Miami County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2497)Miami County Police Departments
Kansas Highway Patrol Troop A - Miami27960 Beaver Creek RoadLouisburgKS66053913-782-8100
Miami County Police Departments
Hillsdale Kansas State Park - Ranger Station26001 West 255th StreetPaolaKS66071913-783-4507
Louisburg Police Department5 Peoria StreetLouisburgKS66053913-837-3191
Louisburg Police Department209 South Metcalf RoadLouisburgKS66053913-837-3191
Osawatomie Police Department105 East Main StreetOsawatomieKS66064913-755-2101
Osawatomie Police Department509 5th StreetOsawatomieKS66064913-755-2101
Paola Police Department805 North Pearl StreetPaolaKS66071913-259-3631
Paola Police Department19 East Peoria StreetPaolaKS66071913-259-3631
Miami County Sheriff Departments
Miami County Sheriff's Office118 South Pearl StreetPaolaKS66071913-294-4444
Miami County Sheriffs Department / Miami County Jail209 South Pearl StreetPaolaKS66071913-294-4444
Miami County Probation Department
Miami County Probation Department120 South Pearl StreetPaolaKS66071913-294-3151
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How Access to Warrant Records Helps You

Warrant Records in Miami County, Kansas are not what they used to be. The typical records in this county have been more like a time capsule, they have only been updated when required. A warrant is one that is issued by a judge that says there is a person they want to arrest and they do not have proof of their probable cause. This warrant will be an arrest warrant and will allow police to pick the person up at any time.

Warrant records are available to the public. If you have been arrested and charged with a crime you will need to know your status legally. It will give you the right to have an attorney to look into your case and make sure that you have not been falsely accused. It also gives you the right to be heard and given the same rights as any person under law. You can also appeal to have the warrant thrown out if you think it should not exist.

Before the records were accessed online, they were entered manually into court houses across the country. This would take days if not weeks to go through all courts in the jurisdiction. When a person was arrested and there was a record, it was entered in the person’s county courthouse. A copy of this record was then sent to the court house for review.

If the person was found guilty of the charges the record was entered back into the court records. If the person plead guilty or no contest to the charges, the record was entered back into the person’s county courthouse. This process could take many weeks. There could also be the possibility of the person leaving the jurisdiction during this entire process. When the person left the state the record could still be in limbo because there may be an outstanding warrant for their arrest in another jurisdiction.

The best way to get your record is to go online to the website of your county courthouse and request a search. You can do this at any time and have access to the person’s court records at any time. The website will provide you with the names of the warrants for the person’s arrest as well as their present location and current status. These records will also show the crime the person has been arrested for. It will also tell you if the person has ever been convicted of a crime.

You may wonder why a warrant has been issued for a person. The reason that a warrant was issued is usually because the person failed to appear at their scheduled court date. People who are repeat offenders are most often targeted by this type of warrant. Warrant records give you the ability to see the background of any person you need access to.