Ellis County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2352)Ellis County Police Departments
Ellis County Law Enforcement105 West 12th StreetHaysKS67601785-625-1040
Ellis County Police Departments
Ellis Police Department815 Jefferson StreetEllisKS67637785-726-4462
Fort Hays State University Police DepartmentCuster DriveHaysKS67601785-628-5304
Hays Police Department105 West 12th StreetHaysKS67601785-625-1030
Kansas Highway Patrol Troop D1821 Frontier RoadHaysKS67601785-625-3753
Victoria Police Department1005 West 4th StreetVictoriaKS67671785-735-9354
Victoria Police Department206 Marc Wagner DriveVictoriaKS67671785-735-9354
Ellis County Sheriff Department
Ellis County Sheriff's Office105 West 12th StreetHaysKS67601785-625-1040
Ellis County Probation Department
Ellis County Probation Department105 West 12th StreetHaysKS67601785-625-1011
Ellis County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Ellis County Child Support Warrants
Ellis County Criminal Records
Ellis County District Court Records
Ellis County Jail Records
Ellis County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Ellis County Sex Offender Registry
Ellis County Sheriff's Office Website

Warrant Records – Everything You Need to Know About Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Ellis County Kansas are public records, but not like other public records. These records are kept in an off-site database and can only be accessed by law enforcement officials and judicial officials through a process of formal notice and opportunity to appear. In most cases, an individual will be informed of their right to a hearing and given an opportunity to attend before a judge or justice of the peace. If an individual does not attend the proceeding and request to have the warrant released, they can face criminal charges for violation of the order.

Warrant records are considered to be public information, unless sealed by a court order. The records may be available to the general public in certain circumstances. Some are criminal proceedings; such as if the person is being investigated for breaking and entering, theft or assault and if the investigation is in an ongoing status. Other circumstances where warrant records may be available to the public are if the person has been arrested on suspicion of murder, arson, rape, conspiracy, embezzlement, theft, possession with intent to distribute drugs or trafficking drugs, domestic violence and other violent crimes. There may also be instances where a person is on parole and is requested to give permission to a potential employer to check up on them.

In these instances, the person is required by law to give written consent to the agency requesting the records. There are some situations where a warrant can be issued by a judge without the need for a written consent. If an individual is arrested for suspicion of breaking and entering, the arresting officer will issue a warrant of arrest. In this case, if the person does not respond to the warrant or they fail to appear at a scheduled court date, the warrant will be made active and available to the public.

Warrant records are available to law officials and all legal proceedings that involve a person should be recorded on the date of arrest. If the warrant is later revoked, it will remain public record. However, it is important for a person to understand that their warrant may be recorded in two different ways. There is physical recording in the local police station in the person’s area and there is a copy stored in the county courthouse in the area.

For those who have access to the judicial records of a state, a person can easily find out whether they warrant a criminal record search. This includes a person’s civil status such as being married, divorced, single and others. By looking up a person’s criminal record, one can see any traffic offenses, judgments and any felonies they may have committed in the past. These records are considered public information.

Another option is to hire a private investigator to run a criminal record search for you. This can be quite expensive, but there are many reasons why having this information is important. If you are going to hire an investigator to run a warrant, make sure you clearly understand everything they will do and the fees they will charge. It is best to find an investigator who charges reasonable fees and has reliable and up to date warrant records. If you find one of these types of investigators online, you may want to think again, as many of them do not follow through with the work that they promise.