VSPW

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AcronymDefinition
VSPWValley State Prison for Women (Chowchilla, CA)
VSPWVertical Sync Pulse Width
VSPWVoor Sociaal Pedagogisch Werk (Dutch: Work for Social Education)
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According to the Huffington Post, CIR revealed that the surgeries allegedly took place between 2006 and 2010 at the California Institution for Women in Corona and Valley State Prison for Women in Chowchilla, which is now a men's prison.
In 2008, video cameras were installed at both pilot institutions as well as at Valley State Prison for Women. These cameras were made possible by a federal grant award.
After taking her back to prison, Oregon officials transferred Downs to Valley State Prison for Women in Chowchilla, Calif., where she testified during her recent parole hearing.
Staff and inmates' accounts of life inside the walls of California's Valley State Prison for Women, which holds 3,900 of the most dangerous female prisoners in the state system.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported in 2000 on a woman who had spent nearly four years in the hole at the secure housing unit of California's Valley State Prison for Women. She claimed to have had no human contact except for food trays that came through a door slot and threats from the guards outside her cell.
lead physician at Valley State Prison for Women in California was
LSPC may have accomplished more by working with Ted Koppel and his crew to get into Valley State Prison for Women in Chowchilla for a six-part Nightline series last October.
California also boasts the world's two largest women's prisons in the world, the Central California Women's Facility and the Valley State Prison for Women, both built in the last six years in Chowchilla.
The hearing most likely wouldtake place at the Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem, she said, with Downs appearing via video from the Valley State Prison for Women in Chowchilla, Calif., where she has been incarcerated since 1993.
A few years ago, Nightline With Ted Koppel spent more than a week at two of California's women's institutions: Central California Women's Facility and Valley State Prison for Women. He and his crew interviewed the wardens, administrative and line staff, health care professionals, counselors and inmates.
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