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Puerto Rico Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation of Puerto Rico
Department overview
Formed December 9, 1993 (1993-12-09)
Preceding agencies Corrections Administration
Juvenile Institutions Administration
Labor and Training Enterprises Corporation
Office of Pretrial Services
Parole Board
Jurisdiction executive branch
Headquarters San Juan, Puerto Rico
Motto Security, Rehabilitation
Employees 5,386
Department executive Carlos Molina Rodríguez, Secretary of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Key documents Article VI of the Constitution of Puerto Rico
Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1993
Website www.ac.gobierno.pr

The Department of Correction and Rehabilitation of Puerto Rico (Spanish: Departamento de Corrección y Rehabilitación de Puerto Rico) is the executive department of the government of Puerto Rico responsible for structuring, developing, and coordinating the public policies of Puerto Rico over its correctional system and the rehabilitation of its adult and young population.[1]

Agencies

Secretary

External links

  • Puerto Rico Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (Spanish)

References

  1. ^ "Contáctenos." Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation of Puerto Rico. Retrieved on May 19, 2010. "Dirección Física: Ave. Teniente Cesar Gonzalez. Esq. Calle Juan Calaf #34. Urb. Industrial Tres Monjitas. San Juan, PR 00917"
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