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California City Correctional Center
22844 Virginia Blvd
California City, CA

Phone:(760) 246-7600

Friday, January 20th, 2017 at 3:06pm
Offenders in @CAL_PIA's Braille program at #Folsom State Prison give back to society by translating textbooks into Braille #Rehabilitation https://t.co/enUBHdQNOY
Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 9:05am
Throwback Thursday! CDCR Time Capsule (video) 1918: San Quentin film features work of 10-time Academy Award winner https://t.co/YCzxX03eQ5
Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 9:03am
California inmate firefighters from Ben Lomond Conservation Camp #45 helped citizens battle the wind and rain by making sandbags this month https://t.co/hob8dH1wSo CACorrections photo
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 1:44pm
Inmate John Campbell walked away from Eel River Conservation Camp Tuesday, and was apprehended without incident in Orland today. https://t.co/nhVwGfD5F6 CACorrections photo


California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is one of the nation's largest correctional systems with 112,000 inmates in 34 prisons, 3,800 in conservation camps, 8,600 out-of-state and 5,900 in other contract facilities, 670 juveniles and 45,000 parolees.
CACorrections added 3 new photos.Friday, January 20th, 2017 at 7:44pm
The Prison Arts Project at San Quentin is proud to exhibit 25 paintings, prints and drawings in downtown Oakland at the Alameda County Law Library. The exhibit features heroes such as Geronimo, Angela Davis and Ruth Bader Ginsberg, as well as self-portraits, explorations of classic art and imagery from nature.

The program began in 1977 and was the original model for Arts-in-Corrections. Studies show that prison arts programs have a wide range of positive impacts on inmate-behavior and prison environments, including bridging cultural differences and reducing inmate-staff conflict.
CACorrections shared CalPIA's post.Friday, January 20th, 2017 at 1:22pm
The latest installment of The Folsom Telegraph's Behind Prison Walls series features the CalPIA Braille program at Folsom State Prison. Offenders in the program study for hundreds of hours to earn certifications in Braille. Once certified, the inmates are able to give back to the community by translating academic textbooks into Braille for the visually impaired, helping them to have the same access to education as sighted people.

"For some inmates, this is their first job and not only do they learn a trade, but also how to interact with others in a workplace."

Read more: https://goo.gl/xStKoF
CACorrections added 4 new photos.Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 12:01pm
Did you know that California's heralded inmate firefighters have been helping residents battle the wind and rain this month?

Pictured here are inmate firefighters from Ben Lomond Conservation Camp #45. They made sand bags and put them on pallets earlier this month, allowing citizens to arrive and take as many as they needed.
CACorrectionsThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 11:48am
Throwback Thursday!

CDCR Time Capsule (video) 1918: San Quentin film features early work of 10-time Academy Award winner

CACorrectionsThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 11:31am
It's never too late to celebrate giving back to the community during the Holidays!

San Diego reentry program clients help wrap presents for children
CACorrectionsWednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 4:49pm
Inmate who Walked Away from Eel River Conservation Camp (CC #31) Apprehended in Orland

REDWAY – California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) agents today apprehended the minimum-security state prison inmate who walked away from California Correctional Center Eel River Conservation Camp in Humboldt County yesterday morning.

At approximately 10:45 a.m. on Jan. 18, inmate John Campbell, 38, was taken into custody without incident in Orland by CDCR Special Service Unit agents.

Campbell was committed to CDCR on May 13, 2016, from Butte County to serve a seven-year, four-month sentence for vehicle theft and evading a peace officer while driving recklessly. He was scheduled to parole in 2021.

Campbell will be transported back to California Correctional Center in Susanville, and will no longer be eligible to be housed in a conservation camp.

Since 1977, 99 percent of all offenders who have left an adult institution, camp, or community-based program without permission have been apprehended.