• Professionalism in the Alaska Department of Corrections: Education and Experience [manuscript]

      Schafer, N. E. (Justice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage, 1986-06)
      A survey of Alaska corrections personnel reveals that employees in all clasiffications tend to have more than the minimum education or experience required for their positions. More than 74 percent of college-educated corrections personnel earned degrees and more than 40 percent acquired their experience outside Alaska. The advantages and disadvantages of hiring large numbers of employees whose education and experience were gained elsewhere are discussed in the context of the unique problems of correctional service delivery in so large and diverse a state.