The Department has produced the Biennial Report with the intent to present data comparing the services provided by private prison contractors who exclusively contract with the Department to the state's provision of services for a similar sate-run facility.
ADOC retained CGL to conduct a comprehensive review of the existing protocols, the application of these protocols in the case of Joseph R. Wood III, and an assessment as to whether the existing protocols are consistent with national best practices.
In the spring of 2004, a group of individuals involved in various aspects of Arizona's juvenile justice system gathered together to discuss the topic of gender-specific treatment for system-involved girls, particularly girls diagnosed with co-occurring disorders of mental health and substance abuse. The group evolved into the Arizona Integrated Girls' Initiative, with the mission to establish Arizona as a leader in the development of program models, policies and services that comprehensively address the unique needs of girls.
This guidebook is provided to the family and friends of inmates to help answer questions that may arise. Issues discussed in this guidebook are provided as a general guidance. This guidebook is not meant to replace or supercede any Department Order or Director’s Instruction.
The Arizona Department of Corrections is one of the largest departments in Arizona State Government. It serves and protects the people of the state of Arizona by incarcerating inmates in correctional facilities and supervising conditionally released offenders in the community. During incarceration, medical care and other health and welfare services are provided to inmates. In addition, programs such as work, education, training, substance abuse treatment, sex offender treatment, and spiritual services are provided to inmates to promote employability, literacy, sobriety, and accountability to crime victims and to increase the likelihood that released inmates will become law-abiding citizens upon release.
Cost identification and comparison of state and private contract beds
Mission Statement: To create opportunities for inmates to develop marketable job skills, civility and good work habits through successful enterprises that produce quality products and services for our customers.
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