Thanks for this post. It reminds me of when I was in prison on drug charges at Centinella on the border of Mexico. We had prison guards who told us to stab people on the yard, not in the building. They also told us about a “Child Molester” who was later stabbed on the yard. We bought tobacco cans of buglar from the “free staff” who worked in the kitchen for $100. and cell phones from other “state workers”. Oh yeah and when a race/gang war kept us locked down for half the year, some of the guards would pop cells during showers, like the “Gladiator” stuff they mentioned doesn’t happen anymore. Still happens. I know a lot and write about it in books now. Dirty little secrets, like hazard pay during those lockdown equals time and a half. Interesting stuff. Check out a free sample of my audio books here~ http://amzn.to/XPyqGV
A California parole agent was accused of soliciting one of his parolees
to kill another. Numerous corrections department employees allegedly had
sex with inmates, including juveniles.
And a prison guard was suspected of carousing regularly with prisoners,
even joining them as they drank a form of booze the inmates manufactured
The incidents are among 278 cases of alleged employee misconduct
detailed in the latest report by the independent inspector general of
the state corrections department.
The abuses highlighted in the reports produced every six months raise
questions about how effectively the state prison system hires and
polices its sworn peace officers.
The Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has promised to better follow existing policies and procedures.
But a top prison official said no dramatic policy or training changes are planned as a result of the reports.
“We’re pretty comfortable or satisfied with the level of screening or
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