Ellsworth County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2353)Ellsworth County Police Departments
Ellsworth Police Department207 North Kansas AvenueEllsworthKS67439785-472-5110
Ellsworth County Police Departments
Holyrood Police Department110 South Main StreetHolyroodKS67450785-252-3584
Kanopolis City Hall119 South Kansas AvenueKanopolisKS67454785-472-4732
Kanopolis Police Department119 North Kansas AvenueKanopolisKS67454785-472-4732
Kanopolis State Park - Park Ranger200 Horsethief RoadMarquetteKS67464785-546-2565
Wilson Police Department2511 Avenue FWilsonKS67490785-658-2444
Ellsworth County Sheriff Department
Ellsworth County Sheriffs Department / Ellsworth County Jail212 North Kansas AvenueEllsworthKS67439785-472-4416
Ellsworth County Probation Department
Ellsworth County Probation Department210 North Kansas AvenueEllsworthKS67439785-472-4161
Ellsworth County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Ellsworth County Child Support Warrants
Ellsworth County Criminal Records
Ellsworth County Jail Records
Ellsworth County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Ellsworth County Sex Offender Registry
Ellsworth County Sheriff Website

Warrant Records Are Important to See

Warrant records are an important part of the American legal system. These documents play multiple roles in the criminal justice system and make it possible for law enforcement to track down and arrest people involved in criminal activity. Warrant records allow law officials to locate a person involved in crime, without any further information being given to the person. Without the presence of such documents, law officials may never know the full circumstances surrounding the arrest. Warrant records are typically kept in local police departments. However, there are laws that have made it necessary for warrants to be stored in state and federal databases.

In some cases, a warrant may be issued based on suspicions that a person has committed a crime. This means that the person is arrested and his or her property seized. The person may then be taken to jail, where a judge will issue an arrest warrant. These warrants give law enforcement officials permission to arrest the person and take him or her into custody. If a person does not show up for his or her court date, authorities can then apply for an arrest warrant.

Warrant records allow law officials to trace a person’s movements through their criminal records and to learn more about their personal lives. Criminal records are extensive and contain background information on all people in the jurisdiction. This includes arrest records, convictions and court proceedings for crimes like assault, theft, drug possession, domestic violence and burglary. The same records also contain arrest warrants, which allow law officials to search for a person by name if they have an active warrant.

Warrant searches can be done by contacting the sheriff’s department, local police departments or federal agencies. They will help you conduct your search efficiently and quickly. However, conducting a search without proper authorization can result in illegal searches. There are two main requirements that must be met before an individual can be searched without a warrant. First, you need to have reasonable suspicion to believe that the person possesses the item being searched and second, you need to have probable cause that the person committed the crime.

When performing a warrant search, it is important to note that the results will only be accurate if the name of the person being searched is entered into the system. It is then up to the designated agents of the judicial branch to perform an accurate cross-matching of the name entered with the search to find any criminal record. In some cases, the criminal record cannot be found due to insufficient information. For instance, someone who has been convicted of burglary but no other infractions may still have an outstanding warrant. Therefore, it is vital that the correct person be named during the search.

Some warrant searches can be misleading and do not provide the precise information needed to obtain a warrant. For instance, a person with outstanding traffic tickets may appear to have a clean record when, in fact, they do not. Likewise, a person with a previous restraining order but no conviction may have a current restraining order against them. A warrant can be legally obtained even if the person has no prior criminal record. If you are being searched for a warrant, it is essential to make sure the records are accurate to prevent being arrested for a false arrest.