Harvey County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2428)Harvey County Police Departments
Burrton Police Department118 North Burrton AvenueBurrtonKS67020620-463-4444
Harvey County Police Departments
Halstead Police Department303 Main StreetHalsteadKS67056316-835-2266
Hesston Police Department444 North Lancaster AvenueHesstonKS67062620-327-2020
Kansas Highway Patrol Troop F1020 East 12th StreetNewtonKS67114316-283-1920
Newton Police Department120 East 7th StreetNewtonKS67114316-284-6030
North Newton Police Department2601 North Main StreetNorth NewtonKS67117316-283-3191
Sedgwick Police Department511 North Commercial AvenueSedgwickKS67135316-772-5151
Walton Police Department122 Main StreetWaltonKS67151620-837-3252
Harvey County Sheriff Department
Harvey County Sheriffs Department / Harvey County Detention Center120 East 7th StreetNewtonKS67114316-284-6960
Harvey County Probation Department
Harvey County Probation Department800 North Main StreetNewtonKS67114316-284-6860
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How to Search For Warrant Records in Harvey County Kansas

Warrant Records in Harvey County Kansas

You can conduct a public records search to obtain arrest warrants, but it can take a while to find out the information you need. A simple online search would give you enough details to determine whether or not the person you want to search has a warrant out for their arrest. A person that is wanted on suspicion of a specific crime may have been accused of committing a crime in the past and warrants may have been issued. If you’re searching for an arrest warrant then it’s important to understand how and why this is done so you don’t end up wasting time trying to find it when it’s not there.

The first step to performing an arrest warrant search in Kansas is to locate the local courthouse and make a formal request for the arrest warrant records. In Kansas, warrants are official documents issued by a judge that allow law enforcement officials to take custody of a person if they are believed to be involved in criminal activity. You’ll need the persons name, address and date of birth when requesting this type of record. Keep in mind, however, that arrest warrants are only valid if the police can physically locate the person. It is also possible for someone to have more than one warrant issued by the court.

Once you have located the courthouse and conducted your search, you may be required to sign a document which legally allows you access to the public records. Some counties will also require you to pay a fee before you can access certain public records. It’s important that you know all of the costs associated with your search before you perform it in Kansas. Some counties will charge a small processing fee, but many will require a one-time processing fee and a minimal maintenance fee.

Once you find the public records you need, you’ll need to know where they are kept and how to access them. The easiest way to go about this is to hire a professional service. There are several online services that allow you to do an instant nationwide search through their public records database. Some of these sites provide the information you need within seconds. Others may take a little longer, but it’s worth it when you’re trying to find warrant records in Kansas. You can also perform an instant nationwide search on any other website as well.

Many online services also allow you to perform a local search in addition to a nationwide search. If you do a nationwide search, it generally doesn’t give you the results you want because not all public records are available nationwide. When doing a local search, however, you can usually get the same information that is provided for nationwide searches. You can also usually find out more information about the individual such as his or her address history, criminal background history and warrant records. You can also learn more about the individual’s employers, current and past addresses and current employment.

If you do a comprehensive criminal background check on someone, it can be very helpful in the event you run into any sort of legal problem with them. Especially if they have prior offenses. However, there is no reason to conduct a blanket criminal background check unless you really need to.