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Old 03-10-2004, 06:20 PM
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NEW STATE OFFICE PLANNED TO MONITOR PRISON SYSTEM
By Thomas Peele
Contra Costa Times

A U.S. District Court judge in San Francisco warned Tuesday that he is close to putting the California Department of Corrections under federal control, but he gave prison officials a final chance to fix grave problems with guard discipline.

Judge Thelton Henderson expressed deep frustration with the department's decadelong inability to establish a credible employee-disciplinary process.

``This is an extremely serious state of affairs,'' Henderson said Tuesday. ``I am seriously considering appointing a receiver to oversee the department.''

Henderson agreed, however, to allow the state to create the Office of Independent Review within the Office of the Inspector General to track disciplinary cases. State officials announced the plan two weeks ago.

While issuing no formal orders, Henderson told the department to proceed.

The judge said he would appoint a Southern California civil rights attorney, Michael Gennaco, to aid the department and to work with him. Gennaco heads the Office of Independent Review overseeing the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

The judge's involvement in the department began when prisoners alleging civil rights violations at Pelican Bay State Prison sued the department in the early 1990s.

Henderson eventually appointed San Francisco attorney John Hagar as special master to investigate the department. Hagar probed the alleged perjury of Pelican Bay guards during the trial of two other guards convicted of abusing inmates.

He concluded that former department director Edward Alameida stopped the perjury investigation under pressure from the guards' union.

Henderson said Tuesday that the problem in creating effective discipline is in the state capital.

``There are very, very serious problems that exist in Sacramento in areas of discipline,'' he said.

The judge made it clear that he is running out of time and patience as he waits for the department to comply with his orders to reform.

``When this started I used to bound into court and go to the gym afterward and I didn't have any gray hair,'' said the 71-year-old judge. He slowly ascended to the bench Tuesday by grabbing a rail and pulling himself up.

Only his hope that Youth and Adult Corrections Secretary Roderick Hickman could change the department's culture kept him from taking over the department, Henderson said.

Hickman told Henderson on Tuesday that he believed that the Office of Independent Review would have enough autonomy to work.

Corrections officials also told the judge they intend to assign attorneys to disciplinary cases to improve enforcement of discipline.

Hickman, a former warden, said he had ordered a ``zero-tolerance policy'' on the so-called code of silence that guards use to protect one another and to thwart investigations, saying he was ``openly admitting'' the code exists.

Two state senators who held hearings on the department in January have introduced legislation for a guard code of conduct that would force more cooperation with investigators.

One critic was skeptical of the likelihood of change.

When an inmate recently died of self-imposed starvation at Corcoran State Prison, 40 guards, citing union lawyers, refused to speak with investigators, said Don Specter of the Prison Law Office, which represents inmates.

Breaking the code of silence is going to be quite difficult, he said.

Hagar said the department must create a culture ``that allows officers to say `I can tell the truth here.' ''

Work on the Office of Independent Review will begin immediately, officials said.

Henderson will watch the office closely, said Steve Fama, another Prison Law Office attorney. ``This is absolutely the last chance.''

Henderson scheduled a hearing next month to update the department's progress.



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Old 03-10-2004, 06:41 PM
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They need to allow Henderson to set up Federal monitor's within each state institution. CDC is not going to fix itself in six months. It's impossible.



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First CDC has to want to fix the problem. As long as they can keep on refusing to talk to investigator with the help of the union and not have anything happen to them they will continue to do the same things. It's a Joke. Everyone keeps passing the buck and no one is willing to step up and say that's enough. It seems like the community would be outraged at the way their tax dollars are being spent. But no one say's nothing except the folks that have loved one in prison. It really makes you wonder about California and the world we live in. People just dont care anymore...
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Your right CDC has to want to fix the problem. I am really sceptical as to what is presently taking place. Someone pay need to take the lead and present some concerns to Sacramento. I have seen the passing of the buck for years. "There most be one that would stand up and say no more."

