CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION. 2012 National Association of Sentencing Commissions Terri McDonald, Undersecretary, Operations. All Time High. October 2006, CDCR reached an all time high for inmate population and September 2007 and all time high for parolees
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CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION
2012 National Association of Sentencing Commissions
Terri McDonald, Undersecretary, Operations
1977-1982 – Determinate Sentence – 1/3 Time Earned and Credit Loss Potential
1983 – 6 Varied Earning Schedules – Including Day-for-Day
1987 – Parole Violators Earn Credit
1991 – Designated Offenders with 2 Prior Offenses Ineligible for Credit Earning
1993 – Segregation Offenders Ineligible for Credit Earning
1994 – Serious Offenders Maximum 20% Credit Earning
– Third Strikers 20% Credit Earning for Determinate - Ineligible for Indeterminate
- Violent Offenders 15% Credit Earning
1998 – Murders/Attempted Murders of a Peace Officer/Firefighter Ineligible for Credit
2003 – Fire Camp Offenders 2-for-1 Credit When Assigned to Camp
2010 – Credit Earning Assumed, Even if Not Assigned to a Program
– Credit Applied from Date of Arrest, as Opposed to arrival to CDCR
– Milestone Completion Credits – Maximum 42 Days Per Year
- Fire Camp 2-for-1 at Completion of Program
2011 – Jails Offenders Eligible for Credit Similar to CDCR Offenders
Local custody for current/prior non-violent, non-serious, non-sex offenders Changes to State Parole Eligibility
No Prison for Parole ViolationsEstablishes Local Post-release SupervisionLocal Planning and Funding
The following sentences must be served in state prison:
Note: “excluded crimes” are those for which a defendant can still be committed to state prison.
Enhanced local custody and supervision tools:
No state prison inmates were transferredto county jails.
Virtually All State Felons Complete Their Sentences in Custody
County-level supervision upon release from prison
County Does NOT supervise:
Parole revocations will be served in county jail – not in state prison - for no more than 180 days. (Reduced Prison Population by 14,000)
Contracting back from the state for revocations is not an option.Graduated sanctions including flash incarceration at the local level (revocations lasting longer than 10 days require a BPH hearing).Only persons previously sentenced to a term of life can be revoked to prison
Parole revocation process remains with Board of Parole Hearings (BPH) until July 1, 2013. The revocation process will transition to the Courts after July 1, 2013.