California City Correctional Facility (CAC)

Institution Details

CAC is a Level II, general population, facility consisting of three (3) facilities, encompassed within one air conditioned structure and includes one Administrative Segregation housing unit. CAC is owned by CoreCivic, leased, staffed and operated under the authority of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR). CAC began receiving CDCR level II population in December of 2013.

California City Correctional Facility is designed to offer inmates who, based on their own behaviors and choices, are ready to take full advantage of programming opportunities. Programs are volunteer based and are intended to incentivize and reinforce positive life choices. Some of the program options may include:

  • Access to college degree programs
  • Additional Self Help Groups
  • Hobby craft programs
  • Pawsitive Change Dog Program

Recreational and privilege options may include, but are not limited to:

  • Technology based privileges, as approved (i.e. tablets)
  • Microwave access in dayroom area
  • Increased canteen list choices
  • Yard photo programs
  • Food sales
  • Sports and game tournaments
  • Self-help/volunteer sponsored events (concerts, guest speakers, etc.)