* Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction.
The Arizona Department of Corrections is statutory  responsible for the incarceration of inmates in 10 prisons in the U.S. state of Arizona. As of November 2013, the ADC manages over 40,956 imprisoned inmates and over 5,873 inmates who have been paroled or that are statutorily released. ADC is also in involved in recruitment and training of Correctional Officers at the Correctional Officer Training Academy (COTA). It has its headquarters in DowntownPhoenix.
As of 2007 Arizona had exported more than 2000 prisoners to privately run facilities in Oklahoma and Indiana, a number that would have been higher if not for a riot of Arizona prisoners at the GEO Group's New Castle Correctional Facility on April 27, 2007, protesting the practice. As of 2013, the states of Vermont, California and Hawaii export prisoners to facilities in Arizona.