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 […]
Staff attrition rates at the Arizona Department of Corrections remain at critical levels. Arizona public paying increased costs for decreases in safety.
Millions of tax-payer dollars have been allocated on the locks at the Lewis prison near Buckeye, Arizona. Where has all that money gone?
ADCRR Director David Shinn Claims That He Won’t Be Able To Provide Food And Healthcare To The Incarcerated Due To A $1.8M Budget Shortfall
ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION, AND REENTRY SLOW TO TEST INCARCERATED MEN AND WOMEN FOR COVID-19 DESPITE FUNDING AND EVIDENCE OF URGENT NEED
Recently, the ADHS submitted an emergency request to the Arizona Department of Administration’s State Procurement Office seeking approximately $4.2 million to fund COVID testing and physician follow-ups for up to 65,000 tests in the ADCRR.