Search Box Spacer
Loading
HOME | CAREERS

 
 
    

Jean Peters-BakerYour County Prosecutor
As your Jackson County Prosecutor, Jean Peters Baker would like to welcome all visitors to this website. 

View our  Welcome Video to learn more about how the Prosecutor's Office works to keep the community safe and to make it a better place to live.

Also, learn more about Jean and her top priorities as your county prosecutor. 


       
   
Take Action

 Report A Crime

 Step Up. Speak Up.

 Report Child Abuse

 TIPS Hotlines

 Contact Us

KC NoVA (Kansas City’s No Violence Alliance) brings the community and law enforcement officials together to reduce violence. > MORE


Reducing Violent Crime

Individuals identified in social networks or groups associated with violent crime in Kansas City appeared Wednesday at the first “call-ins” held by the Kansas City No Violence Alliance (KC NoVA). Those attending were asked to help the community stop violence and were offered social services to help them. Capt. Joseph McHale, project manager for KC NoVA, said the call-ins were an important early step in the new effort to reduce violent crime in Kansas City: “Our goal is to get the message to the streets of Kansas City that violence must stop. Any new violence will become the focus of KC NoVA.” > MORE

CLOSE [X]



Murder charges filed in Grandview arson
A Grandview man has been charged with two counts of murder in connection with fire at his home in late September, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today. Stephen D. Elijah, 33 (dob: 4/4/1981), faces two counts of Murder 2nd Degree and a count of Arson 1st Degree.* > MORE


Man charged in Blue Springs homicide
A Colorado man has been charged in the fatal shooting on Saturday of a man at a Blue Springs motel, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today. Michael P. Page. 25 (dob: 8/1/1989) faces Murder 2nd Degree and Armed Criminal > MORE


Jury convicts KC man in double murder
A Jackson County jury on Friday convicted Oliver L. Todd in connection with two murders and a non-fatal shooting in August 2012, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today. Todd, 51 (dob: 3/30/1963), was convicted of two counts of Murder 2nd Degree, one Assault 1st Degree and three Armed Criminal Action charges. > MORE


Experienced prosecutor, administrator, data analyst join office
One of the most experienced prosecutors in Missouri and Kansas – who served at the highest levels in U.S. Attorney offices on both sides of the state line – has joined the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office, Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced. > MORE


Grandview man sentenced to 20 years in prison
Joshua A. Coleman, 23, was sentenced Wednesday to 20 years in prison for striking and causing serious physical injury to a child, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today. > MORE

   
County_Sheriff

Crime_Hotline

Department of Corrections

County Website

COMBAT

 
     
 

Privacy Policy | Site Map | Contact Us | © 2008 Jackson County, Missouri

Translate this page: