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The following computers are found in the management offices and security office of the Administration building of the Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility ("Pent House"), a location featured in the expansion A Criminal Past for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

The management and security offices are located on the third level of the building. For computers located on the first and second levels, see the lobby and administration computers.

Dylan Jakobi's computer Edit

The computer is located in room 303 and has a security rating of 1.

Parole hearing request T. ZengaEdit

From: Claudia Tanners [external]
To: Dylan Jakobi

FAO Case Manager

The requested PAROLE HEARING for THEODORE ZENGA has been REVIEWED and REJECTED.

This is Mr. Zenga's final request for this calendar year.

Note:
Based on our file, Zenga has an extremely high risk of reoffending, and has shown no signs of rehabilitation.
Future parole requests will not be considered.

Claudia Tanners
Administration Clerk
Arizona State Parole Board


Parole hearing request S. HeathEdit

From: Corey Conway [external]
To: Dylan Jakobi

FAO Case Manager

The requested PAROLE HEARING for SMITH HEATH has been REVIEWED and ACCEPTED.

Please fill out the Form "PRL 001-A" and send it to your Staff Parole Officer or this email ASAP.

Parole hearings are booked on a "first come, first served" basis. Typical wait time is 1-3 weeks.

Corey Conway
Administration Clerk
Arizona State Parole Board


DishwashersEdit

From: Michael D. Rhowsay
To: All employees

REMINDER

Please take note that for hygienic reasons and allergies, it is forbidden to leave dirty utensils on any Cafeteria countertops or inside sinks.

Dirty utensils should be rinsed and placed inside the dishwasher. If they are full or already on, it is your responsibility to clean and store them inside the utensil drawer, especially during the weekends.

When the dishwashers are running, there's a sign on the door to remind you! PLEASE AVOID PUTTING THE DISHES INSIDE THE DISHWASHER AFTER THE WASHING CYCLE. Think about your colleagues...

Help us keeping our work environment clean.

Michael D. Rhowsay
Operations Manager


Jacob Jimenez's computer Edit

The computer is located in room 302 and is unlocked.

Orion insta-messaging autosaveEdit

From: Corrine Hibiki [external]
To: Jacob Jimenez

This conversation was automatically saved in your Conversation History:
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>Jacob Jimenez: So, your mom.
>Corrine Hibiki: ???
>Jacob Jimenez: She really really thinksicIcon sic it'd be safer to live with us.
>Corrine Hibiki: I know. I'll talk to her. She's still traumatized by the Incident.
>Jacob Jimenez: Fuck
>Jacob Jimenez: The alarm went off.
>Corrine Hibiki: Doesn't it go off all the time?
>Jacob Jimenez: We've got trouble. Riot.gottago
>Corrine Hibiki: riot?
>Corrine Hibiki: that sounds serious. Everything ok?
>Corrine Hibiki: hello?
>Corrine Hibiki: Hello?
>Corrine Hibiki: I'm getting worried. Let me know you're alright as soon as you ca.´n.
>Corrine Hibiki: Jakey?


Empty bedsEdit

From: Madalyn Besser
To: Jacob Jimenez

Can I get a report on how many empty beds we'll have over the next 90 days? With the recent number of accident and TVIs, it's hard to have a handle on it month to month. Perkins is pushing me for hard info.

Madalyn Besser
Assistant to The Warden
Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility


You are mine... againEdit

From: Ellen McGuire
To: Jacob Jimenez

Starting tomorrow, I get you for 2 hours every day for the next three weeks. The warden approved. I had to lie a little about being "overloaded."

At least it'll give you a break.

Ellen McGuire
Inmate Scheduling


Emily Figueroa's computer Edit

The computer is located in room 304 and is unlocked.

Perjury chargeEdit

From: Rosemary Humeweta [external]
To: Emily Figueroa

Dear Ms. Figueroa,

Prescott division court ruled yesterday that Kyle Attica falsely denied having knowledge of Henry Willis' involvement in the murder of Kellyanne Barrow.

The perjury discharge is going to add 3 years to Mr. Attica's sentence. His eligibility for parole will also have to be pushed back 3 years.

Please process as soon as possible and update me when ready to proceed.

Regards,

Rosemary Humetewa
Courtroom Clerk
Prescott Division Courts


RE: bank account?Edit

From: Tia Cornell [external]
To: June Naydeen

Shit, sorry. I was going to pay it back before you noticed but then things got complicated. I saw this change to invest in a new opportunity so I went in on it but then stuff happened. It didn't pan out like I hoped.

