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The jobs ARE inside... someone has to maintain the facility... cleanliness, food, groundskeeping, education, etc... there is plenty of work to do...Read more
Most inmates are required to have a job. There is plenty to do for those that are inclined to get into a routine that will make their time fly. The kitchen requires a lot of staffing, the orderly crews clean the prison, landscaping keeps the grounds manicured, commissary needs people, the chapel, the rec hall, education, the library, the barber...all require inmates to run their departments.Read more
Yes, inmates get paid for their work inside. The pay is pennies per hour. The top pay is about 40 cents per hour for the hardest kitchen job.Read more
Yes, they get paid a small hourly wage ($0.40/hr) but it's the highest paying job detail on the compoundRead more
Yes, all inmates get paid a small stipend for the work that they do. Kitchen workers are among the highest paid inmates in the facility. Not that they are getting rich, but 40 cents per hour can get you some phone time and some snacks at commissary.Read more
FPC, or Federal Prison Camp would be without question considered the best way to do prison time. There are no fences, no cells, the living arrangements are similar to an army barracks where there are rows of bunk beds and lockers. They share a common bathroom and laundry room. All inmates have are required to have a prison job. Orderlies clean the areas, landscaping the property, some work in recreation, education, the library, the chapel, commissary, the chow hall. None ofRead more
CDCR offers 15% good time credits for all inmates. There are no published early release benefits although there are sentence reductions in some cases for volunteering for Fire Camp duty. All inmates must earn the right to work in a conservation camp by their non-violent behavior and conformance to rules while they are incarcerated. Only minimum-custody inmates are eligible to volunteer for assignment in conservation camps. All volunteers are carefully screened and medically cleared on a case by case basis before theyRead more
Mostly working a job that is designed towards a successful reentry into society.Read more
The inmate must have a perfect conduct record, has shown aptitude on programming and effort towards successful reentry. The counselors select the inmates for work release. We would suggest any inmate wanting to get these type details need to interact with the staff and counselors on a regular basis. If they are constantly observing an inmate with a civilized approach in their daily course of living, the more likely they are to being chosen for the work detail that happensRead more
no, neverRead more