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Welcome to Allen County Community Corrections

Mission Statement

ACCC operates a community-based supervision program that recruits and recognizes a well-trained, professional work force to serve and protect our community, its crime victims and those adult offenders under supervision by effectively deploying the field's best practices, proven programming, and rehabilitative strategies to hold offenders accountable and promote their success.

Who We Are

Allen County Community Corrections is comprised of an experienced and diverse staff of nearly 100 individuals. Our employees have been trained in various disciplines including: administration, law enforcement, social work, psychology, security, case management, investigation, education, supervision, mental health, and statistics.

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Agency News

Kevin Hambrick Receives Civil Service Award

 

Kevin Hambrick, Allen County Community Corrections' drug screening technician, was recognized by the Board of Commissioners and awarded the Allen County Civil Service Award on September 22, 2017. This special recognition goes to Allen County Employees who demonstrate exceptional service, noteworthy commitment, and/or efficient and innovative ideas. Congratulations to Mr. Hambrick for this special recognition and thank you for your continued service!

Kevin was recognized by Commissioners Nelson Peters and Therese Brown (ACCC Advisory Board Members) on September 21, 2017 before an assembly of the Allen County Community Corrections Advisory Board and his supportive co-workers. He received his formal award before the Board of Commissioners Legislative Session on September 22, 2017. Mr. Hambrick is the second ACCC staff member to receive this recognition and honor.

ACCC Recognized with Employer Support of Freedom Award

 

Allen County Community Corrections was nominated and awarded the Secretary of Defense - Employer Support Freedom Award Certificate from the Indiana Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).  ACCC has received two nominations from its employees since 2015 for this esteemed award.  The mission of the ESGR is to gain support from public and private employers for the men and women of the National Guard and Reserve.

Learn More about the Employer Support Freedom Award


Training Programs
   

ACCC offers a Basic Motivational Interviewing Workshop (2-day Training) for Criminal Justice and Clinical Professionals – designed to introduce new staff members to the principles of the approach (Spirit of MI), foundations of clinical skills, and skills practice.  This is an interactive program involving skill building, role-playing, and fun.  Click here to check out our Training Division’s 2017 Program Schedule.

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