Joining the Prison Service and working in a high-security prison can be an eye-opener. One who does so experiences corruption, victimization, discrimination, bullying, and harassment-and that’s from the prison staff.
Elizabeth Benjamin tells it as it is and exposes what truly goes on behind the walls of our prisons.
After joining the Prison Service, Elizabeth encountered bullying, harassment, discrimination, and victimization from fellow officers. She witnessed many inmates and other members of staff encounter the same. Elizabeth spent her four and a half years being bullied and intimidated by prison staff. She endred being locked in a dark room, being set up by management, being purposely almost knocked down by a Catagory A wagon, and being penalized when her two brothers were remanded in custody after having been wrongly accused of committing a crime.
Elizabeth tells her story of what actually does go on behind the prison walls. She exposes the secrets, cover-ups, and corruption within the prison system, maybe causing controversy in the world of the Prison Service.