Department Of Corrections And Rehabilitation
A California parole agent was accused of soliciting one of his parolees to kill another. Numerous corrections department employees allegedly had sex with inmates, including juveniles.
Some sex offenders are back on the streets, sometimes in a matter of hours because of the justice system’s revolving door.
A veteran state corrections supervisor says the community is at risk because sex offenders who violate parole are being put right back on the streets.
California’s corrections department overpaid some employees for salaries and travel advances and was slow to collect those funds, according to an audit the state controller’s office released Wednesday.
California improperly freed more than 450 dangerous criminals without supervision last year as part of a controversial parole program designed to reduce prison crowding and cost, the California prison system’s independent inspector general said in a report Wednesday.
A new state audit released today identifies hundreds of thousands of dollars in government waste, at a time when California is bleeding red ink.
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