There is a database in Kansas that tracks individuals who have been convicted of domestic violence offenses. This database is maintained by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) and is known as the Kansas Criminal History Repository. The database includes information on individuals who have been convicted of domestic violence offenses, as well as other criminal offenses. This information can be used by law enforcement agencies, courts, and other organizations to better understand an individual's criminal history and make informed decisions.
It is important to note that the information contained in the Kansas Criminal History Repository is considered public record and is available to anyone who requests it, including employers, landlords, and other organizations. However, the information may be subject to certain restrictions.
If you have concerns about domestic violence or other criminal activity in your community, you can contact the Kansas Bureau of Investigation or your local law enforcement agency for more information.