Alle Kiski Pavilion
Alle Kiski Pavilion
1704 Fourth Ave.
Arnold, PA 15068
Phone: (724) 339-8400
Fax: (724) 339-8405
Contracting Agency: Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole
Capacity: 104 adult males
The Alle Kiski Pavilion is accredited with the American Correctional Association (ACA) scoring a rating of 100% on mandatory and non-mandatory standards.
Alle Kiski Pavilion is a community reentry program located northeast of Pittsburgh, and has been in operation since 1990. The Alle Kiski Pavilion specializes in providing programs and services that enable the resident to make a successful transition back into society.
The majority of residents at Alle Kiski are eligible for work release programs and are actively engaged in community service. This work release center provides an opportunity for offenders to reside in a highly structured and accountable treatment environment while learning job skills and working in the community. Through treatment and educational services participants gain the knowledge and skills necessary to lead a productive lifestyle prior to reintegration into their communities.
The Alle Kiski Pavilion is located in close proximity to buses and transportation. It is located in Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania, 30 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. Alle Kiski Pavilion offers the following programs: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Bible Study, Church Service, Fresh Start Program, Job Readiness Program, and Introduction to Arnold group.
6p m – 8 pm
2 pm – 4 pm
- All cellular telephones in possession of the visitor must be turned off when entering the building
- During the visit, residents are not permitted to leave the visiting room for any reason; if a resident leaves, the visitation will be terminated.
- Visitor must be on the approved visiting list.
- Any items being brought into the facility will be searched by facility staff. An approval form must be provided to the assigned counselor prior to the visit.
- Any visitors to Alle Kiski Pavilion under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
Visiting hours occur on Thursday from 6pm to 8pm, and on Saturday from 2pm to 4pm. Residents may request special visits by notifying their Counselor in writing one week prior to the requested visit date. Special visits will only be considered when the visitor must travel more than 100 miles or when the visitor needs to see the resident for official business and is unavailable during regular visiting hours or extreme emergencies. Examples of official business are as follows: attorney during court case, clergy during grieving process, social worker regarding child support proceedings, etc. The resident may utilize earned pass time to visit outside of the facility.
All visitors are required to sign in and must show proper identification (State driver’s license), prior to visiting any resident. All persons entering the facility may be subject to pat searches or searches of their property or automobile. Any visitor that refuses to be searched will be denied access to the facility. Visitation is a non-contact visitation. Excessive physical contact is prohibited. The supervising staff will address any violations and if deemed appropriate, visitation will be terminated.
The following general rules apply to all visits:
Once a visit begins, the resident will not be permitted to leave the visiting area until the visit is concluded. Visitors are restricted to the visiting area only. If a visitor needs to use the bathroom, the visitor must request authorization from the duty Monitor.
- Victims and/or co-defendants are never permitted to visit without prior written Director Approval. Parolees, inmates, or former residents are not permitted without the prior approval of the Center Director.
- All visitors must display photo identification. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian. In some cases, based upon the nature of a resident’s offense, visits from minor children will never be permitted for any reason under any circumstance. Residents with crimes involving minor children may never receive a visit from any child without prior written authorization from the Center Director.
- Any behaviors deemed inappropriate by on-duty staff may result in immediate termination of the visit and loss of visiting privileges for a specified time. Visitors may be permanently banned from entering the facility.
Examples: loud boisterous behavior, any physical contact of a sexual nature, suspicious behavior or characteristics indicating possible drug or alcohol use, etc. In some cases, police may be called to the Center.
- Cameras are prohibited inside the facility
- All weapons are prohibited
- Illegal drugs or intoxicants, narcotic medication, and alcohol are prohibited
- Any items listed as contraband in this handbook are prohibited
- All visitors must be on the visitor’s list
COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTERS
PENN PAVILION & ALLE KISKI PAVILION
An Annual Report for Community Education Centers, 35 Fairfield Place, West Caldwell, NJ 07006 for Fiscal Year 2015 is available upon request for viewing at Penn Pavilion, New Brighton,PA and Alle Kiski Pavilion, Arnold, PA. Penn Pavilion and Alle Kiski Pavilion owned and operated by Community Educations Centers, West Caldwell, New Jersey