, and that inmates remain in custody.
  • Inspected conditions of locks, window bars, grills, doors, and gates at correctional facilities to ensure security.
  • Inspect locks, doors, gates to ensure security to help prevent escapes, and work the outside perimeter pickets.
  • Inspect conditions of locks, window bars, doors, and gates to ensure security and help prevent escapes.
  • Patrol premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion and ensure security of doors, windows and gates.
  • Maintain a periodic patrol either inside or outside the institution to ensure security and integrity of the institution.
  • Conduct inmate counts at designated times in assigned unit to ensure security and early detection of escapees.
  • Inspected conditions of doors, locks, windows, gates of the facility to ensure security.
  • Performed parking lot and building checks outside and inside of the institution to ensure security.
  • Patrolled jail areas constantly to ensure security and to maintain order of facility.
  • Maintain patrol inside and outside the institution to ensure security.
  • Monitored activities to ensure security of employees and assets.
  • Checked windows and doors to ensure security.
  • Conduct daily inmate counts to ensure security.
  • Examined cells to ensure security.
  • Supervised inmates in a maximum security facility and documented daily activity Patrolled the perimeter of the facility to ensure security
  • manage offenders, take accuarte count, ensure security of unit

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28. Disciplinary Reports
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Here's how Disciplinary Reports is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Evaluate the quality/quantity of work performed by offenders and prepare disciplinary reports in response to offender rule violations.
  • Enforce resident behavior management system and write incident and disciplinary reports for infractions.
  • Write disciplinary reports as needed pertaining to guidance and disciplinary actions.
  • Prepare employee evaluation and disciplinary reports, monthly reports for Facility.
  • Initiated disciplinary reports and maintained daily computer logs and other reports.
  • Investigated perimeter disturbances and initiated disciplinary reports on detainees as necessary.
  • Completed Disciplinary reports and documentation of deficiencies of offenders.
  • Initiated disciplinary reports on over 350 inmates/detainees.
  • Initiated disciplinary reports on inmates or detainees.
  • Implement inmate disciplinary reports when necessary.
  • Write narrative reports describing events that have happened, such incident reports, disciplinary reports, special observations reports, etc.
  • Prepared a variety of reports such as daily logs, disciplinary reports, and daily inmate counts.
  • Fill out disciplinary reports on inmates, interview and collect information on investigations within the prison.
  • Enforce unit rules and regulation and write disciplinary reports on offenders who violate rules.
  • Composed narrative of day s events including logbook, incident, and disciplinary reports.
  • Investigate incidents that led to the completion of written disciplinary reports of the inmates.
  • Write reports such as confidential reports, incident reports, and disciplinary reports.
  • Complete all all incident, accident, disciplinary reports accurately and on time.
  • Prepared and maintained all the inmates paperwork including; disciplinary reports and logs.
  • Prepared written reports pertaining to inmate conduct, i.e.. disciplinary reports incident reports, and observational reports.

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29. Medical Appointments
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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Supervised inmates being taken to medical appointments and provided transport from other facilities.
  • Transported inmates as necessary to medical appointments.
  • Supervised transportation to court and medical appointments.
  • Accompanied inmates to medical appointments.
  • Block officer managing the daily operation of various blocks including direction to scheduled programs, medical appointments and work assignments.
  • Escort inmates to and from areas of the jail for court proceedings, medical appointments, and attorney visits.
  • Escorted inmates or detainees in or outside of the facility for special programs, medical appointments and court appearances.
  • Transport inmates outside the facility to and from court, lawyers, medical appointments, work site, etc.
  • Searched inmates and their cells for contraband, transported inmates to court, other correctional facilities and medical appointments.
  • Tracked offenders through head counts; escorted offenders to and from cells, courts, hospitals and medical appointments.
  • Monitored and supervised all movement, to work details, medical appointments, cafeteria, visitation and courts.
  • Prepared and transported inmates to and from court, visitations or medical appointments, exercise area, etc.
  • Transported inmates to court, other correctional facilities, or into the community for medical appointments.
  • Escorted inmates to and from cells, court, hospitals and medical appointments.
  • Transported and assisted inmates to their medical appointments, school, and court.
  • Transport inmates to medical appointments out of the facility, etc.
  • Transported inmates to and from medical appointments and court hearings.
  • Provided transportation to job sites and medical appointments.
  • Transported inmates to and from medical appointments, funerals, work details and court hearings in a timely manner.
  • Escorted offenders to and from cells,transported to local hospital for medical appointments.

