Sergeant Training Program Handbook

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Barry West
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Sergeant Training Program Handbook

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Department of Corrections
SERGEANT TRAINING PROGRAM

After being accepted into the Sergeant Training Program as a Correctional Officer III they will then be promoted to Corporal, at this rank they may start there Sergeant Training Program (STP's).

STP 1:
  • Covering what a Supervisor's duties consist of.
STP 2:
  • Will be taken to the Pillbox Hill Ammu-nation Store and will be instructed on how to fire, handle, reload, and clear a Carbine Rifle, Assault shotgun, and a Combat PDW properly.
  • Will be shown how to manage, work, and input things into the DOC Spreadsheet found here
STP 3:
  • Will take lead over most situations encountered for the day, will instruct what and where people will be on transports, what vehicles will be taken on transports, who will be in the control room, and over all facility management. Is expected to be the Officer-in-charge until he/she either requests for help or a situation gets out of hand such as a CODE 0. Although, during the STP the STP taker may not deny or control what correctional officers do divisionally unless the STP taker is higher in rank in said division.
STP 4:
  • Will take lead over all situations encountered for the day, will instruct what and where people will be on transports, what vehicles will be taken on transports, who will be in the control room, and over all facility management. Is expected to be the Officer-in-charge and may not ask for additional help unless an emergency situation takes place such as a CODE 0. Although, during the STP the STP taker may not deny or control what correctional officers do divisionally unless the STP taker is higher in rank in said division.

For CTP 3 and 4 the STP taker must contact a Lieutenant to request a day where they can take the STP, from there the STP taker and that Lieutenant will work out a day where they are both free and can carry out training.

Keep in mind, for CTP 3 and 4, you do not need to have them do it the whole day. It is whenever you feel you have seen enough to give the STP taker their fate of pass or failed.

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