There are three ways to access Court Records:
- Visit the Courthouse at 525 N Main, 6th floor Court Records department and view records on public access computers
- Subscribe to Sedgwick County Subscriber Access network - Fee required
- Obtain access through the Information Network of Kansas at their web site www.kansas.gov - Fee required
(Direct link: https://www.kansas.gov/countyCourts)
Sedgwick County Subscriber Access Network and AccessKansas currently have all public records available.
All public records are available at the Courthouse from 8 am to 5 pm. 4 pm to 5 pm access is available in the 1st Floor jury room, for printed copies please see the 1st Floor Paystation.
Please read below for more information on Sedgwick County and AccessKansas record viewing options.
The 18th Judicial District Court, through your choice of the Information Network of Kansas or the Sedgwick County's Department of Information and Operation, is pleased to offer you online, view-only access to selected official legal Court information:
- The information you need
- Delivered to your location
- Access greater than 8 a.m. to 5 p. m. business hours.
You can enjoy the advantages of having selected information used and maintained by the 18th Judicial District Court available to you. These are the same computer records used in Court offices. Some records currently available to subscribers include:
District Court Records
- Marriage License
- Civil Court
- Criminal Court
- Domestic Court
- Probate Court
- Support Division / Court Trustee
- Traffic Division
If you would like to gain extended remote access to the court records for a fee through Sedgwick County click on the link below:
The Sedgwick County Subscriber Access Network was established by the Department of Information & Operations to provide citizens and organizations access to the public records of Sedgwick County on a subscription basis. The rights to view this information are in compliance with Kansas statutes that address access to public records granted to the Department of Information & Operations by the governmental entity responsible for the individual databases being accessed.
If you would like to gain access to the court record through Access Kansas call 1-800-4-KANSAS or visit their web site at State of Kansas (INK) .
The Department of Information & Operations and the 18th Judicial District Court cannot accept responsibility for the timeliness nor the accuracy of the data being provided via the network.