Supervise the Correction Officers, roll call and issue duty assignments.
What does a Head Correction Officer do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of CORRECTION OFFICERS: Conducts roll call of officers and issues duty assignments. Directs release or transfer of prisoners based on court order instructions. Investigates and reports causes of inmate disturbances, such as assaults, fights, and thefts. Assists subordinates with unruly inmates and other assignments. Maintains prison records and prepares reports. Reviews work records of subordinates to evaluate efficiency and suitability for assignments.