Not really, but it has occurred in the past. One of my former coworkers was a probation officer and was bumped back to detention because she pissed off the chief juvenile officer at the time. I was hired when our facility was more punitive, but after about a year or so we started reforming and joining the Ann E. Casey Foundation (Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative) and a lot of changes occurred at our facility, such as getting a rid of lock downs for most situations and implementing 5 minute timeouts in corners... making a long story short, those that were against the reform and were very vocal about it were sort of pushed out and eventually quit. I was lucky because even though I was against the changes at first, I wasn't as vocal about it.
I am a juvenile corrections officer in Missouri.