Army Corrections Command

NOTICE: This Army Corrections Command (ACC) information is hosted by the Army Review Boards Agency (ARBA) but the ACC is not a subordinate organization of ARBA.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Army Corrections Command is policy, resource management (budget, personnel, force structure), and daily operations of the U.S. Army Corrections System.

Overview

The Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army - Review Boards (DASA-RB) has oversight of the Army Corrections System for the Secretary of the Army and operates the Army Clemency and Parole Board. The Army Corrections Command is organized within the Army's Office of the Provost Marshal General. The Army Corrections Command is responsible for resource management (budget, personnel, force structure), policy, and daily operations of the U.S. Army Corrections System.

The Army Corrections System is composed of two overseas facilities (Germany and Korea), two medium-security regional correctional facilities (Fort Lewis, Washington; and Fort Sill, Oklahoma), and one maximum-security prison, the U.S Disciplinary Barracks, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. The regional correctional facilities and the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks provide a full range of custodial and correctional treatment programs for the incarceration of military offenders, regardless of branch of service. The U.S. Disciplinary Barracks is the only maximum-security facility within the Department of Defense.