Oakmont Sunday Symposium
Sunday January 14th 2018 - 10:30am to 12:00pm
Robert Ayers. Incarcerated In CaliforniaRobert Ayers has been associated with corrections and prison management for over 49 years beginning at San Quentin in 1968. During the next 18 years, he was promoted several times and worked in virtually every custodial capacity at San Quentin among the most notorious criminals in California. He moved on to a new women’s prison in Stockton, then served as Chief Deputy Warden and Warden at the infamous Pelican Bay prison as well as Warden at New Folsom prison. From 2005 to 2008, Mr. Ayers was the Warden at San Quentin. Since his retirement, he has done corrections consulting in California, Nevada and Alabama. Mr. Ayers will speak about the growth of incarceration in California over the last 50 years and what that means to the citizens of California. Additionally, he will address major class action litigation issues which have impacted prison operations at significant cost to the taxpayers. $3 donation, oakmontsundaysymposium.org.