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First CDC has to want to fix the problem. As long as they can keep on refusing to talk to investigator with the help of the union and not have anything happen to them they will continue to do the same things. It's a Joke. Everyone keeps passing the buck and no one is willing to step up and say that's enough. It seems like the community would be outraged at the way their tax dollars are being spent. But no one say's nothing except the folks that have loved one in prison. It really makes you wonder about California and the world we live in. People just dont care anymore...
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Getting the guards to talk is not a problem. Its getting a District Atorney that has something in his nutsacks to present it to a Grand Jury. The Grand Juries can supoena witnesses and compel them to testify or they could bring obstruction of justice charges at a latter time.

The DA's being essentially cops are loathe to do this and herein lies the problem. The Attorney General is the same way and to a certain extent the US Attorney unless forced by public outcry (Attica like events).

Basically cops don't like to investigate cops. Its just part of the culture.
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BLAH, BLAH, BLAH,SAME OL' SAME OL', WILL GIVE YOU ONE MORE CHANCE
TO GET YOUR ACTS TOGETHER. CDC AND THE GUARDS UNION HAS HAD MORE
THAN THEIR SHARE OF TIME TO GET THINGS ROLLING. WHAT A CROCK. I WANT TO SEE THE FEDS COME IN AND GET TO WORK AND STRAIGHTEN OUT
THE PRISON SYSTEM. AND FOR THE GUARDS THAT BELIEVE IN THE "CODE
OF SILENCE" FIRE THEM ON THE SPOT. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. FUNNY, HOW WHEN IT IS AN INMATE GETTING THE CHIT BEATEN OUT OF THEM OR HAVING
PRISONERS IGNORED FROM EITHER STARVING THEMSELVES TO DEATH, OR
BLEEDING TO DEATH, AND SHUTTING UP TO PROTECT EACH OTHER IS A CROCK. HOWEVER WHEN PUSH COMES TO SHOVE, ALL I HEAR LATELY IS HOW
THE GUARDS ARE WASTING PRECIOUS RESCOURCES. BY TAKING INMATES TO
SMALL CLAIMS WHEN THEY HAVE BEEN ASSUALTED. OUR COURT SYSTEMS ARE ALREADY OVERFLOWING WITH SERIOUS CRIMES AND THE LIKE, I ONCE
AGAIN WILL SAY, TO ALL CO'S THAT BELIEVE IN THE CODE OF SILENCE, AND
GO RUNNING TO THE CATF FOR HELP WITH THEY ARE ASSUALTED, THEY KNEW THE RISKS WHEN THEY TOOK ON THESE JOBS, IF IT'S TO HOT IN
THE PRISON'S GET THE HECK OUT..... AND QUIT ALL THIS NONSENSE. issed:
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So I guess that's why the CCPOA sends campaign contributions to individuals running for the DA's office.
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CCPOA dishes out a lot of money to these diffrent politicall parties.
Yes, this is why the CCOPA sends campaign contributions to individual's running for the D/A's office.

OTE=bscotch55]So I guess that's why the CCPOA sends campaign contributions to individuals running for the DA's office.[/quote]
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We all pay taxes each year and and I find it very ofensive to see or read about the meals and drinks that are served at this dinners/luncheoune

'This is a politicaly hype....they can do it but we cant....

CCPOA will dish out a lot of money to these diferent politicical partie to ensure that they get what they want.
CCPOA is only interested in protecting themselves. The more money they can gave to a Sensator, etc for their champaign it works for that persons

CCPOA dishes out a lot of money to these diffrent politicall parties.
Yes, this is why the CCOPA sends campaign contributions to individual's running for the D/A's office.

