Steve Rose

April 30, 2013 4:01 PM

Changing the thinking patterns of criminal offenders sets us apart

Johnson County’s Department of Corrections is one of the best in the nation that helps keep people out of jail by teaching them how to think differently. It is our approach to the management of youth and adult criminal offenders that sets us apart.

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