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CKCC’s 2015 funding application approved

It’s unfortunate, Barton County commissioners said Monday morning, that Central Kansas Community Corrections has to function under the constant threat of cuts in state funding. But, despite this, CKCC continues to exceed its goal in helping keep released felons from returning to prison.
The Commission approved CKCC’s fiscal year 2015 comprehensive plan, which is basically the agency’s application for funding from the Kansas Department of Corrections. The state requires submission of a plan which requires the review and approval of the Barton County Commission.
CKCC serves the five-county 20th Judicial District that includes Barton, Ellsworth, Rice, Russell ...


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