Passing It Along: Wisdom from Corrections Staff – Volume 1

A student from last semester was in a quandary. He hated the negative media portrayals (of corrections staff). In December I gave him your book … to balance out the negativity….  He called it a book that all students should read.  Normally poker-faced, this military veteran turned student was absolutely animated.

Joe Bouchard, Corrections Instructor and Author

2017-02-15T14:03:20+00:00

Joe Bouchard, Corrections Instructor and Author

A student from last semester was in a quandary. He hated the negative media portrayals (of corrections staff). In December I gave him your book … to balance out the negativity….  He called it a book that all students should read.  Normally poker-faced, this military veteran turned student was absolutely animated.

This booklet provides real life experiences from folks who have walked in your shoes and truly get what you do. I believe the experiences shared here can be of benefit for staff just starting on their correctional journey, and also serve as a reminder for staff who have done their time.

—Pamela J Ploughe, Warden (Retired), Colorado Department of Corrections

2016-05-23T15:09:19+00:00

—Pamela J Ploughe, Warden (Retired), Colorado Department of Corrections

This booklet provides real life experiences from folks who have walked in your shoes and truly get what you do. I believe the experiences shared here can be of benefit for staff just starting on their correctional journey, and also serve as a reminder for staff who have done their time.

A great book, full of valuable insights and useful information. A must read for new and experienced correctional professionals alike.

—Lt. Brent Parker, Fremont County Sheriff's Office; Colorado Department of Corrections (retired)

2016-05-23T15:11:08+00:00

—Lt. Brent Parker, Fremont County Sheriff's Office; Colorado Department of Corrections (retired)

A great book, full of valuable insights and useful information. A must read for new and experienced correctional professionals alike.

This volume tells the frank truth about “criminal justice,” and I do not mean the “PC” version, but the honest, day to day life of loyal, dedicated, selfless professionals who serve and protect our society.... The application of this information from the newbie to the seasoned veteran can help promote healthy public safety for the inmates, personnel, and the society at large.

—Ron Sands, LMHC, CEAP, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (retired)

2016-05-23T15:12:06+00:00

—Ron Sands, LMHC, CEAP, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (retired)

This volume tells the frank truth about “criminal justice,” and I do not mean the “PC” version, but the honest, day to day life of loyal, dedicated, selfless professionals who serve and protect our society.... The application of this information from the newbie to the seasoned veteran can help promote healthy public safety for the inmates, personnel, and the society at large.

For those who walk the walk and complete the circle of law enforcement that lies deep within the shadows: these articles are written for you. They are written by front line warriors who have shared in our battle, both mentally and physically. And within these articles we find some rarely spoken truth about our profession.

—Anthony Gangi, host of Tier Talk and Corrections One columnist

2016-05-23T15:14:06+00:00

—Anthony Gangi, host of Tier Talk and Corrections One columnist

For those who walk the walk and complete the circle of law enforcement that lies deep within the shadows: these articles are written for you. They are written by front line warriors who have shared in our battle, both mentally and physically. And within these articles we find some rarely spoken truth about our profession.

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Book Chapters:

1. How It All Began

2. New Officer on the Block 

3. Presence 

4. Doing the Right Thing 

5. I Stand Corrected 

6. Being an Encourager 

7. Swimming in the Cesspool 

8. Two Paths to Correctional Fatigue 

9. Path to Self-care 

10. One Year Smoke Free! 

11. Emergency Preparedness for the Heart 

12. Cut or Culled from the Heard

13. A Solid Partner

14. Down Time

15. What’s Better About Me as a Person as a Result of Working in Corrections?

16. Of What Qualities Are Effective Corrections Staff Comprised?

17. In Closing 

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