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Cristina Rodda

Public Information Officer

New Mexico Public Regulation Commission

HQ Phone:  (505) 827-4601

Direct Phone: (505) ***-****direct phone

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New Mexico Public Regulation Commission

1120 Paseo De Peralta

Santa Fe, New Mexico,87501

United States

Company Description

The Public Utility Commission of New Mexico regulates state electric and telecommunication utilities, implements respective legislation, and offers customer assistance for resolving consumer complaints. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Public Affairs Director

Department of Corrections


Morning Show Anchor

News Channel 9 KTSM


Anchor and Reporter

8NewsNow


Public Affairs Director

New Mexico Corrections Department


Anchor and Reporter

KDBC


Intern

KTSM


Affiliations

KOB Eyewitness News 4

Anchor and Reporter


Education

Bachelor of Arts degree

Electronic Media

University of Texas at El Paso


Web References(19 Total References)


www.kdbc.com

Cristina RoddaKDBC 4 News Weekend Anchor/News Reporter Cristina Rodda was born and raised in El Paso.


www.nmfilm.com [cached]

Email Cristina Rodda or call 505.827.8660; or email Rosie Sais or call 505-827-8675.


www.gossiprocks.com

The Canadian singer may have been a target of a murder plot uncovered by U.S. police. (Christinne Muschi/Reuters)The New Mexico Corrections Department has confirmed it is in the process of extraditing Staake to New Mexico, but Cristina Rodda, the public affairs director, could not confirm whether Staake was the accused in a plot to kill Bieber.


www.daily-times.com

Cristina Rodda, the public affairs director for the New Mexico Corrections Department, said Franco's former position has been filled but she did not say who was working in that job.


www.santafenewmexican.com

According to Department of Corrections Public Affairs Director Cristina Rodda, an unidentified corrections employee who checked on Madrid's release status in May mistakenly ignored the enhancement to Madrid's sentence under the state's habitual-offender law.
However, on Aug. 1, Rodda said, someone at the Bernalillo County District Attorney's Office alerted prison staff that Madrid had been released too early. Rodda said her department is accepting responsibility for the mistake, but she said some improvements could be made in how sentencing information is provided to the department by New Mexico courts. "Our main priority is public safety, and early release is just not acceptable," Rodda said Friday. "We have recognized for some time now that there needs to be some change in calculating time served." Rodda said sentencing paperwork from various parts of the state isn't uniform. "The additional eight-year sentence had been inadvertently left out from the calculations," Rodda said. Last month, the Department of Corrections launched a statewide audit of all inmate files to certify that proper calculations are being performed for time served and remaining time to serve. Rodda said officials are looking into good-time credit calculations as well as lump-sum reward time calculations. Rodda said the department is trying to replace a work model that consisted of administrative staff reviewing inmates files on a monthly basis, looking back over the previous 30 days to determine what good-time credits or lump-sum rewards an inmate may have earned. She said a new forward-looking system that projects release dates would decrease human error. "Corrective action relating to improving the previous work model used for such calculations will be followed by appropriate disciplinary action and accountability by the department's management," Rodda said.


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