In Brown County, Kansas, from 2002 through 2008 there were almost 1,400 reported crimes, 156 of them violent. Of the 200 or so crimes per year in the ounty, there is, on average, one 1 murder, close to twenty rapes, and hundreds and hundreds of thefts.
In terms of a warrant search, the Brown County Sheriff has a terrific site that provides a great deal of useful information on outstanding warrants.On their homepage, it states, “Proactive law enforcement for safer communities”, which sounds a bit like a motto for stopping crimes and criminals before anything happens.It is obvious that the sheriff’s office has put a great deal of time and effort into constructing a truly helpful and user-friendly website.
From the homepage of the sheriff’s site, by clicking on “Agency Data” and then selecting “Outstanding Warrants” from the pull-down menu, you will arrive at a page with a list of outstanding warrants for Brown County, KS.Both names and aliases are provided.The sheriff posts the active warrant information to help execute warrants and to encourage those with active warrants for their arrest to turn themselves in.
The sheriff makes it clear that only law enforcement officers are to take action on outstanding warrants, because attempting arrests of felons may prove harmful or deadly for the individual attempting the arrest.People with information on suspects at large should contact the Brown County sheriff at 785-742-7125.
The other Brown County resource for arrest records and warrants is the Brown County District Court, located in the Brown County Courthouse at 601 Oregon, PO Box 417, Hiawatha, KS 66434-0417.The office phone number is 785-742-7481 and the fax number is 785-742-3506.Inquiries regarding arrest warrants and arrests will likely be referred to the Clerk of Court in Brown County, KS.