The State Worker

Chronicling civil-service life for California state workers

November 4, 2010
Corrections Department missing radios, issues wanted poster

Equipment has gone missing at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, according to the following internal e-mail (The State Worker has redacted the name of the person who sent the notice):

From: xxxxxx xxxxxxx (HQ Facilities)@CDCR
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 2010 9:12 AM
To: CDCR HQ 1515 S Street Staff
Subject: Emergency Evacuation Team Radios and Chargers

The Emergency Evacuation Planning Committee is trying to locate and retrieve 18 radios and 19 chargers that are missing from the CDCR Emergency Evacuation Team inventory. This equipment is necessary for effective communication among team members during emergency evacuations. Please review the attached flyer. If you have any of these devices in your area please contact me or deliver them to my office. It will be appreciated if these items can be collected by Friday, November 5th.

Thank you for your assistance.

xxxxx xxxxxx
Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Facilities Management Division

The department also issued a wanted poster (we've covered the name of the staff person who sent it out):

101103 Evac Radios redacted.JPG

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