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30. Defensive Tactics
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Here's how Defensive Tactics is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Certified Defensive Tactics and Weapons Retention Instructor, adept in prevention and offensive/defensive tactics against an inmate or assailant.
  • Completed disciplinary reports when appropriate for corrective action Trained and proficient in defensive tactics.
  • Trained in defensive tactics and utilized techniques to ensure safety and security.
  • Completed the correctional officer academy with defensive tactics.
  • Trained Correctional Officers Grade 1 in defensive tactics, hand-to-hand combat, and with sanctioned weapons within the facility.
  • Trained in the use of firearms, defensive tactics and all aspects of security in this level five institution.
  • Trained in riot formations, weapons training, defensive tactics, verbal communications and team leading skills.
  • Certified in arms lethal and non-lethal, defensive tactics, first aide, and report writing.
  • Certified in CPR, first aide, restraint techniques, and defensive tactics.
  • Received specialized training in defensive tactics and weapons use.
  • Performed defensive tactics and cell extractions when needed.
  • Attended training in Defensive Tactics and Crisis Management.
  • Trained in Fire Arms and Defensive Tactics.
  • Learned defensive tactics, CPR, etc.
  • Trained staff in Defensive Tactics.
  • Perform defensive tactics when needed.
  • Monitored visitations, searched for contraband, and operated master control Trained in defensive tactics
  • Participated in annual weapons, CPR, and first aid, and defensive tactics training for recertification.
  • Prepared and maintained records, forms, and reports Train and certify yearly in defensive tactics.
  • Spray Certified 03/14 Taser/ Stun Gun Certified 03/14 Defensive Tactics/ Handcuffing Certified 03/14

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31. Personal Effects
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Here's how Personal Effects is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Secured personal effects and managed commissary.
  • Insured all visitors, employees and committed youths' personal effects were searched upon entering and exiting the facility.
  • Conduct periodic searches of inmate cell, personal effects, equipment, and food service area for contraband.
  • Instruct inmates in housekeeping and sanitation supervise the issuance of clothing and other personal effects to inmates.
  • Check inmate mail for possible contraband * Supervise the issuance of clothing and other personal effects to inmates
  • Supervised the issuance of materials, equipment, and other personal effects to over 200 inmates.
  • Search clothing and personal effects of inmates, shakedown inmate living quarters and common areas.
  • Instruct inmates in housekeeping, sanitation, clothing and personal effects.
  • Oversee the issuance of clothing articles and personal effects to prisoners.
  • Monitor the issuance of clothing and other personal effects to inmates.
  • Maintained inventory of personal effects of inmates and stored items.
  • Supervised issuance of clothing and personal effects to inmates.
  • Supervised the issuance of clothing and other personal effects.
  • Drafted inventory reports on personal effects and state property.
  • Issued clothing and other personal effects to inmates.
  • Conducted investigations by searching personal effects, and by interviewing individuals who may have pertinent information.
  • Instruct inmates in housekeeping/sanitation Supervise the issuance of clothing/other personal effects to inmates.
  • Instructed inmates and maintain control in areas such as dining area Supervised the issuance of clothing and other personal effects to inmates
  • Supervised the issuance of clothing and other personal effects to inmates Made periodic patrol of quarters/work areas and initiated inmate counts
  • Process prisoners and their personal effects and process all paperwork pertaining to incarceration and release of inmates.

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32. Ensure Safety
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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Manage inmate populations in accordance with facility policies and procedures to ensure safety and security of detention center.
  • Supervised the daily activities of offenders while observing and recording behavior and movement to ensure safety and security.
  • Performed duties of Correctional Officer to ensure safety and security of the facility
  • Supervised construction crew during facility expansion to ensure safety of the inmates, and to prevent contraband from entering facility.
  • Maintain control of the public during tours or public access events to ensure safety of public and inmates.
  • Protected the community through the supervision of inmates and enforcement of written rules and regulations to ensure safety.
  • Monitor and supervise inmates within the facility to ensure safety of staff, inmates and the public.
  • Make and adjust assignments to ensure safety and security of the institution.
  • Conducted routine searches of inmates' property and persons to ensure safety.
  • Conduct searches in order to ensure safety of prison inmates and officials.
  • Patrolled the premises regularly to ensure safety of employees and visitors.
  • Patrolled floors to ensure safety and behavior of inmates.
  • Search inmates and their cells regularly to ensure safety.
  • Inspected equipment to ensure safety or proper functioning.
  • Conduct searches and head counts to ensure safety.
  • Maintain order and ensure safety and security.
  • Operated control picket to ensure safety.
  • Monitor and secure inmates - Ensure safety around the entire facility.
  • Inspect inmate cells for paraphernalia Ensure safety for inmates and guards by enforcing safety protocols Patrol the 252 bed minimum security prison
  • conduct routine patrol of facility to ensure safety and security of inmates *Transport inmates to court or hospital visits.

