The call for action follows another near-deadly assault on a correctional officer in the line of duty.
What does CO stand for?
CO stands for Correctional Officer
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of CO
We have 60 other meanings of CO in our Acronym Attic
- Consumer Ombudsman (UK)
- Continental Airlines (airline code)
- Contracting Officer
- Contracting Official
- Convert Out
- Core Operation(s)
- Cornish (linguistics)
- Corporación (Spanish)
- Correction Officer
Samples in periodicals archive:
Don Hutto Correctional Center, Taylor, Texas Certified Corrections Nurse/Manager--CCN/M David Metz, program administrator III, Richland Correctional Institution, Mansfield, Ohio Certified Corrections Officers--CCO Joseph Shikmut, correctional officer, District of Columbia Department of Corrections, Washington, D.
One correctional officer was still hospitalized Thursday.
Ottawa -- Karen Myers, a correctional officer in Kingston, ON, argued unsuccessfully that a Correctional Services of Canada policy designed to boost the education of visible minorities was a violation of the collective agreement.
The inmate alleged that a male correctional officer entered her cell one night and sexually assaulted her, and that this was but one example of an ongoing pattern and practice at the prison.
Correctional officers in BC are at higher risk of on-the-job criminal violence than any other employees in the province.
Coreen Sanchez, another inmate, said that in December, she entered the dayroom at the facility and asked a correctional officer if the sergeant had come in, and he responded by saying, "Yeah, he came in your mouth.
A unique feature of the NCCF is that it was designed in part by a team of administrators and correctional officers and not exclusively by architects and contractors who possess limited knowledge regarding the ongoing operations of a correctional facility.