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    Can Anyone Tell Me How Long The Hiring Process Takes For Indiana Doc. I Have A Interview On Thursday

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    I've been with IDOC for about 3 years now. Their numbers are so bad that they will just about take anybody. The process is very quick. I will say that if you have any other job options available, I would strongly urge you to look at those positions.
    I can't believe I do this for free!

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    • #3
      Interesting...anyone know a website?
      Your mom...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Christyle
        Interesting...anyone know a website?
        Hey Christyle check this site out!! http://www.in.gov/indcorrection.
        Hope this helps.

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        • #5
          Suh weet! Thanks!
          Your mom...

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          • #6
            See the Salary? If they would UP that a weeeeee bit they might get and keep people!
            [SIZE=1]Fir Na Dli
            31 Year Old L.E.O Hopeful...

            Actively Pursuing a Career in Law Enforcement.

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            • #7
              So i was reading about the CO positions...and um ya. CO's never make enough money in my opinion. I make more money doing what I am doing now! I just think it's nuts! Now, if I could get a full-time job being a CO and keep my full-time job here, I would be set!
              Your mom...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by everdave
                See the Salary? If they would UP that a weeeeee bit they might get and keep people!
                A weee bit? LOL

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                • #9
                  lmao Was trying to be nice. Is a little hard to get good people for 25k a year.
                  [SIZE=1]Fir Na Dli
                  31 Year Old L.E.O Hopeful...

                  Actively Pursuing a Career in Law Enforcement.

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                  • #10
                    I used to work DOC and I didn't find it that bad. Sure it says 25K but you work 12 hour shift with means you get some OT on one week. If I remember right that adds up around 30K and you only work half a year. Plus, If you join a ERO team you get lots of OT training, at least at the facility I worked at, and their usually needing people too. For the 3 years I was a ERO member we had 5 of our team members leave for a LEO job including me. I would suggest it for a young person needing experience for a LEO job.

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