|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2360)Grant County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Grant County Probation Department||108 South Glenn Street||Ulysses||KS||67880||620-356-2144|
|Grant County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Grant County Sheriffs Department / Grant County Jail||210 East Central Avenue||Ulysses||KS||67880||620-356-3500|
|Kansas Highway Patrol Troop E - Grant||325 West Oklahoma Terrace||Ulysses||KS||67880||620-356-1531|
|Ulysses Police Department||210 East Central Avenue||Ulysses||KS||67880||620-356-3500|
|Grant County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Grant County Child Support Warrants|
|Grant County Criminal Records|
|Grant County Jail Records|
|Grant County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Grant County Sex Offender Registry|
|Grant County Sheriff Website|
Arrest Warrant Criminal Records in Other Counties
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Criminal Records in Kansas
Warrant records are legal documents that have been issued by a judge and allows police officers to have an arrest warrant for a specified crime. They record an individuals suspicion of crimes ranging from theft, rape to murder. They also show when a person was arrested and the reason they were arrested. Warrant records are used in Grant County, Kansas. These records are more detailed then regular police records.
If you are going to check a persons criminal history or arrest warrants it is important to note that these documents can only be released by the person themselves or their attorneys. Per state law these reports can only be released to authorized law enforcement agencies. Failure to follow this law can result in criminal charges being filed against you.
If you are wondering what is a warrant, it is nothing but a court order that has been granted by a judge stating that a person is committing a crime. In Kansas if a person fails to meet their obligations of keeping their bond or keeping their probation they will be subjected to arrest and warrants being issued against them. If you are arrested for any type of violation of your bail agreement you will need to get a copy of your warrant. The first place that you should check is your local courthouse. It is in your best interest to get your warrant records in Kansas from the county that you were arrested in. Doing so will enable you to make sure that there are no outstanding warrants out for your arrest.
The most basic piece of information that is contained in a warrant is the name of the person who is accused of the warrant. If you are wondering how many times a person is legally allowed to carry a concealed weapon you can check the Kansas State Laws. If a person has been convicted of domestic violence within the last five years they may not be permitted to have a concealed weapon. If you are stopped on suspicion of having a weapon concealed you must have the warrant present in your possession unless it is an orange vest that is designed to warn of a gun.
Warrant records also include all records involving an arrest. They show the date and time of the arrest, the name of the arresting officer, and the details of the incident that brought about the arrest. You can also find out if the person was taken to jail, let alone charged with a crime. These records are also available online. The cost is very small and is well worth the peace of mind that you will receive.
Warrant records in Kansas are maintained by the Department of Health and Welfare. Most people are unaware that they can have their warrant processed without going through the court system. You can request your record through the internet and there are services that will assist you in processing your request right away. They will also be able to tell you whether or not the person was properly notified of his or her rights. There are also services available that can expedite the process so that the process can be completed as quickly and efficiently as possible.