KDOC

AcronymDefinition
KDOCKansas Department of Corrections
KDOCKansas Department of Commerce
KDOCKentucky Department of Corrections (Frankfort, KY)
KDOCKentucky Division of Conservation (Frankfort, KY)
KDOCKona Daifukuji Orchid Club (Hawaii)
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Warden Sam Cline began as a correctional officer in 1982 in the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC).
"KDOC's news staff will work directly with Register editors and reporters to develop stories from the ground up for print, Web and broadcast," said Bert Ellis, owner of KDOC-TV.
"Becket's" run is non-exclusive; it's also seen on UHF indie KDOC in Orange County, and Par did manage to sell a simultaneous run on WGN Superstation.
Ray Roberts, secretary of the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC), also wanted to provide job growth to a rural community in Kansas that would be eager to fill the positions and not compete with an area that already had a shortage of officer help.
In its request for the parolees' correctional records, the Eagle asked the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) for information on several inmates whose cases had not yet gone to court, according to the newspaper's attorney, Bill Tretbar.
Since 1992, Riggin has worked in health care management at the statewide level for several health care companies that have provided health care services to the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC).
Patricia (Patty) Tien, RN, started her career with the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) in 1992 as a registered nurse at the Stockton Correctional Facility.
The Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) team consisted of Secretary Ray Roberts and Viola Riggin, the director of health services, whose presentation featured Kansas' strategy for the implementation of restrictive housing with behavioral health treatment.
Engler, RN, BSN, BA, AA, has worked for the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) in a number of positions with medical contractors with KDOC, including staff registered nurse, charge nurse and infectious diseases registered nurse.
Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has issued a grant to the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) for up to $2 million so that inmates can train wild horses to be gentle, CNSNews reported.
Noe's electronic file program (EFP) is a valuable tool that saves the Kentucky Department of Corrections (KDOC) time and money.