How much do jailers get paid?

How much do jailers get paid?

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curious

Hutchinson, MN

#1 May 2, 2010
This is not a hate topic, but I'm sure someone will turn it into one, but before that happens, I was wanting to know what the pay rate is for the correctional officers.

Also, are the officers bonded and allowed to carry off duty?

Thanks.
yeah

Fremont, CA

#2 May 16, 2010
i would like to know as well
informed

Crossville, TN

#3 May 17, 2010
top secret,info is classified and unobtainable without a level 4 security clearance filed on a ID-10-t form and delevered with a ba-1100-n form
Some people

United States

#4 May 17, 2010
informed wrote:
top secret,info is classified and unobtainable without a level 4 security clearance filed on a ID-10-t form and delevered with a ba-1100-n form
just can't help being a-holes!
Duh

Tioga, ND

#5 May 17, 2010
curious wrote:
This is not a hate topic, but I'm sure someone will turn it into one, but before that happens, I was wanting to know what the pay rate is for the correctional officers.
Also, are the officers bonded and allowed to carry off duty?
Thanks.
Which correction officers? State? County? and myself being a state corrections officer carry nothing more than a good ol can of freeze+p. So exacally what are you asking? It appears you really dont know.
curious

Absecon, NJ

#6 May 17, 2010
Duh wrote:
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Which correction officers? State? County? and myself being a state corrections officer carry nothing more than a good ol can of freeze+p. So exacally what are you asking? It appears you really dont know.
I'm also a correctional officer with the state, and it appears that you are clueless to begin with. Given the fact that I was stating JAILERS (to begin with) on the Crossville topix, it appears that I was asking about the county. Why would I even ask about pay rates of state employs knowing that is listed online anyways?

As for the question, did you noticed the key words? "Bonded" and "Carry". You do understand what it means correct? But since it's apparent that you don't, I was asking if they are bonded and allowed to carry their weapon off duty.

Spend a little more time with the state and educate yourself a bit.
Trycalling

Crossville, TN

#7 May 18, 2010
curious wrote:
This is not a hate topic, but I'm sure someone will turn it into one, but before that happens, I was wanting to know what the pay rate is for the correctional officers.
Also, are the officers bonded and allowed to carry off duty?
Thanks.
Why don't you call the finance dept of cumberland county if you want to know the pay rate. Its public record. And while your letting your fingers do the walking call the Sheriffs Dept and ask if their corrections officers carry a gun off duty. I bet they have to have a gun carry permit just like everybody else.
Duh

United States

#8 May 18, 2010
curious wrote:
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I'm also a correctional officer with the state, and it appears that you are clueless to begin with. Given the fact that I was stating JAILERS (to begin with) on the Crossville topix, it appears that I was asking about the county. Why would I even ask about pay rates of state employs knowing that is listed online anyways?
As for the question, did you noticed the key words? "Bonded" and "Carry". You do understand what it means correct? But since it's apparent that you don't, I was asking if they are bonded and allowed to carry their weapon off duty.
Spend a little more time with the state and educate yourself a bit.
ok you say your a state corrections officer but the crap your comin up with is pretty stupid to ask and if you are a state C.O. where is the academy? name a few teachers? or a few of the C.O.'s dorms? bet you cant!!!!!
barney

Crossville, TN

#9 May 18, 2010
curious wrote:
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I'm also a correctional officer with the state, and it appears that you are clueless to begin with. Given the fact that I was stating JAILERS (to begin with) on the Crossville topix, it appears that I was asking about the county. Why would I even ask about pay rates of state employs knowing that is listed online anyways?
As for the question, did you noticed the key words? "Bonded" and "Carry". You do understand what it means correct? But since it's apparent that you don't, I was asking if they are bonded and allowed to carry their weapon off duty.
Spend a little more time with the state and educate yourself a bit.
county correction officers....not jailers they r picky about that. Yes they can carry an off duty weapon if they qualify with one.
curious

Chapel Hill, NC

#10 May 18, 2010
Duh wrote:
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ok you say your a state corrections officer but the crap your comin up with is pretty stupid to ask and if you are a state C.O. where is the academy? name a few teachers? or a few of the C.O.'s dorms? bet you cant!!!!!
How is it stupid if it is a legitimate question that is asked? Anderson County officers are bonded and allowed to carry, but only in Anderson County. Loudon County allows the carry in all other counties. It's up to the sheriff, therefore that's why I am asking. It's simply stupid to you, because you are clueless in the first place.

First of all, I don't have anything to prove to you. However, I'm going to, to make you look even more stupid.

