Kansas Department of Corrections

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Kansas Department of Corrections
KDOC
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Agency overview
Employees 3,644
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction Kansas, USA
Kansas Department of Corrections is located in Kansas
El Dorado
El Dorado
Hutchinson
Hutchinson
Lansing
Lansing
Leavenworth
Leavenworth
MJRCF
MJRCF
Topeka
Topeka
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Map of Kansas Department of Corrections's jurisdiction.
General nature • Local civilian agency
Headquarters Topeka, Kansas

Agency executive
Website
http://www.doc.ks.gov www.doc.ks.gov

The Kansas Department of Corrections[1] is a cabinet-level agency of Kansas that operates the state's correctional facilities, both juvenile and adult; the state's parole system; and the state's Prisoner Review Board. It is headquartered in Topeka.[2]

Correctional Facilities[edit]

The Kansas Department of Corrections operates 10 main correctional facility sites, and three satellite correctional facility sites.[3]

  • El Dorado Correctional Facility (inmate capacity 1511)
  • Ellsworth Correctional Facility (inmate capacity 913)
  • Hutchinson Correctional Facility (inmate capacity 1784)
  • Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex (unknown capacity)
  • Lansing Correctional Facility (inmate capacity 2351)
  • Larned Correctional Mental Health Facility (inmate capacity 438)
  • Larned Juvenile Correctional Facility (unknown capacity)
  • Norton Correctional Facility (inmate capacity 835)
  • Topeka Correctional Facility (inmate capacity 815) – Women's facility[4]
  • Winfield Correctional Facility (inmate capacity 554)
  • Wichita Work Release Facility (inmate capacity 250)

Community & Field Services[edit]

The community and field services division[5] has two units - parole[6] and community corrections.[7]

Victim Services[edit]

The Office of Victim Services (OVS)[8] provides confidential support and information to victims, survivors, and witnesses if the offender in the crime was sentenced to incarceration in the Kansas Department of Corrections. Services provided include victim notification,[9] safety planning,[10] victim restitution,[11] parole comment session advocacy, Victim/Offender Dialogue (VOD) program,[12] facility tours, and apology letters.[13]

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