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by Cheryl Cadue last modified Jul 27, 2017 02:55 PM
Biography: Kyle Rohr


Superintendent Kyle Rohr

Named superintendent to the Kansas Juvenile Correction Complex (KJCC) in February 2012, Kyle Rohr began his career with the State of Kansas in 1988 at Ellsworth Correctional Facility. 

He worked his way through the security ranks to captain. He then became the facility’s training lieutenant and also worked in the intelligence and investigation division. 

Rohr joined the Juvenile Justice Authority in 2007 as chief of security for the Larned Juvenile Correctional Facility (LJCF). After two years, he was named deputy superintendent. Three years later, he was named LJCF’s superintendent, a position he held prior to his move to KJCC. Upon moving to KJCC, Rohr also served as the acting director of security operations for Juvenile Justice Authority. 

Rohr served in the Army Reserves for 20 years before his retirement from military service including serving during the Operation Iraqi Freedom from January 2003 to April 2004. Later, as a civilian contractor, he became part of the international corrections program. He taught basic and supervisory classes to citizens of Iraq as well as developed curriculum for the Baghdad International Corrections Mission. 

Rohr earned an associate’s degree in criminal justice through Barton Community College and his bachelor’s degree in human resource management through Friends University in Wichita.

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