The book traces the experiences of the author over thirty-three years of employment in the field of Corrections. The evolution of prison advancement and changes are discussed through the years, as well as individual inmate cases, both male and female. The author was employed at multiple institutions as a correctional officer, vocational instructor, classroom teacher, personnel worker, sentence specialist, and classification officer. Explanations of gaintime, release programs, custody levels, inmate manipulation, and inmate and employee behavior are explored at length. The book concludes with a dictionary, of the slang, of the nation-wide inmate culture. An invaluable training tool for those seeking employment in a law enforcement field.
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About the Author
The author, Steve Christlieb, has an education level of a B.A. degree from the University of Central Florida. He has lived most of his life in the South and Central Florida area, with his wife and son. Most of his adult life, he has resided in prison staff areas. Besides being a free-lance writer, he officiates high school volleyball, and teaches part-time at the College of Central Florida , in the Criminal Justice Academy located in Ocala, FL.