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Public Kansas Adult Supervised Population Electronic Repository or public KASPER is a database which contains information about offenders sentenced to the custody of the Secretary of Corrections since 1980. KASPER contains information on offenders who are: currently incarcerated; under post-incarceration supervision; and, who have been discharged from a sentence. Use of the search engine may return to you the status of an offender currently incarcerated or on post-release supervision within the KDOC system, and is a useful tool for learning the county of conviction, conviction description, case status, where an inmate is housed, the inmate's race, date of birth, whether an offender has been released to post-incarceration supervision (parole, conditional release, post-release supervision, compact probation or parole), and where that offender is under supervision. The database does not have information available about inmates sent to Kansas under the provisions of the interstate compact agreement. KASPER also contains information about offenders under community corrections supervision on or after July 1, 2002. Information provided by community corrections includes the county of conviction, conviction description, case status, offender’s race, date of birth, and current status (including the location where an offender is currently under supervision, if applicable). Absconder status is used in community corrections when an offender misses a scheduled appointment and an officer has been unable to make face-to-face contact with the offender within 10 days after the missed appointment. Offenders reported as absconders by community corrections may or may not have a warrant issued for their arrest or entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).