CDCR

AcronymDefinition
CDCRCalifornia Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
CDCRConjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy (opthamology)
CDCRCritical Design Change Request (software; various companies)
CDCRCanaliculodacryocystorhinostomy (surgical procedure)
CDCRConceptual Design and Cost Review
CDCRCompact Disc Clock Radio
CDCRCentralized Data Collection and Reduction
CDCRContractor Drawing Change Request (NASA)
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Aunque la huelga comenzo en Pelican Bay -donde segun el CDCR 42% de los reos es de origen hispano-, el movimiento ya se extendio a 11 de las 33 prisiones del sistema penitenciario de California.
The report includes analyses of demographics, including gender, length of stay, offense, age, risk category, mental health status and behavior while under CDCR supervision.
Shera's experiences with the technologies then in use at the CDCR and his eventual and bitter disappointment with the research direction at the CDCR taken by Kent and Perry alerted Richmond to the potential of rough water ahead.
LM = 1.38 - 0.33BSCI + 0.66CDCR - 0.038[(CDCR).sup.2]} (2.19)(-3.25) (6.08) (-7.28)} (15)
This warden also proved instrumental in preventing inmate caseworkers from transferring inmates to other institutions in the 33 CDCR institution penal systems until the conclusion of the semester.
With the exception of these kinetic light switches, the technological advances were mostly in the layout of the cell blocks and the removal of the people living in the prison from consideration, with the exception that their bodies--about a couple percent of CDCR's prisoners, give or take--would fill those cells.
For example, a 2011 contract between CCA and the CDCR states that
Prisoners spend an average of 7.5 years in the Pelican Bay SHU, the only one for which the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) has statistics.
After the State of California was unable to comply with consent orders in a prisoners' class action, which provided remedies to address deficiencies in prison medical care, the district court imposed a receivership on the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to administer and improve prisoner health care.
Of the 130,000 juveniles incarcerated in county and state facilities across the United States, approximately 1% are in the juvenile division of the California prison system (CDCR 2010; Sickmund 2005).
Lisa has been an employee of the CDCR for just over 20 years, seven of which have been at the California State Prison Solano as a Vocational OSRT Instructor.