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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.

This is the 23rd annual Pretrial, Probation, and Parole Supervision week of celebration. This year’s theme is, Stronger Together. That is so appropriate for the work we do in the great state of Kansas for people under supervision. It takes all of us to pull together to make our communities safer and stronger through helping to restore confidence and hope in each of our returning citizens. But it takes a strong caliber of staff to act as point people in that pull. PPPS Week celebrates the valuable efforts of nearly 100,000 community corrections professionals nationwide that supervise millions of individuals. Here in the Sunflower State, the work our staff do is mission-critical to advancing the vision of KDOC – Transforming Lives for the Safety of All. The 154 staff members in this area currently supervise 5,237 individuals, and work in partnership with those folks and their families alongside community agencies and other professionals. All contribute to supporting those under supervision in their journey of returning to their families and communities and leading successful, productive lives.

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