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CALIFORNIA CITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER Address

California City Correctional Center
22844 Virginia Blvd
California City, CA
93505

Phone:(760) 246-7600

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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.
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CACorrectionsSunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 11:04am
CDCR officials are looking for Andre Miller, 30, who walked away from the Male Community Reentry Program facility in Los Angeles on Saturday, April 22.

An emergency search was conducted after being notified at approximately 10:30 a.m. today that Miller’s GPS device had been tampered with, and that he had been seen exiting the side door by staff. Miller’s GPS device was found in his bedroom.

Notification was immediately made to local law enforcement agencies. Within minutes, agents from CDCR’s Office of Correctional Safety were dispatched to locate and apprehend Miller.

Miller is 5 feet, 9 inches tall and weighs 175 pounds. He was received by CDCR from Los Angeles County on June 30, 2016, with a two-year sentence for two counts of second-degree burglary. Miller was transferred from the California Institution for Men (CIM) to the MCRP on April 21. He was scheduled to be released to probation in May 2017.

Anyone who sees Miller or has any knowledge of his whereabouts should immediately contact law enforcement or call 911.

The MCRP allows eligible offenders committed to state prison to serve the end of their sentences in the reentry center and provides them the programs and tools necessary to transition from custody to the community. It is a voluntary program for male offenders who have approximately one year left to serve. The program links offenders to a range of community-based rehabilitative services that assist with substance use disorders, mental health care, medical care, employment, education, housing, family reunification and social support.

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

More: https://goo.gl/gE6gP6.
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CACorrections shared TED's post.Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 9:03am
Curtis "Wall Street" Carol is an investor, a mentor, a teacher, a motivational speaker and an inmate at San Quentin State Prison.

At last year's TEDx San Quentin event, Wall Street shared his story of rehabilitation, from teaching himself how to read to learning about the stock market to spreading his knowledge with his peers, enabling them to better manage their budgets and prepare for their futures.

Learn more about his work here: https://goo.gl/pNHymO.
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CACorrectionsFriday, April 21st, 2017 at 11:05am
#ThrowbackThursday

On Sept. 10, 1930, San Quentin State Prison’s inmate newspaper The Wall City News published an edition in which the warden thanked visitors who came to the prison for a special event.

Today, the prison publishes the inmate newspaper San Quentin News.

Read more about this historic event here... https://goo.gl/IZkiuZ
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CACorrectionsThursday, April 20th, 2017 at 10:48am
#AboveTheCall

On Feb. 14, Sgt. Chad Ericson pulled up to Circle K to buy coffee before his shift at FSP. Ericson noticed an individual wearing a black ski mask, pacing back and forth in front of the store while on the phone. FSP Correctional Officer Daren Procida pulled up to the store in his truck and parked next to Ericson. As they exited their vehicles, they saw two other individuals wearing masks run out of the store carrying two black bags.

Ericson ran in the store and learned from the cashier that she had been robbed. He immediately yelled to Officer Procida to call 911 and began to chase the suspects on foot as they ran down the street. After Procida called 911, he joined Ericson on the chase.

Sgt. Ericson gained ground on one of the suspects who took cover in a shadowy corner at the end of the complex. Sgt. Ericson said that he was an off duty peace officer and asked the suspect to show his hands. At that time, the suspect reached into his waistband, pulled out a handgun and said, “I have a piece.”

The suspect held the firearm at waist level, pointed at the ground. Sgt. Ericson told the suspect to put the weapon down. The suspect did not comply and took two steps back and retreated into the dark portion of the apartment complex.

Sgt. Ericson backed out of the area and rejoined CO Procida at the front of the apartment complex. The Folsom Police Department arrived on scene and Sgt. Ericson informed them of the situation and gave the police clothing the suspects had discarded during the pursuit.

Because of the actions of the two prison employees, within minutes of the crime, the police apprehended the three original suspects as well as an additional suspect in a waiting vehicle.
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CACorrections was live.Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 5:08am
We're live at Folsom State Prison with Superintendent Brant Choate, Deputy Superintendent Shannon Swain, and FSP education staff answering your questions about teaching and librarian job opportunities within CDCR. We'll be answering your questions in real time in the comments below!

Learn more about careers in correctional education at CDCR.ca.gov.
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CACorrectionsWednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 4:31am
Want a career as a correctional educator? We're getting ready to go LIVE with Correctional Education staff who will be answering your questions about job opportunities, pay, benefits, and more. Join us here at 10 a.m. today!