NYC jail warden says she was unfairly demoted just months before retirement | #retirement | #elderly | #seniors
Suares sat across from Jennings, stunned. As far as she knew, she had a sparkling record: she had not been written up or faced disciplinary charges as she rose up the ranks from deputy warden, to deputy-warden-in-command, to warden. Under her leadership at the Rose M. Singer Center, the department passed its first Prison Rape Elimination Act audit. She used her own money to help spruce up a special boutique for those behind bars. She had contracted COVID in March while working in the jails, yet still managed to procure 2,000 pieces of personal protection equipment from Florida for her staffers.