Arrowhead Juvenile Center
The Arrowhead Juvenile Center is one of four departments of Arrowhead Regional Corrections, and is organized under the superintendent of the Arrowhead Juvenile Center. The superintendent of the Arrowhead Juvenile Center is also responsible for assisting in the direction of female programming and assisting in regional juvenile planning.
A total of 48 beds with 24 beds are designated for treatment of which 16 are licensed by the Department of Corrections (DOC) as long term (over 90 days) and 24 are designated for detention. Generally 40 are designated for males and 8 are designated for females. We have a waiver to manage detention and treatment females together. Males and females are programmatically managed separately to accommodate gender specific programming.
Northeast Regional Corrections Center
The Northeast Regional Corrections Center is one of four ARC departments, and is organized under the Superintendent of NERCC, who reports to the ARC Director. NERCC is a 150 bed minimum-level security institution, which provides services to adult males who are sentenced to the facility by the courts of the ARC counties. Programs include education, vocational training, treatment, recreation, and medical services.
Court & Field Services
Court and Field Services is one of four Arrowhead Regional Corrections Departments, and is organized under the Chief Probation Officer, who reports to the Director. The Unit Supervisors in Court and Field Services report directly to the Chief Probation Officer. Throughout the region, there are probation/parole offices in Duluth, Hibbing, Virginia, Carlton, Grand Marais, Silver Bay, Two Harbors and International Falls.
Court and Field Services is one of four divisions of Arrowhead Regional Corrections. It provides services to 16 Judges and 8,500 clients at nine locations in the five participating counties. Overall, Court and Field Services has a staff of 104.5, including 75.4 Probation Officers, 2.0 Work Crew Facilitators, 1.0 Group Facilitator, 2 Administrative Specialists, 6 Unit Supervisors, and 21.1 Support Staff.