saw this little guy get his head stomped in by a huge dude. the part that still kinda fucks with me is that there was hardly any blood. just this grey shit oozing out of his head. the guys last words were "what did i do?". i still shudder when i think about it
none that I've personally witnessed, but one day right before i got there this little guy on my unit got raped in one of the showers. there was a decent amount of blood on the floor, and im assuming there was even more that got washed down the drain. also, turned out the guy who raped him has HIV.
don't go to prison if you're a little guy, bad shit happens
I was doing a tier check (walk around the unit and look into every cell to make sure no ones hanging themselves, etc) and stumbled upon a dude jerking off. I encounter that all the time. But this fucking guy was in this position (see pic) and I walked by just as he was finishing. Him and I made fucking eye contact as he was blowing his load onto his own face. Makes me giggle every time I think about it. That offender won't even look at me anymore
One of the buildings at my facility is super old. I was working overtime on graveyard (alone, except for sleeping offenders) on one of the old units and the unit ice chest (which is fucking huge-- like at least 80 pounds) fell off the table and spilled like 5 gallons of ice everywhere. I went to review the video cameras and there was absolutely nothing there that could have moved it. The cooler was in the middle of a table, not near the edge or anything. Spooks me the fuck out to this day, even more than the murder i saw.
I'm only 21 years old, way too young for Dahmer lol. But every high profile guy is kept in PC (protective custody) and has basically no interaction with other inmates. Other offenders will target high profile guys because they'll get more respect if everyone knows they're the one who killed the famous serial killer
serial killers are usually overly nice to staff. most of them are diagnosed sociopaths so it makes it even more creepy when you know they're faking all the emotion they're showing to you. some of them go crazy in PC, some handle it well. The really high profile guys get a decent amount of letters (like 10ish a day). I'm not sure if you get put on a watchlist or anything if you send one. There will be a record kept in the DOC mailroom that you sent this particular guy a letter though. Feel free to write the unibomber, nothing will probably come of it
This job has the best pay I could get with no degree (basically $20/hr). It also has great insurance and assault benefits, and great retirement. When something better comes along I'll cash out my retirement and get the fuck out, but until then I'm stuck there.
>>699245733 I heard this woman I worked with in the 90's got life for shooting some guy. I always liked her, so I started writing. Think I'm nuts? I enjoy the correspondance and she's totally fucked, so I think it's a nice thing to do for her. She was cool to me.
What's something nice I can do for her I wouldn't think of? I'm getting her a subscription to a magazine and I put money on her books sometimes.
Do you have to watch them in the kitchen or anything? She has kitchen duty and it sounds boring/sucky.
Kitchen is one of the better jobs you can get in prison. Depending on what state she's in. Kitchen workers in my state get paid way more than offenders with regular jobs. I don't personally work in the kitchen ever, but the offenders there can choose what they eat and how much, as long as the kitchen officer isnt a cunt.
If you want to do something nice for her, get on her approved visitor list and pay her visits. People in prison live for visits. Bring money and buy her tons of food from the vending machines. Other than that, just keep putting money on her books. Having money to spend can make prison more bearable. The magazine was a good thought too.
he got shipped out to a way shittier facility and got a murder charge. I dont think he got the death penalty, just another life sentence on top his current life sentence. He did it because he was a crazy mother fucker. No other reason. The little guy never did anything to him, or anyone for that matter. He was just an easy target
The letters get skimmed for criminal shit, but no one actually reads the whole thing. They basically skim and look for keywords or hidden messages. So she probably wouldnt catch any flack for the kitchen comment. If you do plan on visiting her, let her know in your next letter that you want to be put on her approved visitor list. The process takes a while, so it would be better to have it all done before you head down there.
>>699247033 2 life sentences eh Are there differences between tbe gaurds? Tough ones, nice ones stupid ons that get tricked. Or do you all recieve strikt instructions on how to handle every situation? For example, How much you can legally beat a man How to clean up brain matter What signs to look for to know its about damn time to call the excorsist
All guards are different. I don't really give two fucks about what the offenders are doing as long as the unit stays safe (IE: gambling, passing, sharing food, etc.) But other C/O's will crack down on that shit hard. i've seen other C/O's get manipulated by offenders, even to the point of sneaking shit inside to give them.
Use of force is pretty murky. Way too much to go into. We can use force for tons of reasons, but we have to be able to justify why we did it.
I can beat the fuck out of someone if he is:
1. Attempting to harm me or another person. However, I have to stop wailing on him if he goes down and stops trying to get up.
2. Committing a felony
3. Attempting escape (In this case we would probably shoot him with an AR or shotgun, after several directives to stop)
4. Compromising the safety or security of the institution
Offender hazmat porters clean up brain matter, after the police are done with the crime scene.
I get to know all the offenders' baseline behavior. If they start acting different, I call the excorsist
Never had a guy i thought was innocent, never had an inmate I'd call friend. There are inmates im cool with, joke around with, talk to, etc. But none of them are my friends. When you cross that line you can get manipulated and compromised it can get you into serious trouble
Yes. There are some guys there who committed non-violent crimes like theft or drugs. Guys who seem like perfectly decent dudes who made a mistake, and are now losing years of their lives for it. I did some stupid shit when I was younger, and if I had been caught I could've ended up there too. You cant help but feel for some of the guys stuck there.
