Female Ex-Guard Named To Head Ca. Corrections

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Jeanne Woodford, who who began her corrections career as a guard at San Quentin prison, has been named California’s corrections director. The Los Angeles Times reports that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said Woodford, 50, had a “proven ability to lead” and would bring needed reforms to the 32-prison system. A 25-year veteran of the department, Woodford
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