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California City Correctional Center
22844 Virginia Blvd
California City, CA

Phone:(760) 246-7600


California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is one of the nation's largest correctional systems with 114,000 inmates in 34 prisons, 3,500 in conservation camps, 4,200 out-of-state and 6,100 in other contract facilities, 670 juveniles and 45,000 parolees.
CACorrectionsTuesday, July 25th, 2017 at 5:29am
CDCR is hosting a live interview with the Camp Grace program at Salinas Valley State Prison this Friday, July 28 at 10 a.m!

Camp Grace, organized by nonprofit organization The Place4Grace.org, allows children to spend an extended visit with their incarcerated fathers over the course of five days - at no cost to the families. The children and their fathers participate in music and crafts projects and group activities, helping to build positive family relationships. Viewers will be able to ask questions about the program and receive answers in real-time, right here on Facebook.
CACorrections added 6 new photos to the album: Wasco prison staff serve breakfast to military veterans.Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 at 8:38am
Last month, Wasco State Prison-Reception Center Warden John Sutton, Chief Deputy Warden Heather Shirley, and several members of the management team came together at the Kern County Honor Flight (KCHF) to serve breakfast to those who proudly served our country, our military veterans.

Warden Sutton and his staff visited with the veterans, listening to their stories.

After breakfast, the warden thanked each veteran for their service and presented the KCHF Organization with a check in the amount of $6,536. These funds were raised by WSP-RC staff who participated in several fundraisers and organized an inmate food sale.

The donation will pay for four military veterans to travel to Washington, D.C.

CACorrectionsFriday, July 21st, 2017 at 11:49am

Using art as a tool for rehabilitation inside prison has been around for decades with the practice’s popularity fluctuating, depending on the decade.

The British Pathé YouTube channel features three short newsreels highlighting art shows at San Quentin State Prison in the early 1960s. Newsreels typically played before the movies started, much like today’s previews.

The 1963 video, titled “Prison art shown at San Quentin,” begins with a shot of San Quentin’s exterior and a voice-over by narrator Michael Fitzmaurice.

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Prison Art At San Quentin (1963)
San Quentin Prison, San Francisco, California, United States of America (USA). Title reads 'Prison Art Shown at San Quentin'. BGV. Main entrance of San Quent...
CACorrections shared CalPIA's photo.Thursday, July 20th, 2017 at 12:04pm
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CACorrections added a new photo to the album: Above the Call.Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 10:00am
#AboveTheCall: Mule Creek State Prison employee and his son help rescue injured man from ravine.

Thomas Haeseker, a case records technician at MCSP, was enjoying Father's day with his family on vacation and taking wilderness training with his young son, Hunter, when things quickly went downhill.

A young woman was very upset when her boyfriend, Chris, didn’t return from his dirt-bike ride the day before and was still missing.

“She had called 911 for search and rescue to find him. As she was telling me that, a CHP helicopter flew over my head and hovered,” said Haeseker. “I knew this was bad. I asked her where he would be riding and she said ‘around here somewhere.'”

Almost on cue, a Sheriff’s Deputy drove down the road into their camp to let them know a rider was missing.

“My wife Angie and my son started the Rhino [the Haesekers' all-terrain vehicle, pictured] to begin the search,” he said. “The Sheriff Deputy and I drove to a washed out ravine. The washout is about 70 feet across and 30 feet deep and over 100 yards long. We looked across the ravine and spotted him but he was not moving......Read more at: https://goo.gl/KtwNpE
CACorrections shared CalPIA's photo.Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 8:28am
Discovery ChalleNGe Academy is looking for correctional staff in the San Joaquin County area willing to volunteer their time to mentor at-risk youth and help make a difference in the community.

Discover ChalleNGe Academy is a partnership between the California National Guard and the San Joaquin County Office of Education that offers a structured environment for youth to promote leadership, cooperation and academic skills, while building self-esteem, pride and confidence.

Attend an informational meeting at the California Health Care Facility administration building on Monday, July 31 at 8 a.m. to learn more.