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San Andreas Department of Corrections

Post by Department of Corrections » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:08 am

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The San Andreas Department of Corrections (SADOC) is responsible for the operation of the San Andreas state prison and parole systems. The mission of the San Andreas Department of Corrections is to ensure the security of state prisons and the safety of offenders and staff. The Department plays a vital role in the criminal justice system by offering rehabilitative services and programs to offenders in order to decrease recidivism and create productive members of society. The Department provides offender management services that protect the community from habitual offenders.

MISSION

The overarching mission is to ensure the security of institutions and the safety of staff and offenders while providing proper care and supervision to assist offenders in achieving successful reintegration into society in order to decrease recidivism and improve public safety.

VALUES

The overarching values are our commitment to embracing a guiding philosophy that will direct us in our behavior and activity. They are:

  • Service. We strive for reliable performance that fulfills and exceeds our responsibilities.
    • Accountability. We take responsibility for our actions and the consequences.
      • Determination. We are unwavering in our actions and we will not stop until we achieve success.
        • Order. We recognize that our most important responsibility is to achieve basic stability.
          • Capability. We are able to efficiently and completely complete any task that we are assigned.
          VISION

          The overarching vision is a criminal justice system where offenders can serve their sentences in a safe environment that offers intervention and rehabilitative programs, fosters personal growth and rewards achievements, and strengthens communities by improving the lives of those impacted by our services.

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          Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

          Post by Department of Corrections » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:08 am

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          FIRST STATE PRISONS ACTIVATED

          In 1851, San Andreas activated its first state run institutions. These prisons operated independently and held jurisdictional authority over their own prisons. In 1949, the San Andreas Board of Prison Commissioners was founded to have managerial authority over the state prison system. In 1955, the San Andreas High Facility Prison was activated. Located in Bone County, it was the first prison in the state designed to house maximum security inmates. The prison also had a gas chamber for death row inmates. In 2009, the Los Santos Prison was activated. Located in downtown Los Santos, it became the state's primary general population institution for medium security inmates.

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          DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ESTABLISHED

          In 2009, an independent review panel appointed by the Governor of San Andreas determined that the prison management system in use by the state was costly and inefficient. The panel referenced a recidivism rate exceeding all other states, reported abuse of inmates by correctional officers, an disciplinary system that fails to promise wrongdoers, and a lack of organization. In 2010, to combat these issues, the state prisons were consolidated into the San Andreas Department of Corrections.

          Daniel Undr, the Warden of Los Santos Prison, was appointed to become the Department's first Commissioner. Under Commissioner Undr's direction, the Department underwent major reform that turned a formerly unconnected prison system into a statewide correctional program, including changes to structure, organization, policy, procedures, and personnel.

          Commissioner Under appointed Timothy Bradshaw to become the new Warden of Los Santos Prison. In mid 2010, Warden Bradshaw was arrested and charged with several felonies stemming from an internal corruption investigation. Although Warden Bradshaw pled not guilty and was eventually acquitted, he was not permitted to remain in the Department. Commissioner Undr selected Adam Williams to succeed Warden Bradshaw.

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          THE DEPARTMENT CONTINUES TO EXPAND

          In late 2010, Commissioner Undr announced his resignation. Warden Williams was appointed as his successor and became the second Commissioner in the Department's history. In 2011, Commissioner Williams oversaw even bigger changes to the Department. New policy and procedures were created that further increased the efficiency and accountability of the department. New units were activated, designed to supplement the duties of regular officers. The Department's recruitment process was streamlined, leading to an increase in personnel. The position of prison warden was removed and direct control of prisons became vested with the Commissioner.

          Commissioner Williams soon resigned thereafter. He was succeeded by Dexter Abbruzi. Commissioner Abbruzi led a campaign to increase the Department's budget to purchase more equipment. The campaign succeeded and the Department was able to replace outdated equipment and vehicles and advance the Department's technological capabilities. In late 2011, the Los Santos Prison underwent renovations designed to expand the prison to account for an increased inmate population.

          In early 2012, new legislation made parole, a task formerly given to the municipal police and county sheriff with jurisdiction over a parolee's residence, a responsibility of the Department. This further expanded the Department's responsibilities and allowed them to better rehabilitate offenders and prepare them for release back into the community.

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          NEW FLAGSHIP PRISON BEGINS OPERATIONS

          In response to overcrowding at Los Santos Prison, the San Andreas High Facility Prison was completely redesigned and reopened in 2012 as the new San Andreas Correctional Facility. The new prison was totally state of the art and boasted two general population housing buildings, one security housing building, six housing units, and a total of 120 cells. Most of the functions of Los Santos Prison were moved to the new institution.

