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Cold Case Playing Cards Highlight Unsolved Homicides, Missing Persons, Unidentified Remains
by Carol Pitts published Apr 25, 2022
The Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) and the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI), in partnership with the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP), the Kansas Sheriff’s Association (KSA) and the Kansas Peace Officers Association (KPOA), have developed the Cold Case Playing Cards as a way of generating tips that may help resolve cases of unsolved homicides, missing persons or unidentified remains.
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by Carol Pitts published Apr 25, 2022
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by Carol Pitts published Apr 25, 2022
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by Carol Pitts published Apr 25, 2022
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Residents complete Batterers Intervention Program, Victim Impact Class
by Carol Pitts published Apr 19, 2022 last modified Apr 21, 2022 09:18 AM
It takes courage and commitment to complete any of the programs offered by KDOC, particularly these two programs: Batterers Intervention Program (BIP) and Victim Impact Class.
Choosing a pathway for a brighter future
by Carol Pitts published Apr 19, 2022 last modified Apr 20, 2022 01:24 PM
Refusing to let his past define him, Richard McMichael used the time while incarcerated to recapture the dreams he had for the future.
NexStep Unlocked Program provides needed support
by Carol Pitts published Mar 24, 2022 last modified Mar 24, 2022 10:08 AM
Partnerships are an important part of the ongoing work at KDOC. The KDOC mission statement – Partnering to Promote Safety and Responsibility through Best Practices – highlights the importance placed on these partnerships.
Reentry program supports residents in restrictive housing
by Carol Pitts published Mar 23, 2022 last modified Mar 23, 2022 09:26 AM
A new Adult Intensive Reentry (AIR) program at El Dorado and Lansing correctional facilities for residents in restrictive housing is up and running, thanks to a federal grant received in late 2020 and approval of the plan earlier this year by the U.S. Department of Justice.
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by Carol Pitts published Mar 18, 2022
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by Carol Pitts published Mar 14, 2022