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Green Initiatives Strengthen Business Partnerships
Recycling Makes Financial Sense and Good Corporate Citizens This article originally appeared in the Summer 2014 issue of NCIA News. For more information on NCIA News, please go to National Correctional Industry Association. Several years ago, while ordering material for our commodities manufacturing shop, Al Wesley, a regional manager for Arizona Correctional Industries (ACI), noticed […]
A Unique, Enduring Business Partnership
Hickman Farms Share Commitment to Teaching, Training and Employing Offenders This article originally appeared in the Spring 2014 issue of NCIA News. For more information on NCIA News, please go to National Correctional Industry Association. While, many Correctional Industries have partnerships with private companies, Arizona Correctional Industries (ACI) feels that they have a unique partnership […]
Benefits to Arizona
History The use of inmate work crews is recorded as far back as 1908 when inmate labor built the Florence Prison. Arizona Correctional Industries was created by the Arizona Legislature in 1969, operating under the acronym “ARCOR” (Arizona Correctional) until 1987, and received appropriated funds to support its operations. In 1987, ARCOR was renamed Arizona […]
Annual Report
At the end of every fiscal year (July-June) Arizona Correctional Industries publishes an Annual Report to summarize the financial results, discuss new initiatives, and provide updates about on-going programs. You can look at the latest report here or by clicking on the image above (reports from prior years are available upon request).
Labor Contracts
Reliable Labor Force For more than 25 years ACI has provided inmate labor for some of the best known companies in Arizona. Last year alone, ACI provided over 2.8 million hours of labor to private sector companies. We’re looking for long-term relationships with Arizona companies wishing to replace outsourced skilled labor (work that was previously […]