SACRAMENTO-Today, the results and recommendations from Senator Galgiani’s California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) audit request were released to the public. “The results of this audit have just confirmed my original suspicions that CDCR did not comply with state laws in hiring retirees specifically in managerial positions. The State Auditor’s office also found that the department did not do a sufficient job in protecting state tax payer dollars by monitoring the use of state-owned vehicles.”
“It has come to my attention that missing persons records from the related Speed Freak Killers case were deleted by the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office. This means the ability to identify victims was removed from State and Federal databases, making it impossible for families of missing loved ones to ever have answers. I have serious questions about why the records were deleted. I have always believed that the role of law enforcement is to protect and serve, not to remove and destroy evidence.
STATE ROUTE 12 from Brannon Island Road
to the Mokelumne River Bridge
in San Joaquin county
Bipartisan Effort Unveiled to Combat Date-Rape Induced Sexual Assaults & Address Prop. 47 Oversights
Senator Galgiani is pleased to announce that she has been appointed as Chair of the newly created Senate Select Committee on Missing and Unidentified Persons.
For Immediate Release: For More Information:
February 11, 2015 Trent Hager 916-651-4005
Senator Galgiani Appointed to Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Protection Commission
I would like to inform my constituents that the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close the eastbound and westbound #1 (left) lane on State Route 12 at Potato Slough for bridge work.
Work will begin on Tuesday, February 10, 2015, through Thursday, February 12, 2015, from 7:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m.
Motorists should expect 10 minute delays. Alternate routes should be taken whenever possible.
Senator Galgiani Announces the Introduction of Legislation Designed to Get Dangerous Synthetic Drugs Out of California
Sacramento—Today, Senator Cathleen Galgiani (D-Stockton) introduced Senate Bill 139 which is drafted with the intent of aiding law enforcement in the protection of our communities from synthetic drugs. In a follow-up to her previous legislation from 2014 which created the penalty structure for the possession of a synthetic drug, Galgiani introduced SB 139 in order to assist with the enforcement of the law.
SACRAMENTO— Today TechAmerica announced their “Tech Champions” for 2014. This award recognizes legislators who are outstanding advocates for the technology industry in the Legislature and have shown support for this vital economic sector.
“I am very pleased to be one of only five legislators to have been recognized for my consistent leadership and support of the technology industry,” said Galgiani. “The technology industry is a major contributor to economic growth and jobs in our state and it is vital that the legislature continues to ensure that this industry grows.