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33. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Supervised and maintained a civilized orderly and safe environment.
  • Supervised The Adult Detainees Provided a Safe Environment For the Inmates Provided A Safe Environment For the Community Administered Medication Transported Inmates
  • Maintained constant patrol, secured any disturbances, kept safe environments for inmates, and reported any and all conflict.
  • Manage control of prison population * Maintain a safe environment during prison transport * Using the correct radio voice procedure
  • Ensured safe environment within secured areas of facility for staff, visitors, and inmates housed within the facility.
  • Enforced rules and regulations set by the state and facility to maintain a safe environment.
  • Maintained a safe environment for offenders and Officers during a 14 hour shift daily.
  • Maintained a safe environment while dealing with inmates and inmate interactions with one another.
  • Performed security checks and search procedures that helped maintain a safe environment.
  • Maintained a secure and safe environment for inmates assigned to the unit.
  • Provide a safe environment without endangering private citizens, staff or property.
  • Work with security team to provide safe environment for staff and inmates.
  • Provided for the safe environment of detainees/inmates and officers alike.
  • Provide secure and safe environment for staff and offenders.
  • Protected inmates and maintained a safe environment.
  • Maintain a secure and safe environment.
  • Monitor inmates movements Provide a safe environment for inmates
  • Provided security for the inmates and staff Maintained a safe environment for inmates and staff
  • Provided custody and control of the facility Maintained a safe environment for all inmates Kept accurate count of inmates in cell house
  • Maintained a safe environment in a medium security risk, adult male prison facility in San Bernardino County.

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34. Screen Visitors
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Here's how Screen Visitors is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Guarded facility entrance to screen visitors, monitored closed circuit televisions and alarm systems.
  • Secure penitentiary facilities and screen visitors.
  • Guard entrance of jail to screen visitors and prepare written report concerning incidences of inmate disturbances or injuries.
  • Use computer software to screen visitors, find out court dates, and also to find inmate locations.
  • Screen visitors to ascertain if authorized and grant or deny admission on judgment of perceived security risk.
  • Guarded facility entrance to screen visitors, inspected locks, doors, and gates to prevent escapes.
  • Guarded facility entrances to screen visitors and maintain records of prisoners' identification and charges.
  • Guarded the facility entrances to screen visitors and Officers entering and exiting the Facility.
  • Guard entrance of jail to screen visitors, answer phones, and file paperwork.
  • Screen visitors and incoming mail to ensure contraband is not brought into the facility.
  • Guarded entrance of jail to screen visitors to eliminate contraband from entering the facility.
  • Guard facility entrances to screen visitors and inspect mail for the presence of contraband.
  • Manned the front entrance of the prison to screen visitors.
  • Provide security to entrances, perimeters and screen visitors.
  • Screen visitors and residents that come into the residence.
  • Guarded entrance of jail to screen visitors.
  • Guard facility entrances to screen visitors.
  • Screen visitors on the premises.
  • guarded facility entrances in order to screen visitors.executed daily operations of the facility.
  • Screen visitors to the facility in a professional manner.

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35. Chemical Agents
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Here's how Chemical Agents is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Restrain, secure, or control offenders, using chemical agents, firearms, or other weapons of force as necessary.
  • Responded to emergencies such as first aid, uses of force and escapes utilizing chemical agents and firearms to control offenders.
  • Certified in weapon qualification of .223 caliber rifle, .38 revolver, 12 gauge shotgun, chemical agents and long batons.
  • Responded to emergencies as needed, sometimes requiring use of force, including chemical agents and firearms to control offenders.
  • Respond to emergencies and the use of force continuum with chemical agents, handcuffs and firearms to control offenders.
  • Used secure measurements to control inmates by using chemical agents, firearms, and other weapons of force when needed
  • Issued all keys and other security equipment to include radios, weapons, handcuffs, and chemical agents.
  • Controlled inmates using force and/or deadly force, including the use of chemical agents and weapons.
  • Handled and Managed the turning in of Chemical Agents and equipment at the end of shift.
  • Trained to use deadly force including the use of chemical agents and firearms to gain/maintain control.
  • Implement use of force to include batons, chemical agents, and explosive/incendiary devices.
  • Use force when required to include physical force, and chemical agents.
  • Report Writing Chemical Agents Self Defense, Baton, Handcuff and communications
  • Use deadly force (firearms or chemical agents) when needed.
  • Trained in and safely employed departmental issued firearms and chemical agents.
  • Trained in the use of chemical agents (CS, CN and HC).
  • Restrained, secured and controlled offenders, using approved chemical agents, firearms or other weapons.
  • Armed patrol, chemical agents, tactical response team, cpr and basic first aid
  • Trained with Electronic Restraining Device (stungun) Chemical Agents.
  • use of firearms and chemical agents when needed.

