Tag: California prisons
State is responding in part to videos of pepper-spray incidents disclosed as part of inmate lawsuit.
Programs being offered now reflect different approach by Gov. Brown to criminal justice.
State prison officials proposed policy changes to adjust how staff treat mentally ill inmates.
A look back on the laws and governors who have shaped the parole process today.
An increasing percentage of murderers serving life sentences are being paroled.
Stanford study finds that just 1.3 percent of those released under Prop. 36 have gone back to prison.
Prison officials have 60 days to revise their policies for using pepper spray and isolation units.
Jeffrey Beard may have the toughest job in state politics, facing multiple crises since taking the job.
Judges say court-appointed mediator needs more time to reach agreement on how to reduce inmate crowding.
Officials lay groundwork for relocating prisoners as Brown asks for extension to court-ordered deadline.