The academy is in Tullahoma, it's 6 weeks long. Jordan and Thompson are/were the armory instructors. As well as the CERT team trainers. Crownover sometimes helps. I can't remember the name of the dorm we stay in for in-service but I will do you one better and describe which one it is, one of them is where the mock cells are for the new trainees. The other one is beside it (not the one where the clinic is), going away from the cafeteria. I've stayed in both. The building on the opposite part of the yard, closest to the cafeteria, is used for male trainees.(You know, the rooms that you can stand up and touch each wall). I started working at Brushy when David Mills was warden the first time, then Jim Worthington took over. Then David Mills came back from West Tn, and became warden again for quite a while, up until a couple of months ago. It looks like you have have lost that bet. Want to try again?
Duh

Spring Branch, TX

#11 May 18, 2010
curious wrote:
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How is it stupid if it is a legitimate question that is asked? Anderson County officers are bonded and allowed to carry, but only in Anderson County. Loudon County allows the carry in all other counties. It's up to the sheriff, therefore that's why I am asking. It's simply stupid to you, because you are clueless in the first place.
First of all, I don't have anything to prove to you. However, I'm going to, to make you look even more stupid.
The academy is in Tullahoma, it's 6 weeks long. Jordan and Thompson are/were the armory instructors. As well as the CERT team trainers. Crownover sometimes helps. I can't remember the name of the dorm we stay in for in-service but I will do you one better and describe which one it is, one of them is where the mock cells are for the new trainees. The other one is beside it (not the one where the clinic is), going away from the cafeteria. I've stayed in both. The building on the opposite part of the yard, closest to the cafeteria, is used for male trainees.(You know, the rooms that you can stand up and touch each wall). I started working at Brushy when David Mills was warden the first time, then Jim Worthington took over. Then David Mills came back from West Tn, and became warden again for quite a while, up until a couple of months ago. It looks like you have have lost that bet. Want to try again?
lol yes you got me and good to lol. one is the tye building thats to the right of the cafe and jordan is an awesome guy i usually just refer to him as "Stone cold" were only alloud to carry mace and i think it would be idiotic for a corrections to carry a fire arm for the simple fact that we could be overtaken and it taken away cause at most times its me and up 17 inmates ive never seen first hand a CO carring a fire arm in a county jail maybe it happens but usually even the officers have to check their fire arms at the door in a lock box some of my other fav teachs are lyons and petty i was class 511-08 cant tell you much more than that lol sorry first picked you to be a poser but i was wrong.
curious

Chapel Hill, NC

#12 May 18, 2010
Duh wrote:
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lol yes you got me and good to lol. one is the tye building thats to the right of the cafe and jordan is an awesome guy i usually just refer to him as "Stone cold" were only alloud to carry mace and i think it would be idiotic for a corrections to carry a fire arm for the simple fact that we could be overtaken and it taken away cause at most times its me and up 17 inmates ive never seen first hand a CO carring a fire arm in a county jail maybe it happens but usually even the officers have to check their fire arms at the door in a lock box some of my other fav teachs are lyons and petty i was class 511-08 cant tell you much more than that lol sorry first picked you to be a poser but i was wrong.
Actually, I need to apologize for being a dick. Anyways, Jordan is great. We tased him during our pre-service training back in the day. During in-service, I don't really pay attention to anything except the clock.

As for the carrying, no, officers shouldn't be allowed to carry around inmates, on the compound (or in jails)(Except of course transport runs). I was just wondering if those in Cumberland County can carry off duty, like for example, I'm off from work, and I want to go to Walmart. A lot of counties allow you to do that, as long as you have your badge. Some don't allow it.

Which prison do you work at?
curious

Chapel Hill, NC

#13 May 18, 2010
Again, sorry. I get in this quick defensive mode all the time on here. Plus I had just done my 8, and was in a pissy mood. You know how that goes. Plus I think I didn't clearly explain what I was trying to ask.
Duh

Spring Branch, TX

#14 May 18, 2010
curious wrote:
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Actually, I need to apologize for being a dick. Anyways, Jordan is great. We tased him during our pre-service training back in the day. During in-service, I don't really pay attention to anything except the clock.
As for the carrying, no, officers shouldn't be allowed to carry around inmates, on the compound (or in jails)(Except of course transport runs). I was just wondering if those in Cumberland County can carry off duty, like for example, I'm off from work, and I want to go to Walmart. A lot of counties allow you to do that, as long as you have your badge. Some don't allow it.
Which prison do you work at?
My post befor was suppoe to be the rye building not tye. I don't work at Brushy but if i put my class and what fac. i work at i may be easily pointed out so we will just leave it at that and yea those dorms are horrible with the radiator heat man i always come home messed up and some how i always get my inservice during the winter man it sucks. hey no hard fealings trust me i completly understand and i also am the same way (always to judgemental)
Duh

Spring Branch, TX

#15 May 18, 2010
and what about teddy you ever have to listen to his lies man he cant tell the truth for lieing lol hes a character plus he cant stand for longer than a min lol

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