Norton County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2564)Norton County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Norton County Probation Department101 South Kansas AvenueNortonKS67654785-877-5775
Norton County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Norton County Sheriff Office101 South Kansas AvenueNortonKS67654785-877-5780
Norton County Sheriffs Office / Norton County Jail105 South Kansas AvenueNortonKS67654785-877-5780
Norton Police Department301 East Washington StreetNortonKS67654785-877-5010
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How To Get Access To People’s Warrant Records

If you are wondering about warrants and where they are, then you have come to the right place. In this article I will give you information on what warrants are and where you can find them in Norton County, Kansas. A warrant is a legal term that means any court order or writ that gives police officers the right to arrest a person for a specified crime. Warrants can be issued for several reasons including but not limited to traffic violations, theft, murder and many other crimes. You can search a person’s record by requesting their arrest warrant from the clerk of court in any county that you are interested in.

To get a warrant you will need the persons first and last name, middle initial and the state it applies to (i.e. Oklahoma). The person you want to search will have to sign a form indicating that they know they are being investigated for a specified crime and that they will submit to searches of their records if the courts allow it.

Searching someone’s records is not like searching a persons social security number. Searching someone’s records is considered a privacy act and is still considered to be confidential. There are strict laws on how these records are stored and how they must be disposed of. Some states require warrant searches only when a person is in jail, in prison, on supervised probation or parole, or when the person is on death row.

These laws do not just apply to warrant searches, but to all public records. If you want to search any public record you will need a valid reason. You can use this reason as either a legal basis to search the person’s records or as a reason to exempt the person from a record search. This is referred to as an exception. You can even apply an exception to search the warrant for free. If the exception is granted then the person will not have to disclose that they requested the warrant.

To get a list of a persons warrant you can do one of two things. You can use one of the methods described above or you can contact the local courthouse. The method that you choose should be made based on the nature of the situation. If you are just trying to find the warrant for something like a traffic violation you will not need to go to court to get the records. The clerk’s office will usually give you access to the person’s records.

If you want the whole story about a person’s warrant records then it is best to hire a professional investigator. Most private investigators will not just tell you about a person’s warrant if they don’t have to. They will also search for the warrant on your behalf. A private investigator can be much more trustworthy than a courthouse clerk. Warrant searches are kept in state and county offices but the information is stored in separate files.