Comanche County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2343)Comanche County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Comanche County Game Warden239 East Main StreetColdwaterKS67029620-582-2940
Comanche County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Comanche County Probation DepartmentPO Box 16ColdwaterKS67029620-582-2511
Comanche County Sheriffs Department408 North Central AvenueColdwaterKS67029620-582-2511
Coldwater Police Department239 East Main StreetColdwaterKS67029620-582-2976
Protection Police Department108 West Walnut StreetProtectionKS67127620-622-4548
Comanche County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Comanche County Sheriff Website

The Benefits of Performing a Warrant Search on Yourself

Warrant records are one of the most important public records and all states have laws protecting the right to access them. But what are warrants? A warrant is a court order that authorizes a law enforcement officer to search and seize a person. Warrants are used for a wide variety of purposes, such as investigating the activities of criminals, catching illegal drug activity and executing a person’s arrest (if it’s a fugitive from justice).

If someone was arrested for suspicion of committing a crime, they would be booked and their bail bondsman would get a search warrant from the courts. The bail bondsman would then notify the law enforcement agency that was involved. If the person fails to appear in court, the warrant will be carried out. If the person fails to disclose the fact that they were arrested, police can then make the arrest. Warrants also give police authority to search for and seize any property owned by the suspect.

Why are warrants important? Warrant searches allow law enforcement officials to keep track of wanted people. If an individual is on probation or parole, they may have a warrant out for their arrest. In the event that they’re on trial for a felony, their criminal record is also available to the public.

Some people wonder why they need a warrant to search for someone else’s information. Warrant searches are not done without first determining whether there is probable cause to believe that the person has committed a crime. Without a warrant, police cannot legally investigate a person for any crime.

I’m not sure if you’ve ever experienced the embarrassment of looking at a public arrest warrant. If you did, you know how nerve wracking it is. If you didn’t, you probably don’t. Warrant searches are often the result of a mistaken identity, such as a person with the same name as another person who’s been convicted of a felony. Sometimes they are the result of a person who’s evading arrest because they are wanted in connection with a criminal activity.

To be honest, it’s not easy to protect your privacy rights when there’s a valid reason to suspect someone of committing a crime. When there is reasonable suspicion to believe that criminal activity is taking place, law enforcement officials can issue a criminal warrant. Even if the person arrested hasn’t been charged with a crime, if they have a criminal record, their arrest record will become public record. That’s why searching for someone’s criminal history is so important – not only to protect yourself and your family, but also to make sure that someone doesn’t slip into the background and commit crimes again.