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Charles V. Ryan

Director

Department of Corrections

HQ Phone:  (404) 656-4661

Direct Phone: (602) ***-****direct phone

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Department of Corrections

300 Patrol Road

Forsyth, Georgia,31029

United States

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superofficialnews.com

If you feel the need to criticize how the criminals are getting out and repeating crime .... Start with the Department of Corrections, Chuck Ryan, and our Govenor !! The would rather have the inmates pay 2.9 million dollars to the state annually and use the money to buy new cars every year then put it into programs to rehabilitate!!


www.afsj-cys.org [cached]

3) Mr. Charles L. Ryan, M.P.A.
    State Director, Arizona Department of Corrections


www.kirschbaumlaw.com [cached]

On June 6, 2011, in Martinez v. Ryan, No. 10-1001, the United States Supreme Court granted the petitioner's petition for a writ of certiorari to review the decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
The respondent, Charles L. Ryan, is the Director of the Arizona Department of Corrections. A ruling in favor of the petitioner in Martinez v. Ryan, No. 10-1001, would necessarily overrule Pennsylvania v. Finley to the extent to which state criminal defendants are prohibited from raising federal ineffective assistance of trial counsel claims on direct appeal from their criminal convictions.


www.adclaborcouncil.com [cached]

This meant only the Safford prison, which includes the Fort Grant Unit, and the Arizona State Prison-Douglas were considered for privatization, according to a letter to Arizona Department of Corrections employees from Charles Ryan, director of the ADOC.
The ADOC issued a request for information Feb. 1 to determine if any private companies were interested in taking over one or both of the prisons. "Based upon the responses to the RFI, ADC concluded that privatization was not feasible," Ryan said in his letter. "Had the law not been repealed (ADOC) would have advocated against moving forward with the request for proposal process," Ryan said in his letter. The FOP ADC Labor Council looks forward to a 'meet and confer' with Director Ryan for clarification as we move forward. The following due process proposal has been submitted to Director Ryan. Director Ryan has already addressed these proposals with initial responses. • No representatives shall be allowed during the fact finding. • No representatives shall be allowed during one-on-one verbal corrective action by supervisory or administrative staff.


tv2klbc.com [cached]

ADC Department director Charles Ryan has involved various sections of state law that allow him to order the reassignment of prisoners to other public or private facilities.
Pursuant to A.R.S. Section 41-1609(E)(2), and following notification of Governor Doug Ducey and Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Ryan invoked his statutory authority to house inmates in either an existing public or private institution.


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