OTE=bscotch55]So I guess that's why the CCPOA sends campaign contributions to individuals running for the DA's office.[/quote][/quote]
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all the old guards should lose their jobs and women over 50 should take over as prison guards. grannies will get respect and treat the prisoners well.
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this is surly interesting
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The thread that sunkissed did on ccpoa activity tells us way these kind of things continue going on:
Donations made by the California Correctional Peace officers association
07/07/2003 LT. GOVERNOR CRUZ BUSTAMANTE COMMITTEE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SUPPORT MONETARY $25,000.00
12/08/2003 BURTON SENATE FUND STATE SENATOR 3 SUPPORT MONETARY $25,000.00
09/10/2003 FRIENDS OF JIM BRULTE STATE SENATOR 31 SUPPORT MONETARY $12,000.00
12/09/2003 SHELLEY FOR SECRETARY OF STATE-EVERY VOTE COUNTS SECRETARY OF STATE SUPPORT MONETARY $10,000.00
02/05/2003 MCPHERSON FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 15 SUPPORT MONETARY $7,500.00
09/29/2003 THE PERATA COMMITTEE STATE SENATOR 9 SUPPORT MONETARY $6,400.00
01/14/2003 SAC PAC SUPPORT MONETARY $5,000.00
04/23/2003 CAROLE MIGDEN LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER 1 SUPPORT MONETARY $5,000.00
05/01/2003 LOC PAC SUPPORT MONETARY $5,000.00
04/23/2003 LT. GOVERNOR CRUZ BUSTAMANTE COMMITTEE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SUPPORT MONETARY $5,000.00
06/17/2003 MCPHERSON FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 15 SUPPORT MONETARY $5,000.00
11/04/2003 MCPHERSON FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 15 SUPPORT MONETARY $5,000.00
01/13/2004 NALE PROP 34 PAC SUPPORT MONETARY $5,000.00
11/04/2003 RUSS BOGH FOR STATE ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 65 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,200.00
01/13/2004 BILL EMMERSON FOR STATE ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 63 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,200.00
01/13/2004 FRIENDS OF SAM BLAKESLEE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 33 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,200.00
01/28/2004 AUDRA STRICKLAND FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 37 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,200.00
01/20/2004 JOE BACA, JR. FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 62 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,200.00
01/28/2004 VAN TRAN FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 68 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,200.00
01/23/2004 VINCE HALL FOR ASSEMBLY 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 76 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,200.00
04/23/2003 FRIENDS OF BONNIE GARCIA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 80 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,000.00
04/23/2003 FRIENDS OF JIM BATTIN STATE SENATOR 37 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,000.00
06/25/2003 KEHOE FOR STATE SENATE STATE SENATOR 39 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,000.00
12/03/2003 FRIENDS OF CAROLE MIGDEN STATE SENATOR 3 SUPPORT MONETARY $3,000.00
01/22/2003 CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY SUPPORT MONETARY $2,500.00
02/24/2003 KUEHL FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 23 SUPPORT MONETARY $2,500.00
04/29/2003 FRIENDS OF JENNY OROPEZA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 55 SUPPORT MONETARY $2,500.00
06/17/2003 KEVIN SHELLEY FOR SECRETARY OF STATE SECRETARY OF STATE SUPPORT MONETARY $2,500.00
04/23/2003 KUEHL FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 23 SUPPORT MONETARY $2,500.00
10/16/2003 FRIENDS OF RON CALDERON FOR ASSEMBLY 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 58 SUPPORT MONETARY $2,500.00
03/26/2003 MCPHERSON FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 15 SUPPORT MONETARY $2,000.00
09/05/2003 LENO 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 13 SUPPORT MONETARY $2,000.00
05/07/2003 COMMITTEE TO RE-ELECT GLORIA NEGRETE MCLEOD 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 61 SUPPORT MONETARY $2,000.00
06/17/2003 FRIENDS OF BARBARA MATTHEWS 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 17 SUPPORT MONETARY $2,000.00
06/17/2003 FRIENDS OF JOHN LONGVILLE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 62 SUPPORT MONETARY $2,000.00
02/05/2003 TAXPAYERS FOR DAVE COX STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 5 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,500.00
09/22/2003 AGHAZARIAN 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 26 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,500.00
06/17/2003 CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY SUPPORT MONETARY $1,500.00
04/29/2003 COMMITTEE TO RE-ELECT BOB MARGETT STATE SENATOR 29 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,500.00
06/17/2003 TAXPAYERS FOR DAVE COX STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 5 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,500.00
10/16/2003 STEINBERG FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 6 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,500.00
01/23/2004 ACKERMAN FOR SENATE 2004 STATE SENATOR 33 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,500.00
09/22/2003 JEFF DENHAM FOR SENATE 2006 STATE SENATOR 12 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,200.00
02/13/2003 BERMUDEZ FOR ASSEMBLY 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 6 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/05/2003 CHAN FOR SENATE 2004 STATE SENATOR 9 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/05/2003 CITIZENS FOR BOB MARGETT STATE SENATOR 29 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/21/2003 DOUG LAMALFA FOR STATE ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 2 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/21/2003 FRIENDS OF ABEL MALDONADO STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 33 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/21/2003 FRIENDS OF JENNY OROPEZA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 55 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
