CDCR-Julius Klein Conservation Camp #19

CDCR Fire Camp

Last Updated: February 28, 2024
2367 E Fork Rd, Azusa, CA 91702
Los Angeles

Julius Klein Camp #19 is for CDCR Fire Camp offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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Julius Klein Camp #19 is a minimum-security facility under CDCR supervision, this camp plays a crucial role in supporting government agencies during emergency responses to wildfires, floods, and other natural or man-made disasters. Additionally, camp crews contribute to park maintenance, assist with flood mitigation through sandbagging, and participate in reforestation projects. Participation in the Conservation (Fire) Camp Program is entirely voluntary for incarcerated individuals. Those who choose to volunteer must meet specific eligibility criteria aimed at ensuring public safety. These include avenues for criminal record expungement, creating new pathways for employment, and aiding in their successful reintegration into society.

Julius Klein Camp #19, a collaborative effort between CDCR and the Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACFD), stands as a crucial asset in supporting local, state, and federal agencies during emergencies like fires and floods. Since its opening on March 1, 1986, the camp, nestled in the Angeles National Forest near the San Gabriel River, has been dedicated to providing incarcerated hand crews for such vital responses.

The camp's personnel, comprising ten CDCR staff and thirteen LACFD personnel, oversee six incarcerated hand crews and additional in-camp support inmates. Under the guidance of LACFD fire personnel, these crews undergo rigorous training, ensuring they are equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary for safe and effective wildland firefighting operations. Beyond firefighting, participants have the opportunity to acquire valuable skills in various trades, including construction, woodworking, carpentry, and welding, fostering personal growth and development.

In addition to emergency response, hand crews engage in community service and conservation projects, as directed by LACFD. These projects encompass a wide range of tasks, from brushing roads and trails to tree removal and snow removal, contributing to the betterment of local environments and infrastructure.

Moreover, Julius Klein Conservation Camp offers a comprehensive array of rehabilitative and educational services, including substance abuse programs, religious programs, and educational courses. These initiatives, coupled with the meaningful work undertaken during emergencies, instill a sense of purpose, responsibility, and self-worth in participants, preparing them for successful reintegration into their communities upon release. Julius Klein Conservation Camp #19 exemplifies the power of collaboration, service, and rehabilitation in fostering positive change and resilience.

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