Ex-Corrections chief faces ethics complaint

Photo credit: Americasroof

Former Kansas Corrections Secretary Joe Norwood is facing an ethics complaint for taking a job with a state prison contractor hired to build a new prison in Lansing.

Norwood is accused of going to work for CoreCivic of Kansas in violation of a law barring state officials from taking a job at a company they did business with as a state employee.

State ethics law bars state employees from going to work for the contractor within two years of leaving their job or two years from the end of . . .


This content is restricted to subscribers. Click here to subscribe. Already a subscriber? Click here to login.