Allen County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Allen County arrest warrant searches are used by civilians and commercial entities looking to reassure themselves of the past of an individual they are involved with somehow. These inquiries are conducted by the dozens each day in KS, and they bring back details on all criminal matters in the name of the subject.

You can approach three agencies when you want details on Allen County arrest records and active warrants; these include the judiciary and the police. If you go to the sheriff’s office to look for details on arrest warrants, you can also find the list of the area’s most wanted. This is put up on all notice boards across police stations in the county to ensure maximum exposure.

The office of the clerk of court, which is responsible for the preparation of the court dockets and for storing these in a central repository, can also be approached for crime history data. Because a deputy of the clerk of court sits through all tribunal sessions, this department has information about criminal and non-criminal matters.

The court of the magistrate, while last on our list, is certainly not the least. This is the judicial entity that enjoys the authority to issue all court orders, including outstanding warrants for arrests, summons, bench warrants, and more. So, you can find information on all of these through the office of the judge. To connect with these agencies, try the contact details listed below.

  • The sheriff: 1 North Washington, PO Box 433, Iola, Kansas 66749-0433
  • The magistrate: 210 S National Ave, Fort Scott, KS 66701
  • The clerk of court: 1 North Washington Street, Iola, Kansas 66749

Allen County, Kansas, has an annual crime rate of over 400 cases. This is set to increase given the rise of over 50% in the number of violent crimes and an increase of almost 30% in the reported criminal activity. Overall, nearly 10% of all criminal cases are found to be of a violent nature.