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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Apprenticeship programs draw ‘highly driven’ young people, support Kansas businessesstate’s economy. More than 1,750 apprentices are registered in the state of Kan
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 5 days ago
state’s economy. More than 1,750 apprentices are registered in the state of Kansas, working for 243 employers, according to KDOC. Just over 100 of those apprentices work for Westar Energy, where director of safety and training Marc Welsh said they... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
License to flydocuments. The goal is limit fraud and inhibit terrorists’ ability to evade de
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
documents. The goal is limit fraud and inhibit terrorists’ ability to evade detection by using fake identification, said KDOC Director of Public Relations Rachel Whitten. It prohibits federal agencies such as Transportation Safety Administration... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Sheriff’s first appearance set for Dec. 8to keep the public informed and I intend to do so in due course.” According to
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
to keep the public informed and I intend to do so in due course.” According to the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) website, Manley has convictions for a 2004 burglary and drug offenses. He was released in 2014 and his sentence expired... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
El Dorado prison disturbance resulted in fire, gang fight; led to second uprisingcan be required to work 12-hour shifts because of the understaffing. Many offic
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 17 days ago
can be required to work 12-hour shifts because of the understaffing. Many officers have limited experience, according to KDOC. During the initial El Dorado uprising, 50 to 70 inmates took advantage of the unsecured cell door and refused to... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Roger Werholtz: End the death penalty in Kansasfacing our Department of Corrections have concerned Kansans from across the sta
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 18 days ago
facing our Department of Corrections have concerned Kansans from across the state anxious to ensure we are able to keep KDOC staff, inmates and our communities safe. In this economic climate, doing that properly will involve tough choices. From... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Ignoring the role of governmentturnover at El Dorado averages around 46 percent. Brownback authorized a pay in
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 28 days ago
turnover at El Dorado averages around 46 percent. Brownback authorized a pay increase for corrections officers and other KDOC employees two months ago — an acknowledgement that adequate staffing levels are critical for our prisons to operate... Read more

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