From left are Chief Deputy Warden Jared Lozano, Correctional Lt. Joseph Tuggle, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Capt. Chet Madison, Deputy Kionna Rowe, Sgt. Cary Trzcinski, Community Resource Manager Timothy Polasik and Warden Ronald Rackley.

From left are Chief Deputy Warden Jared Lozano, Correctional Lt. Joseph Tuggle, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Capt. Chet Madison, Deputy Kionna Rowe, Sgt. Cary Trzcinski, Community Resource Manager Timothy Polasik and Warden Ronald Rackley.

By Lt. Joseph Tuggle, AA/Public Information Officer
Folsom State Prison

Warden Ron Rackley of Folsom State Prison recently presented a check to the Sacramento Sheriff’s Activities League (SAL).

The inmates at Folsom State Prison Military Veterans Group, an Inmate Leisure Time Activity Group, held their annual food sale fundraiser which generated $2,396.19. All of these funds were donated to SAL.

What is the SAL?

SAL is a juvenile gang and crime prevention program relying on athletic and academic activities to develop a bond between law enforcement officers and the youth in the Sacramento area. SAL bridges the gap between law enforcement, kids and the community through sports and instructive activities, and by establishing mentoring relationships. Their mission is to develop productive citizens, build character, and prevent crime