Posted on December 31, 2015 at 12:00 AM by Bill Sowers
The Attorney General is a constitutionally-elected officer of the state’s Executive Branch of government and is responsible for defending the legal interest of the State of Kansas in all actions and proceedings, civil and criminal. Key responsibilities of the office include enforcement of the state’s Consumer Protection, Charitable Solicitations, and Charitable Trust Acts. Coordination of the Crime Victims Compensation Board and the Child Death Review Board as well as licensure of those holding concealed carry permits.
The State Library's Kansas Government Information (KGI) Online Library has a wide variety of digitized publications of the Kansas Attorney General's Office, past and present, for general interest and in depth research. Annual reports, statistics, news releases and other information are available to the public:
Attorney General, Kansas Office of the
Kansas Attorney General Opinions can be found at the Washburn University Law School's website:
Attorney General Opinions, 1974-2015