California Prisons Go Solar as Part of Green Initiative


(12/18/2012)
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) recently announced that solar energy installations at four of its prisons are now operating at full capacity. The department began installing large solar arrays at its facilities in 2006, working with international utility company Sun Edison, based in Belmont, Calif.

Robert Glass & Associates Acquired by CGL


(07/19/2012)
CGL Management Group LLC (CGL) and Robert Glass & Associates Inc. (RGA) today announced that CGL has acquired RGA.

$602.9 Million Approved Under AB900, Phase II


(03/14/2012)
On March 8, Corrections Standards Authority approved $602,881,000 in funds for jail construction projects in 11 counties, the second phase under realignment, which amounts to a $1.2 billion investment in county jails, under AB 900.

CDCR's K-9s Fight Contraband in California

By Ahavah Revis
(05/23/2011)
As statewide K-9 coordinator for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Sergeant Wayne W. Conrad sits on the front line of California’s battle against contraband.

Stockton Project Bid Winners Announced


(04/13/2011)
STOCKTON, Calif. — Joint venture Hensel Phelps-Granite was named as the primary contractor to design and build the first phase of the $900 million prison medical facility project near Stockton.

Calif. Prison Gets Eco-friendly Lighting


(03/23/2011)
Induction lighting firm US Lighting Tech, based in Irvine, recently completed interior lighting installation at Corcoran State Prison.

Calif. Judge Ends Long-running Inmate Abuse Suit


(03/22/2011)
U.S. District Court Judge Thelton Henderson of San Francisco ended a 21-year lawsuit Monday that fundamentally changed California’s prison system over the past two decades.

Calif. Judge Ends Long-running Inmate Abuse Suit


(03/22/2011)
U.S. District Court Judge Thelton Henderson of San Francisco ended a 21-year lawsuit Monday that fundamentally changed California’s prison system over the past two decades.

Correctional News Podcast!


(02/15/2011)
While the Stockton Chamber of Commerce may have taken federal receivership and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to court in response to the new correctional medical facility that is now being built there, they are now completely in favor of the project.

Calif. Delays Awarding Death Row Contract

By Helen Christophi
(02/10/2011)
The Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation announced late Wednesday that it has again delayed awarding a contract for the first phase of a new $356 million death row complex at San Quentin State Prison.