Can we talk tonight? I feel like this is something I'd rather talk about than type about.

- Tom


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From: June Naydeen
To: Tia Cornell
Subject: Employee Transfer

Hey, just chcked the joint account and noticed we're down a few thousand. It looks like a massive cash withdrawal was made. Was that you? It's a joint account, but I would've thought we'd discuss something that big? What's up?

Emily Figueroa
Law Clerk


Top 10 of 2029 best places to workEdit

From: Patsy Perkins
To: All employees

Great work everyone!

The U.S. Department of Corrections Again Ranks in Top 10 of 2029 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government.

The Partnership for Public Service yesterday released the results of the 2029 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings, and the U.S. Department of Corrections has once again ranked in the top 10, placing 3rd overall among the 19 large Federal agencies, and also ranked 3rd in effective leadership, strategic management, and support for diversity: The DoC leadership is very pleased the positive feedback from our employees keeps us in the top 10.

The rankings measure federal employee satisfaction and commitment and are based on responses from more than 1,700,000 federal workers.

Best Places to Work is the most comprehensive assessment of how federal employees perceive their jobs and agencies, providing insights into issues ranging from leadership to pay, to teamwork and work-life balance.

Patsy Perkins
Warden - Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility


Barbara Narvaro's computer Edit

This computer is located in room 305 and is unlocked.

R. Hessio basic parole applicationEdit

From: Olivia Castillo
To: Barbara Narvaro

Name: Richardo Hessio
Gender: Male
Birth year: 1996
Nationality: American
Previous Residence(s): NYC, NY, Chicago, IL, and Los Angeles, CA
Ethnicity: Hispanic
Language(s) spoken: English
Aliases: "Maestro" "Magic"
Associates: Forrest Hills Crew, Latino Kings, 22 New Hyde

First time applying for parole? NO
(if "NO," please list previous applications)
2027 - PAROLE REJECTED (Moratorium on parole for augmented inmates was in effect)

Crime(s): Second Degree Murder (1 Count)
Previous Conviction(s)/Crime(s): None
Sentence(s) - start year (s): 25 years - 2010
Time Served: 19 years
Facilities:
(2010-2028) California State Prison, Chatsworth (California)
(2010-2028) California State Prison, Escondido (California)
(2028-current) Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility

Infractions while incarcerated: 2 infractions (2011-Possession of Contraband, 2024-Possession of Contraband)

Actions during the Aug Incident: R. Hessio killed a fellow inmate, (his cell mate, G. Jemma). Found not responsible.

Notes/Comments: R. Hessio's rehabilitation and conduct record have been clean in the PTHCF. Records for CSPC and CSPE are not available here, but will be available at the parole hearing.

Olivia Castillo
Case Manager


C. Vinera basic parole applicationEdit

From: Olivia Castillo
To: Barbara Narvaro

Name: Carlos Vinera
Gender: Male
Birth year: 1990
Nationality: American
Previous Residence(s): Las Vegas, NV
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Language(s) spoken: English
Aliases: N/A
Associates: None

First time applying for parole? Y
(if "NO," please list previous applications)

Crime(s): Statutory Rape (1 Count)
Previous Conviction(s)/Crime(s): None
Sentence(s) - start year (s): 12 years - 2019
Time Served: 10 years
Facilities:
(2019-2028) Junction Correctional Center (Nevada)
(2028-current) Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility (Arizona)

Infractions while incarcerated: NONE

Actions during the Aug Incident: C. Vinera was locked in his cell and alone.

Notes/Comments: C. Vinera's rehabilitation and conduct record have been clean in the PTHCF. Records show the same in JJCC.

Olivia Castillo
Case Manager


BirthdayEdit

From: Zoe Gencolo
To: All employees

Good morning,

On behalf of the Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility, we all would like to wish a happy birthday to

Michael D. Rhowsay

Happy Birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!

Zoe Gencolo
Receptionist
Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility


Michael D. Rhowsay's computer Edit

This computer is located in room 306 and is unlocked.

Tonight...Edit

From: Shannon Rhowsay
To: Michael D. Rhowsay

xoxoxo
HB
xoxoxo

Shannon Rhowsay
Correctional Officer
Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility


It's your birthday!Edit

From: Zoe Gencolo
To: Michael D. Rhowsay

Hey! Hey! Hey!
It's your birthday!
Happy! Happy! Happy!
Birthday! Birthday! Birthday!

