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 […]
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 […]
My son entered the Az Dept of Corrections in 2008. His first years were most likely very stressful; however, he didn’t complain or speak about his everyday prison life other […]
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 […]
As a first-time non-violent offender, I found myself sentenced to one year in Perryville Prison. When you arrive in prison, you have to go through receiving and assessing (R and […]
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 […]
TOTAL SYSTEMIC FAILURE: AN EXAMINATION OF THE ADCRR NARRATIVE OF THE ESCAPE OF JOHN CHARPIOT AND DAVID HARMON FROM ASPC FLORENCE – SOUTH UNIT
On Sunday, January 25, 2021, ADCRR Deputy Director Frank Strada gave the following narrative on the escape of John Charpiot and David Harmon: Charpiot and Harmon were able to breach […]
Two men escaped from the ASPC Florence Complex-South Unit. The men were able to obtain secured tools to breach the security fences.
Today, the ADCRR confirmed 655 new COVID-19 cases within the La Paz Unit at Yuma state prison, marking the largest outbreak in the ADCRR since the inception of the pandemic.