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Here's how Conduct Shakedowns is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Conduct shakedowns for contraband materials.
  • Search offenders, vehicles and conduct shakedowns of all areas for valuables and contraband, such as weapons or drugs.
  • Conduct shakedowns for contraband materials & serves as a member of special teams that respond to emergencies as required.
  • Search prisoners and vehicles and conduct shakedowns of cells for valuables and contraband, such as order among prisoners.
  • Conduct shakedowns of cells and common areas for contraband, weapons, and other potential hazards.
  • Search prisoners and vehicles and conduct shakedowns of cells lockers and valuables for any contraband.
  • Search prisoners and vehicles and conduct shakedowns of cells for contraband like weapons or drugs.
  • Conduct shakedowns of cells for valuables and contraband, such as weapons or drugs.
  • Conduct shakedowns for weapons, supervision of inmates while carrying out daily jobs.
  • Search prisoners and conduct shakedowns of cells for contraband such as weapons.
  • Conduct shakedowns of recreational, dining, and visitation areas.
  • Conduct shakedowns and search the inmates living areas and property.
  • Conduct shakedowns and inspections of offenders housing units as needed.
  • Search prisoners and vehicles and conduct shakedowns of cells.
  • Conduct shakedowns (cell and common area searches).
  • Conduct shakedowns of cells for valuables and contraband.
  • Conduct shakedowns of offenders and offender housing.
  • Conduct shakedowns and cell extractions for contraband.
  • Conduct shakedowns of cells and searches of inmates to help control the movement and distrubution of all contraband.
  • Search prisoners and vehicles and conduct shakedowns ofcells for valuables and contraband, such as w-eapons or drugs.

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37. Strip Searches
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Here's how Strip Searches is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Conducted counts, Strip Searches, Escorted inmates, Random Searches on inmate living area, Reports/ Incidents.
  • Conducted strip searches, pat downs, and living quarter searches for dangerous and nuisance contraband.
  • Trained in pat and strip searches, area searches of inmate quarters, and perimeter checks.
  • Performed shakedowns, pat searches and strip searches in order to keep contraband under control.
  • Performed security checks of buildings and grounds, including shakedowns and strip searches of inmates.
  • Instructed new correctional officers on proper cell searches as well as pat/strip searches.
  • Investigated and reported unusual circumstances; conduct pat and/or strip searches on prisoners.
  • Conduct searches for contraband materials including pat and strip searches of inmates.
  • Conduct Offender frisk and strip searches, as well as room searches.
  • Conducted daily counts, monthly fire drills and conduct strip searches/frisk searches.
  • Conducted head counts, shakedowns, security checks and strip searches.
  • Conducted pat searches, cavity searches, and strip searches.
  • Conduct pat and/or strip searches of prisoners and visitors.
  • Conduct pat/strip searches, locker and cell searches regularly.
  • Performed pat down and strip searches of inmates.
  • Conduct pat and strip searches of detainees.
  • Perform physical and strip searches.
  • Conduct a 20 point frisk search, as well as strip searches.
  • Observe actions, conduct pat and strip searches, restraining and securing sometimes assaultive offenders.
  • Perform pat and frisk, strip searches, and room searches on a daily basis.

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38. Emergency Measures
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Here's how Emergency Measures is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Maintained and demonstrated proficiency in the use of equipment and emergency measures; maintained knowledge of communication and other electronic equipment.
  • Maintain and demonstrate proficiency in the use and care of firearms, restraint methods, equipment and emergency measures.
  • Maintain a record of equipment, supplies and other items* Restraint methods and equipment and emergency measures
  • Demonstrated proficiency in the use and care of firearms, defensive tactics, and emergency measures.
  • Exemplified proficiency in using fire arms, restraint methods equipment, and emergency measures.
  • Perform first aid and employ emergency measures until the arrival of proper authorities.
  • Well versed in emergency measures and the use of communication equipment.
  • Remain abreast of all safety, security and emergency measures.
  • Maintain control and discipline including proficiency in the use of restraint methods, restraining devices and emergency measures.

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39. Fellow Officers
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Here's how Fellow Officers is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Supervised inmates and enforced facility rules with fellow officers while maintaining a professional, positive and courteous attitude.
  • Maintain accountability and security of inmates and fellow officers also protect public by preventing escapes.
  • Assisted in maintaining safety and security of inmate population and fellow officers.
  • Provide a physical and psychological safe environment for inmates and fellow officers.
  • Relayed instructions to fellow officers via radio communication.
  • Ensured fellow officers followed company policies and procedures.
  • Protect the public from incarcerated criminals, protect fellow officers from inmates and protect inmates from other inmates at all times.
  • Maintain a safe, professional work environment for residents, non-uniformed staff, and fellow officers.
  • Type, review, file and document reports and activities for both fellow officers and inmates.
  • Handle critical and stressful situations one on one or with fellow officers assisting.
  • Ensured a safe environment for inmates as well as fellow officers on shift.
  • Assist Fellow officers in escorts, searches, and any transportation.
  • Worked with fellow officers to deescalate hostile situations between inmates daily.
  • Assisted instructors and fellow officers with any problems that may occur.
  • Ensured the safety of 101 inmates and fellow officers per protocol
  • Assured safety of the community, fellow officers and inmates.
  • Assisted fellow officers as needed.
  • Organized community fundraising activities and solicited participation by fellow officers.
  • Communicate thoroughly with fellow officers, local authorities, and E.M.T's.
  • Radio Skills using Radio ten codes to communicate with fellow Officers

