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    Why is Nat'l Guard calling for prison guards in Hispanic mag

    ???? Thoughts?????



    Corrections Officer Internment/Resettlement Specialist - Army National Guard (Pensacola/Panama City, Florida)
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    Job Title
    Corrections Officer Internment/Resettlement Specialist
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    City: Pensacola/Panama City
    State: Florida
    Country: USA
    Company Name: Army National Guard
    Job Category: Legal/Law Enforcement/Security
    Job Description

    As an Internment/Resettlement Specialist for the Army National Guard, you will ensure the smooth running of military confinement/correctional facility or detention/internment facility, similar to those duties conducted by civilian Corrections Officers. This will require you to know proper procedures and military law; and have the ability to think quickly in high-stress situations. Specific duties may include assisting with supervision and management operations; providing facility security; providing custody, control, supervision, and escort; and counseling individual prisoners in rehabilitative programs.



    By joining this specialty, you will develop the skills that will prepare you for a rewarding career with law enforcement agencies or in the private security field.



    Earn while you learn

    Get paid to learn! In the Army National Guard, you will learn valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance.



    Job training for an Internment/Resettlement Specialist requires approximately 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training, which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training. Part of the training is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Some of the skills you'll learn include military laws and jurisdictions; level of force procedures; unarmed self-defense techniques; police ethics procedures; interpersonal communications skills; close confinement operations; search and restraint procedures; use of firearms; custody and control procedures.



    Benefits

    Paid training

    A monthly paycheck

    Montgomery G.I. Bill

    Up to 100 percent Tuition Assistance for college or vocational training (up to $4,500 per fiscal year, 1 October 30 September)

    Retirement benefits for part-time service

    Low-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 in coverage)

    401(k)-type savings plan

    Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $50,000, for existing loans)



    Requirements

    High School Diploma or GED (If you do not have a diploma or GED, you may still apply ask a recruiter about how the Army National Guard can help you earn your GED.)

    Must be between the ages of 17 and 35

    Must be able to pass a physical exam and meet legal and moral standards

    Must meet citizenship requirements (see http://www.nationalguard.com/monster/ for details)
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    This smells a little bit. Going to the Army National Guard site at http://www.army.com/enlist/guard-jobs.html I found nothing mentioning any sort of these type of job opportunities. Going to the monster.com site, they are asking for combat engineers, firefighters and food service specialists.
    Tread carefully espousing this and who the crap is ihispano.com? Another wing of LaRaza or MALDEF?
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    This smells a little bit.
    Smells ALOT!!!!

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    What we need to know is if the National Guard is running this add in many locations and publications or just publications directed at Hispanic Americans and if they are directing these ads we need to know why.

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    Going to the second link, I got to put in name and email to be able to "apply TO job". I'll see if I can find a number for Pensacola tomorrow.
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    Hmmm, kind of smelly, isn't it?
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    I don't see this as a big deal. magazine advertisement is a media outlet used frequently by all branches of the military for recruiting. Perhaps they are concentrating their search for Spanish speaking corrections officers because they have a shortage of Spanish speakers in that specialty field. If that's the case, why not advertise in a Hispanic magazine?

    Honestly, I'm not smelling anything unusual, unethical, or unpatriotic here.

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    This is just part of Obama and Co. smokescreen. Probably they will get tough on drug cartels on the border and border crossers. Then they will let everything else go to H---.
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    I found this.


    Military Police

    ** This job is only open to those currently in the military or with prior military service.**

    Crimes can happen anywhere and the Army National Guard�is no exception. Fortunately, the�National Guard�has their own law enforcement and security specialists to handle crimes committed on�National Guard property or that involve�National Guard�personnel. Military Police protect lives and property on�National Guard�bases by enforcing military laws and regulations, as well as controlling traffic, preventing crime and responding to emergencies.

    Military Police are primarily responsible for providing support to the battlefield by conducting area security, police intelligence operations, internment and resettlement, maneuver and mobility support, and law and order operations.



    Some of your duties as a member of the Military Police team may include:

    •Patrolling areas on foot, by car or by boat
    •Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes
    •Collecting fingerprints and other evidence
    •Arresting and charging criminal suspects
    •Training and working with police dogs
    •Testifying in court
    •Guarding entrances and conducting traffic control

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    tinybobidaho wrote:

    Military Police

    ** This job is only open to those currently in the military or with prior military service.**

    Crimes can happen anywhere and the Army National Guard�is no exception. Fortunately, the�National Guard�has their own law enforcement and security specialists to handle crimes committed on�National Guard property or that involve�National Guard�personnel. Military Police protect lives and property on�National Guard�bases by enforcing military laws and regulations, as well as controlling traffic, preventing crime and responding to emergencies.

    Military Police are primarily responsible for providing support to the battlefield by conducting area security, police intelligence operations, internment and resettlement, maneuver and mobility support, and law and order operations.

    Some of your duties as a member of the Military Police team may include:

    •Patrolling areas on foot, by car or by boat
    •Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes
    •Collecting fingerprints and other evidence
    •Arresting and charging criminal suspects
    •Training and working with police dogs
    •Testifying in court
    •Guarding entrances and conducting traffic control
    Different MOS, tiny.

    Below are the Army MOS's that fall into the Law Enforcement Field:

    31B - Military Police

    31D - Criminal Investigation Special Agent (CID)

    31E - Internment/Resettlement Specialist

    I suspect the Army National Guard is pretty much the same.

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