Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. delivered opening remarks at the Bay Area Employer Forum hosted by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and California Prison Industry Authority. More than 150 people attended the forum where state and local leaders discussed the benefits of hiring trained former offenders.
High Desert State Prison Warden (A) Suzanne Peery recently presented a donation to Lassen County Sheriff Dean Growden.
Three outstanding California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) employees were honored recently as Officers of the Year in Monterey County.
High Desert State Prison recently pitched in to help the Lassen County Food Council.
A decade ago, the life of Correctional Officer Manuel A. Gonzales, Jr., was cut short and his former coworkers and friends continue to honor his memory through an annual fundraiser.
Schools across the nation celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday with Read Across America, including the community of Delano. Staff from North Kern State Prison used the opportunity to inspire students at Nueva Vista Language Academy by reading to students ranging from kindergarten through fifth grade.
The Investigative Services Unit (ISU) at Ironwood State Prison closed out an investigation leading to the discovery of a large stash of contraband being smuggled into the institution.
A Pelican Bay State Prison (PBSP) Correctional Officer and two Correctional Sergeants were recently honored by the Law Enforcement Administrators of Del Norte County (LEADN).
A CDCR employee, while on her way to work at CCWF, helped save the life of another CDCR employee who was unresponsive.
It’s tax season, which means it’s also time for tax scams, with numerous online schemes attempting to steal people’s tax refunds, bank accounts or identities. CDCR’s Information Security Office offers the following tips to keep yourself safe.