ADCRR FY 2023 Budget and Need for Oversight

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The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation, and Reentry has requested a record breaking $1.5 billion for FY 2023, and they want that money with no strings, oversight, or accountability to Arizona taxpayers.

Urgent Call To Action Regarding Private Prison Bed Expansion

ATAC Executive Director Discusses Private Prison Bed Expansion

The population of the Arizona Department of Corrections over the last two years has decreased by about 10% or about five-thousand individuals have left the Arizona Department of Corrections that have not been back filled with new commitments. That means that we’ve had the lowest prison rate in Arizona that we’ve had in quite a long time. These private prison beds are not necessary. The state does not need them. There is no housing crisis.

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 […]

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 […]

ADCRR RENEWS PRISON HEALTHCARE CONTRACT

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The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) has renewed their prison healthcare contract with Centurion of Arizona. This contract will provide healthcare to 10 Arizona state-run prisons with […]

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 […]