Anderson County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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Launching an arrest warrant search in Anderson County, KS will get you a complete crime background report on your subject. This means you can get details on the arrests that this person was subjected to along with information on any charges filed subsequently. You will, of course, be told about any outstanding warrants that exists in the police database against this individual.

Apart from this, you also stand to gain details on the verdict issued in various criminal matters heard against the subject and the sentencing carried out. You can also find out about the period of incarceration, the facility at which the felon was being held, the release dates and if this individual was let out after the completion of the sentence or on parole.

You can also learn more about offenders who have been put on probation through such an inquiry, and there is more from where that comes. If you get in touch with the office of the magistrate, you will also be told about the other judicial provisions apart from Anderson County active warrants which are available in the court dockets database against the person you are investigating. Everything from subpoenas to summons issued by criminal and civil courts and even bench warrants can be found through this office. Similarly, the office of the county clerk can shed light on the civil matters initiated in the local courts by or against this person. To get details on Anderson County arrest records and warrants, go to:

  • The sheriff’s department: 135 East 5th Avenue, Garnett, Kansas 66032
  • The magistrate’s court: 100 E 4th Ave, Garnett, KS 66032
  • The county clerk’s office: As above

In about 50% of the criminal cases filed in Anderson County, Kansas, the victim is very close to his home or office when he/she is targeted. The annual average of overall crime stands at about 180 incidents of which about 10% are violent. So about 16 complaints are filed against assault, homicide and rapes each year.