Maintain peace and order under the Sheriff’s supervision.
Prisons have two goals: keep dangerous criminals off the streets and promote rehabilitation. Not everyone can be rehabilitated, but for every unrepentant offender, several others feel sorry for their crimes and want to change. Prison Directors walk the line between firm discipline and forgiveness to make prisons as efficient as possible.
Every day is a balancing act if you’re a Prison Director. The prison runs on limited funding, and you’re always short on staff and updated security systems. The Accountant in you comes out to ensure that everyone has a bed and clothing, while keeping security as current as possible and seeing that you have the staff required to manage so many people.
Once the basics are taken care of, the Prison Director focuses on the inmates themselves. You’re the Supervisor, and it’s up to you to handle complaints and promote new rehabilitation methods. Choosing disciplinary methods for inmates who act out, and planning a new prison library are two of many things that could land on a Prison Director’s to-do list.
Then there’s your staff to manage in addition to your inmates. Scheduling enough people on duty for each shift, running background checks on new employees, and recruiting the best Psychologists and Prison Guards all play a role in running a successful prison. Though it comes with a lot of rules to uphold, the end result is a safer society.