The Kansas Open Records Act, KORA was enacted in 1984 and grants the right to inspect and obtain copies of public records created or maintained by public agencies in Kansas. The predecessor to the current Kansas Open Records Act was enacted in 1957. The Kansas Open Meetings Act, KOMA was passed in 1972 and legislates the methods by which public meetings are conducted. KORA exempts many non print records from FOIA requests. Other exemptions include personal records of employees, excluding contracts, salaries, names, and positions and certain medical records. Kansas currently has 105 counties and 628 cities. There are 3 classes of cities in Kansas based on population. The state of Kansas allows the release of Kansas criminal history records to the general public as well as to a variety of users with specific rights and entitlements. The criminal history records are provided by the Kansas Bureau of Investigations. These record checks are fee based and both the fee and extent of information released is dependent on inquirer's status and the reason for which the records are being requested. Search for Kansas public record information quickly and easily online. Find crime statistics, census data, vital records and other background information on Kansas residents. Solicit state, county and city municipality links for services, court and criminal records. View current news and crime reports. Get information on current real estate data, property and land values. Also see Kansas employment data, income earnings and payrolls of residents statewide. Look up records on demographics and data on the local economy. Access this directory for all open public records about Kansas. New sources are added and updated regularly.
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