The Wichita Crime Commission was founded on July 1, 1952 as an organization dedicated to preventing organized crime from gaining a foothold in Wichita. Today, the commission is a group of community leaders whose mission is promoting, fostering and encouraging greater interest by the public in the prevention of crime and the enforcement of criminal laws. In 2019, the commission officially change it's name to the Wichita Metro Crime Commission Inc. to identify inclusion of the entire Wichita metropolitan area.
Business and community leaders from across the Wichita metropolitan area are dedicated to a transparent and effective justice system, preventing the entrenchment of organized crime, encouraging greater community interest in preventing crime and enforcing our laws, and supporting investments in youth programs that teach good citizenship, self-discipline, and self-confidence.
Wichita Metro Crime Commission Inc. is a membership-based, 510(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Wichita Metro Crime Commission Executive Board 2021-2022
Sedgwick County Sheriff (Retired)
Assistant Deputy Commandant (Security)
U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
Norris "Slup" Slupianek
Conco Construction (Retired)
Kansas State Bank
Sharon Van Horn
Chief Operating Officer
To advocate for, monitor, and support efforts to ensure the city of Wichita, Sedgwick County, and the state of Kansas criminal justice systems remain fair, unbiased and transparent; and support and sponsor youth programs that encourage and teach good citizenship, self-discipline, and self-confidence.
Monthly Insider Briefings
These general membership meetings are held at the Scotch and Sirloin on the 4th Thursday of every month and include the latest information about a variety of topics from law enforcement professionals in our area.