Deputy Director Residential Services
James T. Banks
Mission Statement: To return residents to the community and the workplace as productive, accountable and employable individuals, by providing tools to help offenders develop alternative lifestyles to crime, through training in life skills, chemical-free living, vocational and other job skills training.
The Residential Services Staff manage and operate regional community-based, residential correctional programs designed to address issues surrounding the behavior, which resulted in confinement or incarceration. These multipurpose, minimum-security facilities encompass community service, discipline, behavior modification and various other self-improvement services.
This position also oversees the coordination and management of the American Correctional Association accreditation process for all residential centers.
|Venita Banister||Assistant Director of Residential Treatment||(501) 682-9510|
|Mark Warner||Center Supervisor Central Arkansas Center||(501) 686-9800|
|Syrna Bowers||Center Supervisor East Central Center||(870) 400-3101|
|Kevin Miner||Center Supervisor Southwest Center||(870) 779-2137|
|Phillip Glover||Center Supervisor Northeast Center||(870) 563-8330|
|Gary Tabor||Center Supervisor Northwest Center||(479) 695-3400|
|Andrew Ruh||Center Supervisor Omega Supervision Sanction Center||(501) 467-3030|
|Vacant||Victim Coordinator||(501) 682-9577|
|Sherry Enderle||RCF Referrals||(501) 682-9563|
|Lt. Johnathan Lanes||Transportation||(501) 891-0528|
|Debbie Ruff||A.C.A. Coordinator||(501) 912-1906|
|Anthony Smith||Maintenance and Construction Coordinator||(501) 682-9577|
Assistant Director Reentry – vacant
The Reentry section assist parolees and probationers reintegrating into their communities and families from incarceration. They work with organizations within the community to assist with mentoring, continued education, job services, training, and placement.
The staff is also responsible for the arrangement and inspection of locations for use as transitional housing facilities for offenders who have been transferred or paroled from ACC or have been placed on probation by the courts. This section is also responsible for the enlistment of volunteers within the community who, without compensation, provide services to ACC.
For assistance, contact Jarrod Self at (501) 414-4851.
|Vacant||Reentry Manager||(501) 912-1924|
|Vacant||Assistant Area Manager||(501) 414-3200|
|Kerri Kocourek||Volunteer/Mentoring Coordinator||(501) 353-8796|
|Corliss Johnson||Employment Specialist||(501) 353-8796|
|Daniel Potter||Program Coordinator, Reentry/Transitional Facilities||(501) 366-9893|
|Jarrod Self||AAM Reentry/Transitional Facilities||(501) 414-4851|
Grants Manager – Vacant (501) 371-1076
Functions: The Grants administrator is responsible for the development of grant proposals, special funding requests, and the acquisition of state and federal funding for new programs for offenders. In addition, this position develops reporting systems to monitor the program effectiveness and ensure the grant programs are in compliance with state and federal regulations.