A murder suspect was recently apprehended by the U.S. Marshal’s Pacific Southwest Regional Fugitive Task Force, a group with some members hailing from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Friday, May 29, 2015
Employees from California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation facilities have been hard at work volunteering to raise money for Special Olympics.Continue Reading
Artwork created by inmates at Pelican Bay State Prison (PBSP) recently found its way to the walls of the Del Norte County Courthouse.
The California Prison Industry Authority (CALPIA) Digital Services Enterprise, also known as the California Assistive Technology Enterprise (CATE), provides a wide-range of services to assist the visually impaired and help rehabilitate inmates at Folsom State Prison.
California Rehabilitation Center (CRC) Associate Warden of Programs Robert Bandholtz and Lt. Armando Balderrama recently joined other law enforcement participants at the 2015 Special Olympics Southern California – Inland Empire Regional Spring Games held at Vista Murrieta High School in Murrieta.
Since November 2014, a Female Offender Support Group has been held to help women avoid the mistakes which landed them in trouble in the first place.
Inmates at Sierra Conservation Center are building a better future – using hammers, nails, chisels and trowels. Through the institution’s Career Technical Education Building Maintenance Program, rehabilitation is the key to assisting inmates when they return to their communities.
After months of planning and preparation, the Basic Correctional Juvenile Academy recently opened at the Stockton Training Center. The 16-week training session includes 10 cadets training to be Youth Correctional Officers (YCO) and 38 cadets training to be Youth Correctional Counselors (YCC).
In the first stage of the Archery World Cup, hosted in Shanghai, China, the USA women’s team scored a silver medal. One of the team’s members is an employee of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Top-level executives and management staff at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Division of Juvenile Justice recently gathered to exchange ideas, and discuss everything from effective leadership to an award-winning project presented by incarcerated youth.
On Saturday May 16, Avenal state prison’s (ASP) Crisis Response Team and Investigative Services Unit-Gang Task Force teamed up with the Parlier Police Department and law enforcement from Orange Cove, Selma, Sanger, Firebaugh and Coalinga for a gang sweep in the City of Parlier.