Kansas Bureau of Investigation
Attn: Adult Records
1620 SW Tyler
Topeka, KS 66612-1837
Kansas Department of Corrections
Landon State Office Building
900 SW Jackson - 4th Floor
Topeka, KS 66612-1284
18th Judicial District Court of Kansas
District Court Administration
Sedgwick County Courthouse
525 N. Main 11th Floor
Call Center: 316.660.5900
Even though multiple County departments receive, create or access criminal
history record information (CHRI) to perform their functions, they are not able
to conduct “background checks” or otherwise provide access to this information
to the general public.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) is the central CHRI repository for
Kansas, and regulates dissemination to criminal justice agencies and all others.
For further information see the
Record Check page on the KBI website.
The KBI also has available an
online database of persons
convicted of certain sex, violent and drug offenses.
The Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) maintains an online/searchable
offenders database. The Kansas Adult
Supervised Population Electronic Repository (KASPER) includes persons who
served sentences supervised by KDOC since 1980. Results include conviction case
numbers in local district courts, which facilitates requesting court case
Records of adult and juvenile cases within Sedgwick County are available from
District Court. Public computer terminals are available at the Courthouse, or
see contact information at the right.
Even though Sheriff cannot provide criminal history background checks to the
general public, there are various records and information that it can provide.
search active warrants the Sheriff's Office is attempting to
serve against persons suspected of criminal offenses.
search for persons currently confined in the Sedgwick County
Adult Detention Facility.
Certain portions of “incident reports” about criminal cases
may be “open records” and Sheriff may provide.
Sheriff has a policy and procedure for persons to request and
access records about themselves – either call Sheriff Records at
316.660.3888 or email to
to learn how to request and access your own records Sheriff may
Sheriff may be able to provide a letter documenting
disposition of arrest to persons who require for a governmental
licensing (e.g., nursing, teaching, etc.) process – either call
Sheriff Records at 316.660.3888 or email to
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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