Wyandotte County Kansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2839)Wyandotte County Police Departments
Wyandotte County Parks Unified Government Of Wyandotte County - Kansas City Park Rangers3488 West DriveKansasKS66109913-596-7085
Wyandotte County Police Departments
Bonner Springs Animal Control120 North Nettleton AvenueBonner SpringsKS66012913-422-7800
Bonner Springs Police Department120 North Nettleton AvenueBonner SpringsKS66012913-422-7800
Edwardsville Police Department690 South 4th StreetEdwardsvilleKS66111913-441-6983
Edwardsville Police Department650 South 4th StreetEdwardsvilleKS66111913-441-6983
Kansas City Kansas Community College Campus Police7250 State AvenueKansasKS66112913-288-7236
Kansas City Kansas Police Department Midtown Patrol - Headquarters700 Minnesota AvenueKansasKS66101913-573-6000
Kansas City Kansas Police Department South Patrol2151 South 34th StreetKansasKS66106913-261-4300
Kansas City Kansas Police Department West Patrol1011 North 80th TerraceKansasKS66112913-596-7090
Kansas City Police Department701 North 7th StreetKansasKS66101913-573-6010
Lake Quivira Police Department10 Crescent BoulevardLake QuiviraKS66217913-631-5300
University Of Kansas Medical Center Police Department3901 Rainbow BoulevardKansasKS66160913-588-5030
Wyandotte County Sheriff Department
Wyandotte County Sheriffs Department / Adult Detention / Juvenile Detention Center710 North 7th StreetKansasKS66101913-573-2865
Wyandotte County Probation Department
Wyandotte County Probation Department8200 State AvenueKansasKS66112913-596-7055
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Warrant Records For Your Criminal Cases

All law abiding citizens in the State of Kansas are entitled to view and access public records and one way to search for such records is by means of the Warrant Records in Wyandotte County Kansas. There are certain regulations that have to be followed in order to access these records. In Kansas, there is no special office that is designated to collect such records. Warrant Records are basically collected by the local police departments.

In the event that there is an arrest made, the suspect can be informed about his rights under the constitution and he can then opt for professional legal representation. If the suspect is in custody, he can also choose to give his statement willingly so that all charges against him can be removed. This statement will be helpful in retrieving those records which are considered as criminal in nature. However, if the person is not charged and is able to prove his innocence, he may ask for dismissal of the case against him. He will be asked to produce the original copy of the arrest warrant so that the court can see the content of the warrant when deciding on his request for relief.

Warrant Records in Wyandotte County Kansas contain information regarding arrests and searches conducted. A warrant is issued when a person is arrested and there is probable cause to do so. Proving this probable cause can be done through investigations or from fingerprints collected from crime scenes. The Warrant Records in Wyandotte County Kansas record all arrests of a person whether the person is guilty or not. Such records will also reveal the date and location of the arrest.

It is for all practical purposes only that the warrant will be recorded in the court of law. Unless and until it is cancelled by the judge, the warrant will remain on the person’s permanent record. The person in question, upon arrest for the first time, may request to cancel the warrant. The request must state reasons why the warrant should be cancelled. Failure to comply with the request for cancellation may result in the cancellation of the warrant.

The warrant records are public information and are usually accessible by any member of the public. However, prior to accessing the public record of a person’s warrant, he must first inform the clerk of court of the address of where the warrant is located. If the person is being investigated for a serious crime, he should get in touch with the police for information regarding his warrant. Failure to do so may put his life in danger.

In Kansas, criminal records are required to be filed within three years. This requirement may be extended to five years in special circumstances. In special circumstances, criminal cases are sealed or destroyed after the investigation process. This is so to prevent the person involved from being able to manipulate or destroy the information pertaining to the person’s previous criminal offenses.

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