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Paul Tanaka
Paul Tanaka, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's second in command who oversaw the agency's troubled jails, announced his retirement.

Craig Turnbull
Superintendent Craig Turnbull has retired after 22 years with the corrections industry.



Door Hardware Systems
Marks USA, a Napco Security company, releases its new Life Saver series, which includes a complete line of ligature resistant hardware, push/pulls, as well as mortise and cylindrical locksets.

Offender Management
Designed to enhance efficiency and public safety, the Offender360 from Tribridge is a comprehensive offender management system developed to replace paper-based processes and improve real-time actionable data.


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Mental Health Facility Opens for California Inmates
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — The California Men’s Colony (CMC) in San Luis Obispo will open a mental health facility for inmates in order to address serious federal concerns of malpractice in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR).


Obama Seeks Funding to Reopen Thomson Prison
THOMSON, Ill. — In his 2014 fiscal year budget proposal to Congress, President Barack Obama recommended to fund the reopening of the maximum-security Thomson Correctional Center in Thomson.



LAS VEGAS — ISC West, one of the security industry’s largest gatherings, wrapped up in Las Vegas this year with over 1,000 exhibitors.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Consultants have advised a federal receiver of the California prison health care system to create a new position focused solely on the health care of inmates.

Utah Counties Consider Hosting State Prison Inmates
SALT LAKE CITY — As the state of Utah searches for the next location of their state prison, counties are looking to take advantage of the economic boost that would come with hosting the new correctional facility and state inmates.


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