PERS-313 does not update online "Corporate Data" (i.e. ODC, OSR, PSR, NSIPS, ESR, etc.). For ODC. OSR, PSR corrections, refer to the Point of Contact Listing in Appendix E of the Manual of Navy Officer Manpower and Personnel Classifications, Volume II, NAVPERS 15839I. For NSIPS and ESR corrections, contact your servicing Personnel Office.
BOP Uniforms. Quartermaster strives to ensure our correctional officers and FBOP staff are dressed in a professional yet functional uniform. With the variety of responsibilities, ranks and assignments that BOP personnel have, there are different styles of uniforms that are worn.
Competitive Pay. Pay is based on the type of work you will perform and your location. For example, a correctional officer in a major metropolitan area would receive special Locality Pay at a Law Enforcement Officer rate.
Aug 15, 2019 · In order to help dispel some of this speculation, UncoverDC spoke with Scott Lyon, a 25-year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) who retired last October, and has held positions from Correctional Officer, to Captain. Captains are responsible for supervising all corrections officers as well as the security of the facilities they oversee.
In January 2010, the D. Ray James Correctional Facility was awarded a contract to house adult males sentenced by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). The current facility delivers all levels of services providing an environment for prisoners working their way through the judicial system.
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A correctional officer is a law enforcement worker who monitors inmates and enforces rules at jails, prisons and youth correctional facilities. Their specific duties include patrolling a facility, observing inmates in-person or via surveillance cameras and explaining facility rules to new inmates.
To be considered at the GS-05 level, requires successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in any field leading to a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. You must have at least 3 years of full-time general experience, one of which is equivalent to the GS-04 grade level, or one year of specialized experience. This experience must demonstrate the aptitude for acquiring knowledge and skills required for correctional work.