CDCR is hiring academic teachers, librarians, job instructors

The “R” in CDCR is getting a boost thanks to the department’s effort to fill multiple positions in the Division of Rehabilitative Programs’ Office of Correctional Education (OCE). Career opportunities range from carpenters and cosmetologists to librarians and credentialed academic teachers. To speed the process, spot interviews will be offered at multiple locations across the state from April 24-May 12.

CDCR unveils regulations for Proposition 57

Today, CDCR submitted regulations for Proposition 57 to the Office of Administrative Law (OAL). Last November, California voters overwhelmingly passed Proposition 57 (64 percent to 35 percent) to enhance public safety, stop the revolving door of crime by emphasizing rehabilitation, and prevent federal courts from indiscriminately releasing inmates.