Nearly 100 criminals convicted of robbery, arson and violent assaults try to become prison officers 

Nearly 100 criminals convicted of drug-dealing, robbery, arson and violent assaults have tried to become prison officers – sparking corruption fears behind bars.

An investigation by MailOnline has uncovered a rogues gallery of offenders who have attempted to get the high security roles.

Among the 90 individuals are some 169 convictions or cautions, with crimes ranging from battery and assault to misconduct in a public office.

Others include shoplifting, using racially abusive words, harassment…

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