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Tom Brown Named ACI Employee of the First Quarter

Helped Take Annual Report Production to a New Level of Excellence

Brian Radecki, Phoenix, AZ, December 9, 2014

I am pleased to announce that Tom Brown, the ACI customer service manager has been selected as the ACI employee of the first quarter. Tom brings energy and enthusiasm to everything he does from managing the customer service and sublimation inmates to organizing all the key ACI central office holiday events and the annual ACI end of year meeting.

Open House Draws Horse Enthusiasts to Florence

Wild Horse and Burro Inmate Program (WHIP) Shows Off New Holding Center

Clark DesSoye – Florence, AZ – November 22, 2014

Department of Corrections Director Charles Ryan and BLM Arizona State Director Raymond Suazo addressed an engaged crowd at the new holding center facility in Florence. Both speakers stressed the importance of the partnership between the department and the Bureau of Land Management to the success of ACI's Wild Horse Inmate Program.

Randy Helm Named June's Employee of the Month

The Force Behind the Wild Horse and Burro Program

I am pleased to announce that Randy Helm, our Wild Horse and Burrow program project specialist has been named as the ACI employee of the month for June, 2014.

New Horses Arrive in Wild Horse and Burro Program

Soon Will Total 745 Horses

The ACI Wild Horse and Burro program received four (4) shipments of thirty-six (36) horses this week bringing our inventory to just over five hundred-seventy (570) animals in the program.

The WHB staff have been working long hours preparing the facility as they are expecting to receive another one hundred-seventy five (175) horses within the next week.

Meet Justice, Our New Foal

Wild Horse Inmate Program's First Birth

Randy Helm, Florence, AZ

The first ACI Wild Horse Inmate Program (WHIP) foal has a name! Thanks to all the staff who submitted some really great names. There were 207 entries sent in and after some deep discussion, the committee chose the name Justice sent in by Brian Radecki.

And as a bonus, after the name “Justice” was chosen, the 3 remaining top name choices are going to be given to horses in the program that need names. They are: