From recruitment to neighborhood participation, CDCR and CCHCS continued to satisfy their objectives of public security and rehab while likewise providing quality healthcarein 2022
CDCR Secretary Allison retires, Macomber is brand-new Secretary
Secretary Kathleen Allison, after 3 years with the department, retired in December. Guv Gavin Newsom designated Jeffrey Macomber as her replacement. He was sworn in as Secretary on Dec. 28. Check out the story.
CDCR, CCHCS honors staff members
The department honored those who exceeded and beyond throughout the 2022 Medal of Valor Event in September. Check out the story
Sgt. Villarreal was acknowledged with a Gold Medal by the State of California
Employers and working with occasions
CDCR and CCHCS stepped up recruitment efforts throughout the state, assisting fill custody and assistance jobs.
Fairs offered chances to engage with the general public while addressing concerns about tasks in the department. Drug Abuse Treatment Center and State Jail employers went to the September Tulare and Kings counties task fairs.
Personnel might likewise be discovered at the California State Fair in addition to neighborhood occasions such as National Night Out, county fairs, street carnivals and college profession days. Check out the most recent story.
Honor Guards, personnel pay homage through patriotism
CDCR Honor Guards and other personnel marched in parades, paid their aspects to fallen personnel, and kept in mind those lost throughout Memorial Day and Sept. 11 homages. Personnel likewise honored the service members previous and present throughout Veterans Day.
Personnel enter into vacation spirit
From charitable contributions to present circulation, personnel entered into the vacation spirit. Some even selected to place on the renowned red match to go to schools or take part in vacation neighborhood activities.
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Checking out the department’s abundant history
Inside CDCR handled brand-new story concepts in 2022, consisting of assisting long time San Quentin Museum volunteer Jeff Craemer inform the stories of those buried in jail cemeteries. ( Check out the very first of the series, Tales from the Cemetery.)
The most-read history story in 2022 was a 1990s report by the late Cock Nelson re-published in 2020. Check out the story: By the numbers: History of the prisoner numbering system
Another popular story concentrates on San Quentin Deputy Warden Amos Lunt
Podcasts and academy graduations
The Correctional Training Center stories have actually continued to show popular with personnel. Academy graduations regularly rank amongst the greatest seen stories on Within CDCR. In reality, the leading story for 2022 is a graduation
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