How are WE celebrating? Obviously you're not available tonight.

xoxoxo :

Zoe Gencolo
Receptionist


RE: Happy Giving Birth Day!Edit

From: Theresa Rhowsay [external]
To: Michael D. Rhowsay

I was just about to send you a Birthday Greeting.

"HAPPY BIRTHDAY"

I forgot the pain a long time ago. Anyway, u r worth the pain. Love u so much and I will see if they have anymore of those socks left. If so, I'll buy them 7 send them to you. Enjoy your day. Another package came for you. I guess that is what u were waiting for??

Momma
Theresa Rhowsay


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From: Michael D. Rhowsay
To: Theresa Rhowsay
Subject: Happy Giving Birth Day!

Thanks for giving birth to me!

I'm sure it was painful 31 years ago today, but hopefully I haven't hurt you that bad since. ;)

I'm wearing the socks. Get me more striped ones. The other ones are not my favorite pattern.

Michael D. Rhowsay
Office Manager


Happy birthdayEdit

From: Thomas Stenger
To: Michael D. Rhowsay

Happy Birthday

Thomas Stenger
Head Correctional Officer


Happy birthday!!Edit

From: Chris Fung
To: Michael D. Rhowsay

Hope you have a great day!

Chris Fung
Network Manager


Madalyn has sent you an ecardEdit

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To: Michael D. Rhowsay

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Happy birthday, Mike!Edit

From: Kenneth Oakes
To: Michael D. Rhowsay

Bro. I think i txted th wrong person your happy birthday mssage. did you chang your numbr? man this stupid kyboard is fuckd. Stupid ky. Dammit >:(

Knnth


June Naydeen's computer Edit

This computer is located in room 305 and is unlocked.

BudgetEdit

From: Patsy Perkins
To: June Naydeen

June,

Have you found anything yet? Year-end budget reviews are coming up, and I need to show the board we're running a tight ship. Karen's been doing an amazing job keeping things looking healthy so far but it's not going to last forever. Either we have a round of layoffs, (don't call them that on the books) or we bury a handful of salaries; sabbaticals, transfers, long-term injuries, anything.

It would really help me out. Get back to me as soon as you can, thanks.

Patsy Perkins
Warden - Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility


RE: Employee TransferEdit

From: Tia Cornell [external]
To: June Naydeen

Cool! I can't wait to start!

How about next Monday? I have some things I need to tie up here with my family.

Tia Cornell
Nurse
Yuma Correctional Facility


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From: June Naydeen
To: Tia Cornell
Subject: Employee Transfer

All of the paperwork related to your transfer has been approved.

You just have to pick a start date and I'll get the ball rolling with scheduling transportation. (I wasn't lying when I said that we need you yesterday.)

June Naydeen
Human Resources
Penley T. Housefather Correctional Facility


Problem with another employeeEdit

From: Alana Gutierrez
To: June Naydeen

Hello June,

I'm having a problem with someone we work with.

He's a CO. We had a thing, but I broke it off. Now, he won't stop harassing me.

What can I do?

Alana Gutierrez
Case Manager


ResidenceEdit

From: Dr. Suzanne Essel
To: June Naydeen

I think we need to revisit our policy regarding the annual Christmas play. In previous years we've encouraged inmates to use the play as an opportunity for creativity and self-expression. Oversight has typically been minimal as inmates proved to us that they could comply with facility regulations and offer a final product that was tasteful (if uninspired).

However, that was before Adrian Blair (B-213). As you may recall, Blair is a former theatre director whose last production was anything but forgettable - especially for the poor souls he cast as human props.

I know Blair doesn't have access to his social augmentation in here. But that doesn't mean I'm comfortable with giving him a stage.

Dr. Suzanne Essel
Clinical Director


Olivia Castillo's computerEdit

This computer is located in room 304 is is unlocked.

It's getting bad in EuropeEdit

From: Malcolm Krak
To: Olivia Castillo

Hey Ol

My brother just got out of the Czech Republic. They are rounding up all augmented people and forcing them to live in parts of Prague that are just for Augs.

He slipped out before they started really cracking down. (I told you he's a lucky bastard).

Have you checked in with your sister in London? I don't think the situation for anyone with augmentations is going to get better.

