Today, the association has not only certification procedures and examinations for adult and juvenile correctional officers, supervisors, managers and executives but also for correctional nurses, nurse managers, and security threat group personnel.
What does JCO stand for?
JCO stands for Juvenile Correctional Officer
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of JCO
We have 39 other meanings of JCO in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of Combinatorial Optimization
- Journal on Control and Optimization
- Joy Community Outreach
- Joyce Carol Oates
- Joyello e la sua Cheesy Orchestra
- Judo Club Osny (French martial arts school; Osny, France)
- Judo-Club Obernburg (Germany)
- Junior Commissioned Officer (India)
- Just Cause Oakland
- Justification for Continued Operation
- Juvenile Court Officer
- Jaguar Club of Austin (Austin, TX)
- Japanese Clinical Orthopaedic Association
- Jazz Composers' Orchestra Association
- Jeep Club of America (Pasadena, MD)
- Jefferson Council on Aging (Metairie, LA)
- Joint Center for Operational Analysis (DoD)
- Job Creation Oriented Biotechnology (course)
- Joint Contingency Operations Base Force Protection
- Journal of Computational Biology (Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.; New Rochelle, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
SA For five years I worked as a juvenile correctional officer in a facility on the opposite side of the country from the California facility featured in this account of a writing group for incarcerated teenage murderers.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Juvenile correctional officers (JCOs) employed at the Hennepin County Juvenile Detention Center (HCJDC) in Minneapolis have taken steps to address the dilemma brought upon by these projections.
In the mid-1970s as a young juvenile correctional officer, I was trained in reality therapy as it was the cornerstone of treatment at the New Mexico Girls School.
Harrison, JROTC juvenile correctional officer supervisor, describes Ranum as "knowledgeable, patient, a problem solver, a great resource, a great teacher and a humanitarian.
Applications include a written statement of interest in the program and a recommendation from a social worker, teacher and juvenile correctional officer.