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Housing Needs through Community Based OrganizationsThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has a variety of community based organizations that provide aid for housing needs or temporary housing beds and referral to inmates upon release from our custody facilities.
How Inmate Sentencing works with Good Time and Work Time Release CreditsA brief explaination of how sentencing works when given release credits for Good Time or Work Time.
Maximizing Education Reaching Individual Transformation How Inmates Feel - Education Based Incarceration M.E.R.I.T. Program in the Los Angeles County Jail System.
NCCF Sign ShopSign Shop: Here, students learn basic computer-aided fabrication and are introduced to graphic arts design.
NCCF Print ShopThe NCCF Print Shop has 19,000 square feet of workspace and uses every square inch of it as students gain valuable experience in commercial printing techniques.
NCCF Sew ShopItems such as inmate clothing and property bags as well as special projects required throughout the department are manufactured in the NCCF Sew Shop.
Culinary Arts at the North County Correctional FacilityThe Culinary Arts are passed on during the operation of the NCCF Kitchen, which provides meals for all within NCCF and beyond. Training in the full spectrum of food distribution prepares students for positions within the Food Services Industry.
Commercial Painting at NCCF: Maintenance, murals & moreCommercial Painting provides instruction in various techniques of applying paint as well as various fields related to paint application.
Malachi MenThe History of Malachi Men at NCCF.
MERIT PrinciplesWith close to 20,000 incarcerated men and women, LA County Sheriff Leroy D. Baca wants to educate all of them.
EBI's Community Transition Unit hosts first alliance meetingLASD's Education Based Incarceration Bureau’s (EBI) Community Transition Unit (CTU) hosted its first Sheriff’s Community Alliance Meeting at the California Endowment Center.
EBI's Custody Veteran's Program EBI's Custody Veterans Program is a component of the Education Based Incarceration Bureau and focuses on military veterans within the Los Angeles County Jail system.
Funding for Inmate Correctional ProgramsInmate Correctional Programs are funded via the Inmate Welfare Fund (IWF), which exists by way of statutory authority granted to the Sheriff.
Title 15 - Allowable Personal PropertyInmates within the L.A. County Jail are permitted these items...
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