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Jerry Massie

Spokesman for the Corrections Department

Oklahoma Watch

HQ Phone:  (405) 501-3374

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Oklahoma Watch

395 W. Lindsey St. Suite 3120D

Norman, Oklahoma,73019

United States

Company Description

Oklahoma Watch is a non-profit, investigative and in-depth reporting team that collaborates with other news organizations and higher education to produce journalism that makes a difference in the lives of Oklahomans. Our mission: To provide an accurate, clea...more

Background Information

Employment History

Spokesman

Department of Corrections


Position In Information Technology Support

Ohio University


Fleet Coordinator

Arizona Department of Transportation


Department Spokesman

KWTV


Web References(193 Total References)


Low Staffing, Morale Affect Prison System | Oklahoma Watch

oklahomawatch.org [cached]

Jerry Massie, spokesman for the corrections department, said staffing needs, turnover and low pay for guards are system-wide issues.
Massie confirmed that guards are required to work a certain amount of overtime. Massie said the department is not trying to keep staff levels low, but hiring has been difficult because corrections officers' wages are lower than those in the private sector, such as in the oil and gas industry, and not everyone is cut out for prison work. Massie said not having officers work mandatory overtime when the prison is so shorthanded would create more unsafe conditions. "You're kind of caught on the horns of a dilemma," Massie said. Massie said the department generally fires officers only for serous violations. The cameras, he said, exist as much to protect employees as to monitor their practices. He said low staffing levels were one reason for using the cameras, but even if the prison were fully staffed, they would still be necessary to provide extra surveillance. The video feeds are often monitored by administrative assistants, who will call the prison if they see something of concern. The assistants generally have years of experience working with correctional issues, he said. The video feeds have provided evidence in the prosecution of three penitentiary guards accused of negligent homicide in the smoke-inhalation death of an inmate. Massie said he did not know if low morale existed at the prisons, but that reports of low morale are understandable.


Okla. Prisoner Calls 9-1-1 to Report Escape

www.ok-criminal-defense.com [cached]

Oklahoma Department of Corrections spokesman Jerry Massie told the Associated Press that the incident never would have happened if it had been an Oklahoma state transport vehicle: "It's DOC policy: You don't leave them out of your sight.


SHOULD THE DEATH PENALTY BE ABOLISHED?

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Department of Corrections spokesman Jerry Massie said Trice requested a last meal of fried chicken, potatoes with onions, sweet potato pie, hot rolls and a soft drink.


Ohio University, Athens, Ohio: Department of Psychology

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Jerry Massie
IT Support


Equipment Services - Fleet Management

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Jerry MassieFleet Coordinator Phone: 602-712-6508Fax: 602-258-5193E-mail: jmassie@azdot.gov Manage Fleet Logisticsand Special Projects


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