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De Soto, Kansas Jail and Mugshot Information
De Soto is a city that can be found in Johnson and Leavenworth Counties. There are 5,720 people living in this area. The current mayor of De Soto is Rick Walker.
- The overall crime rate in De Soto is 24% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 5.69 daily crimes that occur in De Soto.
- De Soto is safer than 46% of the cities in the United States.
- In De Soto you have a 1 in 49 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in De Soto has increased by 2%.
De Soto, Kansas Police Station Information
The City of De Soto contracts with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement services. The JCSO is comprised of two main bureaus which are Operations and Detention. The Operations Bureau provides several services to the public such as dispatch, investigations, patrol, emergency response, court security, and civil. The Detention Bureau is responsible for operating the New Century Adult Detention Center. The Sheriff is Calvin Hayden.
Johnson County Sheriff’s Office Address:
27747 West 159th Street, New Century, KS 66031
The New Century Adult Detention Center houses the inmates of the JCSO and other police departments in the county. Inmates at this facility are allowed to visit with family and friends using a video visitation system. Visits last for 55 minutes. To find out the visitation times of an inmate, you can search the inmate database of the JCSO.
Police Records Request in De Soto, Kansas
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Central Record Division functions as the repository for all records managed and generated by the department. If you want to obtain a copy of a police report, you can visit the Central Records Division or submit a request via mail. You can also obtain a copy of an accident report online through the Accident Retrieval link on the Sheriff’s website. The cost of a printed report is $1 for the first page and $0.25 for each additional page. For more information, you can call (913) 715-5460.