Q Tip

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Self-Help - 352 pages
Q TIP is about one Correctional Officer's personal experience of working at San Quentin State Prison. Being an African-American female C.O. working in a men's institution, Officer K. is candid and for real when talking about the things she went through. As Officer K. puts it, she went through seven years of bad luck, and had to get out of The Q by any means necessary! You will find this book exciting and exhilarating, and written in such a way that you can put yourself there as an Officer, Inmate or Convict. Q TIP was written so our younger generation can learn from other peoples' mistakes. Officer K. wants you to think and pay attention to what's really going on inside an institutional setting. The prison industry is designed to conquer and destroy an entire generation of people, whether they are Black or Brown. Officer K. doesn't want you to get caught up in the game. So when you read Q TIP, and you will read it sooner or later, Officer K. just wants you to think. You THINK you THANK!
 

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Contents

Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
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Q TIP talks about one Correctional officer's personal experience of working at San Quentin State Prison. Being and African American female C.O. working in a men's institution, Officer K is candid and for real when talking bout the things she went through. As Officer K puts it, she went through seven years of bad luck, and had to get out of The Q by any means necessary! You will find this book exciting and exhilarating, and written in such a way that you can put yourself there as an Officer, Inmate or Convict.The author, Brenda K, has been working for the California Department of Corrections (CDC) for a little over 10 years. K started in the Parole Division in Oakland, California, as an Officer Assistant. Three years later, K went into the prison industry to work as a Correctional Officer. Brenda K would like to remain somewhat anonymous and can't reveal too much about what she is doing now, because she is still working for the CDC. But, if her book goes well, she plans on leaving CDC, and then telling the whole story!

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