California State Prison-Sacramento Inmate Shot And Killed While Allegedly Attacking Another InmateAn inmate at California State Prison - Sacramento was shot and killed by corrections officers on Wednesday when he and three others were allegedly trying to kill another inmate.
Santiago Cruz, Inmate Serving 125-Years-To-Life In Prison, Released Due To CoronavirusA California inmate who was serving a 125-year-to-life sentence for arson and making threats to rape and kill is being released from prison because of COVID-19.
California Prisons Replace Their Top Medical Officer Amid Coronavirus OutbreakThe top medical officer for California's corrections system has been replaced amid a growing coronavirus outbreak among the state's inmates.
Inmate Killed At California Health Care Facility in StocktonA prison inmate at the California Health Care Facility in Stockton was been killed and another inmate is being investigated as his possible killer.
Correctional Officer Dies After Testing Positive for Coronavirus, CDCR SaysThe California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation announced Sunday that a correctional officer has died after recently testing positive for the coronavirus.
Water Main Out At CDCR Building In Sacramento; Employees Permitted To Go Home EarlyEmployees at the State Department of Corrections and rehabilitation had to leave early Monday after water was shut off to the building.
Department Of Corrections Officials Launch Investigation Into Nazi Flag Hung In Staff Member's OfficeThe California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has launched an investigation in regard to a Nazi flag that was hung in a staff member's office in Downtown Sacramento.
Nazi Flag, Hate Signs Seen Hanging Inside California Department Of Corrections OfficeParole officers say it was meant for training and have since taken down the flag and signs.
Inmate Who Walked Away From Minimum Security Facility In Shasta County Caught In SalinasAuthorities in Shasta County are asking for the public to be on the lookout for an inmate who walked away from the California Correction Center (CCC) Sugar Pine Conservation Camp on Sunday.
CDCR Employees Wrongly Took Home State Vehicles, Cost Taxpayers Over $80,000A number of California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation managers used state vehicles to travel to and from work, costing the state and taxpayers more than $80,000.
Report: State Prison Administrator Watched Thousands Of YouTube Videos On His Work Computer During Work HoursA longtime administrator in the Valley State Prison (VSP) used his state-issued computer during work hours to access thousands of YouTube videos unrelated to his work.
Mule Creek State Prison Warden Target Of Federal InvestigationMule Creek State Prison warden Joe Lizarraga is under federal investigation, CDCR confirms.