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  • HP Extends California Inmate Database Support

    Hewlett Packard has landed a $116.5 million contract extension to help the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation manage the agency’s electronic prisoners data system for five additional years. HP’s enterprise services business will continue to provide hosting, disaster recovery and backup services for the state’s Strategic Offender Management System, the company said Tuesday. The

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  • California prisons to end racial lockdown policy

    The California prison system has agreed to settle a long-running civil rights lawsuit by ending race-based lockdowns of inmates, court records show. The 21-page stipulated settlement, which has not been filed in court but was published online by the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday, provides for lockdowns in the prison system of the country’s most

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  • California Voters to Decide on Sending Fewer Criminals to Prison

    Twenty years ago, amid a national panic over crime, California voters adopted the country’s most stringent three-strikes law, sentencing repeat felons to 25 years to life, even if the third offense was a minor theft. The law epitomized the tough-on-crime policies that produced overflowing prisons and soaring costs. Erik Eckholm in the New York Times

  • Attorney General Says Crime Down Across California

    Violent and property crimes dropped significantly across California last year, the state attorney general said. The violent crime rate per 100,000 residents decreased to its lowest level since 1967, the state Department of Justice said in a new report posted on its website. Violent crimes were down 6.5 percent from 2012, while property crimes were

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  • Judge: Stockton can reject CalPERS contract to pay creditors

    Striking at the sanctity of public pensions in California, a federal judge ruled Wednesday that U.S. bankruptcy law allows the city of Stockton to treat pension fund obligations like other debts, meaning the city could trim benefits. Stockton argued that it must make its pension contributions for public employees before its creditors are paid the

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  • Gov. signs bill to end forced prison sterilization

    Legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will prohibit California prisons from forcing women to be sterilized for birth control. The Democratic governor announced Thursday that he signed SB1135 by Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, a Santa Barbara Democrat. It takes effect Jan. 1… The Associated Press in the Merced Sun Star

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