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What's Going on at ACPM?

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We have some VERY exciting news for those needing transportation to or from the ACACC!

 

The Rabbit Transit now has a stop added to ACACC. The bus will stop in the Work Release parking lot of the complex.

 

This stop will give individuals who are eligible for Work Release and lacking transportation the opportunity to find employment through the use of public transportation. It also allows for individuals who are released from custody to utilize the bus to leave the complex.

 

For additional information and the bus schedule, please visit the Rabbit Transit website at https://www.rabbittransit.org/services/gettysburg-hanoverconnector/

APPRECIATION BASKET FOR THE CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS AND STAFF
Once a month the ACPM provides a basket full of goodies and snacks for the correctional officers and staff. The basket expresses our gratitude for their service "to protect and serve the residents of Adams County and the general public by providing progressive and comprehensive correctional and rehabilitattive services.

If your church, mission's committee, or business would like to support this ministry, please contact Chaplain Perez.

VISITOR INFORMATION

When visiting inmates at the Adams County Adult Correctional Complex there are some helpful tips and rules to consider. The visitation information and schedule are available on the county website - click here. 

When you reach their main page, select the tab “County Government.” Select “Adult Correction Facility.” Upon reaching the prison page, scroll down until you see “Visitation Information” and click on “View Details.” The document will provide instructions on visitations, correspondence, and how to deposit money on the inmate’s account. Remember to adhere to all the rules regarding visitation to make your visit effective and efficient. If you have questions, please call the facility at 717-334-7671.

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Currently, ACPM has $31,674+ in its account. While church support is at 100% of the budget, individu al support is only at 88% of budget. A very benevolent contribution of $2,500 was received from the Gettysburg Presbyterian Church. For the year, expenses have exceed ed income by $18,717.

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