Citizens needing assistance with traffic citations or other matters may contact the Prosecutors' office by:
Email the Prosecutor's Office. Please include your name, date of birth, and citation number with any inquiry.
- If the citation is for no driver's license, expired registration, or no proof of insurance, please email current proof of these items with the email. Insurance must have been valid at the time of the citation.
- If the citation is for defective equipment and the equipment has been repaired, please email proof of the repair, or email a copy of the citation that has been approved and signed by a law enforcement officer.
Assistance is also available from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, by calling 316-268-4569, Option 5 then press 1. For questions regarding the scheduling of court cases, please contact the Municipal Court Clerk's Office at 316-268-4611.
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If you believe the City of Wichita is at fault for an incident or accident resulting in loss, damage or injury to you or your property, then you may file a Claim for Damages.
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This ordinance is intended to assure equal opportunity for Wichitans and to ban discrimination or segregation in housing, employment, and public accommodations based on age, color, disability, familial status, gender identity, genetic information, national origin or ancestry, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or other factor protected by law.
The Victim Services Advocacy Program in the City of Wichita Prosecutor's Office provides crime victims with support and information regarding the legal process.