CDCR - High Desert State Prison (HDSP)

State Prison for Adults

Security: HIGH

County: Lassen

Beds: 4792

CDCR - High Desert State Prison (HDSP) is a high security facility, also known as a penitentiary. CDCR - High Desert State Prison (HDSP) has a reinforced perimeter. Inmates are either housed on their own or with another inmate. The safety of inmates is closely monitored, with a high number of staff and the movement of inmate movements around the facility closely managed.

CDCR - High Desert State Prison (HDSP) is a state prison. This facility is operated by the state of California and is used to house and rehabilitate criminals. Inmates at CDCR - High Desert State Prison (HDSP) are generally housed in locked cells during the night and are provided certain privileges such as the use of a recreation area, TV, phones and in some cases may have a job within the prison.

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