AARMS meets the accreditation, auditing and risk management needs of correctional organizations thru web-based technology and consulting services.
There are few professions which face on a day-to-day basis such an unpredictable, fluid, and potentially volatile environment as does corrections management. Thus, correctional administrators must plan, develop, implement, and constantly improve operational strategies to protect against liability, adverse publicity, staff misconduct, prisoner assaults or disturbances, or operational dysfunction resulting in adverse news media coverage, loss of public confidence, and political difficulties. AARMS provides the tools and expertise for correctional organizations to proactively manage their institutions with confidence.
Conduct thorough internal audits and inspectionswith the ability to manage, track and follow up on compliance from anywhere.
No additional IT expenses. Hosted application works over the internet with no need for additional hardware, software or upgrades.
Successfully defend against lawsuits. Endorsed by the foremost expert case witness and the #1 state in defending itself against prisoner litigation in the United States
Decrease audit time up to 70% with increased functionality, usability and reliability. Receive instant audit results with no waiting for data entry.
Attach and manage policies, procedure, photos and other documents with increased functionality, usability and reliability. Receive instant audit results with no data entry.
Assess strengths, weaknesses and trends while you establish measurable criteria for upgrading operations.
Resolve or mitigate the issue of subjectivity of auditors using rationale, compliance and annotation fields.
Make your accreditation process faster and less labor intensive, saving you time and money.
News and Events
Utah Sheriffs’ Association begins Jail Accreditation.
Midway, UT (March 5, 2010)
Accreditation, Audit & Risk Management Security formally announced it has successfully developed its new accreditation software. The program was developed over the last six months to assist facilities in managing costly labor intensive accreditation programs. It is anticipated this program will be used with various law enforcement, corrections and health care accreditations. The Utah Sheriffs’ Association has already agreed to be the first to utilize the program to manage its jail accreditation program. Cache County and Weber County will be the first to begin the accreditation process.
Bannock County Sheriffs’ Office, Idaho teams with AARMS for its jail inspection management.
Midway, UT (February 25, 2010)
Bannock County Sheriffs’ Office announced today it selected Accreditation, Audit and Risk Management Security services to assist them in managing their internal jail audits and inspection program. AARMS trained jail command staff and officers on February 4th. Sheriff Nielsen is looking forward to using and implementing the 590 legal-based jail standards, something that will allow them to become “ahead of the curve” in fighting against prisoner litigation. The standards are currently being revised by legal counsel to adhere to Idaho state statutes and the 10th Circuit Court rulings. Bannock County is the first county to participate and is now using the AARMS management program to conduct its own self audits measure compliance to these standards.
Located in the south central portion of Idaho with the county seat in Pocatello, Bannock County is home to Idaho State University. The Bannock County jail was built in 1994 and houses over 253 inmates with 56 deputies.
. Lee County Sheriffs’ Office, Alabama teams with AARMS for its jail inspection management.
Midway, UT (February 3, 2010)
Lee County Sheriffs’ Office announced today Accreditation, Audit and Risk Management Services will assist them in managing their internal jail audits and inspection program. The jail administration is excited to be working with AARMS and will begin training within the month using the only national set of legal-based jail standards. These standards were revised by the Alabama Standards Committee under the direction of the Alabama Sheriffs’ Association.
Located in the east central portion of Alabama and home of Auburn University, Lee County Sheriffs’ Office employs more than 165 employees. Its jail was constructed in 2007 and its current capacity averages 430 inmates.