Lisa Fernandez
Updated  May 21, 2024 

OAKLAND, Calif. – The special master appointed to oversee that reforms were made at the now-shuttered Federal Correctional Institute at Dublin also has the authority to ensure that the women who were once incarcerated there receive the proper care at their new prisons across the country, a federal judge ruled. 

U.S. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers issued her order on Monday, expanding Special Master Wendy Still’s initial role, which she took on April 5. 

Still is now charged with making sure that the 605 women once housed at FCI Dublin get the “appropriate follow up care and support in their new facilities.”

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