The Commission on Accreditation for Corrections

The Commission on Accreditation for Corrections (CAC) is the official accrediting body of the American Correctional Association.  Created in 1974, the Commission is the official arbiter of accreditation status for all facilities and agencies.  The Commission is comprised of a representative body of corrections professionals from all areas of the field- adult corrections and detention, juvenile corrections and detention, community corrections, probation, parole, and correctional health services.  

Commission members can be ether appointed to their position by the President of the Association, or elected to their seat.  Members of the Commission include Directors of Corrections, Sheriffs, Jail Administrators, Superintendents, Parole Administrators, Doctors, and other administrators with experience in operating everything from large agencies at the state or national level to local facilities with a relatively small staff and population.  Currently, ACA, through the Commission, accredits more than 1,300 facilities across the United States and the world.  These include Federal, state, local, and private facilities of all types and sizes under ACA’s standards. 

Denise Robinson, Columbus, OH

Chair, Commission on Accreditation for Corrections

Committee Members

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ChairDenise M. Robinson
Vice ChairTony Parker
MemberTim Age
MemberMonroe County Detention Facility
MemberRodney Bivens
MemberMarina Cadreche
MemberStephanie Collins
MemberMichael J. Dooley
MemberJennifer A. Gaffney
MemberMichael L. Graziano
MemberRobert Green
MemberJerry Hebert
MemberGary Hill
MemberPeter Koutoujian
MemberPatrick Labat