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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, and mental health.

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What we do

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.

Downtown Fort Wayne, photo by Jennifer Cockrell
Downtown Fort Wayne | by Jennifer Cockrell

Agency News

The 2015-16 fiscal year marks the 30th anniversary of Allen County Community Corrections.  On Friday, October 16, 2015, the agency will hold a recognition ceremony in honor of its staff and Advisory Board members who have worked together to collectively serve Allen County over its 30 years.  IDOC Deputy Commissioner of Re-Entry Julie Lanham will serve as the honored guest-speaker for the event.  ACCC will host an Open House from 12:00pm to 2:00pm, with a program at 12:30.  The celebration is open to the public and media.


Executive Director

  Beginning March 1, 2014, Kim Churchward heads the agency – which includes the operation of Allen County Re-Entry Court and Allen County Restoration Court, Veterans Court and numerous other programs in its dozen divisions.

Training Programs

ACCC’s Training Institute offers Introductory (Basic) and Advanced workshops in Motivational Interviewing for Criminal Justice and Clinical professionals.  The Basic MI Workshop is a two-day program that introduces new staff members to the principles of the motivational approach (Spirit of MI), foundations of clinical skills, and skills practice.   The Advanced MI Workshop is a two-day program designed for professional s who have some experience with MI and want to improve their skills – providing a brief skills review, intensive practice, live coaching, and an introduction to quality control with peer learning strategies.

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