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Community Corrections sees increased funding

However, concerns linger over impact of sentencing changes

 Central Kansas Community Corrections Director Amy Boxberger proudly touts her agency’s success at keeping offenders from returning to prison, but said she is fearful of what the future holds.

Boxberger’s comments came as the Barton County Commission Monday morning approved the CKCC’s Fiscal Year 2018 Comprehensive Plan submission, what amounts to a grant request for the agency’s budget. 

“Philosophies of intensive supervision have been challenged throughout all levels of the district,” she said, “But in the end the support throughout the service area is the same:  We want to live in a safer community with offenders ...


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