Jefferson County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2432)Jefferson County Police Departments
Mclouth Police Department110 North Union StreetMcLouthKS66054913-796-6411
Jefferson County Police Departments
Meriden Police Department103 East Main StreetMeridenKS66512785-484-3450
Nortonville Police Department407 Main StreetNortonvilleKS66060913-886-2060
Oskaloosa Police Department212 Washington StreetOskaloosaKS66066785-863-2651
Oskaloosa Police Department100 Washington StreetOskaloosaKS66066785-863-2651
Perry Police DepartmentNorth Elm StreetPerryKS66073785-597-5613
Perry State Park - Ranger Station5441 West Lake RoadOzawkieKS66070785-246-3449
Valley Falls Police Department421 5th StreetValley FallsKS66088785-945-3434
Winchester Police Department411 Spruce StreetWinchesterKS66097913-774-2922
Jefferson County Sheriff Department
Jefferson County Sheriffs Office / Jefferson County Jail1360 Walnut StreetOskaloosaKS66066785-863-2765
Jefferson County Probation Department
Jefferson County Probation Department300 Jefferson StreetOskaloosaKS66066785-863-2272
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Warrant Records – Searching For Information on Warrants

Warrant Records in Jefferson County Kansas are available to the public and contain background information on an individual. These public records will reveal if an individual has ever been arrested, had a traffic citation, or has a criminal record. It can also show if they have ever lied under oath or committed a crime. Some may wonder how these types of records can be so important. Warrant Records are public records, but are not the same as public criminal records. Here is some more information on the subject.

A “warrant” is an order from a court for the arrest or prosecution of an individual. When an individual is arrested, a warrant is issued that states their arrest, their name, date of birth, address, and reason for arrest. The Warrant is legally binding once it is filed with the court. An “order of arrest” states the name of the individual that was arrested, their address, date of birth, and reason for arrest. These are called ” Arrest warrants”.

Once an arrest warrant is filed, it remains in active status unless the person arrested files an order to have the warrant lifted or it is superseded by another law. An order of arrest will list the names of the arresting officers and the specific reason for their arrest. A copy of this warrant is then provided to the individual that was arrested. In some cases, the warrant may be executed by a peace officer while they are served. These warrant records will reveal the specific information contained within them. This includes the name of the person that was arrested, their address, date of birth, and crime committed.

Performing a search will allow you to gain access to some of this information. There are many reasons why you would need to find out this information. Perhaps your neighbor has a new neighbor down the street. You may have been the victim of a fraud. In order to protect yourself and your family, you need to learn all you can about someone before you ever give them personal information.

Another reason to conduct a warrant record search is if you are trying to track down someone who has moved into your neighborhood. Perhaps there has been a person casing your neighborhood and they have now moved in. Knowing the person’s name and where they live may help you to keep your kids safe. Searching an arrest record can also help you find out more information about a new boyfriend or girlfriend.

If you are searching for information about a warrant, the best place to start is with the courthouse where the warrant was issued. To find out more about the person issuing the warrant, you will need to contact the courthouse. They will be able to tell you more about the warrant and where the person is being held. Some warrants will have an expiration date and will expire once the time period has expired. Therefore, if the warrant remains in active status, you will want to find out as soon as possible so that you may turn the information over to the police so that they can look it over to the court for further proceedings.