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Prison Officers Need Help, but They Won’t Ask for It

Norman Seabrook, president of the New York City Corrections Officers’ Benevolent Association, is recounting a phone call he received two weeks ago from a distraught woman named Melanie. After almost 20 years working under the relentless stress of a New York City jail, Melanie’s corrections officer girlfriend had had enough. [read the full story here]


Newsweek, Tuesday, May 27, 2014

tags: Workplace & Industry Issues, New York

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