          Commissioner Abbruzi led the Department until 2013, the longest tenure to date by any Commissioner. He was succeeded by Galen Hawkins. In early 2014, Commissioner Hawkins reintroduced the position of prison warden and appointed John Winnfield to become the first Warden of San Andreas Correctional Facility. On June 28, 2014, Commissioner Hawkins resigned. Appointed as his successor, Warden Winnfield chose to retain his title, thereby making the Warden of San Andreas Correctional Facility the highest ranking officer in the department. Warden Winnfield implemented additional organizational changes, such as the division of the department into three distinct bureaus, during his first months of office.

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          Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

          Post by Department of Corrections » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:08 am

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          Warden John Winnfield
          John Winnfield was appointed as the Warden of San Andreas Correctional Facility by Commissioner Galen Hawkins on December 24, 2013. Prior to his appointment, Warden Winnfield began his criminal justice career in 1998 with the San Fierro Police Department as a SWAT officer. In 2002, he joined the San Andreas Department of Corrections as a correctional officer. In 2004, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. He served as an academy instructor and as a tactical training instructor in the Correctional Emergency Response Team. In 2007, he was promoted to the rank of Captain. He was appointed to be the Director of Training and Recruitment in 2009, and was appointed Assistant, then Deputy Commissioner of the department a year later. Warden Winnfield holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from CSU Long Beach and is an FBI and NRA certified firearms instructor. He was awarded Correctional Officer of the Year for 2012.
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          Deputy Warden Giovanni Poldilotta
          Giovanni Poldilotta was appointed to the position of Deputy Warden by Warden John Winnfield on September 28th, 2014. Prior to his appointment, Deputy Warden Poldilotta began his criminal justice career in 1990 with the New York Police Department as a police officer. He took employment with the Louisville Metropolitan Department of Corrections in 1993, ascending to the rank of Corporal. He joined the San Andreas Department of Corrections in 1995 as a correctional officer, where he served with the Correctional Medical Services. In 2003, he was promoted to Sergeant and served as an ALS officer and an institutional investigator. In 2005, he was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to be a Team Leader in the Correctional Emergency Response Team. In 2008, he was promoted to Captain. He was promoted to Major in 2011, before assuming his current position. Poldilotta graduated from the Greenglass College School of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007.He was awarded Correctional Officer of the Year for 2013.




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          Major Galen Hawkins
          Galen Hawkins reinstated as Major on November 16th, 2014. Prior to his reinstatement, Major Hawkins served as Commissioner of the San Andreas Department of Corrections under Governor Roger McArthur. Major Hawkins began his criminal justice career in 1993 with the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections as a correctional officer. He came to the San Andreas Department of Corrections in 2011 and served as the unit commander for the Correctional Emergency Response Team. He is one of the most highly decorated officers in the department's history, having received several awards including the Certificate of Merit, Commissioner's Commendation, and Honor Guard. A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Major Hawkins is an Army veteran (1996-2011) and served with the 75th Ranger Regiment in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Major Hawkins retired from his previous position on June 28, 2014.


          Major Katie Clark
          Katie Clark was promoted to Major by Warden John Winnfield on March 25th, 2015. Prior to her appointment, Major Clark began her criminal justice career in 2000 with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police as an RCMP officer. She rose to the rank of Corporal before attaining dual citizenship and applying to the San Andreas Department of Corrections in 2005. In 2007, she was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and serving in the Correctional Medical Services. Major Clark quickly rose through the ranks, attaining the rank of Captain by 2013 and becoming an academy instructor in the Training and Recruitment Department. Major Clark currently serves as the Head of Sergeants and Director of Parole Operations Unit.
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          Major Tyrell Guillen (Ret.)
          Tyrell Guillen was appointed to the position of Major by Warden John Winnfield on July 4, 2014. Prior to his appointment, Major Guillen began his criminal justice career in 1988 with the San Andreas Sheriff's Department as a deputy sheriff. He rose to the rank of Corporal before transferring to the Los Santos Police Department in 1991. In 1995, he joined the San Andreas Department of Corrections, where he served as a correctional investigator. In 1990, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. In 2000, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and assigned to Human Relations. In 2008, he was promoted to the rank of Captain and chosen to lead Human Relations. Major Guillen is currently attending the University of San Andreas for a degree in psychology. He received the Medal of Distinguished Service in 2014. Tyrell Guillen resigned from the department in early 2015.
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          Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

          Post by Department of Corrections » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:10 am

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          BUREAU OF FIELD OPERATIONS

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          Investigative Services Unit
          The Investigative Services Unit conducts criminal investigations into inmates, parolees, and crimes committed on prison grounds. The unit is responsible for the investigation of security threat groups, also known as prison gangs. The unit uses criminal intelligence to advise prison administrators in managing the inmate population.


