f. As a Correction Specialist you will control and supervise
prisoner movement, work details, mess decks, special quarters,
and disciplinary segregated prisoners. Conduct tours and
inspect perimeter grounds, dormitories, special quarters, and
surrounding buildings. The responsibility for receiving and
releasing of prisoners falls under three categories:
(1) Detained. A prisoner who has been charged with an
article of the UCMJ, but not convicted.
(2) Adjudged. A prisoner who has been awarded a
sentence from Courts-Martial.
(3) Sentence. An authorized legal punishment awarded to
an adjudged prisoner.
g. The Corrections Specialist may also deal with the
h. As First responders you may be required to provide first
aid and/or CPR or execute crowd control procedures and forced
cell movements to major incidents of noncompliant prisoners.
Corrections specialists (ashore facilities only) can also be
tasked with processing and supervising members awarded
out any other special orders given by the Commanding Officer.
Corrections Operations Ashore
a. Shore Confinement Facility. A shore confinement facility
is a place of confinement established as an activity, or at a
local command of the shore establishment, and designated by the
Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) as a naval place of confinement.
Shore brigs are further classified as follows:
(1) Consolidated Brig/Level II Confinement Facility.
Provide confinement and rehabilitation opportunities for
prisoners who will be discharged or transferred to the United
States Disciplinary Barracks (USDB) or to Federal prisons if