Interested individuals can access Johnson County property records using the Land Registry Search tool. Users can find information about specific locations by entering the object ID, address, or uniform Kansas parcel number. Individuals can also use the mapping app to display a county basemap with property lines drawn on top. Interested parties can also register for Johnson County Records & Tax Administration`s online index of public records by subscription. This guide helps the public find documents and information belonging to the ministry. Users must have a monthly, quarterly or annual subscription for $175, $500 and $2000, respectively. Personal access can also be obtained by visiting the research room with numerous records of children and youth requiring care; and Johnson County Property Records are maintained by the Johnson County Records & Tax Administration (RTA) division under the direction of the Treasury, Tax and Vehicles (TTV). Interested persons may search for and obtain copies of Johnson County property records in accordance with KORA regulations. Public inquiries may be submitted in person to the RTA if the Kansas Department of Health and Environment`s Office of Vital Statistics for Johnson County maintains records of births and deaths in the state. According to state laws, birth and death certificates are not public documents.
Certified copies of these records are issued only to authorized persons, namely: The Kansas Bureau of Investigation maintains and provides public access to an online platform that contains details of registered sex offenders residing in Johnson County and the rest of the state. Interested parties can search public records by first and last name. Records can also be filtered to discover offenders convicted of drug-related or violent crimes. Public court records are available in all courthouses. Each court has a computer dedicated to the public search of court records and court records in that court. Sealed cases and sealed records are not public, and some cases are exempt from disclosure under the Kansas Open Records Act (K.S.A. 45-221). Other documents may be subject to an exception under rules, orders or jurisdiction. Records that are NOT available include: The Johnson County Sheriff`s Office maintains records of inmates housed in the county`s detention facilities and jails. It provides online access to general information on prisoners through a prisoner search tool. Interested parties can search for detainees currently in detention by entering their name (first and last name). Results can also be filtered to reveal information about an inmate`s history of management and release.
The paid case search operated by Kansas.gov allows you to search online for information about cases in Kansas District Court. It provides access to a register of shares (information). It does not grant access to court records (documents). Case information provides details about an incident. This would include the case number, the type of case, the persons involved, the names of the lawyers, the designated judges and the dates of the hearings. Court records contain the documents filed in the case. You can search for case information through the publicly accessible portal, but only records (documents) are available after a court has begun operations on the Kansas eCourt case management system. As described earlier, in some cases, the information is not public because it is sealed or exempt from disclosure by state laws, court rules, orders, or jurisdiction. In some cases, the information is not available through the Kansas District Court`s public access portal, but through a computer terminal in the courthouse. As Kansas courts transition to a new centralized case management system, their public records will be available through an online portal. Until then, there are several ways to access case information. Cases and records that are not accessible through the portal are listed in the rules of the Supreme Court of the Kansas eCourt (20-25).
Requests for court records must be made in writing. You can use the Court Record Request Form to submit your application. About the Request for Court Documents Contact the District Court The Central Records Division of the Johnson County Sheriff`s Office serves as a repository for all documents generated and maintained by the office. Copies of police investigations may be requested in person at: Members of the public can also search district court records online using the file search tool maintained by the Kansas Office of Court Administration. It provides access to various types of court records, including small claims, state taxes, estate, marriage certificate, home/family law, civil law, and criminal law. Searches can be filtered to show results by court type or case number. Record searches only show the first 100 records and cost $1.50 per search. Johnson County, Kansas provides public access to various documents in accordance with state laws. Interested parties can obtain arrest records, life records, court records and other public information. Some of these files are available online for free, while others require payment of fees or completion of application forms. Compared to other counties, court records are slightly harder to find in the county, while important documents are moderately simple.
For documents that prove elusive, the search tool provided to StateRecords.org can be useful. Kansas eCourt Courts lists the courts that run on the Kansas eCourt case management system. These are the courts with cases that can be searched through the Kansas District Court`s public access portal. The Kansas eCourt Courts page lists courts by date they started using the Kansas eCourt case management system. That is when court records — not case information — would be available. This assumes that access is not restricted by state laws, court rules, orders or jurisdiction. Public records are still available at the courthouse. In addition, the Sheriff`s Office handles personal requests for criminal record checks.
However, criminal records offered by the Bureau are limited to local records. Members of the public can obtain a more thorough criminal record check by contacting the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. The Kansas Open Records Act allows you to view and obtain copies of public records held by Kansas courts, as long as those records are not exempt from disclosure. Note: Records of marriages contracted before 1970 can be requested by contacting the County Archives and Records Administration. The Johnson County Office of Vital Statistics holds marriage records from licenses issued from 1970 to the present. Certified copies of a marriage certificate can only be issued to authorized persons, such as: Requests for documents should be sent to the Bureau of Vital Statistics at the following address: As Kansas courts move to a new centralized case management system as part of the Kansas eCourt statewide rollout plan, Their public folders will be available through an online portal. Johnson County is home to a district court and several municipal courts. The District Court has general jurisdiction in civil and criminal matters with divisions specializing in family relations, minor, civil and criminal matters. District courts preside over traffic offences and offences against municipal ordinances. Information on cases before the District Court can be obtained from the courthouse at the following address: If a recording is public but not available on the publicly accessible portal, it is available at the courthouse. Each court has a computer dedicated to public searches of the court`s court and court records. Sealed records and sealed records are not public and are not accessible through the courthouse.
Other documents may not be available by state law, court rules, ordinances, or jurisdiction. Certified copies of a divorce decree may be obtained from the registry of the district court: Rule 22 of the Supreme Court: Access to electronic public court records 3rd judicial district: The public access system of the 3rd judicial district provides a free register of acts.