County jail turnkey turnover stable at half

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Waco – Corrections officer turnover at the McLennan County Jail is tracking predictably in the first quarter of 2016 at a factor of 11 percent. Thirty employees left their employment during the first three months of this year.

Based on information obtained by Legendary information activist Randall Scott Gates, attrition through “separation” has stabilized at about half of the 275-person workforce estimated by an official source close to this investigation who is obliged to remain anonymous.

This represents an uptick from roughly a third in 2011, the year prior to the election of Sheriff Parnell McNamara.

Separations of corrections staff in 2011 represented only 33 percent, but in 2012 advanced to 46 percent, remained at that factor in 2013, increased to 51 percent in 2014, and again by one point in 2015 to 52 percent.

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