How California’s Prison Population Exploded

And why the costs of housing inmates skyrocketed at the same time.
By Joaquin Palomino

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Dear CDCR Educator

SB 1121 will soon be scheduled for hearing and Sen. Hancock would like to have teachers from the prison schools present to comment on the bill

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Gov. Jerry Brown plans $1 billion in prison cuts

Brown’s budget would save California $1.1 billion on housing inmates

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Realignment Agreement in CDCR

Local 1000 negotiators have reached a comprehensive 46-point agreement that will significantly lessen the impact felt by members affected by the legislatively mandated Realignment in the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR).

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HR QUESTIONS FOR AB 109 WEBINAR

These Q&As represent generalizations of the process. Note that the layoff process is individualized, based upon a number of factors, including but not limited to, an individual’s seniority, classification, personal and primary demotional patterns, area of layoff and existence of appropriate vacancies.

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Supreme Court Rules California Must Free Tens of Thousands of Inmates

A sharply divided Supreme Court Monday affirmed a controversial prisoner reduction plan forced on California prison administrators that requires the state to reduce its inmate population by tens-of-thousands to ease overcrowding.

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