Unusual situation>>what's your opinion?
SJ: I am the kitchen manager/correction officer for a small jail and I have developed an anaphylaxtic reaction (throat closing) to pepper spray. It happen about a year ago and last week. I went to the Dr. the first time and got an epi pen, hoping that it was a freak thing anyway. But now it appears that it isnt. After a Dr. appt this last time a letter was written that I should avoid/limit my exposure to pepper spray.
Cybercrime and Corrections: Predictions for 2012By Art Bowker, Cybercrime Specialist
Well it is time from my first post of the year and I have decided that 2012 predictions are in order. Last year I wrote about mobile phones in prisons and online drug sales, gambling, and victimization to name a few. Are these going to be topics in 2012? Regrettably, yes.
Let start with mobile phones in prisons. Last year I noted mobile phones were being used by prisoners to coordinate attacks including an attempted hit on a correctional officer. Charles Manson even had one in his cell. Within the last two months mobile phones were reportedly used during a coordinated attack by prisoners in a Georgia prison. Corrections Commission Brian Owens was reported as stating: full story
Also this week:
Licensed Practical Nurse – Wexford Health Sources – Danville, Illinois
The Licensed Practical Nurse is responsible for assisting in the delivery of patient care through the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Under the supervision of Registered Nurses, directs and guides patient teaching activities commensurate with education and demonstrated competencies.
quote of the week
"Determine that the thing can and shall be done, and then we will find the way."