Saline County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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By exercising due caution when releasing arrest warrants in Saline County, Kansas the judiciary is ensuring that the constitutional rights of the alleged offender are not ignored. However, once probable cause is established, the judge will immediately sign the arrest order. This directive is then sent to the court services division of the local police station from where it finds its way to the FBI as well.

En route, information on the active warrant for arrests is also captured by the office of the clerk of court that maintains the court dockets repository. So, a warrant search can be undertaken by any of these agencies when a civilian applicant needs information on arrest orders issued in the area. In response to such an inquiry, you will be offered details on active orders for arrest as well as bench warrants.

The difference in these two is that while the former is issued in matters that are felonious, bench orders are used when an offender has to be captured for disobeying a court order. Both arrest orders are served by the police. However, while bench orders have limited jurisdiction in terms of time and geography, outstanding warrants from Saline County can be served in any part of the county, the state or the nation and at any time whether it is day or night.

When it comes to keeping arrest records, these are maintained for all detentions whether they occur under the provisions of a warrant or not. Some of the state agencies that maintain data on arrest warrants are:

  • The police: 251 N 10th St, Salina, Kansas 67401
  • The county clerk: PO Box 5040, Salina, Kansas 67401
  • The court of the magistrate: 300 W Ash St, Salina, KS 67401

The crime rate of Saline County, KS would not be considered too bad by some given the fact that less than 3000 crimes occur in this area annually. However, violent crime figures have swollen by almost 25% from 1999 to 2008 and this is giving residents sleepless nights. At the time of writing this article, almost 300 criminal complaints were being filed annually against violent crimes.

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