Interview a Juvinile Probation Officer and mainly ask him/her how does writing play an importing task/skill with their career
Interview with a Juvenile Correctional Officer
When we think about correctional officers, we tend to image burly individuals in prisons who only have to deal with prisoners and their lives. Nevertheless, what we learnt after this research is that most of the correctional officers have to process an important amount of paperwork, which means that without the proper writing skills, those reports would be incomplete, and could severely hinder the possibilities of an innocent inmate of not being unlawfully incarcerated. The opposite can happen too, that a misfiled or poorly written report could grant freedom to someone who does not deserve it (Rutter 288). In this essay, we aim to interview a correctional officer to understand and assess ourselves on the importance of having good writing skills as a way to succeed in the job. We interviewed county of San Diego juvenile probation officer James Munez. Officer Munez has been working as a juvenile correctional officer for some years and will share with us the importance of writing in his career.
Our source, James Munez has been a correctional officer for five years now, we consider that he is a credible source not only because he is an officer, but because he seemed a resourceful person, willing to shed some light on a dark theme. “We are not what people think we are, I mean, most of the stuff we do is pretty boring” According to our source, his profession is composed of 60% …
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