Attorney General, Kansas
The Kansas Attorney General serves as the state's top law enforcement and legal officer. The office represents the state in legal affairs and the citizens of the state through its various divisions, boards and agencies.
The Attorney General's Office consists of eleven divisions:
*Department of Criminal Justice: Criminal Litigation Division, Crime Victims' Rights Program, Drug Abuse Resistance & Education (D.A.R.E.), the State Child Death Review Board, the Crime Victims' Compensation Board, and Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Division;
*Department of Civil Law: Civil Litigation Division, Consumer Protection Division, Legal Opinions & Government Counsel Division;
*Other Divisions & Offices: Administrative Services Division, and the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (a separate agency, under the jurisdiction of the Attorney General).
The web site for the Kansas Attorney General's Office is www.accesskansas.org/ksag.