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One Arkansas Department of Correction official - mental health administrator Bob Parker - will apply for a waiver to continue using a state-owned car to commute from his home in Sheridan to his office in Pine Bluff, a department spokesman said.
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#1 Nov 1, 2010
Mr. Parker, is on 24 hour call in case of inmate suicides or other emergencies. He is also a licensed hostage negotiator. He travels routinely to all the prisons in Arkansas. He does not prescribe meds as the other comment seems to insinuate. Also they want to know how to get his job. It is all about qualifications, education and working your way up. Former inmates need not apply. When these employees signed on in these job positions it was part of the hire package to be given a car to drive to and from work, and to the other job sites that are under their supervision as they are expected to respond at a minutes notice.
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