SECC Corrections Officer -- Job Question
Posted in the Sikeston Forum
#1 Sep 28, 2011
I am on the register for C.O. but I have recently heard they have extremely high staff turnovers...
Is the staff turnover really that bad; and if so, why?
Do the supervisers make in unbearable, or what?
(please provide information, not attacks on others)
#2 Sep 28, 2011
Imagine working as an adult daycare worker for violent and combative adults. Non-stop childish, manipulative nonsense all day, all night, paired with low pay and the continual chance / threat of being slashed / stabbed and killed.
If you really subjectively look at the job you'll see the reason for the high turn-over rate.
#3 Sep 29, 2011
have at it , said it correctly
#4 Sep 29, 2011
ppl have stated for quite some time that the employees that you work with are actually worse than the inmates themselves. i wouldnt go by things posted on here though. give it a try. worse you could do is quit later.
#5 Sep 29, 2011
I retired as a Sgt from doc and I had more trouble with admin and staff than offenders. The job is a good one and has a good retirement. Go for it.
#6 Dec 8, 2013
I just went through the testing for CO1 for Missouri. Passed everything, had my interview and passed the agility test. They have contacted my employer and I was wandering how long the process takes. The paper I received stated 2 to 4 weeks. yesterday was 4 weeks and still no letter received, so I am wandering if late is good or bad news? Thank you Chris
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