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40. Log Book
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Here's how Log Book is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Sign log books such as tool control, caustic, post orders, and properly log in movement log book.
  • Performed daily head counts of inmates, fill out log book information to have record of inmate accountability.
  • Log book are maintained which contains all activities within the unit which houses 64 to 96 detainees.
  • Read and write short notes into log book in order to communicate information between shifts.
  • File paperwork, make appointments, answer phones and keep a very detailed log book.
  • Maintain fire safety and sanitation, log books, keys along with other sensitive items.
  • Supervised inmate population and provided security, maintained log books and kept records.
  • Maintained accurate log books and head count of the movement of the detainees.
  • Prepare disciplinary reports and maintain the activity log books for each unit.
  • Report observations to supervisor and make documents into daily log book.
  • Controlled movement of inmates and kept a log book of activity.
  • Maintain control of the log book while regularly updating it.
  • Keep a log book of all inmate activities in area.
  • Prepared inmate records and maintained log books for units.
  • Maintain necessary records to include log books.
  • Report writing and maintain daily log books.
  • Maintained security, log books, reports
  • Completed daily log books, and issued incident reports for crimes that were commited in the Federal Prison.
  • Maintain Log Books and Confidential Reports with clear, concise and accurate entries.
  • Job duties: supervising inmates, maintaing key control and log books.

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41. Electronic Equipment
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Here's how Electronic Equipment is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Inventory and inspected security equipment, operated telephones, electronic equipment, fingerprint equipment, cameras and fax machines.
  • Acquired and maintained knowledge of specialized communication and electronic equipment.
  • Sustain a knowledge of communication and other electronic equipment.
  • Maintain knowledge of communication and other electronic equipment.
  • Maintained working knowledge of radio and electronic equipment.
  • Maintain knowledge of security codes and electronic equipment.
  • Monitor inmates through surveillance and electronic equipment.
  • Followed strict security procedures for weapons, prison keys, inmate restraints, electronic equipment, and vehicles.
  • Maintain knowledge of communication and other electronic equipment; receive phone calls and direct them to appropriate offices.
  • Operated a variety of surveillance sensors, communications, data processing keyboard, and other electronic equipment.
  • Retain a record of equipment, supplies, and knowledge of communication and other electronic equipment.
  • Maintained all inventory logbooks of prison keys, electronic equipment, and inmate restraints.
  • Control entrance and exiting of personnel through CCTV and electronic equipment.
  • Maintain knowledge of communication and otherelectronic equipment.
  • Maintain knowledge of communication with all electronic equipments.Maintain proper security of inmates being transported.

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42. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Provided supervision for subordinate staff members and served as assistant shift supervisor.
  • Maintain Control Center for all 3 shifts, controlling the entire facility and the safety of up to 350 staff members.
  • Check inmates and surrounding areas for contraband which may be harmful to other inmates, other staff members, and myself.
  • Provided safe and secure environment at the Wyoming Honor Farm, while demonstrating professionalism towards inmates and other staff members.
  • Protect and maintain the security of myself, staff members, numerous inmates, and the facility.
  • Trained, coached and mentored staff members to ensure all policy and procedures are being implemented.
  • Worked well and communicated well with fellow staff members; also worked well on my own.
  • Ensured safety and security of both staff members and inmates in a large moderate-security prison.
  • Explain policy and procedures to fellow staff members, inmates, and the public.
  • Served as an AFSCME union steward representing staff members in grievances and disciplinary hearings.
  • Managed offenders and staff members in a fast paced, high stress environment.
  • Use portable two way radio to communicate to other officers and staff members.
  • Provided security and safety for all staff members and prisoners at all times.
  • Provided training for all staff members on safety and environmental related programs.
  • Back ground checks of potential visitors, volunteers and staff members.
  • Instructed other staff members in restrictive housing.
  • Ensured safety of nursing and fellow staff members
  • Assisted with training new staff members.
  • Care, Custody, and Control over male inmates Keep other staff members safe during high staff situations
  • Maintain security and custody control over all inmates * Supervise staff members * Set duty rosters and schedules