Malcolm


Parole hearing request D. DuttonEdit

From: Claudia Tanners [external]
To: Olivia Castillo

FAO Case Manager

The requested PAROLE HEARING for DILLON DUTTON has been REVIEWED and REJECTED.

This is Mr. Dutton's 1st request for this calendar year. He can apply again in 4 months.

Note:
His application had some glaring inconsistencies. Please review Mr. Dutton's words and his actual record. It seems like he left out several crimes he was convicted of.

Claudia Tanners
Administration Clerk
Arizona State Parole Board


Placement update - Christopher BrennickEdit

From: Conner Norrico
To: Olivia Castillo

Good news. I found a Community Corrections Center near Santa Monica, California that had an opening for Brennick.

Looks like we won't have to shuffle the paperwork to delay his release after all.

Conner Norrico
Inmate Placement
California State Department of Corrections


Matthew Gilmartin's computer Edit

This computer is located in room 306 and is unlocked.

File requestEdit

From: Kelvin Yang
To: Matthew Gilmartin

Matthew,

Thanks for the case file. I'm beginning to think Lauren might be right. Wallace in A-210 is just the latest experiencing psychological issues.

He's exhibiting temporary episodes of believing he's twelve years old at summer camp. Lauren noted him talking about his mom and dad and how much he loves them which makes me think this is more likely a regression than a new event.

According to the file, Wallace blamed the killing on the Incident but the court found him guilty of first degree pre-mediated. He had neural augs fitted to suppress his condition but now I'm starting to wonder. He was lucid and aware when he first arrived at the Pent House so, either he's trying to manipulate me, or the chip is causing psychological disorders.

I'm going to dig deeper, see what I find.

Kelvin Yang
Clinical Psychologist


B. McRonagahan commutedEdit

From: Alana Gutierrez
To: Matthew Gilmartin

Can you into this for me? I'm smelling bullshit.

Inmate McRonagahan (Brian) is contesting his parole status. I did a prelim search of his file and it says he's got another two years to go but he's making a lot of noise that his eligibility was commuted by a judge in Greenlee County, AZ. He conveniently doesn't remember the judge's name.

Who forgets the name of a judge who commutes a sentence?

Alana Gutierrez
Case Manager

Social events scheduleEdit

From: Zoe Gencolo
To: All employees

To all employees,

Here is a rundown of social events that will be happening next week.

- - - - -

Sunday
Dinner: Make Your Own Pizza Night
Meeting: Beer, Wine, & Cheese Tasting
Movie (8pm): "The Flop House Gang" Comedy. 119 min (R) Three nerdy friends are chased by the mafia because they saw a movie they weren't supposed to see. MetaMovie Score: 88%

Monday
Dinner: Vegetarian Menu
Meeting: Retro Video Game Club
Movie (8pm): "Hacker's Run" Sci Fi/Action. 109 min (PG) A team of cyber criminals enter a digital world where data equals money. MetaMovie Score: 78%

Tuesday
Dinner: BBQ
Meeting: Book & Wine Club
Movie (8pm): "The Unbearable Weight of Two Augs" Drama/Thriller. 135 min (R) A modern day retelling of the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde story. (This won several awards) MetaMovie Score: 98%

Wednesday
Dinner: Seafood (Catch of the day)
Meeting: Correctional Officers Union
Movie (8pm): "Alli Gatornaut: Space Camp Sleepover" Comedy. 91 min (R) A raunchy alligator enters the space program. MetaMovie Score: 87%

Thursday
Dinner: BBQ
Meeting: Board Game Night
Movie (8pm): "Old Criminals 3: Golden Oldies" Comedy. 112 min (G) The gang of retired criminals is at it again, this time they're robbing Fort Knox! MetaMovie Score: 72%

Friday
Dinner: Italian
Meeting: Open Mic (Music, comedy, poetry, etc)
Movie (8pm): "The Single Aug" Drama. 99 min (PG-13) An augmented divorcee tries to find love again. MetaMovie Score: 92%

Saturday
Dinner: Steak
Meeting: Fantasy Sports Club
Movie (8pm): "Haunted Phantom" Horror. 93 min (R) A family is tormented by a ghost. MetaMovie Score: 89%


Patsy Perkins' computer Edit

The computer, belonging to the Pent House warden, has a security rating of 1 and is found in the Warden Office.

