KBI rolls out seized property database, website


The Kansas Bureau of Investigation met its deadline Monday, unveiling a new website that will give the public a look at property that's been seized in connection with a crime.

The agency on Monday announced the start of the website and a repository, which were part of a law enacted in 2018 to provide transparency about property seized by law enforcement.

The KBI had until Monday to set up the repository and the related website.

The law requires authorities to report the name of the agency confiscating . . .


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