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43. Institutional Rules
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Here's how Institutional Rules is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Supervised inmates during meals, personal hygiene and related activities for performance of institutional rules, regulations and procedures.
  • Advised juvenile offenders regarding institutional rules and regulations, maintained security, and enforced facility rules.
  • Informed and explained institutional rules to inmates and Monitored visits between inmates and personal visitors.
  • Issue disciplinary reports to inmates for not following institutional rules and regulations.
  • Developed notice of infractions for violations of institutional rules.
  • Apprehended aggressive inmates violating institutional rules and regulations.
  • Instructed inmates on institutional rules and regulations.
  • Enforce institutional rules and Standard Operation Procedures.
  • Brief Detainees on institutional rules, procedures, and acceptable behavior during incarceration to include court procedures and appearances.
  • Inform with clarity the institutional rules and regulations of the AZ Department of Corrections and state statutes.
  • Informed, explained and enforced institutional rules and regulations in accordance with Correction Penal Law.
  • Enforce institutional rules and Standard Operation Procedures (SOP), and report infraction.
  • Counseled individuals and groups on institutional rules and listened to their complaints and concerns.
  • Major duties were to enforce institutional rules and regulations set up by the facility.
  • Informed with clarity and precision institutional rules to the new offenders.
  • Implement Institutional rules and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
  • Make written reports of violations of institutional rules.
  • Enforced institutional rules and prison policies and procedures.
  • Inform and explain institutional rules to inmates.
  • Manage Inmates Enforce Institutional rules and policies Self Defense Training PR24 Training Chemical Emissions Training Glock Firearms Course Cell Extraction Training

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44. Disruptive Behavior
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Here's how Disruptive Behavior is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Control and defuse disruptive behavior with appropriate verbal interventions and appropriated physical force when needed.
  • Demonstrate problem solving and interpersonal skills by diffusing disruptive behavior and anticipating potentially threatening situations.
  • Defused and controlled disruptive behavior with verbal intervention and necessary use of force.
  • Defuse disruptive behavior by verbal interventions and/or appropriate use of physical force.
  • Controlled and diffused disruptive behavior of inmates in maximum security unit.
  • Defused disruptive behavior through proper verbal and disciplinary interventions.
  • Control disruptive behavior by appropriate verbal orders.
  • Defuse disruptive behavior by verbal interventions.
  • Reconciled disruptive behavior between inmates.
  • Control disruptive behavior by giving appropriate verbal orders and/or appropriate use of physical force as prescribed in policy.
  • Defused disruptive behavior by verbal intervention and when necessary use the appropriate use of force to maintain order.
  • Build and maintain appropriate rapport with inmates and disuse disruptive behavior by appropriate counseling sessions.
  • Defuse disruptive behavior by verbal interventions to build and maintained appropriate rapport with inmates.
  • Control disruptive behavior by appropriate verbal orders and appropriate use of physical force.
  • Defuse and control disruptive behavior.
  • Supervised 2 Officers Defused disruptive behavior by verbal interventions.
  • Used Knowledge of Evidence Based Practices to control disruptive behavior Maintain & write accurate incident reports.
  • Diffused disruptive behavior by verbal interventions, and appropriate use of Physical force if necessary.
  • Remained vigilant, watching for violence, riots or disruptive behaviors...
  • Prepare and maintain forms and reports Facilitate rehabilitative programs Defuse disruptive behavior by verbal interventions.

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45. Facility Security
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Here's how Facility Security is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Enforced rules and regulations governing facility security, inmate accountability and performed searches to ensure judicial sanctions are carried out.
  • Enforce rules and regulations governing facility security, inmate accountability and inmate conduct.
  • Conducted correctional facility security in a State of Tennessee ran maximum security prison.
  • Enforced rules and regulations regarding inmate conduct, facility security and safety.
  • Executed facility security checks and quickly responded to any emergencies reported.
  • Maintained and analyzed detailed daily logs to improve facility security.
  • Facilitated and maintained all correctional facility security rules and mandates.
  • Supervised inmate visits and conducted facility security patrol duties.
  • Conduct daily perimeter inspections to ensure facility security.
  • Search for contraband and provide facility security.
  • Enforced rules and regulations governing facility security.
  • Provide and maintain facility security.
  • Respond to emergencies and medical issues among inmates or staff, and maintain preparedness to potential threats against overall facility security.
  • Maintain facility security via inmate pat downs, perimeter ground checks, identification verification, and report of contraband.
  • Monitor Incarcerated Inmates For: Well being, facility security, officer safety, and study inmate trends.
  • Verified facility security by inspecting plumbing, outside areas, locks and cells for potential hazards.
  • Ensured facility security by routinely inspecting buildings, living quarters, and packages for contraband.
  • Interact with inmates and staff, keep inmates and facility security.
  • Trained new staff, and monitored facility security system.
  • Managed Accountability/Supervision of Offenders Administered Policies/Procedures Maintained accurate logs Ensured Facility Security Applied Interpersonal Communication Skills Performed Report writing

