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    Anyone work in a Fed. Prison? I just applied, right now I work with State Corrections in Oregon. What is the Federal Academy like? Anymore help would be great!

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    Hello. I have 10 years in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. The academy is a cake walk. Only three weeks long. When you get hired, you do 1 week orientation in house and depending on your Academy date do O.J.T. and get a feel for the day to day operations and custody posts. Once you come back from the Academy, which is in Glynco, GA. at F.L.E.T.C., your on a 1 year probationary period and waiting for your background to clear. The main thing when you apply for the BOP is tell the truth on your background questions and have a solid job and personal history. Being the Federal Gov. BOP and your position falls under the Federal Law Enforcement status, so your covered under H.R. 218- Conceal Carry in all 50 states. (Below is the U.S. Code Statues). Good Luck.

    Statutory Powers of Arrest
    CITE-
    18 USC Sec. 3050 01/22/02
    -EXPCITE-
    TITLE 18 - CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
    PART II - CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
    CHAPTER 203 - ARREST AND COMMITMENT
    -HEAD-
    Sec. 3050. Bureau of Prisons employees' powers
    -STATUTE-
    An officer or employee of the Bureau of Prisons may -
    (1) make arrests on or off of Bureau of Prisons property
    without warrant for violations of the following provisions
    regardless of where the violation may occur: sections 111
    (assaulting officers), 751 (escape), and 752 (assisting escape)
    of title 18, United States Code, and section 1826(c) (escape) of
    title 28, United States Code;
    (2) make arrests on Bureau of Prisons premises or reservation
    land of a penal, detention, or correctional facility without
    warrant for violations occurring thereon of the following
    provisions: sections 661 (theft), 1361 (depredation of property),
    1363 (destruction of property), 1791 (contraband), 1792 (mutiny
    and riot), and 1793 (trespass) of title 18, United States Code;
    and
    (3) arrest without warrant for any other offense described in
    title 18 or 21 of the United States Code, if committed on the
    premises or reservation of a penal or correctional facility of
    the Bureau of Prisons if necessary to safeguard security, good
    order, or government property;
    if such officer or employee has reasonable grounds to believe that
    the arrested person is guilty of such offense, and if there is
    likelihood of such person's escaping before an arrest warrant can
    be obtained. If the arrested person is a fugitive from custody,
    such prisoner shall be returned to custody. Officers and employees
    of the said Bureau of Prisons may carry firearms under such rules
    and regulations as the Attorney General may prescribe.
    -SOURCE-
    (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 817; Pub. L. 99-646, Sec. 65,
    Nov. 10, 1986, 100 Stat. 3615.)
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Public Law 93-350 (Note -Updated 01/06/03)
    Title 5 U.S.Code Sec. 8331 01/06/03 (BOP STAFF - SEE Item #20 a&b)
    -EXPCITE-
    TITLE 5 - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES


    PART III - EMPLOYEES
    Subpart G - Insurance and Annuities
    CHAPTER 83 - RETIREMENT
    SUBCHAPTER III - CIVIL SERVICE RETIREMENT
    -HEAD-
    Sec. 8331. Definitions
    -STATUTE-
    For the purpose of this subchapter -
    (1) ''employee'' means -
    (A) an employee as defined by section 2105 of this title;

    (20) ''law enforcement officer'' means an employee, the duties
    of whose position are primarily the investigation, apprehension,
    or detention of individuals suspected or convicted of offenses
    against the criminal laws of the United States, including an
    employee engaged in this activity who is transferred to a
    supervisory or administrative position. For the purpose of this
    paragraph, ''detention'' includes the duties of -
    (A) employees of the Bureau of Prisons and Federal Prison
    Industries, Incorporated;
    (B) employees of the Public Health Service assigned to the
    field service of the Bureau of Prisons or of the Federal Prison
    Industries, Incorporated;

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