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KDOC FY21 Annual Report

by Carol Pitts last modified Feb 09, 2022 10:25 AM
The Kansas Department of Corrections FY21 Annual Report includes background information on programs and services in addition to data on various areas of the department's operations.

Kansas Secretary of Corrections Jeff Zmuda said in his introduction to the annual report that he is proud of the collective accomplishments of KDOC employees.

"Working with justice involved individuals is stressful, no matter what your role may be. Yet this work can be incredibly rewarding as we strive to change lives and bring hope to someone who can’t see a future beyond their current circumstances," Zmuda said.

The annual report includes information for fiscal year 2021 (July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021) along with trend data from previous years.

"It is my privilege to share some of the highlights of Fiscal Year 2021 in this annual report as we continue to work toward our vision of Transforming Lives for the Safety of All," Zmuda said.

The report details selected highlights from the year, including:

  • Expansion of Second Chance Pell ESI sties, bringing expanding opportunities for college programs and finalcial aid to incarcerated individuals in Kansas.
  • Kansas Leadership Transformation Grant from the Kansas Leadership Center to support staff training.
  • U.S. Department of Justice grant to expand substance abuse programming and case management.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination program supported by Governor Laura Kelly and public health officials.
  • First-year implementation of KDOC's strategic plan, Pathway for Success.
  • Launch of Phase I of Athena information system, replacing aged data systems used for providing supervision of juveniles and adults under KDOC authority. Phase II funding secured for calendar year 2022 through legislative action and the Govenor's support.
  • Expansion of private industry partnerships and employment for KDOC residents.
  • June 2021 celebration at Lansing Correctional Facility of new minimum-security building as part of the LCF Career Campus. 

Access the online report here

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