          Correctional Emergency Response Team
          The Correctional Emergency Response Team responds to emergency situations that require an advanced level of tactical procedure, such as hostage situations, riots, cell extractions, high risk transportation, and any situation where a weapon is involved. Officers in this unit are highly trained, skilled, and hand-picked for knowledge and tactical ability.
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          Parole Operations Unit
          The Parole Operations Unit (POU) deals with the monitored early release and surveillance of offenders in the State of San Andreas. Members of the unit, Parole Agents, perform extensive background checks on inmates, review profiles, interview them based on collected information and subsequently decide to release them back into society - which is parole. In addition, Parole Agents conduct covert surveillance, parole checkups, and investigations on all active parolees in the state, working in conjunction with other agents and local law enforcement when necessary.
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          BUREAU OF OPERATIONS SUPPORT

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          K-9 Unit
          The K-9 Unit handles dogs trained in the detection of drugs, weapons, and other illicit contraband. The unit performs inmate, cell, and area searches on a routine basis and on request. The unit is also available to provide assistance in searching for escaped inmates and with other high risk operations, such as community service.


          Correctional Medical Unit
          The Correctional Medical Unit contains the department's institutional medical staff. The unit provides emergency and non-emergency medical treatment for inmates, staff, and citizens on department grounds. Officers in this unit are trained in Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Life Support, and may be certified to handle surgeries. The unit is responsible for operating prison infirmaries and treatment centers.
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          BUREAU OF PERSONNEL COMMUNICATION

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          Human Resources
          Human Resources ensures departmental morale through interaction with employees and employee events. The unit's goal is that employees are happy and motivated in their field of assignment. The unit is the first point of contact for employee grievances and can assist employees with legal matters by providing assistance and council.


          Public Relations
          Public Relations provides the public, media, and employees with accurate, timely information about the department's programs, activities, policies, and updates. In addition to writing press releases, the unit is responsible for collating and publishing the department's monthly newsletter as well as compiling statistical information about the department.
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          INDEPENDENTLY ATTACHED

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          Training and Recruitment Department
          The Training and Recruitment Department is responsible for the recruitment, evaluation, hiring, and training of correctional officers and other department employees. The unit processes all employment applications, conducts academy training classes, and holds monthly in service training in advanced fields, and is responsible for the training of Correctional Sergeants.



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          Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

          Post by Department of Corrections » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:10 am

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          The San Andreas Correctional Facility (SACF) is committed to ensuring a safe and secure institution that provides quality medical, educational, vocational, and correctional programs for all inmates confined to SACF. The goal of SACF is to achieve total rehabilitation and community reintegration upon release. SACF is a complex, multi-mission institution comprised of two General Population housing facilities and a Security Housing Unit. In addition, the institution has an Infirmary, Visiting Center, and Prison Industry laundry/workshop.

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          SACF was opened in October 2012. As of May 2014, the following statistics apply:

          Number of custody staff: 71
          Number of support services staff: 31
          Number of medical staff: 13

          Annual operating budget: $100 Million

          Design Capacity: 200
          Average Count: 30

          Contact an Inmate

          Inmates may be contacted through the mail or by phone. Inmates may be sent letters, cards, books, food, care packages, etc. All mail is thoroughly inspected by correctional staff before delivery, and mail may be returned or seized if it contains contraband or inappropriate material. Any attempts to intentionally smuggle contraband through the mail will be met with criminal prosecution. The inmate mailing address is:

          Inmate's Name & Cell/Housing (If Known)
          San Andreas Correctional Facility
          23 Corrections Way
          Fort Carson, SA 90206

          Inmates can make but cannot receive phone calls. The usage of prison phones is a privilege which can be revoked at the discretion of prison staff, such as for a violation of prison rules. Some inmate housing assignments do not have phones. All phone calls are recorded and may be monitored.

          Visiting Information

          Our visiting hours are 8:00am to 10:00pm each day of the week. ((24/7, depending on staff availability.))

          Visits must be arranged in person and cannot be made by appointment. Prior to arriving at the institution, ensure that you possess an official form of identification and that you are not wearing clothing that resembles what prisoners or custodial staff wear. You may not bring any items into the visit with the exception of medical and religious devices. All visitors will be searched before they are allowed into the visiting room.
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          Please be advised that visiting is subject to closure without notice during lockdowns and/or other serious incidents. Staff availability is also a factor. Ultimately, the ability to obtain a visit is at the discretion of prison administrators. For additional visiting information, including current visiting status, or information about visiting rules and regulations, speak to an officer at the front desk.

