Organization of ASCA : ASCA Executive Office

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ASCA is managed under a contractual agreement with New Level Associates LLC.  The Executive Office is located in Nampa, Idaho.  The Executive Director is Kevin K. Kempf who supervises all activities. The Executive Director is responsible for all of ASCA's committees, administers all grants, represents ASCA in all of its partnerships with other associations and agencies, conducts surveys, publishes ASCA's Corrections Directions Newsletter, and administers all ASCA projects.

Meet the Executive Director

New Executive Director Named

Click here to view the official announcement of the new Executive Director, Kevin Kempf.

Executive Director Kevin Kempf

Kevin Kempf,
Executive Director

Kevin Kempf was named ASCA's Executive Director effective January 1, 2017. 

He joined the Idaho Department of Correction in 1995 as a correctional officer at Pocatello Women’s Correctional Center. He went on to serve in a variety of positions including parole officer, investigator, section supervisor, district manager, warden, chief of prisons and deputy director. The Idaho Board of Correction appointed him Director of the Department in December 2014.

Executive Office Contact Information

ASCA Office

Association of State Correctional Administrators

1105 2nd Street South

Nampa, ID  83651

 

Phone: 208-608-5827

 

Email:

Executive Director Kevin Kempf - kkempf@asca.net

 

Prior to February 1, 2017, please use the following:

 

ASCA Executive Office

1110 Opal Court, Suite 5

Hagerstown, MD  21740


Phone: 301-791-2722

Fax: 301-393-9494

 

Email:

Lorna Bock - lbock@asca.net

Brittany Brothers - bbrothers@asca.net

ASCA Executive Director's Contract

Most Recent Executive Directors' Report

Executive Directors' Report - Winter 2017

The following documents were presented at the ASCA Winter 2017 Business Meetings in San Antonio, Texas.

Announcements

Save The Date!

The 2017 Winter  Business Meetings will be held January 19-22, in San Antonio, Texas.

Requests

Request to Join or be Removed from a Committee

Members are encouraged to join committees when they have a special interest or bring knowledge or experience to the group. If you would like to become a member of an ASCA committee or be removed from a committee, please send your email request to CommitteeRequest@asca.net.  All committee appointments require final approval by the ASCA President.