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1 CDCR To Expand In-Person Visitations; Active Cases Cross 100 After Weeks of Low Numbers
2 CDCR to begin offering in-person visiting on Fridays later this month
3 CDCR's Sierra Conservation Center Reports COVID-19 Outbreak-- Only 39% of Staff and 67% of Population Is Fully Vaccinated
4 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to Launch Third Day of In-Person Visiting in August
5 CDCR Halts Early Release Program for Incarcerated People With
6 Condemned Inmate Rodney Alcala Dies of Natural Causes
7 CDCR celebrates Delano video court program
8 Out of California's $8.5 Billion Total COVID Response Costs, $1.6 Billion Went to CDCR According to CalMatters Analysis
9 Most CDCR Prison Facilities Resume Limited Programming; No COVID-19 Outbreaks for Several Weeks
10 Inmate Walks Away From Conservation Camp In El Dorado County, CDCR Says
11 33 CDCR Institutions in Phase 3 of Re-Opening
12 Offender Who Walked Away from Los Angeles Reentry Program Apprehended
13 California prison sentencing error confuses inmate firefighters expecting release
14 Inmate sought after walking away from CDCR facility in Los Angeles
15 Judge won’t stop California’s new rules for good conduct releases for 76,000 inmates
16 Prison lawsuit changes course | News |
17 Judge rejects bid to overturn rules that speed up release of California prisoners
18 Shasta County DA to seek data of inmates released from prison
19 After inmate firefighter allegedly steals firetruck, O.C. District Attorney criticizes corrections agency
20 Glitch Complicates Release of California Prison Firefighters
21 Nearly a third of California's firefighters are incarcerated. Jaime Lowe's new book highlights their stories
22 Letters: Prisons spread COVID. Staff need a vaccine mandate
23 Condemned Inmate Donald Millwee Dies of Natural Causes
24 Prisons close as California inmate population dwindles
25 Sex Offender Compliance Sweep in Mendocino County – Redheaded Blackbelt
26 California prison office skewed state hiring decisions and misspent funds, audit says
27 Review: On the wildfire line with California’s female inmates
28 CDCR Makes Changes to ‘Good Conduct Credits,’ Could Put Inmates In Front of Parole Board Sooner
29 Prisons Have Been Restricting Family Visits For Years. The Pandemic Showed Just How Fragile Those Policies Can Be.
30 Inmate apprehended in Modesto after walking away from El Dorado County fire camp
31 CDCR grants prisoners more credits, CA district attorneys fight back
32 Local strike team assisting with Dixie Fire | Open |
33 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Announces Closure of California Correctional Center in Susanville
34 Bill To Stop CA Prisons From Transferring Illegal Immigrant Prisoners To ICE Custody Passes Senate Committee
35 CDCR Staff Fail to Comply With Mandatory Testing; Intake From County Jails Resumes
36 CDCR Announces Closure of the California Correctional Center in Susanville by July 2022
37 CDCR's CA Correctional Center's Closure Could Reshape Lassen County's Labor Force
38 Looking Back at CDCR's COVID-19 Early Release Efforts-- Was It Adequate?
39 California's Early Prison Release Plan Sparks Outrage, Confusion
40 Madera County DA Outraged
41 Leaked CDC document exposes Biden administration's COVID-19 cover-up
42 11 Weekly Highlights from CDCR's COVID-19 Crisis: In-Person Visitation to Resume in Phases From April 10
43 76k CDCR Residents Maybe Eligible for Early-Release via Prop. 57, Conservatives Raise Concerns
44 8 Weekly Highlights from CDCR's COVID Crisis: 44 DAs File Lawsuit Against CDCR For Good Conduct Credit Expansion
45 Unannounced OIG Visits to CDCR Uncover 1,197 Incidents of COVID-19 Protocol Violations
46 Fully Vaccinated CDCR Staff Members Now Exempt From Surveillance Testing
47 CDCR Halts Data Reporting on Staff COVID-19 Cases, Deaths; Only 50 Active Cases Reported Across CDCR
48 A Comprehensive Review of CDCR Staff Behavior Regarding Vaccinations, Testing, Masking & Social Distancing
49 10 Weekly Highlights from CDCR's COVID Crisis: Decrease in GTL Costs to Save Families $17m per Year & More