          Driving directions from Los Santos:
          1. Take the Mulholland freeway north to Las Venturas.
          2. Take the Las Venturas freeway west to Fallow Bridge.
          3. Drive north to Fort Carson and continue northwest to the train station.
          4. Drive north from the train station to SACF.

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          Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

          Post by Department of Corrections » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:11 am

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          Parole is the early release of an inmate who is subject to continued monitoring as well as mandated compliance with certain terms and conditions for a specified period. The San Andreas Parole Board, a division of the San Andreas Department of Corrections (SADOC), is responsible for overseeing the parole process, including determining an inmate's eligibility for parole and protecting the community by supervising parolees and assisting them in their effort to reintegrate into the community.

          An inmate may be granted parole only if they have served more than half of their original sentence, their overall behavior has been positive, they have no recorded disciplinary action, they are not incarcerated as a result of a violent crime, and they are not listed as being barred from parole. The decision whether or not to grant parole resides solely with the Parole Board and a decision to deny parole may be made at their discretion even if all the requirements are met.

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          An inmate may ask any correctional officer for their name to be submitted to the Parole Board if all the requirements are met. Depending on availability, the inmate's file will be reviewed and they will be scheduled for a parole hearing. The purpose of the hearing is to determine whether or not an inmate should be released on parole. Factors considered during the hearing include, but are not limited to: psychological evaluations, behavior in prison, vocational and educational accomplishments, involvement in self-improvement programs, and parole plans, including where an inmate would live and how they would support themselves if released.

          If an inmate is determined to be eligible for parole, the inmate is released from prison. An ankle monitor with GPS tracking capabilities may be ordered, in which case removing the device will be a violation of parole. In addition, parolees must abide by a list of rules. These rules will vary depending on the specific case. They include:

          • The parolee must have their phone on at all times;
          • The parolee must not associate with known criminals or criminal organizations;
          • The parolee must not consume alcohol or narcotics, other than with a doctor's prescription;
          • The parolee must not possess any kind of weapon or illegal substance;
          • The parolee must not break the law; and,
          • The parolee must be respectful to peace officers, including their parole officer, and comply with any instructions.
          Parolees will occasionally be contacted by parole officers during a scheduled or unscheduled check up. A check up may take place over the phone or in person. The purpose of a parole check up is to ensure compliance with parole regulations and that the parolee is adjusting to life outside prison. Parolees may be searched at any time by any peace officer with or without probable cause or a warrant. This includes a parolee's vehicle or place of residence.

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          Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

          Post by Department of Corrections » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:11 am

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          The San Andreas Department of Corrections (SADOC) offers careers in a wide range of areas and is looking for talented, energetic, creative, and dedicated people who want to make a positive difference in the lives of others. Applying for a position with SADOC is the first step toward a career that rewards dedication and provides opportunities for personal growth and success.

          Become a Correctional Officer

          The recruitment process to become a correctional officer consists of three stages. First, candidates submit a written application, which is reviewed to identify those who appear to possess the relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities of a correctional officer. Candidates who successfully pass this step in the process will be asked to participate in additional assessment steps, such as a verbal interview and medical evaluation. Both the interview and medical evaluation are conducted at the SADOC Training Center in Bone County. Passing both evaluation stages grants a recruit the opportunity to attend the Correctional Officer Academy. After recruits pass a written examination, they become correctional officers.

          Minimum Qualifications:

          • At least 21 years of age
          • United States citizen
          • Graduated from high school or equivalent
          • Possession of a valid driver's license
          • No felony convictions (some misdemeanor convictions may disqualify a candidate)
          • Good moral character, maturity and emotional stability, empathy
          • A history of clean, law-abiding behavior
          • 20/20 vision in each eye (in case of corrected vision/lenses, applicant must indicate so before the medical evaluation), able to pass the medical evaluation (see below) and obstacle course of the academy session
          (( OOC, an applicant must:
          • Be fluent in English
          • Have at least one character with level 5 or higher (not necessarily the one an applicant is applying with)
          • Be able to run TeamSpeak 3 (Note: Having a working microphone is NOT a requirement to join)
          • Not have any serious recent admin jails or bans
          • Have a general, usable grasp of how LS-RP operates as a community (this translates to ~1 month spent playing in this community), and/or how SACF functions as a roleplaying environment ))
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          Civilian Staff Positions

          Civilian staff positions are contracted on either a full or part time basis and include healthcare specialist, prison psychologist, education specialist/prison lecturer, and religious representative/prison chaplain. For information on positions available, minimum qualifications, and the recruitment process, visit the SADOC website.