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46. Proper Care
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Here's how Proper Care is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Instruct inmates in the proper care and use of institutional equipment, housekeeping, sanitation, and on the job safety.
  • Provide proper care and supervision of all offenders under assigned jurisdiction while assisting, as appropriate, their re-entry into society.
  • Provide proper care, custody, and control of all offenders under our jurisdiction in order to protect the public safety.
  • Maintain knowledge of communication and other electronic equipment and instruct inmates in the proper care and use of institutional equipment.
  • Trained Afghanistan National Army Soldiers on how to preform proper care, custody and control of over 450 detainees.
  • Provided proper care to inmates while in my custody and kept control of inmates in a correctional setting.
  • Supervised inmates with proper care and direction during meals, housing, recreation time, and medical order.
  • Provide proper care, custody and control of offenders while assisting their re-entry into society.
  • Communicate with inmates regarding institutional or emotional problems and direct them to the proper care.
  • Coordinate with medical staff and mental health for proper care of inmates.
  • Manage and supervise the proper care, custody and behavior of inmates.
  • Instruct inmates in the proper care and use of institutional equipment.
  • Ensured proper care and medical treatment of offenders.
  • Take proper care in use of weapons.
  • Attend roll- call and various training sessions; maintain proper care and maintenance of uniforms and equipment at all times.
  • Monitored inmates during shifts to properly maintain order and make sure all inmates equally received proper care and food.
  • Ensured the proper care/safety of the inmates was maintained in the Housing Unit by followingprogram statement and policy.
  • Exercise sound judgment, conduct training qualification exercises, and proper care and use of firearms.
  • Instructed inmates in the proper care and use of institutional equipment.Maintain master inmate location counts.
  • Provide proper care, custody, treatment, supervision and disipline of encarcerated inmates.

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47. Unusual Behavior
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Here's how Unusual Behavior is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Prevented crimes through careful observation and investigation of suspicious and unusual behavior.
  • Documented and reported disruptive disturbing unusual behavior, activity and security breaches.
  • Demonstrated constant alert for signs of disorder and unusual behavior among offenders
  • Detected unusual behavior and improper conduct or signs to eliminate conflict.
  • Observe inmates, and report any unusual behavior to supervisor immediately.
  • Monitored inmates, watched closely for any unusual behavior.
  • Monitor inmate unusual behavior and improper conduct.
  • Report any unusual behavior activities of offenders.
  • Observe and detect unusual behavior of inmates to maintain the safety of inmates, fellow officer s and state property.
  • Monitored offenders' daily activities, watching closely for unusual behavior, improper conduct and signs of possible conflict.
  • Ensured public safety by monitoring offenders, watching closely for unusual behavior, improper conduct or signs of conflict.
  • Observed the movement of prisoners watching closely for unusual behavior, improper conduct, and signs of conflict.
  • Monitor inmate behaviors to prevent crime and other dangerous activities, and to alert to unusual behaviors.
  • Monitor inmates, watching closely for unusual behavior, improper conduct or signs of conflict.
  • Monitor the inmates by closely looking out for any unusual behavior or signs of conflict.
  • Monitor inmates, for unusual behavior, and or signs of conflict.
  • Observe and report any unusual behavior including infractions of rules and regulations.
  • Noted and followed up on any unusual behavior.
  • Monitored all inmate movement of the facility and documenting unusual behavior while providing perimeter security.
  • Documented all unusual behavior, distrubited mail and monitored visits.

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48. Unusual Occurrences
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Here's how Unusual Occurrences is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Enforced rules/ regulations and reported any violations of rules or any unusual occurrences.
  • Submitted reports to immediate supervisor of unusual occurrences and rules violations.
  • Watched for indications of disturbances and unusual occurrences.
  • Reported security breaches and unusual occurrences.
  • Reported violations and unusual occurrences.
  • Responded to major unusual occurrences.
  • Maintain daily log of security breaches, disturbances, violations of rules, and any unusual occurrences for daily shift change.
  • Keep a daily record of inmate activities as well as report disturbances, violation of rules, and any unusual occurrences.
  • Report orally and in writing on inmate conduct, on security breaches, disturbances, violations of rules and unusual occurrences.
  • Completed reports and kept records of work progress, behaviors of inmates, infractions of rules of conduct and unusual occurrences.
  • Maintained daily record of inmate activities; report security breaches, disturbances, violations of rules, and any unusual occurrences.
  • Provide oral and written reports of work performed by inmates, inmate disturbances and rule violations, and unusual occurrences.
  • Document and report incidents or unusual occurrences, testify in court proceedings as required for District Attorney and Defense Attorneys.
  • Evaluate the quality and quantity of work performed by inmates, inmate disturbances, rule violations, and unusual occurrences.
  • Reported any security breaches, violations of rules, and any unusual occurrences to the officer in charge.
  • Provide supervisors with oral and written reports of inmate conditions, disturbances, rule violations, and unusual occurrences
  • Report security breaches, disturbances, violations of rules, and any unusual occurrences.
  • Investigate and report all unusual occurrences during my shift by detailed written reports.
  • Log all activities and report any unusual occurrences to supervisor.
  • Informed staff of any unusual occurrences.

