West Sac native is the new warden
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 21, 2012 —
By News-Ledger Staff —
Governor Jerry Brown’s office announced last month that Ronald Rackley, 46, of Elk Grove, has been appointed warden of the Deuel Vocational Institution at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, where he has served as chief deputy administrator since 2009. Rackley has served in multiple positions at the Deuel Vocational Institution since 1987.
This position does not require Senate confirmation.
[adrotate group=”7″] Rackley began his career with CDCR in 1987 as a Correctional Officer at Deuel. He is the only person in the 59 year history of DVI to promote from correctional officer to warden without transferring to another prison. DVI, located in Tracy, CA, opened in 1953 as a medium security prison, with a large vocational training program. DVI’s current mission is as a reception center for 22 Northern California counties; and a medium security prison for male felons.
Rackley was born is Sacramento, and raised in West Sacramento by his parents Robert and the late Patricia Rackley. He attended River City Senior High School, graduating in 1984.
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