The Stalemate: An Un-Sustainable Lifestyle

The Stalemate: An Un-Sustainable Lifestyle

“Many are quick to make a connection between the cunning efforts of an often untouchable system and its big corporate contractors to exploit and monopolize the prison market.”

ADCRR Issues Report Out About Escape From ADCRR-Florence Complex South Unit

Arizona State Prison

Critical understaffing at ASPC Florence Complex – South Unit in January 2021 cited as major reason for not detecting the escape of John Charpoit and David Harmon.

The Need for Prison Oversight: My Why

Hannah Burke

For decades across the country, small towns and rural communities have suffered from a decline in farming and manufacturing work, often resulting in widespread economic depression leaving those living in… Continue reading The Need for Prison Oversight: My Why

Independent Oversight of the Arizona Department of Corrections : Why It Matter?

Hayley Worrell

As I walked into the prison gates for the first time, visiting my husband, who was wrongly convicted and sentenced to twelve years in the Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation… Continue reading Independent Oversight of the Arizona Department of Corrections : Why It Matter?

Corruption or Rehabilitation

Anonymous man

What does the Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation, and Reentry (ADCRR) stand for? I know the title suggests they are correcting  and rehabilitating prisoners, but what specifically is being done… Continue reading Corruption or Rehabilitation

What’s In a Name

Anonymous man

From an anonymous incarcerated person –  Corruption or Rehabilitation: by Anonymous What does the Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) stand for? I know the title suggests they… Continue reading What’s In a Name

ADCRR Seeks Funding Increase for FY 2022

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The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation, and Reentry (ADCRR) has asked lawmakers to authorize a $1.3 billion dollar spending plan in 2022, an increase of more than $100 million over… Continue reading ADCRR Seeks Funding Increase for FY 2022

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