Rehabilitative Technology Solutions
The Division of Rehabilitative Programs (DRP) continues to make rehabilitation and education beneficial for the incarcerated individuals while maintaining cost efficiency for the state of California. One solution is through technology. Implementing new technology in California institutions creates unique challenges including physical space, location, security, connectivity, firewalls, and funding. DRP has developed a way to break those barriers by implementing new initiatives over the last couple years.
DRP is using the following technology:
American Sign Language Video Remote Interpreting Services
The American Sign Language (ASL) Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) Service provides infrastructure, service, and training to accommodate deaf incarcerated individuals enrolled in vocational or educational courses…
Automated Reentry Management System
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s Automated Reentry Management System (ARMS) is a centralized, web-based data system that streamlines the life cycle of rehabilitative treatment…
Automated Rehabilitation Catalog And Information Discovery application
The ARCAID application is a self-service search platform that is utilized to find a variety of critical services. This application will serve as a primary search engine for the criminal justice-involved population to find services throughout California.
This application also presents available jobs and critical documents that could benefit those who are criminal justice involved. A key benefit of the ARCAID application is to assist as a vital resource for those releasing from incarceration out into society and to ultimately serve as a nexus in reducing recidivism by providing access to the services they need to succeed.
The ARCAID application is available in desktop and mobile viewing options.
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Division of Rehabilitative Programs – Media Evolution
The Division of Rehabilitative Programs – Media Evolution (DRP-ME) creates an incarcerated individual rehabilitation network in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation institutions and potentially enables Wi-Fi access in day rooms, dining halls, gyms, libraries, classrooms (if not already supported), chapels, and transition areas…
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Division of Rehabilitative Programs – Television
The Division of Rehabilitative Programs Television (DRP-TV) is a secure, multi-channel streaming network that delivers 24/7 rehabilitative television programming to all California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation institutions. Each channel is designed to broaden an incarcerated individuals rehabilitative development during their incarceration…
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Readers are secure devices for digital textbooks that are accessed by incarcerated individuals enrolled in college courses to aid in achieving their academic and educational goals…
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Law Library Kiosks
A Law Library Kiosk is a touch-screen device that provides legal research accessible to all incarcerated individuals in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) institutions…