Jerry Brown of California signed a law on April 4, 2011, that will force felons convicted of nonviolent crimes to serve their time in county jails instead of California state prisons.
What does CSP stand for?
CSP stands for California State Prison
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- Canadian Sarbanes-Oxley
- Certified in Sarbanes-Oxley
- Board Certified Specialist in Pediatric Nutrition
- C Street Prepared (cars)
- Cab Service Prestige (French taxi company)
- Caché Server Pages (InterSystems)
- Cadet Sight Picture (USAF Academy)
- California Society of Periodontists
- California Staffing Professionals
- California State Parks
- Call Service Position
- Cambridge Science Park (UK)
- Canadian Softwood Plywood (plywood grade)
- Canadian Specialists Program
- Canadian Staging Professionals (Minnesota)
- Canadian Stock Photos (intellectual property)
- Canadian Studies Program (various schools)
- Capacity Service Provider
- Carbon Sequestration Project (various organizations)
- Career and Succession Planning (human resources)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I'm a Hep C-positive convict at a California state prison.
Tramel are prisoners at the California State Prison here.
The CRPG was developed after two years of TSI PRISM testing in a California state prison.
News Editors SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 22, 2002 Town Hall Meeting of Juvenile Justice Experts to Explore Issues and Solutions; Guests Panelists Include Barry Krisberg, James Bell, and Russell Morse What are the repercussions of an ever-increasing youth population in California state prisons and detention centers?
Government based customers include the main United States Postal Service sorting facility in Southern California, Los Angeles Police Department and Pelican Island California State Prisons.
Richard Ponton had been at California State Prison Los Angeles County for nearly six years.
George Jacobs, 31, was convicted of the November 2004 assault of California State Prison - Los Angeles County correctional officer Jason Frey, who had sued Jacobs five months earlier in civil court for a January 2004 attack.