- Does the Sheriff’s Office allow citizens to pick up dead deer that have been hit and killed by a car?
- Do you do fingerprint cards?
- How do I get a background/records check on myself?
- Do you accept stuffed animals?
- How do I take hunter safety classes?
- When I go on vacation, will the Douglas County Sheriff's Office check my home?
- How can I get a copy of an incident report?
- How can I get a copy of an accident report?
- Where do I go for a municipal traffic ticket?
- What are redemption rights?
- How do I know if I live in an area served by the Douglas County Sheriff's Office?
- My license tag was stolen. Now what?
- What's unusual about calling 9-1-1 from a cell phone?
- What's the difference between jail and prison?
- How do I obtain a copy of an arrest record or a background check?
- What is the difference between a sexual offender and a predator?
- What is the difference between a criminal case and a civil case?
- What are the Kansas child passenger safety requirements?
- How do I file a complaint against a Douglas County Sheriff's Office employee?
- How can I commend a Sheriff's Office employee for outstanding service?
- What's the difference between a sheriff's office and a police department?
How do I take hunter safety classes?
Hunter Education Program
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office supports the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Hunter Education Program which is sponsored by the Lawrence Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #2. All persons born after July 1, 1957 are required to pass a Hunter Education Program to hunt. Additionally, parents and siblings who may not be interested in hunting, but who live in a home where firearms are stored, are encouraged to attend. Kansas Hunter Education Certification is reciprocal with all 50 states in the United States. There is no fee for the class.
Effective January 1, 2005, a minimum age requirement for the Hunter Education Program was established at 11 years of age. However, other changes in the law make it possible for children under 11 to hunt under certain conditions. Persons with questions should consult the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism website for guidance on hunting regulations.
The Douglas County Area Coordinator for the Hunter Education Program is Sergeant Max Miller of the Lawrence Police Department. The classes are funded by the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #2 and The National Wild Turkey Federation. There are usually three classes offered each year: two in the fall and one in the spring. Exact dates will be posted each year approximately one month before classes begin. Once the dates are posted, you may enroll in a class online at safehunters.com.
Pre-registration is required due to limited class size. When class dates are established, they will be posted in the Lawrence Journal World, announced on 1320 KLWN.