Beginning Wednesday, July 5, 2006, the Reno County Sheriff’s Office will be accepting applications for concealed handgun license to be forwarded to the Kansas Attorney General's Office. The sheriff will accept applications (excluding holidays) Monday through Friday, from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. You must be a resident of Kansas and a resident of Reno County to apply at this office.
It is the responsibility of the sheriff to accept these applications and related documents, obtain a set of fingerprints from the applicant, collect fees, and forward those documents to the Kansas Attorney General’s Office. The sheriff does have applications available in the office or you may obtain one online from the Kansas Attorney General’s Office.
You must have all necessary documents, photographs, identification, and fees with you before the sheriff will accept your application and forward it. The sheriff does not provide the necessary training or any necessary documents other than the application and a set of fingerprints. If you have any questions about the process or state certified instructors, please direct them to the Kansas Attorney General’s Office.