News & Announcements
Although trick or treaters aren’t typical figures on the grounds of correctional facilities, each year a growing number of trick or treaters can be found on the grounds of Topeka's juvenile correctional facility.
An in-depth look at current trends and changes within the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) has been published and is available to the public.
Longtime Kansas Department of Corrections employee Timothy Easley will assume deputy warden duties on September 28.
Secretary Ray Roberts took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Monday after nominating the Kansas Department of Corrections' (KDOC) deputy secretaries, wardens and superintendents to follow his lead.
KDOC to roll out a newly developed staff wellness program aimed at addressing “correctional fatigue” with expert guidance from the National Institute of Corrections (NIC).