environment where the average TDCJ employee is but a step away from being the next TDCJ inmate, we have no pride, or work ethic. Harsh, maybe, factual , truly so.Ouch! That's pretty rough, but it sadly jibes with reports of poor morale, not to mention these arrest statistics. See the rest of Duane Stuart's essay, "TDCJ in 2006: Where did we fail?," which drew several interesting comments from veteran guards.
Monday, November 27, 2006
"The average TDCJ employee is but a step away from being the next TDCJ inmate"
At the Back Gate, a Texas prison guards' blog, we find the assertion that Texas prisons operate in an: