Welcome to Records
Welcome to the Sedgwick County District Court Records department. The Records Department is responsible for maintaining all microfiche, microfilm and electronic records of the district court, we hold all kinds of information including Marriage Licenses, Civil court, Criminal court, Domestic court, Probate court, Support Division, and Traffic court records.
There are two ways to access Court Records:
Visit the Courthouse at 525 N Main, 6th floor Court Records department and view records on public access computer
Obtain access through the Kansas District Court Public Access Portal
(Direct link: https://prodportal.kscourts.org/ProdPortal)
Kansas District Court Public Access Portal has access to a many public records (see More Information below or click here). All public access documents are available at the Courthouse
from 8 am to 4 pm.
Marriage License Information:
Those interested in applying for a marriage license may apply online. For more information please follow this link.
Kansas District Court Public Access Portal, where you can conveniently access a wide range of public records click here.
Highlights for Public Portal access on the internet:
Users will have to register and log in
Users can search by Party Name or Case Number
Users will have to prove he is not a robot. (prevent data mining)
Public users will not be able to see the following case types:
Care and Treatment Coroner Inquest
Domestic (All DM Cases) Grand Jury
Protection from Abuse Inquisitions
Protection from Stalking Material Witness
Juvenile CINC (All JC Cases) Miscellaneous Other (MR)
Juvenile Offender (All JV Cases) Arrest Expungement
Pre-File IIP Child Death Review Board Subpoena
Coroner Report Waiver of Parental Consent
Transfer In Adult Transfer In Juvenile
Non-Docketable Events are not available on Portal:
Documents with the following document security
are not available on Public Portal:
Legacy (public doc images converted from FullCourt)
NO Access to Confidential or Sealed information
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.