Projects & Programs

July 1st 2014 began the 62nd year of operation of the Wichita Crime Commission, Inc. Although the goals, objectives and mission statement have been re-defined over the years, members are still dedicated to providing service to the greater Wichita community. The Wichita Crime Commission continues to be the only totally autonomous Crime Commission in the country.  Below are some of the programs encompassed by the Wichita Crime Commission


014 Ken Landwehr Make Good Choices Golf Tournament

2014 Ken Landwehr Make Good Choices Golf Tournament

Monday, September 15, 2014
Terradyne Country Club
The Commission’s 53rd Annual Awards Dinner was held on September 28th, 2006 at the Hilton Wichita Airport Hilton Hotel.
Make Good Choices, conceived and developed by commission past president Jerry Hoggatt as an awareness program utilizing posters in schools, billboards and media public service messages, has expanded considerably.



The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Law Camp, begun in 1994, has established itself as one of the most successful young people related programs initiated in the area.
Since 1994 the Wichita Crime Commission, in partnership with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Alcohol, Tobacco, Fireman and Explosives, Sedgwick County Sheriff, Wichita Police, U.S. Attorney and District Attorney have produced the most in-depth training program, of its kind.
The 17th Annual Midwest Law Enforcement Conference on Gangs and Drugs
The Commission serves as Community Partner with the Regional Community Policing Training Institute, Wichita State University.
Legislative matters continue to have high priority. Each year, during Kansas Legislative Session, Bills which address criminal justice issues, are reviewed thoroughly.