Gifts for Prison Officers

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Gifts for Prison Officers
Purchase a prison officer a coffee mug they can use on breaks. (tea 8 image by chrisharvey from Fotolia.com)

Gifts for prison officers may not only help maintain order at correctional facilities, but also make their jobs more bearable. It takes special training to become a prison officer, as workers come in contact with criminals everyday. Keeping prisoners and other prison officials safe is one of the top priorities inside a prison.

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Security Gifts

Prison officers must protect themselves at all times while at work. You may purchase the prison officer on your gift list a pair of handcuffs, for example, but first check with prison officials to see if officers are allowed to use personal equipment on the job. A new mobile phone, which can be used as a backup form of communication if their prison-issued two-way radio stops working, can serve as a security gift because it provides the prison officer with a way to contact others if trouble occurs.

Personal Gifts

For the prison officer who cannot leave the facility for lunch, purchase them a lunch bag and beverage container. You can also give them a coffee mug, bound to be used on overnight prison shifts. They can also use a coffee maker, toaster and other small kitchen appliances that can be stored in a break room. If the prison does not provide their officers with free uniforms, you can purchase uniforms for them through a local uniform supplier or at a uniform store. Complete the uniform by purchasing work boots, socks and a belt.

Gifts Offering Escape

While on break at work, prison officers can escape their environments by listening to music on personal listening devices. If they already have a personal listening device, you can purchase them accessories for it. For the prison officer who loves to read, purchase them a subscription to their favourite magazines or a book they can read while on break.

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