Elk County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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The system followed for an arrest warrant search in Elk County, KS is similar to that used in other parts of the state for the dissemination of crime related data. Details pertaining to active warrants and arrest records are seldom released over the phone or even through fax. This leaves the applicant with only two likely choices when seeking crime background checks; they can either visit the offices of local law enforcement and judiciary or write to them.

In both situations, the applicant is not only providing information on the subject but also about himself/herself. This can be dangerous if there is an outstanding warrant from Elk County to his name. It would also not make sense to seek information on the arrest warrants to your name by sending a friend to conduct the inquiry as this can be deemed as abetting a criminal.

So, if you believe that there may be an active warrant from Elk County against you, use the form above. This is linked to a privately maintained database that will get you crime related information from all over the country. This is a paid service. However, even state agencies will charge you a fee to initiate a warrant search on your behalf. If you do not have any criminal misdoings in your past, you can seek information on arrests and warrants from the agencies listed below:

  • The Police: 100 N Cedar, Howard, Kansas 67349
  • The court: 127 S Pine St, Howard, KS 67349
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 476, Howard, Kansas 67349

On an average, about 70 criminal incident reports are filed with the police of Elk County, Kansas, every year. Through the 4 years, starting in 2005 and going up to 2008, there was a stupendous drop in the crime rates of the area. Violent criminal incident figures plunged by a massive 600% plus. Additionally, there was a drop of almost 150% in the figures of overall crime.