CAI - Boston Avenue

Customer base: Federal Bureau of Prisons and San Diego County - Facility Type: Minimum-Security, Owned since 2013
  • Capacity120
  • PopulationMale

Facility Leader: Monica Sanchez, Director

Monica Sanchez, Director Monica Sanchez was named director at CAI's Boston Avenue facility in 2013. Prior to that, she served as a program manager, senior case manager, case manager, job developer, disciplinary hearing officer and clerk. She holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice administration from San Diego State University.

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Population: Male