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    Exclamation Chain of Command in a Prison Facility

    Warden: (Emergencies) A working title for an administrative head who is responsible for a correctional facility or correctional center.

    Captain

    Lieutenant

    Sargent

    Commanding Officer

    "Shift Commander" (3) (Every shift has a Shift Commander / changed every 8 hours)
    Has the Authority to make decisions at the post he is at unless there are litigating circumstances then it is taking in front of the Warden.

    then they go by Acting (or) Fill In
    when one is missing the next one above them takes the position or who ever is assigned that duty

    who ever is assigned a duty when they have been giving the assignment they go by these names:

    Acting whatever position they were giving for the mean time the same with the

    Fill In: Whatever position they were giving for the one that is not there and they are filling in the position for them

    Some Prisons Only Have a Captain and a Lieutenant But All Prisons Have a Warden

    Administrative Head: The chief executive officer for a facility, center, division, office, or unit within the DOC organization

    Administrative Positions: Positions located within the facility which are identified and selected by the appropriate administrative head.

    Command and Control: Any DOC employee deployed to assist another agency under a mutual aid agreement will remain under the direct authority of a DOC supervisor in charge of the operation. Any DOC employees deployed to assist another agency under a mutual aid agreement will remain under the direct authority of a senior DOC employee in charge of the operation.
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    Exclamation Incarceration Visiting Staff

    These are Considered Government

    City Jail / Visitation Staff: Clerk and or Police

    County Jail / Visitation Staff: Deputy, Deputy Sheriff: Sheriff

    State Prison / Visitation Staff: Commanding Officers (CO'S), Visitation Supervisor (Who ever was put in that position) and a A Shift Commander if a problem arises it is taken in front of the Shift Commander he can either handle the situation or if needed (litigating circumstances) they take it in front of the Warden. Some have a Supervisor one person that is always in place because that is their position with the Facility, otherwise when they are rotating the CO's one of them is giving that position for the time being while visits are going on.

    Federal Prison / Visitation Staff: Commanding Officers (CO'S) There is a Lieutenant who is the Shift Commander and the Captain who runs the Facility.

    If any of these Facilities have problems it is the FED's that come to help, RIOTS and Such, if they are called for assistance the Federal Government can shut down anyone of these facilities if they deem necessary they can just walk in and close it down.
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    Exclamation Director

    Director, Adult Parole, Community Corrections, and the Youthful Offender System: The director of Adult Parole, Community Corrections, and Youthful Offender System, or designee. (250-11)


    Deputy Director of Prisons, Clinical Services: The chief executive for Clinical Services, as delegated by the executive director of the DOC, that has administrative responsibility for budget, personnel, [2-CO-4E-01] and department-wide health care, delivery, planning, and management. The incumbent, or designee, represents Clinical Services on system-wide policy making bodies and committees and represents the DOC to outside clinical-related organizations and institutions. Organizationally, the incumbent reports to the director of PrisonsDeputy Director of Clinical Services: The chief executive for Clinical Services, as delegated by the executive director of the DOC, that has administrative responsibility for budget, personnel, [2-CO-4E-01] and department-wide health care, delivery, planning, and management. The incumbent, or designee, represents Clinical Services on system-wide policy making bodies and committees and represents the DOC to outside clinical-related organizations and institutions. Organizationally, the incumbent reports to the director of Prisons. (700-01)

 

 
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