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Re: to some new officers

Post by Murphyslaw » Wed Jan 28, 2009 12:10 am

Easy, think you'll find control is in the job and taking the proverbial..... :slre:

We all know it's crayons & colouring book on planned cell removals..... :slbg:
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Re: to some new officers

Post by Control » Wed Jan 28, 2009 12:20 am

Murphyslaw wrote:Easy, think you'll find control is in the job and taking the proverbial..... :slre:
Hi Murph, :slbg:

Nice post, taking the proverbial was not the intension,the post was really directed at the Guest poster and no one else 8)

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Re: to some new officers

Post by Murphyslaw » Wed Jan 28, 2009 12:25 am

Control wrote:
Murphyslaw wrote:Easy, think you'll find control is in the job and taking the proverbial..... :slre:
Hi Murph, :slbg:

Nice post, taking the proverbial was not the intension,the post was really directed at the Guest poster and no one else 8)
Aye, I know mate, my post amended to reflect that. I think the guest was actually replying to another thread where someone was asking what kit they would need to buy themselves coming into the job (at least I hope that was the case :sloo: ).
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Re: to some new officers

Post by Miquay » Wed Jan 28, 2009 11:06 am

Murphyslaw wrote:Easy, think you'll find control is in the job and taking the proverbial..... :slre:

We all know it's crayons & colouring book on planned cell removals..... :slbg:
I've heard that inmates are starting to record their own cell removals and posting on Youtube via their extremely good WAP reception.
same time, same place, can't wait

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Post by Control » Wed Jan 28, 2009 11:12 am

Miquay wrote:
Murphyslaw wrote:Easy, think you'll find control is in the job and taking the proverbial..... :slre:

We all know it's crayons & colouring book on planned cell removals..... :slbg:
I've heard that inmates are starting to record their own cell removals and posting on Youtube via their extremely good WAP reception.
:slbg: Yes phones do seem to be an issue for the Prison Service, I wonder how the Private prisons are tacking this problem, or indeed the Private sector, I never seem to get a signal at my local sainsburys,they obviously are doing something right :slbg:

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Re: to some new officers

Post by Skippy » Wed Jan 28, 2009 6:23 pm

Murphyslaw wrote: We all know it's crayons & colouring book on planned cell removals..... :slbg:
That's me sorted then :slin:
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Re: to some new officers

Post by mouiepower » Fri Apr 10, 2009 1:50 am

In Trinidad we can only use what we are issued.T-shirts under uniforms are a no no.If you do use one you need to cut the color so it wont be seen.

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Re: to some new officers

Post by Boogaloo » Wed May 13, 2009 3:11 am

The good old Female Prison Officers uniform.....from a male officers perspective the most unflattering fit and design but that is its purpose......it fits where it touches and the shirts disguise any hint of a figure which is just as it should be with them looking after male prisoners.
I am always pleasantly surprised to see the girls on our social gatherings in there civvy glad rags.....( that sounds a bit pervy).........but you know what i mean....( or i hope you do)!!!!
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Re: to some new officers

Post by mouiepower » Tue Jun 09, 2009 7:30 pm

Yha i do know what you mean im the same way,so where bouth pervs :slbg: :slbg: :slbg:

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Post by DUCKBILL » Tue Jun 09, 2009 9:41 pm

Boogaloo wrote:The good old Female Prison Officers uniform.....from a male officers perspective the most unflattering fit and design but that is its purpose......it fits where it touches and the shirts disguise any hint of a figure which is just as it should be with them looking after male prisoners.
I am always pleasantly surprised to see the girls on our social gatherings in there civvy glad rags.....( that sounds a bit pervy).........but you know what i mean....( or i hope you do)!!!!
:slwin:
Try telling this to the female civilian teaching staff at my nick, they walk around in tight jeans, tight tops and low cut tops and I work with 15 - 18 year old boys.
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Re: to some new officers

Post by Boogaloo » Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:19 am

DUCKBILL wrote:
Boogaloo wrote:The good old Female Prison Officers uniform.....from a male officers perspective the most unflattering fit and design but that is its purpose......it fits where it touches and the shirts disguise any hint of a figure which is just as it should be with them looking after male prisoners.
I am always pleasantly surprised to see the girls on our social gatherings in there civvy glad rags.....( that sounds a bit pervy).........but you know what i mean....( or i hope you do)!!!!
:slwin:
Try telling this to the female civilian teaching staff at my nick, they walk around in tight jeans, tight tops and low cut tops and I work with 15 - 18 year old boys.
Yes i agree our civilian staff are just as bad no attempt to tone down......... :slsad:

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Re: to some new officers

Post by xHx » Wed Jul 01, 2009 2:58 pm

Well i am (relatively new starting) Civilian and i wear smart trousers and a blouse (made sure i got ones that weren't low cut either thanks to the advice on here). All the other civilians i have seen tend to wear similar or at least sensible clothing - apart from one woman i saw at the gate. All i am saying is i can only hope she is a Civilian who has absolutley no contact with prisoners!!
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Re: to some new officers

Post by DUCKBILL » Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:52 pm

You should see the civilian women at mine now its hot, hot, hot and so is the weather
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Re: to some new officers

Post by xHx » Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:57 pm

Thats a real shame. Gives those of us who are realistic about security concerns etc a bad name when others choose to dress like that (well, like i imagine they are.)
We aren't all bimbos, i assure you!
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