Kudos on 3 interviews this week! I'm hopeful that one will be a good match for you. I always advise that you be observant of the security operations during your interview to affirm that the environment you will work in takes your safety seriously. A good entry evaluation and plenty of officers in the healthcare area indicates safety. Look for a good relationship between healthcare and security staff. Are they courteous or abrupt with each other? All things considered, go with the position that has the best working relationship with the officers. Usually that means a better running, more effective operation.
It is always a good idea to ask about orientation to the security environment and the nursing functions of the position. They know you are new to corrections and wanting a good orientation is always positive.
Sometimes nurses coming to corrections from LTC can come across too 'touchy-feely' for the corrections environment. Think about ways to identify that you know the patient population is different and that you will need to alter your 'caring' behaviors to match the new environment. Ask for suggestions as to how to quickly accomplish this.
About your bra: Yes, it may alarm the detector. In that case, they would bring out a female officer to pat you down. Can be embarrassing and time consuming. You may want to invest in a new bra for the interview. If you are serious about corrections, it will be a good investment. Since I'm not as well-endowed as you, I don't know if you even have another alternative to under-wire (LOL), but maybe others on this list have experience to share with you.
I am not able to list my website on this forum, but if you look at my profile you will find my link. I have a job interview
section that you might find helpful and also some information to help you ramp-up quickly on the patient population.
Best regards on the interviews and let us know the outcomes,