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Erie County Prisons...Biggest Douche Guard?

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GhostTurd

Pittsburgh, PA

#1 Oct 12, 2010
Had to spend a little time at the ECP. Gotta tell you most guards were A-Okay. A couple were real douche bags. One in particular was the king of douches...Joe Ianello. Please weigh in!
Reason

Northfield, OH

#2 Oct 13, 2010
Best way to avoid him?

Pretty obvious.
juris prudence

United States

#3 Oct 13, 2010
GhostTurd wrote:
Had to spend a little time at the ECP. Gotta tell you most guards were A-Okay. A couple were real douche bags. One in particular was the king of douches...Joe Ianello. Please weigh in!
Is he the basketball official? If it is, he is am arrogant, pompous jerk who cheated on his wife with a 17 year old woman. He should probably be the one in jail. I think he graduated from Prep and now he's a "turnkey" - the Prep experience sure paid off for him. "What goes around, comes around"
Pete Best

Erie, PA

#4 Oct 13, 2010
Joe's a good guy. You just met him under clearly adverse conditions. Of your own making. It's not grade school. The teacher doesnt have to treat everyone nicely.
wow

Erie, PA

#5 Oct 13, 2010
pete if you know him so well is it the same guy who tries to ref hoops games? and did he really cheat on his wife with a little girl? if so he should be the one behind bars...molester!
Knuckles O Toole

United States

#6 Oct 13, 2010
Pete Best wrote:
Joe's a good guy. You just met him under clearly adverse conditions. Of your own making. It's not grade school. The teacher doesnt have to treat everyone nicely.
I think it stands to reason that a "teacher" who doesn't show respect doesn't deserve respect. The jail sentence is supposed to be the punishment. I challenge you to name where in the manual or judge's decision it says that a guard's disrespect is to be part of the punishment. Sometimes authority goes to peoples heads. And sometimes people aren't strong enough inside to use authority respectfully for fear that they'll be taken advantage of or seen as ineffective.
Really

Richmond, VA

#7 Oct 13, 2010
Knuckles O Toole wrote:
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Sometimes authority goes to peoples heads. And sometimes people aren't strong enough inside to use authority respectfully for fear that they'll be taken advantage of or seen as ineffective.
Well said. The Stanford Prison Experiment is a perfect example of the disconnect between guards and inmates.

http://www.prisonexp.org/
Pete Best

Erie, PA

#8 Oct 13, 2010
Knuckles O Toole wrote:
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I think it stands to reason that a "teacher" who doesn't show respect doesn't deserve respect. The jail sentence is supposed to be the punishment. I challenge you to name where in the manual or judge's decision it says that a guard's disrespect is to be part of the punishment. Sometimes authority goes to peoples heads. And sometimes people aren't strong enough inside to use authority respectfully for fear that they'll be taken advantage of or seen as ineffective.
I dont argue with anything you said, but the ex-con complained about him being a douche bag, not about showing him grave disrespect. Hell, I know a lot of douche bags. That doesnt mean they ever treated me badly. Dont confuse the issue or make it more than what the guy said. Maybe the "cool" guards are the ones that slide a little on the manual and the douche bags are the ones that follow it to a T. If you've served in the military you'll know what I mean. Most of the douche bag officers were the ones that did everything by the book. The ones that I liked were the ones that let me slide once in awhile. Its all perspective man.

As for the other, I dont pay much attention to who other people are banging. But I agree, if someone has proof that some old geeser is banging an underage girl, he should present that evidence to the police right away. Don't condone such activity through your silence.

Have a nice day.
ted p

Stow, OH

#9 Oct 13, 2010
How does all the contraband get into the jails if the "correction officers" are not themselves criminally corrupt?
Parks

Erie, PA

#10 Oct 13, 2010
ted p wrote:
How does all the contraband get into the jails if the "correction officers" are not themselves criminally corrupt?
Someone stole the 4 wheeler from Erie County Prison.
Really Really

Erie, PA

#11 Oct 25, 2010
Really wrote:
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Well said. The Stanford Prison Experiment is a perfect example of the disconnect between guards and inmates.
http://www.prisonexp.org/
A study from 1971....almost 40 years ago, done by students that was only lasted six days. Alot has changed in corrections over the last 40 years. The environment is not nearly as it was in the past. The training of staff, federal regulations and general rules have all been overhauled, along with the newer construction that promotes general safety for inmates and staff. Video surveillance captures all. There are no rogue officers running around. If someone feels they were mistreated in some way by officers or other inmates, there was a reason for it. It just doesn't happen. Also a claim of mistreatment does not mean that there was any mistreatment, just that someone didn't like what happened.

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