Jun 16, 2013
Through the years I have recieved questions about Prison and what goes on behind the locked doors. Since I have let it be known through alot of my podcast that I have worked in the prison system for at least a decade, people seek answers about the job. I use to be a Prison guard but these days it's more politically correct to use the term Corrections Officer. People have asked about the pluses and minuses of working in the field and what have I learned in the joint that can be applied in the streets. In this 1st episode, I speak on the stress factor that kills most C.O's. I talk about how prison actually can preserve your health and slow the aging process if you are incarcerated. I speak on how black inmates are there own worst enemy, and how you have to be firm,fair, and consistant when dealing with inmates. And how the firm,fair and consistant rule applies to woman. And last but not least when you supervise a block of killers, you gotta go into the block HARD, to let them know u mean bizness. You cant go in on no SOFT shyt and then try and harden your stance later.IT WONT WORK!. We also see how this rule applies to woman.