Smith County Incarcerations (Kansas)

Search for Smith County, KS incarceration information. An incarceration search provides information on jail sentences, prison sentences, criminal history, criminal records, incarceration records, prior incarcerations, current incarcerations, inmate numbers, sex offender registry, arrest records, felony records, misdemeanor incarcerations, felony incarcerations, inmate locator, and background check information.


Smith County Jails and Prisons incarcerate convicted criminals at the Federal, Kansas State, and local Smith County level, and they also detain people awaiting trial or after an arrest in Kansas. Jails and Prisons maintain detailed records about the people they incarcerate, which includes arrest records, convictions and court sentences, and prior incarcerations. These records contain personal information about convicts, such as their name, date of birth, mug shots, and aliases. Jail and Prison records also list people on the Smith County sex offender registry and all felony and misdemeanor incarcerations. These Smith County incarceration records are an important source of information for a background check. Smith County Jail and Prison incarceration records may be available to the public through an online search database.

Smith County Jail Smith Center KS 217 South Jefferson Street 66967 785-282-5180


Smith County Courts resolve legal disputes at the federal, state, or local level, including misdemeanors and felonies in Kansas. Courts maintain records on all of their cases, which list an individual's Smith County criminal history and their incarceration records. These records show the convict's name, date of birth, aliases, mug shots, and all criminal arrests and trials. They also list prior and current incarcerations, the jail or prison where the person was incarcerated, and the charges that led to jail time. An incarceration record search through a Smith County Court provides detailed information on individuals who have been convicted of crimes, making it an important step in conducting a background check. Incarceration records may be available online through the Smith County Court's website.

Lebanon Municipal Court Lebanon KS 404 Main Street 66952 785-389-1141

Smith Center District Court Smith Center KS 218 South Grant Street 66967 785-282-5140

Smith Center Municipal Court Smith Center KS 119 West Court Street 66967 785-282-3812


Smith County Police Departments act as law enforcement agencies, and they stop and investigate crimes in Kansas. As part of this job, the Police maintain records on current and former inmates, including Smith County incarceration records. These records include information such as the individual's name, date of birth, mug shots, and the length of all prison sentences. They also list the offenses, both felonies and misdemeanors, which led to jail time. Incarceration records list someone's Smith County criminal history, such as arrests, warrants, and convictions. These records play an important role in conducting a thorough background check. Police Departments may provide online access to their incarceration information.

Smith Center Police Department Smith Center KS 119 West Court Street 66967 785-282-6555


Smith County District Attorney Offices prosecute cases on behalf of the public, including misdemeanors and felonies, and they maintain records on their cases as well as the individuals they prosecute in Kansas. These can include incarceration records, which list the defendant's name, date of birth, any aliases, and all criminal arrests and trials. They also show all prior and current incarcerations, the Smith County jail or prison, and the charges that led to jail time. An incarceration search through the Smith County District Attorney Office provides information on people who have been convicted of crimes, making it an important part of a background check. The District Attorney Office may provide online access to some of their incarceration records.

Smith County District Attorney Smith Center KS PO Box 273 66967 785-282-6689


Smith County Sheriff Departments maintain public safety and order by stopping crimes and conducting investigations in Kansas. As part of their responsibilities, Sheriff Departments maintain records on current and former inmates. These Smith County incarceration records list information such as the individual's name, date of birth, mug shots, and the length of their prison sentences. They also show the offenses which led to jail time, including Smith County felonies and misdemeanors. Smith County incarceration records provide a view of the individual's criminal history, with information about all current and prior incarcerations as well as all arrests and convictions. Checking incarceration records is an important part of conducting a thorough Smith County background check. Many Sheriff Departments provide online access to incarceration records.

Smith County Sheriffs Office / Smith County Jail Smith Center KS 217 South Jefferson Street 66967 785-282-5180