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March 11, 2021 at 10:11 am #5651AnonymousInactive0000
What does the future look like in corrections?March 11, 2021 at 10:13 am #5652AnonymousInactive0000
This job will need to be human centered and human operated for the foreseeable future. It isn’t going anywhere, but it is always evolving.
Lieutenant of Jail Operations
Crow Wing County JailMarch 11, 2021 at 10:27 am #5653AnonymousInactive0000
I believe that there will always be positions for correctional officers, as I cant see a robot doing what we do. But who know, we are living in 2021 now where anything is possible.
Crow Wing County JailMarch 11, 2021 at 10:28 am #5654AnonymousInactive0000
There will be many changes in our work because of changes in technology.
Crow Wing County JailMarch 11, 2021 at 10:34 am #5655AnonymousInactive0000
Fortunately for us, change in our profession is not a new concept. Police practices are constantly influenced and impacted by change. The U.S. Constitution is a living document, adapting as our Supreme Court changes the way it views and interprets the meaning of our laws. Our state and local laws are constantly changing as existing laws are repealed and new legislation is passed. I’ve personally witnessed many of these changes during my career.
Crime reduction strategies such as community policing, problem-oriented policing and data-driven policing are all products of the civil protests and riots, corrections and mental health reforms. Law Enforcement scientific approaches will be used to study and reduce crime.
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