2009 California Penal Code - Section 2035-2042 :: Article 4. The Deuel Vocational InstitutionPENAL CODE
2035. There is hereby established an institution for the confinement of males under the custody of the Director of Corrections and the Youth Authority to be known as the Deuel Vocational Institution. 2037. There may be transferred to and confined in the Deuel Vocational Institution any male, subject to the custody, control and discipline of the Director of Corrections, or any male, subject to the custody, control and discipline of the Youth Authority who has been committed to the Youth Authority under the provisions of Section 1731.5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, who the Director of Corrections or Youth Authority, as the case may be, believes will be benefited by confinement in such an institution. 2039. The Governor, upon recommendation of the Director of Corrections, in accordance with Section 6050, shall appoint a warden for the Deuel Vocational Institution. The director shall appoint, subject to civil service, those other officers and employees as may be necessary. The Director of Corrections may remove a warden at his or her own discretion at any time. 2040. The Director of Corrections shall construct and equip, in accordance with law, suitable buildings, structures, and facilities for the Deuel Vocational Institution. 2041. Part 3 (commencing with Section 2000) shall apply to the Deuel Vocational Institution and to the persons confined therein so far as those provisions may be applicable. Whenever the name California Vocational Institution appears in any statute, it shall be deemed for all purposes to refer to the Deuel Vocational Institution. 2042. Every minor person confined in the Deuel Vocational Institute who escapes or attempts to escape therefrom is guilty of a crime and shall be imprisoned in a state prison, or in the county jail for not exceeding one year.
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