03/04/2003 FRIENDS OF JIM BATTIN STATE SENATOR 37 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/05/2003 FRIENDS OF JIM BRULTE STATE SENATOR 31 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/21/2003 FRIENDS OF LYNN DAUCHER STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 72 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/05/2003 FRIENDS OF MARK WYLAND-2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 74 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
03/04/2003 FROMMER FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 43 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
03/04/2003 GUY HOUSTON FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 15 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
01/22/2003 HOLLINGSWORTH FOR SENATE 2006 STATE SENATOR 36 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/05/2003 JEFF DENHAM FOR SENATE 2006 STATE SENATOR 12 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
03/04/2003 MCCARTHY FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 32 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
03/04/2003 RE-ELECT JAY LASUER 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 77 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
03/26/2003 ROY ASHBURN SENATE COMMITTEE STATE SENATOR 18 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/21/2003 RUSS BOGH FOR STATE ASSEMBLY-2000 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 65 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
07/02/2003 AGHAZARIAN 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 26 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
08/25/2003 BOB DUTTON FOR STATE SENATE STATE SENATOR 31 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
07/02/2003 RE-ELECT JAY LASUER 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 77 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
09/16/2003 STEINBERG FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 6 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
05/30/2003 BERMUDEZ FOR ASSEMBLY 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 6 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
06/17/2003 BOB DUTTON FOR STATE SENATE STATE SENATOR 31 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
04/29/2003 COMMITTEE TO ELECT JOHN LAIRD 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 27 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
04/29/2003 FRIENDS OF JOHN J. BENOIT STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 64 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
04/29/2003 FRIENDS OF MARK WYLAND-2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 74 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
06/17/2003 GENE MULLIN - STATE ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 19 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
04/29/2003 GLORIA ROMERO FOR SENATE 2006 STATE SENATOR 24 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
04/29/2003 JEFF DENHAM FOR SENATE 2006 STATE SENATOR 12 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
04/29/2003 NAKANISHI FOR ASSEMBLY 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 10 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
04/29/2003 NAKANO FOR STATE ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 53 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
06/17/2003 PARRA FOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 30 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
05/30/2003 SHIRLEY HORTON FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 78 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
06/05/2003 STEINBERG FOR LEADERSHIP STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 9 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
12/01/2003 RAY HAYNES FOR ASSEMBLY 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 66 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
11/20/2003 RICK KEENE FOR ASSEMBLY 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 3 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/09/2004 FRIENDS OF DYMALLY 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 52 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
01/23/2004 FRIENDS OF JOHN J. BENOIT STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 64 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/09/2004 FROMMER FOR ASSEMBLY 2004 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 43 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
02/09/2004 GEORGE RUNNER FOR SENATE 2004 STATE SENATOR 17 SUPPORT MONETARY $1,000.00
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Henderson agreed, however, to allow the state to create the Office of Independent Review within the Office of the Inspector General to track disciplinary cases. State officials announced the plan two weeks ago.

I wonder how this will work when the Govenor had planned to close the Office of the Inspector General because he said it was wasting tax payer money..... I for one don't think it would be that bad to have the system put under federal control.
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I'm over 50. I don't think I'd want to be wrestling with young guys though. I do think they could break the code of silence by transferring a lot of staff, and then putting in people from outside to evaluate them! Then they wouldn't be in the situation where they knew who to trust, who would look the other way, etc.
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Administration and CCPOA encourages "Code of Silence".

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I'm over 50. I don't think I'd want to be wrestling with young guys though. I do think they could break the code of silence by transferring a lot of staff, and then putting in people from outside to evaluate them! Then they wouldn't be in the situation where they knew who to trust, who would look the other way, etc.
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