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49. Entire Operation
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Here's how Entire Operation is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Maintained maser inmate accountability; setup and receive inmate counts and be familiar with the entire operation of the Control room.
  • Maintain master inmate location counts, setup and receive inmate counts and protect the entire operation of the Control Room.
  • Maintain master inmate location counts; setup and receive inmate counts and be familiar with the entire operation.
  • Maintain master inmate location counts; be familiar with the entire operation of the Control Room.
  • Initiated inmate counts and familiar with the entire operation of the Control Room.
  • Be familiar with the entire operation of the Control Room.
  • Lead entire operation of Control Room.
  • Supervised and maintained inmate location count; setup and received counts and becamefamiliar with the entire operations for the Control Room.

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50. County Jail
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Here's how County Jail is used in Correction Officer jobs:
  • Process or book convicted individuals into confinement/ county jail.
  • Served on a Mercer Emergency Response Team to respond to varied emergency / riotous situations at county jails.
  • Managed, supervised, and assisted inmates in the Shelby County Jail in all aspects of their incarceration.
  • Maintained order within Salt Lake County Jails' enforcing rules and regulations to help ensure inmate compliance.
  • Maintained the safety and security of all visitors, staff and inmates of the Floyd County Jail.
  • Maintained the safety and security of inmates and visitors to the Washington County Jail.
  • Maintain the safety, security and good working order of the Wayne County Jail.
  • Job Duties-Security work in the County Jail/Annex, maintaining order and supervising prisoners.
  • Process or book, and fingerprint convicted individuals into the county jail.
  • Provide Safety and Security to the Jackson County Jail and the inmates.
  • Ensured the safety and security of the Douglas County Jail.
  • Processed county inmates in and out of county jail.
  • Transport probationers to and from the Harris County Jail.
  • Supervised adult offenders in the Ramsey County jail.
  • Obtained Texas County Jailer's License.
  • Averaged 24 hrs/1 week and 60hrs/ next week at the county jail.
  • Provide safety and security at Hamblen County Jail through direct supervision of inmates or through video monitoring.
  • Scheduled all inmate transportation between the Dearborn County Jail and other detention facilities.
  • Major Tipton(407)578-3510-Monitored and supervised incarcerated county jail inmates.
  • Supervised inmates in the Duchesne County Jail.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Correction Officer

Inmate Population

41.4%

Public Safety

10.9%

Correctional Facility

10.2%

Custody

6.1%

Supervisors Oral

5.5%

Prisoner Identification

4.5%

Emergency Situations

4.0%

Correctional Officer

3.1%

Security Checks

1.8%

Head Counts

1.8%

Daily Activities

1.4%

Periodic Patrols

1.3%

Incident Reports

1.2%

CPR

1.2%

Control Room

1.1%

Physical Restraint

1.0%

Recreational Activities

1.0%

Security Procedures

0.9%

Cell Searches

0.9%

Communication

0.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Correction Officer

Rank Skill
1 Inmate Population 35.8%
2 Public Safety 9.5%
3 Correctional Facility 8.8%
4 Custody 5.3%
5 Supervisors Oral 4.7%
6 Prisoner Identification 3.9%
7 Emergency Situations 3.5%
8 Correctional Officer 2.7%
9 Security Checks 1.5%
10 Head Counts 1.5%
11 Daily Activities 1.2%
12 Periodic Patrols 1.1%
13 Incident Reports 1.0%
14 CPR 1.0%
15 Control Room 1.0%
16 Physical Restraint 0.9%
17 Recreational Activities 0.8%
18 Security Procedures 0.8%
19 Cell Searches 0.8%
20 Communication 0.7%
21 Instruct Inmates 0.6%
22 Irregular Intervals 0.6%
23 Contraband Items 0.6%
24 Direct Supervision 0.6%
25 General Public 0.6%
26 Punitive Measures 0.6%
27 Ensure Security 0.6%
28 Disciplinary Reports 0.6%
29 Medical Appointments 0.6%
30 Defensive Tactics 0.5%
31 Personal Effects 0.5%
32 Ensure Safety 0.4%
33 Safe Environment 0.4%
34 Screen Visitors 0.4%
35 Chemical Agents 0.4%
36 Conduct Shakedowns 0.4%
37 Strip Searches 0.4%
38 Emergency Measures 0.4%
39 Fellow Officers 0.4%
40 Log Book 0.4%
41 Electronic Equipment 0.4%
42 Staff Members 0.3%
43 Institutional Rules 0.3%
44 Disruptive Behavior 0.3%
45 Facility Security 0.3%
46 Proper Care 0.3%
47 Unusual Behavior 0.3%
48 Unusual Occurrences 0.3%
49 Entire Operation 0.3%
50 County Jail 0.3%
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