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    •     Bureau of Prisons (BOP)
        • The Bureau of Prisons was established in 1930
        • Towards the end of 1930 the agency operated 14 facilities with a bout 13,000 inmates
        • 1940 the Bureau had 24 facilities and 24,600 inmates
        • 1984 The Sentencing Act established definite sentencing.
        • 1980 to 1989 the population of inmates more than doubled
        • They provide humane care for the Federal inmates, making sure of controlled administration of the Federal prisons in operation. Protect society by helping offenders in the controlled environment of prisons and community like facilities that are humane , safe , secure and that provide work and improvement opportunities .
        • Salary varies with the job you are selected to fill.
      • Oakdale, Louisiana.
      • Pollock, Louisiana.
      • Houston, Texas. 
      • Bryan, Texas. 
      • Mendota, California.
      •   Phoenix, Arizona.
        • The day is divided into three work shifts which are eight hours each
        • All employees are "corrctional workers first" regradless of the position they are in.
        • Correctional workers are staff that may be called at any time to work for any time in emergencies
      • Total population :216,361
      • Total sentenced population:197,783
      • Inmates in BOP facilities:180,746
      • Inmates in privately-managed secure facilities 1 :22,830
      • Inmates in other contract facilities 2 :12,785
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        • Must be a U.S citizen to be employed by the Bureau
        • Must receuve training at Institution Familiarization Training.
        • Must pass a three-week course, Introduction to Correctional Techniques, at the Staff Training Academy in Glynco, GA.
      • You must be able to perform the following:
        • walk/stand up to an hour
        • see a human figure at a distance of one quarter mile or a target at 250 yards
        •   hear and detect movement
        •   use firearms
        •   perform self-defense movements
        • run an extended distance
        • climb stairs
        •   lift, drag, and carry objects
        • smell smoke and drugs
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      • White(Non-Hispanic): 24,230( 63.8%)
      •       African Amercian :   8,054 (21.2%)
      •                     Hispanic:   4,323 (11.4%)
      •                         Asian :      808 (2.1%)
      •         Native American :      520 (1.4%)
      •                        Other :        15
        • Initial emloyess in federal BOP prior to their 37th birthday.
        • Prior to applying, employees will recive Institution Familiarization Training. In addition, must pass a three week course.
      •         Seal