After recent incidents, state police visit Sununu Youth Services Center every shift

After recent incidents, state police visit Sununu Youth Services Center every shift



MINOR INJURIES AND PROPERTY DAMAGE REPORTED TO THE SUNUNU SERVICE CENTER THIS WEEKEND AS IT WAS AUGUST 16, STATE AND LOCAL POLICE AND EMS CALLED TO ASSIST SIX INCIDENTS. OVERALL, DHHS INDICATES THAT THE RESIDENT POPULATION AT THE CENTER, INDIVIDUALS DETAINED FOR SERIOUS AND VIOLENT OFFENSES AND INCIDENTS OVER THE WEEKEND ARE COMMON IN A FAIR SETTING. AND WHILE WE FOLLOW FEDERAL GUIDELINES, CURRENT STAFFING LEVELS REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SUPPORTS TO ENSURE ADEQUATE CARE. A SPOKESPERSON SAYS THEY HAVE COMPLETED FACILITY UPGRADES AND IMPROVED PROTOCOLS LIKE CHANGE VISITS. STATE POLICE AND THEY SAY COLLABORATING WITH ADMINISTRATIVE CAREGIVERS, MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND YOUTH COUNSELORS. INCREASED TEMPORARY STATE POLICE SUPPORT WILL HELP ENSURE THE FACILITY IS ABLE TO RESPOND QUICKLY TO AN ESCALATE AND KEEP RESIDENTS AND STAFF SAFE. THIS FORMER SUNUNU CENTER. LEFT AUG 16TH EVEN IN THE LAST TWO MONTHS I WAS THERE THE LAST TWO MONTHS THEY THE PERSONNEL MANAGER GAVE THEM CONVENIENT HEADS AGAINST METAL DOORS PLEASE ABOUT WEAK STAFF AND CREDITS TO THESE INDIVIDUALS TO HELP HER GET INTO THE COLLEGE WHERE SHE NOW LIVE. I JUST THINK THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD SURELY PAY MUCH MORE ATTENTION TO THEM, GIVE THEM MUCH MORE HELP BECAUSE NOT ALL IS NEGATIVE ABOUT THEM. NOW SALARY IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN LAST WEEK FOR POSITIONS LIKE STAFF HERE BUT THERE IS AN EXTRA CHALLENGE AT THIS NEW NEW CENTER AS IT IS SCHEDULED TO CLOSE IN MARCH AND THE LEGISLATURE HAS STILL TO EXTEND THIS OR APPROVE A NEW CENTER. WE’

After recent incidents, state police visit Sununu Youth Services Center every shift

Minor injuries and property damage were reported at Sununu Youth Services Center over the weekend.

Minor injuries and property damage were reported at Sununu Youth Services Center over the weekend.

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