50 CDCR announces new app for family, friends to schedule video visits with inmates
51 Concerns Over CDCR's Early-Release Programs; COVID-19 High-Risk Transfers Halted Indefinitely
52 Deaths Rise Across CDCR; Inspector General Blasts CDCR for "Inconsistent" & "Vague" Directives
53 California Now Must Supply Woman's Prisons Condoms Due To...
54 Correctional Training Facility in Soledad Launches Innovative Veterans Hub for Incarcerated Veterans
55 Previous : 300 San Quentin Residents' Lawsuit Against CDCR For Mishandling COVID-19 Underway
56 10 Weekly Highlights from CDCR's COVID Crisis: Good Conduct Credit Rate Expanded; Staff Vaccine Acceptance Raises Concerns
57 As Vaccination Uptake Increases, CDCR Announces Plans to Ease In-Person Visitation Restrictions
58 Sierra Conservation Center to become hub for fire camps upon closure of Susanville prison
59 Coalition of district attorneys files legal challenge to new state prison good conduct credits
60 CDCR Deemed Unfit after Requesting Billions of Dollars for Closing Prison
61 Ward joins most California district attorneys in opposing CDCR emergency regulations
62 CDCR to reduce cost of phone calls for inmates starting this month
63 Vanguard Investigation: CDCR Sends People on a Wild Goose Chase for Release Dates, PPC or Early Release Eligibility
64 8 Weekly Highlights from CDCR's COVID Crisis: CA Correctional Center to Fully Close By 2022
65 SAN QUENTIN, CDCR HEARING: Inmate Describes COVID Mistreatment, County Heath Chief Talks about Prison Failing to Act in Crisis
66 Kern Valley State Prison Officials Investigating the Death of an Incarcerated Person as a Homicide
67 76,000 California inmates eligible for early release credits
68 High Desert State Prison Officials Investigating the Death of an Incarcerated Person as a Homicide
69 Eligible inmates entitled to stimulus payments, CDCR says
70 Charge against "Dating Game Killer" dismissed | Local |
71 California State Assembly Blasts CDCR's COVID-19 Response Following Inspector General Report
72 Lawmakers, Watchdogs Criticize CDCR's Inability to Explain Multi-Billion Dollar Prison Infrastructure Plan
73 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation suspends county inmate transfers
74 California Department Of Corrections Reduces Cost Of Phone Calls For Inmates
75 San Quentin News Relaunched, Victims Raise Concerns As CDCR Continues To Reduce Prison Population During Pandemic
76 5 Weekly Highlights from CDCR's COVID Crisis
77 Jessie Lee Cooks, convicted of "Zebra" killings, dies in prison
78 Bill to Crosscheck EDD Applicants With CDCR Prison Records Passes Senate Comm.
79 5 Weekly Highlights from CDCR's COVID Crisis
80 Offender Apprehended After Walking Away from Acton Conservation Camp in Los Angeles County
81 CDCR Sued By Family Of Prisoner Who Died From COVID-19
82 “Ridiculed, threatened and dehumanized”- COVID-19 Stories from CDCR's CA Medical Facility
83 California inmates won't be set free soon
84 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the Largest State Criminal Justice Agency in the United States, Implements eSOPH Background Investigation System
85 FBI, police operation in Porterville ends in 39 arrests
86 44 Elected District Attorneys File Suit Challenging the Early Release of 76000 State Prison Inmates
87 Tehachapi Prison to close Level I facilities in June 2022
88 Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Against California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
89 Valley State Prison Youthful Offenders Graduate from Junior Mentor Leadership Program
90 UCI and CDCR sign MOU to partner on new in-prison bachelor's degree program
91 Governor Newsom Announces CDCR Secretary Retirement, Names New Secretary | California Governor
92 Limited visits to resume at California prisons one year after suspension due to COVID
93 Elk Grove woman, trades worker in corrections, sues CDCR
94 CDCR Healthcare workers to Gov. Newsom
95 CDCR confirms large fight at Correctional Training Facility in Soledad – KION546
96 Teacher at Pelican Bay State Prison Sues CDCR Alleging Racism, Harassment
97 CDCR to Release Thousands of Inmates in COVID 'Decompression'
98 CDCR resuming limited intake from county jails; no immediate impact expected in Del Norte
99 California prison guards missed inmate’s decapitation and misled investigators, report says
100 Condemned Inmate Richard Benson Dies