For the Ripon Police Department’s first year in the Law Enforcement Torch Run, officers ran 19.8 miles from Ripon to Deuel Vocational Institution in Tracy, passing the torch to DVI Chief Deputy Warden Kathryn Kesterson. From there, CDCR employees carried the torch on to Tracy.
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
With appropriate ceremonial decorum, Parole Academy Class 16-01-0624, or as they named themselves, “the replacements,” marched into the Richard A. McGee Correctional Training Center Auditorium in Galt on Friday, June 24.Continue Reading
Four correctional officers were injured Tuesday, June 28, in inmate attacks at California State Prison-Los Angeles County (LAC).
In honor of Memorial Day, the California Correctional Center’s Veterans in Prison group recently conducted a flag-folding ceremony.
The Office of Peace Officer Selection (OPOS) is now accepting Correctional Officer applications. The application period will remain open until another 10,000 applications have been received and then pause again while those applications are processed through the written exam, supplemental application and physical fitness test.
The California Institution for Women presented refurbished bicycles to students who turned their lives around, improving their grades and attendance record.
Helping light the way out for parolees from a life of crime is exactly what motivates the cadets of the Division of Adult Parole Operations (DAPO) Academy Class of June 2016. The class graduates June 24.
Correctional staff from the California Rehabilitation Center recently joined forces with Riverside County Sheriff, Corona Police Department, Eastvale Police Department and San Bernardino County Sheriff to raise over $12,000 for Special Olympics.
When Kaitlin Bennett got behind the wheel of her car after having drinks with a friend in 2012, she didn’t know her decision would have devastating effects. She crashed into a vehicle carrying five teenagers, seriously injuring some of them. Bennett woke up in county jail, where she began her life as a prisoner. Now she shares her story to help others avoid the mistakes she made.
This Father’s Day, Google has put its support behind children of incarcerated parents through a powerful message of love and compassion.
Sierra Conservation Center – in observation of Victim Awareness Month – recently supported the Tuolumne County’s District Attorney’s office by a fundraiser to benefit the DA’s Victim/Witness Center. The fundraiser netted $1,000.