>>699248495 This sounds pretty exciting honestly and somestimes intense, although i suppous it gets more mundane after a while. What about the depiction of prison gaurds in movies, are they any accurate or do they make you rage? Has any inmates come in with the expectations of what they saw in film? Please say someone tried to tunnel out using a spoon and covering the hole with a poster
Yeah. Some hot ones too. They gotta put up with alot of shit though, from inmates and staff alike. Theyre also way more likely to get manipulated and compromised, in my experience. I've seen several female C/O's get fired and charged with rape (because a C/O cant fuck an inmate under any circumstances due to the power difference) after getting caught having sex with an inmate
I always think of them and treat them as human beings. My job is easier if I treat them with respect, because they'll usually treat me with respect. Some C/O's genuinely get off on treating them like shit though.
Yes. New C/O's (or "ducks" as they're called.) get shitty spots, and get fucked with by staff. It happens to almost everyone when they're new.
We had a new C/O come onto our unit a few weeks back, and I convinced him he had to do "air checks". We told him he needed to collect air samples from 3 cells and bring them to the Lieutenant. This kid filled 3 trash bags with air from 3 cells, and brought them down to the LT. The LT. called me and was laughing his ass off. We pull harmless pranks and stuff like that, but nothing sinister
There have been some riots at my facility, but none in the last like 30 years. The guys are too dumb to really organize something like that. If there was a riot though, we'd be royally fucked and probably get raped and tortured to death. Keeps me up some nights.
I would end up in a completely different state probably. And the staff there would know I'm an ex-C/O. It would only be a matter of time until one of them said it too loudly, or straight up told an inmate. Then I'd probably get murdered pretty quick, unless i got put in protective custody immediately
Yes. But if you're at the epicenter of a riot, there's really no options except get behind a locked door and wait for the National Guard. If you can't run you can try to fight, but you'll be outnumbered 30 to 1. You'll most likely die a horrible death if you get caught in a riot.
No. I treat them differently based on how they treat me and other staff. If theres a baby rapist who is a super easy keeper and never causes trouble, I'll let him be. But if theres a guy in for weed possession who is a total cunt, I'll make his life miserable
>>699251940 >>699252142 Sounds like a nightmare if it becane a reality. Thankfully they're not capable to organize such a thing. Do you thing it's because gangs hating each other? Are there even gangs there?
There aren't really any active gang members in the mental health facility where I work. In the surrounding facilities (all part of the same complex) we have lots of gang members. Those facilities are at higher risk for riots. The mental health facility is a low riot risk because they're mostly all low functioning and heavily medicated
Cells are electronically locked and designed to stay locked in the event of a power outage. And even if all the cells did open, the offenders would most likely stay in their cells after we said "stay in your cells". The guys I work with are out of their cells all day, in the common area. If they wanted to start shit they'd do it during the day
Yes. Theres a guy on my unit who raped and murdered an entire family, including two very young girls, and fucked their corpses for days until he was found. I read all the details of his crime, and I can tell by the way he acts he has no remorse. If I could murder the guy and get away with it, I would.
I search cells almost daily. Recently I found a letter an offender wrote to me (I dont know if he was ever planning on mailing it), describing all the fucked up shit he wanted to do to me sexually. Needless to say he's got a permanent home in seg now.
>>699241735 Probably got this question a few times already OP but I need sleep and if you are still around I wouldn't mind knowing.
Do the crazies that do nothing but yell or just babble shit in their cells get to you as you work, expecially late night if you do.
Which is the worst or most annoying/troublesome? or whats the worst you have had happen or had to do to a non obligient crazy, or lets say one that just slipped your guys hands and got a few feet away from you?.
Most of them don't bother me. There is a guy who screams at the top of his lungs like he's being murdered, and he does get to me after a couple hours. Worst thing I had to do was spray a guy with OC. Nothing too bad
I used to. I thought it would be interesting to get into the mind of someone whos capable of doing fucked up things. But most of the time they don't even have a good reason for doing it in the first place, so I don't usually ask anymore. Plus, it really wigs the guys out when you tell them you know what their crime was.
>>699253791 Ah okay. Sounds kinda similar to even just seclusion with some "normal" jail people.
Do you have any "special" patients? who in your opinion have some secret underlying shit that you think is nothing but shady and would like to know? Or is it just a full out "nope" don't want any part of your messed up shit?
Have a clean criminal record, have a drivers license, be able to pass a drug test, be able to pass the other basic tests they put you through. If you've got common sense youll pass them all. You also have to get sprayed with OC before you can start. I can safely say getting peppersprayed was the most painful thing ive ever experienced
>>699254920 By then op will have forgotten,he will be in a rush... his wife in labor for the 3rd time,their first baby girl after two sons he will escort her to the car and leave never knowing what is about to come
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