California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

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  • Corrections And Rehabilitations Case Study

    received into the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitations (CDCR) on February 16, 2000 for burglary in the 1st as a third striker. Subject arrived at CCI on July 7, 2015. Subject will be housed in Administrative Segregation Unit (ASU) placement in Facility A Housing Unit 6 cell B 106L, for self-expressed safety concerns. Subject explained that he was assigned as a porter in Facility A Housing Unit 3, and that Officer Lopez caught him with a kite/note that he was supposed to take to Inmate with the aka of “Black” in A section cell 106. The inmate with the aka of Black was identified as Inmate Herndon (K37052) Facility A 4A-106L. Subject stated he didn’t read the kite/note, but that an Inmate by the name of “Gary”…

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  • Holly Prizmich Case Study

    There are times in ones career in which you are graced with having the opportunity to converse with someone of high esteem, extensive knowledge, credibility, and pizazz who is open to share their story of success, passion, and ____________. Kathy Prizmich, National Director of Business Development is this person whom possesses all these qualities and exceeded any expectation of a marginal interview. While Kathy Prizmich had extensive years of success working with the California Department of…

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  • Recidivism In California Prisons

    Intro: The corrections system in the United States has been under scrutiny over the years. Since the early 1900’s the inmate population in the United States has continued to grow. No other country in the world has such a high percentage of its population incarcerated. Roughly 750 out of every 100,000 people are incarcerated in the U.S. The world average is only 166 per 100,000, proving that we are extremely high (Webb, 2007). It is known that one of the main reasons for our high number of…

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  • California State Prison System Essay

    The immediate affect it has on our society is that it has helped the CDCR reduce its inmate population drastically. This benefits California in many different way. One example of how it benefits California is by how it has helped reduce the inmate population in our state prison system. This saves the state of California and CDCR about $500,000,000 million dollars annually. The funds have also help the California Department of Correction and Rehabilitation from expanding it prison housing…

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  • Mass Incarceration Case Study

    of the State of California. The Court held that overcrowding of prison facilities led to eighth amendment violations related to inadequate health and mental health care services which contributed to unnecessary and preventable deaths (Brown v. Plata). This case appropriately demonstrates that mass incarceration is unsustainable with the current prison facilities. Furthermore, there are inadequate resources available in most states to increase facilities for incarceration. Furthermore, the…

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  • Essay On Prison Health Care

    Edwards, legislator analyst said that the legislatures conservative prediction is that federal payments for fiscal year 2014 which includes only six months under that years expansion rules, will reach fifty-two million about three percent of the states $1.6 billion prison health care bill. In 2015, the federal reimbursements are projected to a total of sixty-nine million (Vestal). Most inmates in the California prisons were asked to sign an enrollment form for Medicaid, but they did not want to…

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  • Arguments Against Juvenile Criminals

    In 2013, more than 4,200 Californians were arrested for nonviolent drug offenses. Meanwhile, criminal rehabilitation services are exceptionally poor, and often not offered to the majority of criminals. Proposition 57 gives parole opportunities to non-violent criminals, and offers merit points for criminal rehabilitation. It extends the freedoms of those who have been unfairly sentenced by the justice system, ensures public safety, and decreases prison population. Although many oppose this…

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  • Public Safety Act Of 2016 Analysis

    The purpose and the intent for this act is decrease crime and reduce recidivism. It also plans on increasing the threshold on certain misdemeanors and felonies. There is another act in place in California that has a completely different reform to fit its states purposes. I also found that the some of the committee members that helped create this act was not an involved in any criminal justice field. One of those organizations would be Memphis Tomorrow, which is an organization composed of…

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  • Three Strikes Law Cases

    controversy weather The Three Strike Law is cruel and unjust, while judges have been giving disproportionate sentences. “The Eight Amendment to the United States Constitution is part of United States Bill of Rights prohibiting the federal government from imposing excessive bail, excess fines, or cruel and usual punishment, including torture.” Was the Three Strike Law unconstitutional? Was the intent to get violent repeat officers incarcerated for a long period, or to get all offenders with…

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  • Prison Population Problem

    rate of prisoners each and every year coming out of the prison system. This not only is a growing trend in the United States, but a trend that we as a society need to look at and fix. According to an article in USA today: “the Pew Center on the States found that slightly more than four in 10 offenders return to prison within three years, a collective rate that has remained largely unchanged in years, despite huge increases in prison spending that now costs states $52 billion annually.”…

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