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CA: CDCR community supervision plan aimed to protect inmates [except PC 290 sex offenders], staff from spread of COVID-19

[bakersfield.com – 6/17/20]

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation will implement a community supervision program to eligible inmates in order to further protect staff and inmates at state prisons from the spread of COVID-19.

CDCR’s community supervision plan will be for inmates who have 180 days or less to serve on their sentences and aren’t currently serving time for domestic violence or a violent or serious crime. Those required to register as a sex offender under Penal Code 290 won’t be eligible.

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  1. TP

    Sounds like its time to file another lawsuit against cdcr…

  2. David V C

    ………’and aren’t currently serving time for domestic violence or a violent or serious crime’.
    We aren’t the only ones left out.

    • Gralphr

      Exactly. I doubt anything could come from this since sex offenders are not singled out.

  3. w

    That’s great actually, if they refuse to include 290 convicts in their plans for COVID-19 safety while under their supervision THEY MUST RELEASE THEM or else it becomes cruel and unusual punishment.

    Do these people try so hard to be idiots or is it just natural at this point?

    • entenmanns

      I agree. but the judges probably won’t side with us! they rarely do.

  4. New Person

    Systematically treating SO as second class citizens. It’s never going to stop unless a law suit calls California out as well as make the courts accept CASOMB research work.

    By omitting all the low recidivism rates by CASOMB as well as other justice researches, the courts can continue to muzzle us like animals rather than acknowledge we’re human beings with American citizenry.

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