Edwards County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(2350)Edwards County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Edwards County Probation Department321 Massachusetts AvenueKinsleyKS67547620-659-3636
Edwards County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Edwards County Sheriffs Department / Edwards County Jail312 Massachusetts AvenueKinsleyKS67547620-659-3636
Kinsley Police Department721 Marsh AvenueKinsleyKS67547620-659-2426
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Overview of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Edwards County, Kansas are a public record. Warrant Records in Kansas are public information in the same way that are court documents and police files. The first Warrant Records in Kansas were created back in 1860. At that time the state of Kansas was split into four areas and one of those areas was Benton County where warrants would be used.

Warrant Records in Edwards County Kansas

Warrant Records in Kansas contain an applicant’s name, date of birth, social security number, and any felony charges against the applicant. Any convictions for a felony are also recorded. There is also personal information on an individual such as place of birth, marriage and divorce records and date of birth and residence. This information can help to determine if an individual is who they say they are.

Warrant Records in Kansas can help law enforcement officials do their job by locating and arresting criminals. An outstanding warrant can put a person in jail, or prohibit them from obtaining a driver’s license. It can also stop a person from working in some capacities in the workplace. If you’re looking to buy or rent a home in Kansas you will need to check to see if you or the person you want to rent or own a home has a criminal background. Warrant records are available to landlords and mortgage lenders. They can determine if the person they are considering to rent has a criminal record.

If you are looking to hire a personal assistant, tutor, gardener or tutor you may want to know if they have a criminal record. You can do this by going to your local courthouse and checking there criminal history. If you are suspicious of someone you just met then you can do a background check online. There are many companies online that offer to provide you with criminal background checks. All you have to do is pay the fee and they will perform the search for you.

A warrant will be issued by a judge and it will allow law enforcement officials to enter a person’s property to make an arrest. The person who owns the property can be arrested without a warrant after they give their authorization for an officer to enter. If a person does not own the property they can authorize anyone to enter who has been granted a warrant. Once an authorized officer has entered the property they can look into the person’s possessions and seize any items they feel are connected to the person’s identity. If a person’s signature is not on the warrant then the item is not seized.

Warrant records are not publicly available records but they are considered records of a person’s criminal activity. They can be accessed through various sources including the police department in your area, the courts, public archives, schools and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. These records are kept in different formats so you need to be able to acquire them quickly and easily.