Rice County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Rice County Probation Department101 West Commercial StreetLyonsKS67554620-257-2184
Rice County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Rice County Child Support Warrants
Rice County Criminal Records
Rice County Jail Records
Rice County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Rice County Sex Offender Registry
Rice County Sheriff's Office Website
(2659)Rice County Police Departments
Bushton Police Department217 South Main StreetBushtonKS67427620-562-3407
Rice County Police Departments
Chase City Clerk507 Main StreetChaseKS67524620-938-2911
Chase Police Department507 Main StreetChaseKS67524620-938-2911
Little River Police Department125 Main StreetLittle RiverKS67457620-897-6444
Lyons Police Department303 East Main StreetLyonsKS67554620-257-2355
Sterling Police Department117 North Broadway AvenueSterlingKS67579620-278-2100
Sterling Police Department118 North Broadway AvenueSterlingKS67579620-278-2100
Rice County Sheriff Departments
Rice County Sheriff's Office1482 Highway 56LyonsKS67554620-257-7876
Rice County Sheriffs Department / Rice County Jail1442 West Commercial StreetLyonsKS67554620-257-7876
Rice County Probation Department

How to Search For Warrant Records

If you are ever stopped on suspicion of criminal activity, then the officers will most likely request you to produce your Criminal Records in Rice County, Kansas. There are some situations where a person’s record can be requested, such as if they are applying for employment, looking to rent an apartment or if they are applying to become a part of a jury pool. In any case, if they request this information they are being thorough and making sure they know everything about you.

Warrant Records in Kansas are kept in two different locations. One is the county office where the warrants were issued. The other is the local courthouse where the person’s arrest took place and where all warrant searches are held. These records are kept confidential and cannot be accessed without the authorization of the district attorney’s office. In some cases they can be given out to a person that is a potential employer but must provide their Social Security number.

Some people think that if they are served with a warrant they have to be arrested. This is not true. A warrant can only be issued under specific circumstances. They can only be issued if there is reason to believe that the person has committed a certain crime, or if there is probable cause that he has committed a specific act.

To find out whether there was a warrant issued against a person, you will need to contact your local courthouse. To find out if there was a warrant, you will need to go to the Record Office of the Judicial Circuit of Cook County. You can either contact the court directly, call them on the phone or use their e-mail address at the website. To order a record, you must contact the clerk’s office to make an appointment. If there is an actual person with the docket number in question, then it should be able to be faxed to you.

If you are interested in searching through public records in Rice County, Kansas, then you will want to search by name. The “name” search option will allow you to enter the person’s name in the search box. Search by SSN or Social Security Number to get more information about the person.

Warrant records are available for any and all arrests that took place in Kansas. The information included includes the person’s full legal name, date of birth, social security number, and county of residence. You will also find arrest records, mug shot reports, jail records and more. The information is very comprehensive and constantly updated. To get the most current information on any of the information that you will find in the Warrant Records, you will want to use an online service that offers access to hundreds of millions of public records.