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Unsung Hero of KDOC: Larry Woodward - Welding Guru 2023 by David Thompson — last modified Oct 11, 2023 08:45 AM
Unsung Heroes of KDOC campaign profiles welding guru Kansas Corrections Industries - Larry Woodward.
Unsung Heroes of KDOC - Matt Nelson, Parole Officer 1 by David Thompson — last modified Oct 04, 2023 07:36 AM
Working out of the Hutchinson Parole office, Matt Nelson epitomizes the compassion and care it takes for parole officers as they help their clients through critical junctures coming out of incarceration. He is an Unsung Hero of KDOC.
Improved Classification System 2023 by David Thompson — last modified Sep 28, 2023 08:25 AM
New classification guidelines handed down by the National Institute of Corrections are changing the way incarcerated residents in Kansas are doing their time. A resident's gradual integration back into society depends on behavior and programming as they step down in custody levels which determines their risk. KDOC Classification staff members have worked tirelessly this past summer as they help implement the new guidelines for custody.
KDOC at StateFair 2023 by David Thompson — last modified Sep 19, 2023 02:48 PM
A look inside KDOC building at state fair in Hutchinson. Hear how KDOC volunteers interact with fair-goers.
Monica Pyles - TCF/Private Industries Partner Success story by David Thompson — last modified Aug 30, 2023 08:08 AM
Former Topeka Correctional Facility resident Monica Pyles struggled for 3 years while declining the help from staff within TCF, but a breakthrough opened her eyes and set her sights on working at a coveted Private Industries job. The company started in August of 2021 at TCF and Pyles found her niche making parts of the products with a sewing machine. The company was so pleased with her work and leadership, they hired her straight out of prison when she was paroled in September 2022. She is considered by many as a posterchild for reentry within TCF.
Profile: TCF Residents working with Private Industries Partner by David Thompson — last modified Aug 30, 2023 07:53 AM
At the Topeka Correctional Facility, there are -70- residents who are working with a private industry partner that produces various products, many of which need sewn together. In two years, the company has experienced so much success, they are considering adding a second shift of workers at this TCF plant.
VisionVan makes annual visit to KDOC facilities 07 23 23 by David Thompson — last modified Feb 20, 2024 01:16 PM
KDOC's contracted Healthcare provider offers free eye exams and free glasses to any of our staff members or visiting family members of residents as an added benefit of their year round service. KDOC is grateful for our partnership with how well Centurion Health looks out for our staff, residents, and their families.
KJCC Graduation June 30, 2023 by David Thompson — last modified Jul 26, 2023 10:07 AM
Graduation ceremony at the Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex for 21 residents receiving diplomas from Lawrence-Gardner High School and 6 residents receiving certificates of completion from Washburn Tech. Our congrats to all the grads and their families.
KDOC leaders laud work of Parole staff - PPPS Week by David Thompson — last modified Jul 19, 2023 07:59 AM
KDOC Leaders praise the work of Parole Office members throughout the state for their work, dedication, and sacrifice as they help people under supervision reintegrate back into our communities safely and hopefully successfully.
Staff stories: Linda Graves 999 by David Thompson — last modified Feb 20, 2024 01:22 PM
Ellsworth Correctional Facility staff member, Linda Graves, shares her story. Graves works In the ECF greenhouse part time mentoring the residents in gardening and groundskeeping. Working a 999 shift is ideal for people who only want to work part-time or seniors who don't want to fully retire.

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