Reno County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2657)Reno County Police Departments
Buhler Police Department219 North Main StreetBuhlerKS67522620-543-6666
Reno County Police Departments
Haven Police Department118 South Kansas AvenueHavenKS67543620-465-3415
Hutchinson Police Department210 West 1st AvenueHutchinsonKS67501620-694-2833
Kincaid City Marshal402 East 1st AvenueHutchinsonKS67501620-439-5440
Nickerson Police Department5 West Avenue BNickersonKS67561620-422-3069
South Hutchinson Police Department10 East Blanchard AvenueSouth HutchinsonKS67505620-663-7104
Reno County Sheriff Department
Reno County Sheriffs Office / Reno County Jail210 West 1st AvenueHutchinsonKS67501620-694-2735
Reno County Probation Department
Reno County Probation Department111 West 1st AvenueHutchinsonKS67501620-665-8800
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The Basics of Warrant Records

Warrant Records are legal documents, issued by a judge or magistrate, that list someone’s probable cause of committing a crime. Warrant Records in Reno County, Kansas are maintained and processed by the courts. Warrant Records are public information but access to them requires a person to fill out an application requesting information on an individual.

When a person applies for a record, the court will determine if there is probable cause to hold the person in jail. Probable cause is the basis of a person’s arrest. The documents contain this information: name, address, current and previous addresses, employer, aliases, telephone number, social security number, and date of birth. You will also be required to sign waiver forms indicating that you understand the nature of the investigation and acknowledge that you have no rights against police officers. Warrant Records also show if a person has ever been convicted of a crime.

Performing a search will give results that can help determine if a person is guilty of a crime. A warrant will show whether a person was arrested, convicted, or on the verge of being arrested. Searching a person’s records also allows a judge to establish paternity. In addition, court records can tell you whether or not a person has ever been married and when.

The first place to look for warrants is the local police department. However, because warrants are only issued in specific situations, your local police might not have all the records on file. If they do not have the information you need, your next best bet is an online website. Many warrant records can be accessed for free. In some cases, the cost is minimal. Online records searches work well because you are able to do a complete search in a matter of seconds.

Because warrants are public information, your state or county will also have a website where you can access the same information. However, your state or county’s website will only give access to information within its jurisdiction. For example, if you are in New York, you won’t be able to access records in Texas. It will also be limited to person-based searches – meaning only your own personal records will be shown.

There are many ways to conduct a record search. Many websites require a membership fee so you can gain unlimited access and use the search features. You can usually perform unlimited searches for one time only. This is great if you know the person’s history and are doing a background check. Many employers access a person’s criminal records to get an idea of their character.

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