510 N. Main
Wichita, KS 67203
Sedgwick County offers opportunities for personal and career development
through a variety of training classes, including topics related to computers and
software programs, management, diversity, customer service, interpersonal
Current Sedgwick County employees may enroll in various training classes
Training Register on e-line.
Sedgwick County training classes are also available to City of Wichita
employees and employees of companies that are members of the Non-Profit Chamber
of Services. For additional information, please call Human Resources at (316)
Based on recent tragic events, we feel it is important to
help you recognize, prepare for and respond to a potential attack in the
workplace. The US Department of Homeland Security has created two
awareness campaigns that we believe are helpful to our employees: the
first is “If You See Something, Say Something.” The key to
preventing a volatile situation is to tell someone if you suspect something.
Depending on the suspicious behavior or situation you see, you may consider
telling your supervisor, calling Sedgwick County Courthouse Police (660-7777) or
9-1-1. You should never be afraid to let someone know you see something
that doesn’t seem quite right. You can find out more
information at this website:
The second is a video funded by the US Department of Homeland Security called
“Run, Hide, Fight.”
This short video helps to prepare for an active shooter situation, and
provides tips to respond immediately. I encourage you to watch this video
to better understand how you might respond in unpredictable situations.
The Mission of
Sedgwick County is to provide quality public services to our community
so everyone can pursue freedom and prosperity in a safe, secure, and
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