Kay County Oklahoma Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1592)Kay County Police Departments
Blackwell Police Department224 West Blackwell AvenueBlackwellOK74631580-363-5490
Kay County Police Departments
Kaw City Police Department900 Morgan Square WestKawOK74641580-269-2525
Kaw Nation Police Department698 Grandview DriveKawOK74641580-269-2552
Newkirk Police Department106 South Maple AvenueNewkirkOK74647580-362-2414
Newkirk Police Department118 West 7th StreetNewkirkOK74647580-362-2414
Ponca City Police Department200 East Oklahoma AvenuePoncaOK74601580-767-0370
Tonkawa Police Department110 East Noc DriveTonkawaOK74653580-628-2516
Kay County Sheriff Departments
Kay County Sheriff's Office1101 West Dry RoadNewkirkOK74647580-362-2517
Kay County Sheriffs Department / Kay County Jail110 South Maple AvenueNewkirkOK74647580-362-2517
Kay County Probation Department
Corrections Department-Probation205 West Hartford AvenuePoncaOK74601580-765-1603
Kay County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Kay County Child Support Warrants
Kay County Criminal Records
Kay County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Kay County Sex Offender Registry
Kay County Sheriff Website
Ponca City Court Records

Conducting a Criminal Records Check – Warrant Records Are the Secret!

When you’re looking through a criminal court records database, you will more than likely be surprised to find that there are so many types of criminal offense warrants out there. Some warrant searches might lead you directly to the person who is being arrested. Other times, you might see a person’s name connected to an outstanding warrant. These are called links and are important tools when doing background checks on people. Here are some other things to learn about warrant records and arrest warrants.

What is a criminal offense warrant? In plain English, a criminal offense warrant refers to any arrest that was not lawful. For example, if you were to become the victim of a burglary and it turned out that the suspect committed the crime of burglary while intoxicated, you could get a criminal warrant. The same thing goes for if you were to be involved in an accident and the suspect was charged with DUI. A DUI arrest can be considered a criminal offense warrant.

How do warrants help us? Warrants allow law enforcement agents to quickly and easily identify criminals by their records. This allows them to quickly respond to active warrants, bring them before a judge and get their warrants lifted or canceled. It can mean the difference between getting your day in court and having your criminal record expunged.

Do I have to pay to perform a criminal records check? Not necessarily. Many states and federal agencies offer free criminal records checks. These checks can give you access to arrest warrants, public records and more. But you have to ask to see them in order to use them. And then you have to submit to the search in question payment details.

Can I use a public records search? Yes, you can. There are also many private services that allow you to do a criminal records lookup. This means you’ll pay a fee for the service but the prices are very reasonable. So if you’re serious about checking up on someone then this is the way to go.

Can I get other details on a person such as their address history? Yes, you can. You can find out the names of their neighbors, current address, their past addresses and more. And you can even obtain their court history. All these additional details will make your search much more comprehensive.