When there is violence inside the jail, it doesn’t matter if it is between rival gangs or two people who hate each other, they put the entire prison in danger. One inmate high on drugs could go from being able to be detained by one officer to battling six of us without trouble. When drugs are involved, we find these inmates can be quite unpredictable, and we have to work very hard to be able to stop the drugs from getting through the door to maintain some degree of order.
My team of corrections officers have a very detailed procedure we go through each day in our efforts to keep drugs from getting into the jail. The first thing that we do is to get to the guest center and physically search each inmate and visitor before and after they interact. We do surprise cell inspections when the inmates are in the cells and when they’re out at the cafeteria. We look through all incoming mail, and we listen closely to every phone call for references to drugs.
Since we had the Securus Technologies team install an updated call monitoring system, we have been able to increase our results with less in the way of personnel. The LBS software can scan all the calls for certain conversations, allowing us to be in more than one place at a time. Once we get the alert, we take immediate action. The Securus Technologies company is headed by CEO Richard Smith, and his employees are all helping make this world safer for each of us.
When we listen to the calls and hear inmates discussing getting prescription drugs, hiding their drugs in the yard to avoid detection, or who they are begging to risk freedom to try and bring drugs into the jail, we now take immediate action.
While he was young, Logan Stout loved sports and baseball. He always looked forward to coming up with the winning strategies regardless of whether it was in sports, classroom or on a hobby-inspired project. He attended the J.J. Pearce High School based in his hometown Richardson, Texas. During his high school years, Logan served as a member of the Student Athletic Council. Apart from being a top student, he also earned the MVP title in both his junior as well as senior basketball seasons. As a student at Pearce, he used to play both baseball and basketball.
As he was naturally wired to look for success, Logan Stout progressed to become a professional athlete playing baseball. He got his business degree from Panola as well as a psychology degree that he earned at the University of Dallas. He won a number of accolades from playing baseball in college. He also coached at the Dallas Baptist University, where he used to serve as a youth minister.
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Logan Stout’s childhood memories are full of enjoyment of different sports with his friends or teammates and coaching baseball. He harbors a deep passion to helping people, a factor that led him to start the Dallas Patriots. It is currently among the biggest baseball organizations worldwide. Mr. Stout looks forward to helping every young person who enjoys baseball to maximize their potential. His forward-thinking mindset led him to becoming a prosperous entrepreneur. Mr. Logan Stout aims at helping people achieve their best via physical health. He is a firm believer that a healthy body, mind and soul is a huge contributing factor to success. In 2014, he developed a company named ID Life that deals in a number of healthcare products.
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ID Life is a health and wellness corporation that deals in a line of products aimed at personalized nutrition. ID Life is focused on the creation of only original products by finding the top class ingredients possible. The company is wholly dedicated to offering nothing but the best in terms of purity and quality in its products. This is an unmatched dedication in the industry. ID Life’s recommendation, path and product is fully based on research and studies backed by science.
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Tammy Mazzocco is a dynamic real estate professional that sells residential properties in central Ohio. She works with RE/MAX in Pickerington, Ohio and the four counties surrounding the town, all which is located to the Southeast of Columbus.
Tammy started her real estate career as a secretary for a commercial real estate group and continued in that capacity for several years until she decided that selling real estate would probably yield more income than staying in a secretarial mode.
Over the years, Tammy Mazzocco has learned a lot from many of her co-workers and her approach to the real estate business stems from applied practices in the field that work best for her and for her clients. For example, early in her career she was very shy. So much so that she was reluctant to ask clients about their financial status. This is important, because a realtor needs to know this information to help those select properties.
One fellow realtor gave her good advice by telling her just to come right out and ask for the situation, no matter what anyone else thought about it. Tammy tried it, and it worked and she has never had that problem again.
In a Blog Webpedia, Tammy also learned to set goals on a daily basis, and then break them down into smaller packages so that they are easier to work with and accomplish. It helps to keep her on track and she gets more done.
One essential rule that she always tries to follow is essential to her success. That rule says that above all else, getting out into the field and showing houses to prospective buyers is the number one activity that must be done as often as possible.
Tammy Mazzocco makes it a point to get into the shoes of her prospects, as they are many times very vulnerable because they are out of their comfort zones. Most of the time when she can ease their pain, she will get the sale.
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Kevin Seawright is an administrative and financial expert currently employed with Newark Economic Development Corporation. Seawright has over 13 years of experience working in various executive positions from human resources to finances.
One of the websites in which Kevin Seawright has a major presence is visualize.me. It lists the timeline of his experience, which starts in about 2008 and he was employed as CFO (Chief Financial Officer) and Executive Vice President at Newark in 2016. He earned his MBA (Master’s in Business Administration) in 2005.
Kevin Seawright is also the founder of RPS Solutions LLC, which oversees development, asset, and government contracting in financially disadvantaged neighborhoods. In founding RPS, he sought to make home ownership easier and more stable for first-time homeowners in Baltimore. Learn more about Brian Torchin: https://twitter.com/kevinseawright2?lang=en
In doing so, he teamed up with Baltimore City Officials and Housing and Development with the common goal of renovating houses for low-income residents who have not previously qualified for home ownership.
Kevin Seawright and RPS were featured in PRNewswire on July 27, 2016. One success story that was mentioned was that of Seawright’s longtime mentee, Jerel Brown, who jumped at the chance to buy one of the houses renovated by RPS when he was approached by Seawright.
Brown stated that it had previously been next to impossible for him to find upgraded property that fit his budget.
As of the PRNewswire article’s printing, the home ownership rate in the U.S. nationwide was just two points shy of 50 percent. RPS Solutions LLC is working to match or surpass that percentage.