State Department of Corrections spokesman Bill Lamoreaux said the staff quickly stopped the fight that broke out Sunday morning at a minimum-security unit of the Arizona State Prison Complex in Tucson, AP reported.
What does ASPC stand for?
ASPC stands for Arizona State Prison Complex
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- Aberdeen Solicitors Property Centre (UK)
- Adelaide Skilled Processing Centre (Australia)
- Alejandro Silva Power Cuarteto (band)
- Algorithmic Statistical Process Control
- Alliance Sport Parachute Club (Ohio)
- Alternative Secondary Path to Certification (Arizona)
- American Shetland Pony Club
- Appleshare PC (Apple Computer Corp networking software)
- Application-Specific Processor Cores
- Associated Students of Pomona College (Claremont, California)
- Association of Surgeons in Primary Care (Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland and the Royal College of General Practitioners; UK)
- Attached Shuttle Payload Center
- Auxiliary Stored Program Command
- Arizona State Prison Complex at Florence
- American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
- Architectural Studies for Performance-Critical Applications
- All Services Postal Chess Club
- Arizona Structural Pest Control Commission
- Asia-Pacific Services Computing Conference
Samples in periodicals archive:
Lane, now 17, remained in custody at the Arizona State Prison Complex at Perryville, a women's facility, said her appellate attorney, Ron Wood.
David Rivas, deputy chief of operations, Arizona State Prison Complex, Phoenix, Michael Sands, regional medical director, Correct Care Solutions, Nashville, Tenn.
Three months into his assignment as tool room officer at Arizona State Prison Complex (ASPC)-Winslow, he volunteered to take on the duties of the equipment repair technician when the position became vacant, juggling the responsibilities of these two positions for four months.
I asked him why he would want to be an inmate, especially knowing that I work at the Arizona State Prison Complex (ASPC)-Winslow.
Being in the right place at the right time with the right person is something correctional officers Christopher Corona and Kevin Coons from the Arizona State Prison Complex (ASPC)-Tucson Transportation Department know a lot about.
Michael Stefanow, an inmate at the Arizona State Prison Complex, sued the warden and other prison officials because they confiscated a publication from him, titled Christianity's Ancient Enemy.