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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arizona_Department_of_Corrections

The Arizona Department of Corrections is statutory responsible for the incarceration of inmates in 10 prisons in the U.S. state of Arizona. As of December 2015, the ADC manages over 42,643 imprisoned inmates and over 5,466 inmates who have been paroled or that are statutorily released. ADC is also in involved in ...

corrections.az.gov/directors-bio

Charles L. Ryan has 40 years of experience in the field of corrections. He has served as Director of the Arizona Department of Corrections, Deputy Director of Prison Operations, as a prison warden and as a prison administrator. He possesses in-depth, hands-on institutional skills developed at entry-level, supervisory, ...

corrections.az.gov/directors-office

Office of the DirectorMedia Relations OfficeLegislative AffairsLegal ServicesStrategic PlanningDirector Charles L. Ryan Arizona Department of Corrections Director is responsible for the overall operations and policies of ADC, including:Maintaining and administering all ADC institutions and programs. Administering ...

corrections.az.gov/articles

... state complexes to the Arizona State Capitol as he proclaimed May 1-7, 2016 as "Correctional Officers Week". During this commemorative week we pause to acknowledge the vital contributions by these correctional professionals to the public safety of our communities throughout the state. - Charles L. Ryan, ADC Director.

www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/charles-ryan-adc-director-reports-640-staff-arrests-in-last-4-1-2-years-6502604

Feb 23, 2013 ... No joke. Arizona Department of Corrections Director Charles Ryan admits as much in a recent post to his "Director's Desk" blog, wherein he states that "in the past four and a half years, there have been 640 staff arrests," of which, 433 "were for behaviors like domestic violence, fighting, assaults, harassment, ...

www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/arizona-doc-director-charles-ryan-feuds-with-federal-judge-after-being-told-he-cant-harass-inmates-9554150

Aug 2, 2017 ... Arizona Department of Corrections director (and former Abu Ghraib consultant) Charles Ryan is not too happy about a federal judge telling him that he can't harass inmates who air their grievances in court. Some backstory: In July, a handful of inmates traveled to Phoenix to testify about the dismal medical ...

www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/lefties-love-to-hate-private-prisons-but-adc-director-charles-ryan-shows-that-public-isnt-necessarily-better-7659755

Sep 16, 2015 ... Arizona Department of Corrections Director Charles Ryan shows lefties that " public" prisons are not necessarily better than private ones.

grassrootsleadership.org/blog/2011/08/humpday-hall-shame-arizona-director-corrections-charles-ryan

Aug 31, 2011 ... Welcome to The Humpday Hall of Shame – every Wednesday we'll highlight the private prison industry's influence on public policy through campaign contributions, lobbying, and the revolving door of public and private corrections. This week's Hall of Shame inductee is Charles Ryan, current Arizona ...

www.prisoncensorship.info/art/AZpetition3.pdf

To: Director of Arizona Department of Corrections. Charles L. Ryan. 1601 W. Jefferson. Phoenix, AZ 85007. Subject: Retaliation & Conspiracy to Violate Inmates' First Amendment Rights. RE: ...