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Wednesday, 7 January 2009

Female correctional officer caught on videotape fondling a gang member under a table; a female correctional officer caught having sexual contact

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Manitoba Female correctional officer caught on videotape fondling a gang member under a table; a female correctional officer caught having sexual contact with another gang member inside a storage closet; and a female correctional officer caught smoking marijuana while on duty.Forrester said changes are being made to improve the screening of potential new hires, bolster security measures behind bars and provide additional training to correctional officers."We're always trying to tighten the criteria, to ensure people who shouldn't be working in our system do not work in our system," he said."As long as there are inmates and as long as there are gangs, there will be efforts to turn our staff. This is going to continue on as long as there are jails."A source who works in the community with gang members said they personally witnessed one young man deliver a bag of marijuana to one of the now-fired female Headingley correctional officers in early December.
A corrections employee said two of the three women fired had been involved in drug smuggling for inmates. He accused jail management of "sweeping these criminal acts under the rug" by refusing to tell the public or even other employees about what had happened. Another former employee, who has since moved to another department in corrections, said Tuesday she also witnessed several examples of drug smuggling and inappropriate sexual contact between guards and inmates."I realized that this profession breaks even the most hardened person. It corrupts people in the sickest ways possible. The ‘bad' guards are not nearly investigated enough, nor disciplined enough, and the ‘good' ones pay the price for it," the employee said.

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