Burdick Jail & Prison Records Search

See Burdick KS Jails & Prisons and search free public jail and prison records. Jails and prisons are correctional institutions which hold individuals who have been arrested, convicted of a misdemeanor, sentenced to prison, or incarcerated for a felony.

Marion County Jail 203 South 4th Street Marion KS 66861 17.7 miles from Burdick 620-382-2144

Morris County Jail 501 East Main Street Council Grove KS 66846 20.0 miles from Burdick 620-767-5615

Chase County Jail PO Box 628 Cottonwood Falls KS 66845 21.2 miles from Burdick 620-273-6313

Dickinson County Jail 109 East 1st Street Abilene KS 67410 31.4 miles from Burdick 785-263-4734

North Central Kansas Regional Juvenile Detention Facility 820 N Monroe St Junction KS 66441 32.0 miles from Burdick 785-238-4549

North Central Kansas Regional Juvenile Detention Facility 820 North Monroe Street Junction KS 66441 32.3 miles from Burdick 785-238-4549

Geary County Sheriff's Office 826 North Franklin Street Junction KS 66441 32.3 miles from Burdick 785-238-2261

Lyon County Jail 425 Mechanic Street Emporia KS 66801 37.7 miles from Burdick 620-342-5545

Wabaunsee County Jail PO Box 176 Alma KS 66401 43.3 miles from Burdick 785-765-3303

Riley County Police Department 1001 South Seth Child Road Manhattan KS 66502 43.9 miles from Burdick 785-537-2112

Harvey County Detention Center 800 North Main Street Newton KS 67114 44.5 miles from Burdick 316-284-6959

Saline County Juvenile Detention Center 229 North 9th Street Salina KS 67401 45.7 miles from Burdick 785-826-6596

Saline County Jail 251 North 10th Street Salina KS 67401 45.8 miles from Burdick 785-826-6502

Mcpherson County Jail 1177 West Woodside Street McPherson KS 67460 47.2 miles from Burdick 620-245-1241

Butler County Detention Facility 701 SE Stone Rd El Dorado KS 67042 51.4 miles from Burdick 316-320-7766

About Jails & Prisons

Jails and prisons house people who are awaiting trial and inmates who have been convicted of a crime. These facilities are divided into county jails, state prisons, and federal prisons.

Jails and prisons maintain records on every person who is currently or was formerly incarcerated at their facility. These records are open to the public and are often available through online databases.