Jewell County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

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(2433)Jewell County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Jewell County Probation Department307 North Commercial StreetMankatoKS66956785-378-3194
Jewell County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Jewell County Sheriffs Department / Jewell County Jail307 North Commercial StreetMankatoKS66956785-378-3194
Lovewell State Park - Park Ranger2446 250 RdWebberKS66970785-753-4971
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Overview of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Kansas are maintained by the county or state police. In cases where there is a formal arrest warrant, the arresting officer will fill out an Application for a Warrant of Arrest which will be forwarded to the Kansas City Police Department for verification. If you are reading this article then most likely you have an idea as to why warrants are requested. Search warrants are usually used for the enforcement of a law, or to search and arrest someone who is thought to be involved in criminal activity such as theft or domestic violence. Warrants can also be used for a multitude of other reasons, including investigating the activities of a suspected child molester, or a person wanted on parole.

Warrant records are very public records so anyone can obtain access to them. Typically, the local or state police department holds the records, but sometimes the records are held by federal agencies such as the FBI. You can generally search for these records at the same place where you can request your own criminal background check.

The records hold information regarding a person’s criminal history. They show if they have ever been convicted of a crime, when and where the crime was committed, the exact charges against them, names of employers and co-workers who knew about the person’s criminal activity, if they have been arrested multiple times for crimes, and the status of their case. Sometimes records can even reveal the identity of the person who owns the home that was broken into.

When the warrant is granted by the court, a copy of the warrant is provided to the person whose name is included on the warrant. This copy can be viewed at any later time by a law enforcement agency or by the person the warrant was issued to. Warrant records are available online for anyone to view. Warrant searches are not considered a free search because fees are assessed before any information can be accessed.

Warrant records are used for many different purposes. Most importantly, these records allow an individual to check to see if someone has a criminal record. Many employers run criminal background checks when they are considering hiring someone. A potential employer can use the results of a search to determine whether or not the applicant is eligible to be hired. In some cases, people use the results of a warrant to avoid being caught in a sting.

Warrant searches are not limited to employers. People can obtain criminal records on themselves to protect themselves and their family from harm. If you believe you may be the victim of a crime, it is important to consult a criminal defense attorney to learn more about the types of warrant searches available to you.