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Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC) is a state agency of Arizona, headquartered in Downtown Phoenix.[1]

Adobe Mountain School is the only secure facility managed by the agency and is an associate member of the Arizona Interscholastic Association.[2][3] While Adobe Mountain School North has units for boys and girls, Adobe Mountain School South has units for boys.[2]

The agency operated the Southwest Regional Juvenile Corrections Complex, a 200-bed complex in Buckeye[4] scheduled to open in 1997. It was originally supposed to be for $190.5 million, but it went $19 million over budget.[5] Eagle Point School was in the complex.[6] The facility closed in 2009.[7]

The ADJC has gone through 3 different directors in the past 3 years.

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My name is Cassandra Hatch and I'm a juvenile detention officer. Cassandra has been a detention officer at the Judicial Branch of Arizona for the last 13 years. All my life I've wanted to work with troubled youth and I found the right place to go. Nat: SB number 10 I work 6:00 to 2:00 and we have three shifts. We have six to two, two to 10 or 10 to six. I come in at six o'clock and get my keys. Look to see what unit I'll be working for the day. During her time here she's been able to interact with kids that come from very different backgrounds. There's so much that you see here that you don't even realize is out there. Like when I started this job I never expected some of the stories I heard. It does sometimes feel like you are raising like your own set of kids. You get to get a chance to see them for who they are and sometimes you'll get to discover a side of them that they didn't know they had. And while some juveniles may be in detention for just a few days or a few weeks communication is key among all juvenile detention officers. It may be a lot that has taken place to shift before or there may be different types of issues that kids have had with different ones that may come in. Before their first day on the job juvenile detention officers go through an academy they usually lasts two to three weeks followed by on-the-job training. And then you just learn the way the units run, the way school runs, the way the clinic runs. Just so you know their everyday routine. They're set on a schedule, so all these kids know exactly what is laid out for them on a daily basis even weekends. Brenton hopes he's making an impact by sharing his past experience. I used to play football for ASU so sometimes they want to know what is it like to be a collegiate athlete and I can give them that perspective. And some of these kids they don't believe in themselves, but then if you let them know you've got this they do succeed and we've had plenty of kids in here get GED's and go on and become the kids that no, the young adults they're supposed to be. I just believe you have to truly care if you don't care you're not going to be good at this job. You have to care about these kids and believe in them that they can change.

References

  1. ^ "Central Administrative Office." (Archive) Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections. Retrieved on August 13, 2010.
  2. ^ a b "[1]." Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections. Retrieved on August 13, 2010. (Archive)
  3. ^ "Directory of districts with multiple member schools, 2009-10 school year, AIA Archived December 23, 2010, at the Wayback Machine."
  4. ^ "Buckeye town, Arizona Archived June 8, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.." U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved on August 13, 2010.
  5. ^ "$19 million prison overrun may bring cuts." The Arizona Star. October 15, 1997. Retrieved on August 13, 2010.
  6. ^ "Eagle Point School." (Archive) Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections. Retrieved on August 13, 2010.
  7. ^ Stockman, Rachel. "State closes juvenile corrections facility." 12 News. December 30, 2009. Retrieved on August 13, 2010.

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