          Healthcare

          We offer a variety of positions in regards to health services (prison EMT and doctor) and based on your education and knowledge about the field, you may apply for either of them. As a regular member of the Correctional Medical Services, your duties vary from treating several wounds as a result of brawls, knife stabs and the like. Your work may not revolve only around prison infirmary as you may have to attend to a wounded individual, thus working inside the red zone and among inmates. Employment is offered both as a full time position.

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          Psychology

          As a psychologist working for the San Andreas Department of Corrections, you work will mainly revolve around inmates - scheduling self-help therapy programs that can range from anti-addiction programs for drugs and alcohol to anger management, doing psychological evaluations of prisoners, having individual sessions with help-needed prisoners and the like. Employment is offered both as a part and full time positions. Internships are also available.

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          Education

          The objective of prison education is to help inmates gain skills and qualifications that will allow them to find employment when they are released. Much of the training offered is in vocational and practical skills, such as construction, basic literacy, mathematical skills and career preparation. Prison teachers mainly schedule classes in our libraries and work with either group of prisoners or individuals. Employment is offered both as a part and full time positions. Internships are also available.

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          Religious

          If you are a member of any religious organization and would like to help not us, but prisoners, you are more than welcome to consider opportunities we have to offer. Areas of prison ministry are: in prison church services and bible studies, inmate education programs, literature distribution, jail ministry, ministry to inmates' families and many others. In order to enlist for the above mentioned position, you must complete and pass a basic security clearance before you are scheduled for service. Employment is on a volunteer basis. You need to be a member of a religious organisation and may work in our facilities when needed.

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            Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

            Post by Department of Corrections » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:14 am

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            The incarceration and rehabilitation of criminal offenders serves as a unique but undeniably essential part of the American criminal justice system. By segregating individuals who violate the law from the community, the community becomes a safer place to live. Because of this, the public is the primary stakeholder in the San Andreas Department of Corrections. The Department serves the people of the state of San Andreas and acts in their best interest in order to increase public safety, protect people, and achieve stability and public order.

            Individuals employed by the San Andreas Department of Corrections face daily challenges that ensure they always make a difference, while serving their state with dedication. Correctional officers, parole agents, medical personnel, canine handlers and many others collectively play an integral part in ensuring the safety and proper supervision of offenders both inside and outside of the San Andreas Correctional Facility. Those interested may swiftly start a career of integrity, dedication, honor, and courage, allowing them to give something back to society during their daily duties.

            Discipline is key for any correctional agency. It is both the backbone of effective offender management, and an effective tool in ensuring that the quality of staff performance remains high. Discipline is, therefore, one of the guiding principles of the San Andreas Department of Corrections, which conducts its duties around the clock, adapting itself to rapidly changing conditions. No matter the circumstances, Department staff will conduct their duties with utmost professionalism and efficiency. Simply put, SADOC is always there, working in the background.

            Being involved with the operations of the San Andreas Department of Corrections, such as being an employee, is not a prerequisite for keeping oneself up to date with available information about corrections. Being the newest and fastest-developing state law enforcement agency in San Andreas, SADOC always has relevant, unique insight and information to offer on criminal justice, rehabilitation methods and local corrections news.

            On behalf of the entire San Andreas Department of Corrections I would like to thank you for reading. Transparency is one of many keys to success and we hope that by educating the public about who we are, we can foster cooperation and trust between the public, other law enforcement agencies, and our Department. We cannot succeed without the support of the community, and we hope that you will help us in achieving success.

            Be vigilant.

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            Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

            Post by Mute » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:14 am

            Nice thread, you have put a lot of effort in this! Can't wait for some screenshots.

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            Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

            Post by Morin » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:15 am

            To provide the thread with a screen right away;

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            Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

            Post by Koehler » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:20 am

            Wow this is amazing man! Well done Abruzzi. Keep up the good work bro.

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            Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

            Post by Abbruzi » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:20 am

            Academy #14 - the first academy in our new Training Center
            5th of February, 2012


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            Ex DoC Commissioner Dexter Abbruzi For any DoC related questions please contact John Winnfield (Xarex)

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            Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

            Post by Turboankan » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:30 am

            This thread makes me think about the my time with the AB, great memories.
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            Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

            Post by Sloan » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:44 am

            Looking dope, haha.

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            Re: San Andreas Department of Corrections

            Post by Fontaine » Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:52 am

            Nice looking thread, guys. Look forward to seeing more content being poured in.

            Great start!

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