|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2565)Osage County Police Departments|
|Kansas Highway Patrol Troop B - Osage||131 14th Street||Lyndon||KS||66451||785-828-3121|
|Osage County Police Departments|
|Osage City Police Department||911 Laing Street||Osage||KS||66523||785-528-3131|
|Burlingame Police Department||101 East Santa Fe Avenue||Burlingame||KS||66413||785-654-3329|
|Carbondale Police Department||202 Main Street||Carbondale||KS||66414||785-836-7377|
|Kansas Department Of Wildlife And Parks - Pomona State Park||22900 Kansas 368||Vassar||KS||66543||785-828-4933|
|Lyndon Police Department||730 Topeka Avenue||Lyndon||KS||66451||785-828-3147|
|Melvern Police Department||141 South Main Street||Melvern||KS||66510||785-549-3447|
|Overbrook Police Department||102 West Santa Fe Trail Street||Overbrook||KS||66524||785-665-7230|
|Scranton Police Department||120 Boone Street||Scranton||KS||66537||785-793-2336|
|Osage County Sheriff Department|
|Osage County Sheriffs Office||131 14th Street||Lyndon||KS||66451||785-828-3121|
|Osage County Probation Department|
|Osage County Probation Department||717 Topeka Avenue||Lyndon||KS||66451||785-828-4727|
|Osage County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Osage County Child Support Warrants|
|Osage County Criminal Records|
|Osage County Jail Records|
|Osage County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Osage County Sex Offender Registry|
Criminal History Warrant Records – An Easy Way to Check For Warrants
Warrant Records in Osage County, Kansas are considered to be public record, and all warrants that have been issued for a person’s arrest must be on public record. The record can either be in the county clerk’s office in the county or state police station. A person can only be arrested once and the record cannot be renewed. There are specific procedures and requirements that must be met before one can obtain access to these records. If one is interested in obtaining information on a warrant, one can get in touch with the sheriff of Osage County.
Warrant Records in Kansas can become very complex. Criminal activity is not the only reason that one can become interested in these records. Many employers use these records to screen out potential employees. They will perform a background check to see if you have any previous criminal justice offenses or if you have any outstanding warrants out for your arrest.
Obtaining information on a criminal history can take some time. Most counties in Kansas are required to keep data on their warrants and they usually only update this information every ten years. This means that warrant searches can change from year to year and sometimes even from week to week. Searching through local newspapers can also be very time consuming.
People who are looking to get a copy of a warrant should know that the process is much different than it would be for a regular search. The process is much like running a background check. Instead of contacting the police department or the county office, you will need to contact an online company that specializes in conducting criminal justice records. These companies will charge a small fee, but the amount of information that you will receive will be far greater than if you contacted the local office.
To start your search, you will need to find a website that offers warrant records. Some are free, while others will require a small payment before they give you access to their database. Once you have found one of these websites, you will enter all of the information that you have about the person who you are searching for. You will need to include any previous addresses, phone numbers and names. If you have any contact numbers, you may also want to include them as well.
From here, you simply follow the instructions of the website to enter in all of the information that you have about the person who you are searching for. Just as before, you will need to wait for the warrant to be processed before you can obtain it. Searching for criminal justice records can be an effective way to find out more information about a person who may be an outstanding danger to you and/or others.