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Correction Officer’s Notebook

Have you ever worked overtime that didn’t show on your check?
Have you ever had a grievance filed on you?
Ever been sued? Welcome to the world of the correction officer. A typical CO is outnumbered 128 or more to 1. They face shanks and shivs and all manner of civilian nightmares with a radio, a big key, and a good personal attitude.Unfortunately sometimes a correction officer needs to be able to CYA. Government logbooks are nice but having your own documentation can be comforting.

The Correction Officer Notebook small 5×8 notebook with forms to help you document your actions as well as lined notebook pages to let you remember what’s />

Besides plenty of ruled note pages it holds:
  • Unit Worked
  • Inmate Disciplinary
  • Search Logs
  • Overtime Logs

If you don’t CYA no one else will.

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You can purchase this book on Amazon.

As a correction officer, I know that if isn’t written down you can’t use it to protect yourself in the event of a grievance or other disciplinary matter.

I also know that sometimes you work overtime, but the paperwork never gets to the timekeeper. When there is no documentation, it can be hard to get the money you are owed.

This small notebook is designed to help an officer keep out of trouble by allowing them to CYA.

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Site Link: Correction Officer Notebook

Paperback Link: Amazon 5×8

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