You will perform periodic and physical inspections, prepares reports, and coordinate the activities of inmates and internees, and work to supervise and operate all the different functions of a military confinement facility. This can be an internment facility, correctional facility, or other type of facility where the Army is responsible to provide security and inmate protection
Your duties of resettlement and Army interment specialist will include; working to provide security custody, escort, and control to inmates and internees. You will assist with supervision and management of confinement operations, preparing reports and records, documents and reviewing other reports, as well as a record of written facility and security operations.
You will work to learn different Army Internment procedures and work with senior personnel to provide a high quality level of protection and security. After training you will be assigned to work in an Army Military Corrections facility, Army military internment facility, Military prison, or United States Military Prison. You will advance in your job field and help train other Army personnel. Duties of an Army Resettlement Specialist will include helping with rehabilitative and assistance programs. Job training for the Army Resettlement Interment Specialist starts with 9 weeks of basic training. Functioning in the United States Army as a Resettlement and Interment Army specialist is a job that is very similar to a civilian correctional facility. You will work to provide day-to-day operations in a confinement or correctional facility. You will train and learn what it means to be an enlisted Army member. After basic training you will attend an intensive Army training program for 10 weeks, where you will learn a variety of corrections and correctional-based information. You will learn basic police procedures, ethics, use of firearms, level of force response procedures, as well as laws and military and civilian jurisdiction issues. You will study both in the classroom and using on the job training.
You will have the primary responsibility to provide rehabilitative, confinement, health and welfare for detainees and other people that are confined. You will work with inmates, and other personnel held by the Army. Some of these will be United States Military Prisoners and some will be enemy combatants. You will work to provide supervision, security, custody, control and other protection within the boundaries of a correctional facility or a military confinement facility.