The supervision of Offender Registration for the Reno County Sheriff’s Office is assigned to the Detective Division. The office for Offender Registration is located in the City - County Law Enforcement Center. You are required to go through security at the Reno County Courthouse. The Offender Registration Office is the first door on the right as you start down the long hall. Some registered offender's records are restricted from public disclosure.
Reporting Changes of Information
Tuesdays and Fridays are open for walk-ins needing to report changes of information that they are required to report within 3 working days of the change. However, it is always best to call and schedule an appointment. Open office hours for reporting changes on Tuesdays are: 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Open office hours for reporting changes on Fridays are: 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
KBI Offender Registry
The Reno County Sheriff’s Office does not maintain a website listing of registered offenders in Reno County. To conduct a web search for a registered offender, visit the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) Offender Registry website. The Reno County Sheriff’s Office is not responsible for the content of or accuracy of the information on the KBI Offender Registry. The KBI Offender Registry may not contain all information regarding registered offenders in Reno County. Some registered offenders records are restricted from public disclosure.
KBI Offender Registry Links
- KBI site entry and disclaimer
- KBI frequently asked questions
- Contact the KBI
- Other Links
Reno County Sheriff's Office Registry Links
- Who is required to register? (PDF)
- What months do I report? (PDF)
- Reporting a person (PDF)
- Registration times and office hours (PDF)
If you have information, questions, or concerns regarding a registered offender you may contact your local sheriff's office, the sheriff's office in the county where the offender resides, works, or attends school, or the KBI Offender Registration Unit at 785-296-2841.