Stevens County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2758)Stevens County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Stevens County Probation Department200 East 6th StreetHugotonKS67951620-544-2484
Stevens County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Stevens County Sheriffs Office / Stevens County Jail510 South Monroe StreetHugotonKS67951620-544-4386
Hugoton Police Department114 East 4th StreetHugotonKS67951
Hugoton Police Department405 East 4th StreetHugotonKS67951620-544-2020
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A Brief Overview of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Stevens County Kansas

Warrant Records are public documents that list any and all criminal activity a person may have committed. These records are filed within the county where the commission has jurisdiction over them. They are basically an extension of civil law, but are not filed or processed within the judicial branch of government. Warrant records are available to law enforcement agencies such as the FBI and local police departments. These agencies commonly request these records when they need to perform some type of investigative activity on a person for any type of criminal or legal purpose.

Warrant Records are used to help establish if a person is innocent or guilty of any given crime. In many instances, these records will reveal to the public if a person was involved in criminal activity, but due to privacy concerns have decided to keep it private. If the person has been arrested or charged with anything related to a crime, then their record will show this. These types of records also show arrest records, so that it can be easier for police officers to identify suspects.

Warrant records are considered to be public information. This means that anyone can obtain them, whether they are law enforcement officers, the courts, or anyone else who has reason to believe that a person has committed a crime. When a warrant is issued for someone, it will be filed with the courts. The courts are allowed to make their own decisions as to what should be revealed from these records.

Obtaining a copy of a persons criminal record can be done through many different ways. If you know where the person in question lives or works, you can generally just obtain a copy of their current address by getting in touch with their place of employment. Many employers these days will give a regular copy of their person’s record to an individual who needs it. If the person in question does not work at an office, then you may have to take the extra step and go to the courthouse and get a physical copy of the person’s record.

You may also be able to contact the local police department to ask for a record on a person. Police departments will keep track of any criminal activity that occurs on their premises. This can prove to be a great way to find out more about a person. If there are any mistakes made on the report that the police department has, then you may be able to have these mistakes corrected before the final report is turned in for approval.

There are a few things that you need to remember when looking for a record on a person. First, it is important to understand that warrant records are considered to be public record. Second, you should only contact the police department or other law enforcement officers. Finally, if you try to get the record through the courts, then you should make sure that you contact the person involved before you give away any confidential information.