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correctional officer

noun as in jailer

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noun as in turnkey

noun as in warder

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So you’re talking about prison psychologists, social workers, correctional officers, and every elderly relative they have at home.

From Vox

He learned through a brief exchange of messages that a friendly correctional officer facilitated that the Virginia court denied him asylum.

On May 29, just a few days before his death, Floyd was assaulted by correctional officers in the facility, the suit alleges, after he was searched in a bathroom and a contraband cellphone was discovered.

From Time

The first tier includes residents 65 and older, people and staff in congregate settings such as group homes and homeless shelters, correctional officers and non-health-care personnel supporting operations of coronavirus vaccination clinics.

A few days after the toilet incident, Coleman said he got into an argument with a correctional officer during a medical evaluation, according to a lawsuit he filed.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to correctional officer, such as: prison guard, guard, turnkey, and corrections officer.

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