Dealing with people with different behaviors from different walks of life, especially those behind bars, is the most challenging task of all. As a two-decade experienced jail officer, having juggled several positions is a golden experience… a treasure. Because Jail is an avenue where an officer can become the mother, a sister, brother; a counselor, a doctor, and even a lawyer (well, of course some of us had been designated as Paralegal). But the most fascinating of all, are the stories of every lives of every individual inside the jail facilities. Though it is but natural for these individuals to feel so glum about the fate they have had, the stories that they share with US in the custodial field is a kaleidoscope….
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(Photos courtesy of azquotes.com & izquotes.com)
What these photos are telling….. Jails does not only cater sane people… With my experience, we have had mentally-challenged under our care and it has been all too overwhelming to take care of different behavioral patterns.
(Sonni’s note: This article has special importance to me because of what I know Jamie has been through suffering with epilepsy. In addition, every inmate suffers when dealing with any medical illness, even when critical. No one would ever allow their own family member be treated with the lack of care inmates deal with. You […]
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