Recommendation for an inmate Edit

From: Dr. Suzanne Essel
To: Patsy Perkins

I'm concerned by the rise of mentally unstable inmates admitted into our facility. The latest example is Jeremiah Caldwell (A-214). As you may recall, Caldwell was a developer of faulty neural network technology that caused severe brain damage.

I am not questioning the court's decision to hold Caldwell criminally responsible. However, I am questioning our capacity to effectively meet his mental needs. The man is convinced that nothing here is real; somewhere out there, the "real" Jeremiah Caldwell is strapped in and dreaming (nightmaring?) the rest of us into existence. Worse, he's starting to convince others.

My team can handle addiction cases, it can handle depression, apathy, violence… But inmates like Caldwell, like WorthmüllersicIcon sic, like Adams – those who have completely broken with reality – these men do not belong here. With Lauren's recent concerns brought to my attention this is no longer something we should ignore.

Dr. Suzanne Essel
Clinical Director


Budget BreakdownEdit

From: Kate Lewis [external]
To: Patsy Perkins

Dear Ms. Perkins,

This is to inform you that we have received and assessed your annual Incident Review. Our analysts have identified several areas of concern and we’d like you to provide us with additional information so that we can clarify a few questions we might have for the next stage of this review.

Your facility has shown a steady increase in inmate deaths, 18% over the last year, with the largest increase in prosecutions through the Terminal Violations Act. Of further concern is that a high percentage of your signed warrants appear to have been handled via proxy.

Please forward us the prison files for this and the previous fiscal year. We will be in touch shortly to arrange a further interview.

Kate Lewis
Corrections Department of Arizona


Weekly Medical ReportEdit

From: Dr. Suzanne Essel
To: Patsy Perkins

DEATH(S):
lan Wilburg: Ballistic trauma.
Andres Brito: TVP.
Barry Vaughn: Cardiac arrest.
Raymond Cash: Suicide, Asphyxiation

AILMENTS:

Food Poisoning: 20% of inmates suffered from food poisoning last week. (State regulations think we should keep that below 5%) Turns out the kitchen was using a batch that was recalled a week ago. We threw it all out, but the inmates will be without protein for a few days. Recovery rate: 100%

Note: A Rhinovirus strain (common cold) has spread throughout Cell Block A. I expect it to full infiltrate Cell Block B by next week. Hopefully, this will not also creep its way into the Administration building.

Dr. Suzanne Essel
Clinical Director


Pat Rumerger's computer Edit

The computer is located in the security room near Stenger's office and is locked (security level 1).

RE: Mejia's paperworkEdit

From: Thomas Stenger
To: Pat Rumerger

I have other priorities at the moment.

I'll swing by your desk at the end of the shift.

Thomas Stenger
Head Correctional Officer


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From: Pat Rumerger
To: Thomas Stenger
Subject: Mejia's paperwork

I've got Mejia's evaluation forms and stuff you asked for. Also, the CO timesheets need signing off for accounts before end of day. She already sent me one passive aggressive email smiley. Just saying.

Pat Rumerger
Assistant to Head CO


Names Are ImportantEdit

From: Dr. Suzanne Essel
To: Thomas Stenger; Pat Rumerger

MrsicIcon sic Stenger,

I am requesting that all guards please review and respect our policy regarding nomenclature (i.e. how we refer to the inmates). This means no insults, no denigrating terms, and no nicknames (even those that may be in common use by the inmates themselves).

Guards should refer to the inmates by either their state assigned ID numbers or (preferably) by their family names.

Specifically, regarding inmate Neil Korilet (A-315), it is very important to stop calling him "Cyborg". I'm concerned this nickname enables Mr. Korilet's delusion and undermines any hope of rehabilitation.

Dr. Suzanne Essel
Clinical Director


Inmate QuayleEdit

From: Alana Gutierrez
To: All_Cos; Admin_All

Following the recent attack on Dr. Yang by inmate Quayle, we ask that COs refrain from wearing sunglasses near cell A-313. The inmate's already unstable and we've been informed that it wasn't a random event. He's likely to become violent against anyone wearing sunglasses indoors.

Dr. Essel now has Quayle on daily sedative treatment, but stay aware of his location, even during yard rec time just to be safe.

Kelvin is doing fine. The only real damage was to his ego.

Thanks,

Alana Gutierrez
Case Manager


Thomas Stenger's computerEdit

See Thomas Stenger's computer.

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