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Earning a high school diploma is the first step to a brighter future
by Carol Pitts published May 20, 2022
Smoky Hill Education Service Center's Lori Hamilton and KDOC educators support and mentor residents as they work to complete education goals.
Ogletree elected president of Association of Paroling Authorities International
by Carol Pitts published May 18, 2022
Kansas PRB Chair Jonathan Ogletree was elected president of APAI during the organization’s annual meeting in April.
KDOC easing many pandemic restrictions for in-person visitation
by Carol Pitts published May 11, 2022 last modified May 11, 2022 02:19 PM
The second weekend in May brings changes to many of the pandemic restrictions placed on in-person visitation for KDOC correctional facilities.
by Carol Pitts published May 11, 2022
Celebrating KDOC Staff
by Carol Pitts published May 05, 2022
We have the responsibility of meeting each individual where they are – today – and helping them see beyond their current circumstances to better days
Colleges expanding degree and certification programs for residents
by Carol Pitts published May 05, 2022
Cowley and Butler community colleges announced as Second Chance Pell experimental sites.
National Crime Victims' Rights Week April 24-30
by Carol Pitts published Apr 28, 2022
This week is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW), a time set aside to honor crime victims and those who advocate on their behalf.
by Carol Pitts published Apr 28, 2022
File 2021 PREA Audit Report
by Carol Pitts published Apr 25, 2022 last modified Aug 26, 2022 01:34 PM
Located in Publications / / PREA Audit Summary Reports / Ellsworth Correctional Facility
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.