Kansas Criminal Records

  • Kansas has 1,788,226 total people (FBI, 2018).
  • Kansas is the 30th largest state by population.

Court System

  • The Municipal Courts deal with violations of city ordinances which includes traffic violations and other minor offenses.
  • The District Courts are the trial courts of Kansas. They have general original jurisdiction over all civil and criminal cases including divorce, domestic relations, probate and administration of estates, juvenile matters, small claims, and guardianship.
  • The Court of Appeals decides appealed cases by reading the trial record, not by conducting an actual trial.
  • The Supreme Court is the highest court in Kansas and they hear oral arguments of the lawyers and function much like the Court of Appeals. They read trial record and written briefs filed by the parties of the cases that has been appealed, but they do not conduct an actual trial.

Crime Statistics for Kansas (FBI, 2018)

Crime Category Reported Cases National Rank
Violent Crime 8,494 28th / 49 (Moderate)
Murder 100 31st / 49 (Low)
Rape 0 6th / 49 (Very High)
Robbery 1,273 32nd / 49 (Low)
Aggravated Assault 6,046 28th / 49 (Moderate)
Property Crime 0 3rd / 49 (Very High)
Burglary 8,865 31st / 49 (Low)
Larceny Theft 44,078 30th / 49 (Low)
Motor Vehicle Theft 5,427 30th / 49 (Low)

Criminal Records in Kansas

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