Sumner County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2759)Sumner County Police Departments
Argonia Police Department210 South Main StreetArgoniaKS67004620-435-6514
Sumner County Police Departments
Belle Plaine Police Department419 North Logan StreetBelle PlaineKS67013620-488-2787
Caldwell Police Department14 West Central AvenueCaldwellKS67022620-845-2323
City of Belle Plaine Police Department401 North Merchant StreetBelle PlaineKS67013620-488-2787
Conway Springs Police Department310 West Spring AvenueConway SpringsKS67031620-456-2277
Milton City Police Department310 Spring AvenueConway SpringsKS67031620-456-2277
Oxford Police Department121 South Sumner AvenueOxfordKS67119620-455-3225
South Haven Police Department231 Main StreetHunnewellKS67140620-892-5292
Wellington Police Department200 North C StreetWellingtonKS67152620-326-3331
Sumner County Sheriff Department
Sumner County Sheriffs Department / Sumner County Law Enforcement Center610 East Hillside RoadWellingtonKS67152620-326-8941
Sumner County Probation Department
Sumner County Probation Department501 North Washington AvenueWellingtonKS67152620-326-3371
Sumner County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Sumner County Arrest Warrants
Sumner County Child Support Warrants
Sumner County Criminal Records
Sumner County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Sumner County Sex Offender Registry
Sumner County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search

How to Access Sumner County Warrant Records

If you are looking for information regarding warrants or arrest warrants, then you will want to make use of the resources that are available to you through Inman Search. Warrant records are some of the most sensitive and important pieces of public record. As you may already know, warrants are one of the leading pieces of public information. A warrant is simply a request that a court has issued allowing some one to possess or access specific property. In other words, when you are involved in a warrant situation, that means that you are not only unaware that you have a warrant out for your arrest.

Warrant records are kept in court houses throughout Kansas. The record keeping is done by the clerk of court where the warrant was issued. The record keeping also is done at the county seat or county headquarters. The information that is contained in these records will include the name of the person who is accused of the warrant, their current address, and their bail amount if available.

These warrant records are important in that they allow law enforcement officials to identify and pursue individuals who may be involved in criminal activity. Without these documents, law enforcement would not be able to identify and pursue an individual that has a warrant out for their arrest. This can make stopping the illegal activity that the suspect is involved with much harder. That means that a person with a warrant may be more difficult to track down after they have been arrested.

Now that you know what a warrant is and why it is important, you may be wondering how you can go about having one issued against you. There are quite a few different options that you have. You can ask to have a warrant released in exchange for you turning over some of your personal property. You can ask for your arrest warrant to be canceled once you have turned yourself in to the police. The last option that you have is to simply give up and hope that your request will not be granted.

If you are concerned that your constitutional rights were violated when authorities conducted an arrest without probable cause, you can still get your criminal records expunged. To do this, you will have to hire a professional to represent you in court and ask that the warrant be lifted or sealed. You will have to pay for this service because it is an expensive process.

You can avoid having to hire an attorney and instead get yourself a sealed warrant. However, you will not be able to go about this process online. Instead, you will have to go to your county clerk or search through the records. This is not the fastest way to get the information you need, but it is certainly an option if you want to know if you had an arrest warrant before you were allowed to vote in a particular election in Kansas. You should know, however, that even if you were allowed to vote anyway, you could still be in violation of your state’s election laws if you did not reveal your full arrest record when you registered to vote.