Allen County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2242)Allen County Police Departments
Humboldt Police Department701 Bridge StreetHumboldtKS66748620-473-2341
Allen County Police Departments
Iola Police Department2 West Jackson StreetIolaKS66749620-365-4960
Kansas Highway Patrol Troop H1 North Washington AvenueIolaKS66749620-365-7517
La Harpe Police Department616 South Main StreetLa HarpeKS66751620-496-2241
Moran Police Department339 Cedar StreetMoranKS66755620-237-4271
Allen County Sheriff Department
Allen County Sheriffs Department / Allen County Correctional Facility1 North Washington AvenueIolaKS66749620-365-1400
Allen County Probation Department
Allen County Probation Department1170 2800th StreetLa HarpeKS66751620-496-2310
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How to Retrieve Warrant Records

Warrant records are one of the more sensitive public records that you will likely need to search through in Allen County, Kansas. Warrant records contain all the information about any person that has been arrested for a crime, or has been convicted of a crime. In fact, anyone living in Allen County can have warrants issued against them. Warrant records are public records, but not without fees. If you want to search through an individual’s warrant records, you need to follow these three steps.

The first step is to get an address search of an individual. You can do this by either going to the local courthouse in your county, or to the courts website. Either way, you will need to provide the person’s name, date of birth, social security number, and date of birth. Once you’ve gotten the basic information, look up the records. You may find multiple warrants in the person’s name.

The second step is to try to find out if there are warrants out for the person. If so, you’ll need to contact the courts to learn more about the person. Generally, you can’t access criminal records online. However, some courts have made exceptions, allowing you to search their records for a small fee.

The final step is to see if the person’s name is available on any other public records websites. For example, the KBI, or Kansas Bureau of Investigation website does not list warrants. Similarly, the DPS (Texas Department of Public Safety) website does not list a person’s name. This means that if you know the person’s name, you have virtually guaranteed that the details that you get from the above sources are correct.

If you are not able to find the person’s name in one of these places, and you still want to search the record, you may have to hire a professional investigator. This will cost you money, but it may also be worth it in order to get information that may be critical to your safety. The most common reasons why an investigator would use this service is to trace a person’s criminal history, especially if they have been prosecuted for a crime. Sometimes, a background check will also be conducted as part of the process, which is useful if you are hiring someone to work at a sensitive position within your company.

While it’s possible to retrieve warrant records online, it’s usually best to hire a private investigator. This ensures that you get accurate information and that your results are accurate. Private investigators will make use of public records and databases in order to find a person’s warrant records. They do this by conducting criminal checks using Google and other sources. Afterward, they will inform you whether a person has a warrant for their arrest.