Interesting use of the food port

The disciplinary reports I get sometimes make me laugh.  The things these inmates do cannot be made up.  I don't know about you, but I am not that creative.

So, we had an officer working in seg.  In order to feed the inmates, we have a food port we open and slip the food through.  Well, this particular inmate came up with quite the comeback for an officer he wasn't happy with.  He stuck his bare butt in the food port and farted just as the officer opened the food port.  Seriously, who thinks up and does something like that?  Though the officer was not happy, the rest of us got quite the laugh out of it.  I don't think he will ever live that one down.


Another incident where drugs has obviously messed with the mind of someone.  We had an offender that is known for using drugs.  The guy was so out of it that he had it in his head that he was sitting inside his cell even though he was in the dayroom.

So this inmate then proceeds to smoke some spice, thinking he is being all sneaky.  Of course he is doing this in front of everyone.  Then, to draw even more attention, he drops down into a seizure in the middle of the dayroom for the world to see.

When officers and medical came onto the tier to help him out, he still had it in his head that he was in his cell and had been the whole time.  Even after coming out of the seizure and returning to normal (for him anyway), he is still convinced that everything happened in the cell.  He isn't old or anything, just thoroughly messed in the head I guess and I don't suppose being in prison that the drugs he still uses are of any real quality.  Who knows what all is in anything he is smokin'.

It has spread through the facility lately like wildfire.  They can make it here pretty easily.  I have to ask why.  So far, we have seen many offenders end up in seizures and throwing up all over the place.  I mean, if you are going to risk it all to get high, shouldn't it at least be a fun high?  I don't know about you, but to me, seizures and barfing doesn't seem like any fun.

Family of the thin gray line

You know when someone talks about the thin blue line they are talking about police officers.  Did you know corrections has its own color?  We are the thin gray line.  We may be a different color, but we are still a tight nit family.

Today I want to show my support of those injured on the job so far this year.  I support all those ever injured on the job, but for some reason, some of the recent attacks have hit closer to home.  We love you all and are standing behind you!  We pray that you recover quickly both physically and mentally.  For those we lost, we pray for your families during this horrible time.  For the rest of you, be careful and watch you backs.  Don't ever let your guard down!