Be a Corrections Officer!

Jul. 21/17

Correctional officers carry out critical work that is vital to fulfilling Adult Custody Division’s mission. They are responsible for maintaining the security and safety of inmates while consistently following Branch and centre policies, procedures and standards.
Correctional officers work directly with inmates in living units, programs and work settings at the centre and in the community. They supervise, direct and correct inmate behaviour and manage programs. Correctional officers assist with case management, facilitate core programs and perform a range of specialized duties. Generally, each correctional officer will rotate through a range of posts at the centre, carrying out somewhat different duties in each.
The entry rank and training position is security officer, a position that provides you with experience in a variety of settings. After successfully completing the required training, you will be promoted to correctional officer.

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