CDCR

AcronymDefinition
CDCRCalifornia Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
CDCRConjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy (opthamology)
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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The procedure of CDCR includes rebuilding a new drainage system between the conjunctiva and the nasal cavity using a tear drainage tube and bypassing upper lacrimal system.
Source: CDCR, Offender Information Services Branch, Data Analysis Unit).
Race/ethnicity is recorded on an inmate's arrival into the CDCR prison system and is chosen by the inmate from a list of 27 race/ethnicities that includes a category called "other.
The objective of this study was to carry out CHDC reaction of 2,4-DCP in CDCR in the presence of Pd/C catalyst under mild reaction conditions.
The California Department of Public Health can make recommendations, and the CDCR can elect not to carry them out.
In response to the 2011 strikes, the CDCR revised its gang validation process, with the stated goal of reducing the SHU population and the average term of a SHU sentence, and of increasing due process.
57) In 2002, the parties negotiated a stipulation for injunctive relief, and the District Court entered an order requiring the CDCR to provide a minimum level of care consistent with the Eighth Amendment.
In 2012, for example, CDCR staff discovered over fifteen thousand cell phones in California prisons and camps.
The appeals court held that the inmates' grievances failed to alert CDCR that inmates sought redress for wrongs allegedly perpetuated by CDCR's chaplaincy-hiring program, as required to exhaust under the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA).
The larger study explored prisoner reentry in Los Angeles County, initially using CDCR quantitative data on parolees and probationers on a single date in 2004.