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Here are addresses and phone numbers of individual units and work farms for reference. Most state prisoners can be located using the official offender search provided by the official DOC website, which can be found linked below. If you are looking for a county inmate or someone who has not been sentenced yet, use the "Inmate Search" button on the right.

Search for inmates in Kansas

inmate searchFind inmates housed in the jails and prisons listed here. More searches are added when available, if you don't see the facility you're looking for, press the "Inmate Search" button. Information you'll receive can include offense reports, list of charges filed, arresting agency and requirements necessary for release.
Local authority within state boundaries that governs smaller communities.
Detention facility with criminal detainees awaiting trial or serving shorter sentences.
Person in the custody of law enforcement for alleged illegal activity. Prisoner or convict.
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Kansas Department of Corrections KDOC 900 SW Jackson Street, Topeka, Kansas 66612 (785) 296-3317
  • El Dorado EDCF 1737 SE Us Highway 54, PO Box 311 El Dorado 67042 (316) 321-7284
  • Ellsworth ECF 1607 State St, PO Box 107 Ellsworth 67439 (785) 472-5501
  • Hutchinson HCF 500 Reformatory Street Hutchinson, PO Box 1568 Hutchinson 67504-1568 (620) 662-2321
  • Lansing LCF 301 East Kansas Avenue, PO Box 2 Lansing 66043 (913) 727-3235
  • Larned Mentel Health Facility 1318 State Highway 264, Larned 67550 (620) 285-6249
  • Norton NCF 11130 Road E4, PO Box 546 Norton 67654-0546 (785) 877-3389
  • Topeka TCF 815 South East Rice Road, Topeka 66607 (785) 559-5002
  • Wichita Work Release WWRF 401 South, Emporia Wichita 67202 (316) 265-5211
  • Winfield WCF 1806 Pinecrest Circle, Winfield 67156 (620) 221-6660
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More about corrections in Kansas

In many cases, Kansas jail officials publish an online version of their inmate roster and booking records; some also include releases. The Kansas Open Records Act KSA 45-215 et seq. allows public access to inspect and make copies of certain types of documents, this includes inmate records. The Kansas Department of Corrections KDOC operate eight separate prisons across the state in all but one Judicial District. Below you can find the address and phone number for individual prison units along with the official offender information tool, Kasper.

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