Wyandotte County District Attorney's Office
710 N State Ave,
Kansas City, KS
Adult P: (913) 573-2851
Juvenile P: (913) 573-2973
Adult F: (913) 573-2948
Juvenile F: (913) 573-2860
Kansas City, KS Police Department
Bonner Springs Police Department
Edwardsville Police Department
Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office
Kansas Department of Corrections
Kansas City, MO Police Department
KS Court of Appeals & Supreme Court
The District Attorney’s Office is also involved in consumer transactions, to help protect consumers from “deceptive acts and unconscionable practices.” Instances of consumer fraud include: warranty disclaimers, door-to-door sales, contest or prize scams, charitable solicitations, home repairs or remodeling, debt collection practices, internet scams involving bank accounts, car purchases or repairs, telemarketing fraud, unordered merchandise, work at home offers, appliance repairs and defective merchandise, and mail order items.
The District Attorney’s Office provides help and support in committing patients to mental and/or substance abuse facilities. The petitioner must have first-hand knowledge that suggests that the patient is a danger to him/herself or others and that the patient suffers from a mental illness or a substance abuse problem. The patient must refuse treatment at a specific facility. All information must be less than (2) weeks old.
Note: If the patient or others are in imminent danger, the petitioner should call 911 and have the police help with the situation.
Need to file a complaint?
Call (913) 573-2980 for more information
The Criminal Division of the District Attorney’s Office is made up of (19) Assistant District Attorneys (ADA). The Criminal Division prosecutes mainly felony crimes.
These crimes include:
- crimes against persons
- crimes against property
- drug offenses
Overseeing the ADA’s are the District Attorney, Mark A. Dupree, Sr. and the Chief Deputy District Attorney, Damon Mitchell.
What do I do if I’m the victim of a crime?
In case of emergency, you should call 911 immediately.
For a non-emergency report:
Give the police as much information as you can about the crime and the suspect(s).
What is a subpoena and what should I do if I receive a one?
A subpoena is filed with the court and is an order for you to appear for a hearing at the scheduled date and time. When you receive a subpoena call the office to let the Assistant District Attorney assigned to the case know that you received your subpoena. He or she can give you further instructions as necessary.
Tips for Testifying
What if I no longer live at the address that I told the police in my report or statement?
In the event that you move from your current address or change your phone number, you should keep the District Attorney’s Office informed by contacting either the attorney assigned to the case or the victim advocate.
What can I do if I want to report drug activity anonymously?
Call (913) 573-6280 to anonymously report narcotic activity.
Juvenile Correctional Facilities: (913) 573-2973