The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is the office of the administration of California liable for the activity of the California state jail and parole frameworks. Its central station is in Sacramento.
CDCR is the third biggest law authorization organization in the US behind the U.S. Customs and Fringe Assurance (CBP) which is an arm of Dept of Homeland Security (DHS), and the New York City Police Department, which utilize around 66,000 government officers and 42,000 cops individually. CDCR prison guards are sworn law requirement officers with harmony officer powers.
Starting at 2013, CDCR utilized roughly 24,000 harmony officers (state prison guards), 1,800 state parole operators, and 600 criminal examiners/specialists.