prison guard


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Synonyms for prison guard

someone who guards prisoners

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I took the stuff and went to meet the Bangladeshi inmate before I got rid of the razor because I suspected that prison guards would not allow it through.
Recently, Nelly told TV host Wafaa al Kilani on the talk show "Al Hukum" (The Judgment), that something people didn't know about her before taking on the role of a prison guard was that she posseses a very strong character off screen too.
According to Politis, the prison guard --who is reported to be an officer -- ordered the inmates who are employed at the Central Prison's printing department to print and bind a large number of promotional flyers for his daughter's private institute.
However, the man was able to get out of bed and made a run for it while the prison guard who was supposed to be keeping an eye on him wasn't looking.
A prison guard suspected the behaviour of the inmate after he returned from parole.
The following day, a prison guard was suspended from work while an investigation into the circumstances of the death is carried out.
The following day a prison guard was suspended from work at the jail while an investigation into the circumstances of the death is carried out.
CARDIFF Prison's controversial healthcare facility has been delayed because management and prison guard union officials are rowing over staffing levels.
According to the prosecution's report, one prison guard who was also an anti-narcotics agent 'brutally and sadistically" assaulted prisoners.
Crime: The Game the Whole Family Can Play is a novel based on the true-life experiences of author and female prison guard La Dean Ryan.
Authorities in India suspended a prison guard and were investigating eight others for hugging and shaking hands with Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt after he was temporarily released on bail last week.
A fourth prison guard, Ben King, aged 21, of South-brook, Daventry, along with Daymond, was also cleared of one charge of perverting the course of justice by doctoring log books for suicide watches.
A fourth prison guard, Ben King, 21, of Southbrook, Daventry, along with Daymond, was also cleared of one charge of perverting the course of justice by doctoring log books for suicide watches.
But he also offers frighteningly intimate portraits of killers such as Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz Rantisi (an inmate at Ketziot when Goldberg was a prison guard there), whom Goldberg enrages by suggesting that he, Rantisi, might be part Jewish.
A state inmate filed a civil rights action alleging that a prison guard violated his Eighth Amendment rights.