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Kansas Court Records

The Kansas Court Records website is constructed with the objective of explaining the various tiers of the Kansas court system and the jurisdiction of each state court. It provides general information on the overview of the hierarchical structure within Kansas’s judicial branch, starting from the trial courts, which include the Kansas District Courts and Municipal Courts, to the Kansas Supreme Court, the highest judicial authority in the state.

Under the Kansas Open Records Act, residents can review and inspect non-exempt public government records by contacting official record custodians. The act establishes the public’s right to access non-confidential records of Kansas government agencies at all levels. This website aims to help provide general guidance on locating and accessing Kansas Public records from official custodians. The Kansas Court Records website also provides helpful information like court addresses, court clerk’s office business hours, and requirements for obtaining copies of Kansas state court records.

Operating as a private entity independent of any state government agency, this website offers access to some public records. Available record results may include crime data, background checks, police reports, sex offender registry, jail information, and vital records for all 105 counties of Kansas. This website also features a search function that may facilitate searches for public records. However, information on the site is aggregated from publicly available records sourced from courts and other public agencies across counties within the state. As a result, the availability of records may vary depending on the specific county, and we do not guarantee their accuracy.