Resident banking provides a fast and secure way to deposit funds into a resident's account. You can deposit money 24/7 online from your computer or smartphone. For more information visit ACC Resident Banking.
Pay Probation and Parole Fees
We are pleased to offer a fast, easy, and secure method of paying supervision, drug court and restitution fees using a credit/debit card. PAY NOW!
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The Arkansas Department of Correction, in conjunction with the Arkansas Community Correction and Crime Information Center, is pleased to offer the public a new automated safety tool. The Arkansas Escape Alert System allows citizens living in the vicinity of a Department of Correction unit, or Arkansas Community Correction center, to register for automated notification in the event of an escape from those facilities.
Upon entry of escape into the departments’ offender management system, an immediate notification will be issued to everyone registered against that facility. Escape notification will be made 24/7 in the form of an automated phone call and/or email message. The notification will alert registrants of the escape and direct them to the appropriate website (ADC or ACC) for more information on the escapee. Notification will also be made between the hours of 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. upon the recapture of that escapee.
There is no limit to the number of facility registrations and individuals may register up to three phone numbers and three email addresses for notification. To register for the Arkansas Escape Alert system, visit AlertXpress, click on Arkansas on the map, and follow the instructions that are provided on the page. Please keep the username and password information that will be provided upon registration so that your personal information can be updated in the future.
We are extremely proud and excited to be able to offer this new safety tool to enhance public safety for the citizens of Arkansas.
This 24 hour a day service provides crime victims access to information about criminal cases and custody status of offenders. Victims and other concerned citizens can register to be notified by phone, email, text message (SMS) or TTY device when an offender's custody status changes. Users can also register through their participating state or county toll-free number.
Reminder - ICOTS VINEWatch Press Release
To honor and remember victims during the Office for Victims of Crime's (OVC) National Crime Victims Rights Week (April 6 - 12), the Commission is reaching out to the public, advocates, criminal justice professionals, and victims of crime to increase community awareness of this newly launched ICOTS VINEWatch notification system and protect victims from further harm.
Learn more about ICOTS VINEWatch from the following links: