Owned and Operated Shops

Administration
This successful shop began in 1992 and currently employees 30 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they perform general office work, accounting, accounts payable/receivable, payroll, materials management, purchasing, customer and sales support, working with Epicor and MS office.

Administration

Bakery
This successful shop began in 1996 and currently employees 147 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they prepare, bake, and wrap a variety of baked goods for use in prisons and jails across Arizona

Bakery

Boxes
This successful shop began in 2006 and currently employees 22 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they create custom dyes and press out corrugated boxes

Boxes

EF Block Manufacturing
This successful shop began in 2001 and currently employees 19 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they make insulated building forms out of recycled polystyrene for the Arizona construction industry

EF Block Manufacturing

Farm
This successful shop began in 1987 and currently employees 14 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they planting, watering and harvesting fodder grains

Farm

Fish Farm
This successful shop began in 2013 and currently employees 25 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they raise talipia for local markets

Fish Farm

Installation
This successful shop began in 2001 and currently employees 10 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they install ACI fabricated products in commercial and government facilities

Installation

License Plates
This successful shop began in 1965 and currently employees 17 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they manufacture license plates for the AZ department of transportation and make novelty plates and gift items out of discarded materials

License Plates

Mattresses
This successful shop began in 1986 and currently employees 20 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they assemble mattresses

Mattresses

Metal Fabrication
This successful shop began in 2001 and currently employees 144 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they bend, cut, weld and powder coat steel and aluminum to create institutional and outdoor products

Metal Fabrication

Printing
This successful shop began in 2001 and currently employees 46 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they create graphic files and run industrial printing operations

Printing

Recycling
This successful shop began in 2010 and currently employees 10 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they shred and bale used clothing, other fabric, paper, cardboard, and plastic for processing and reuse through various vendors

Recycling

Sewing - Douglas
This successful shop began in 1986 and currently employees 70 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they make inmate clothing

Sewing - Douglas

Sewing - Florence
This successful shop began in 2001 and currently employees 25 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they make linens and blankets

Sewing - Florence

Sewing - Perryville
This successful shop began in 1986 and currently employees 31 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they make undergarments

Sewing - Perryville

Signs and Engraving
This successful shop began in 2001 and currently employees 29 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they make outdoor signs and engraving products

Signs and Engraving

Small Business Center
This successful shop began in 2001 and currently employees 4 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they data entry and call center work

Small Business Center

Transportation
This successful shop began in 1965 and currently employees 8 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they loading and unloading of products and raw materials coming into and out of ACI shops across the state

Transportation

Upholstery
This successful shop began in 1986 and currently employees 20 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they upholster and reupholster chairs, couches, and other furnishings

Upholstery

Warehouse
This successful shop began in 1965 and currently employees 20 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they move product and raw materials inventory into and out of ACI warehouse facilities

Warehouse

Wild Horse and Burro Program
This successful shop began in 2013 and currently employees 32 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they care for and train (gentle) wild horses and burros in preparation for adoption

Wild Horse and Burro Program

Wood Shop
This successful shop began in 2001 and currently employees 62 inmates each day (on average).
    The inmates in the program are learning real-world jobs skills as they make production CAD drawings, program CNC machines and fabricate custom furniture and cabinets

Wood Shop

22 Current O&O Shops employ a total of 805 inmates each day