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It a tuff job, Thouse Inmates were born in Jail, if you ask me.

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Crazy I am not, To me you go to any jail, you may as well, had been born in a jail. When a indivile goes to jail, I wish non good on that end,but the CO's and Probations Officers the best on their duties as a cop everyday, god be with all our police officers, no matter what.


Soon to be:offficer D. DeAngelo

stay safe, stay com. 1014, over and out. Wish all other the best of luck, and I hope i am able to help you.

I have anouther email address: deangelo.prolbation@gmail.com

I put it together so, I can try out in elyria for the job as probations officer.

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again .... no face for this one either


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 What???

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 I'm so confused


 


Uhm  for now on poster let's try looking over things before we press submit......


 


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again .... no face for this one either



The above comments are soley those of the poster and in no way reflect the position of the Department of Corrections.

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ddangelo - Please dignify your post and respect your reader with a grammar, spelling and punctuation check.  You may have good ideas, but your post only shows the lack. 

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Bump MarlyB.  And ddangelo, if you plan on using that email address to get a job, you might want to spell probation right. I'm just sayin' though...


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Spelling and sentence structure.

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ddeangelo says ...



Crazy I am not, To me you go to any jail, you may as well, had been born in a jail. When a indivile goes to jail, I wish non good on that end



Shows how compassionate of an individual you are. Some people take the wrong road and then NEED jail to end up doing good later on in life. JMO.


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*scratches head*


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Thank you for your support and appreciation. 


Bump the other posters frustrations.


 


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I'm not so sure that I agree with the first part of your post.  Not everybody who gets checked-in to the crossbar motel makes a second trip.  I like to think that one trip to jail is an unfortunate learning experience for most people who made a bad decision or err in judgement, realize that they do not want to experience being charged, going to jail, spending their money along with a court appearence usually, find these things enjoyable.  And learn something from it.  


But as for the well wishes for the people involved in the LE effort.  I will say, thank you!