Kansas Criminal Record Searches include:
Kansas Corrections Records
Corrections records of persons convicted of felony and gross misdemeanor offenses and sentenced to serve time in a state
correctional facility since 1981 or placed on probation and those who have been released or paroled. Records include name,
date of birth, race, sex, case number, county of offense, level of offense, offense description, statute and disposition date.
Records updated regularly.
Kansas Sex Offender Records
All sex offenders and violent criminals sentenced since July 1997. Records updated regularly.
Local Information for Johnson County:
The Office of Vital Statistics receives and preserves vital records for events (births, deaths, marriages, and divorces) which occur in
Kansas. Birth, death, marriage, and divorce records (vital records) in Kansas are not public records. Certified copies of vital
records are released to the person named on the record, immediate family, a legal representative, or anyone who can prove a direct interest.
Currently, the Office of Vital Statistics does allow requests for genealogical research. Pre-1940 records may be requested by an
individual related as at least a cousin. Post 1940 records must be requested by an immediate family member.
Johnson County Archives maintains historic documents that are available to the public.
All reasonable requests for access to the collection are accommodated, provided that access does not endanger the records.
Johnson County Archives
19310 W. 159th Street
Olathe, KS 66062