Workplace shootings make headlines, lives are lost and communities are shattered. They can happen anywhere and at any time, usually without warning. That’s why CDCR’s staff diligently train to bring such situations to a quick resolution.
While their families may not have physically been present, the men completing their first cycle of GOGI (Going Out by Going In) Peer Coach Training at California State Prison Corcoran certainly felt their support for their rehabilitative efforts.
Wayne Stalie, an Equipment Maintenance Supervisor at California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison (SATF), recently received a Merit Award for his suggestion to share trash removal costs and services between SATF and nearby California State Prison, Corcoran.
California State Prison-Corcoran recently hosted at-risk youth from a Tulare County High School on one of its facilities as part of its Rehabilitating Educating And Creating Hope (REACH) program.
A group of Kern County at-risk youth were recently given a glimpse of incarceration at California State Prison, Corcoran.
CDCR is focused on providing inmates a solid pathway for rehabilitation, including those in the Step Down Program (SDP).