Gray County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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For an arrest warrant search in Gray County, KA, you can write to or visit the police department, the county clerk’s office, or the court of the magistrate. Notice how the option of conducting the inquiry online is conspicuously missing from the choices offered. Some feel that state agencies are needlessly reluctant to offer details on arrest records and outstanding warrants over the internet.

However, the apprehension of the state judicial and law enforcement mechanisms is understandable once you see how easily this information can be put to nefarious use. To begin with, it should be stated that arrest warrants from Gray County are perpetual orders. This means that once a detention order is released, it is never really revoked. These decrees are only returned after arrests have been made.

So, if an offender, who has an active warrant from Gray County to his name, finds out about the detention order, he may very well skip town or incorporate other illicit means to keep the hands of the law away. Although the intentions of these justice departments are well-meaning, it is undeniable that these do put a strain on the time and resources of applicants.

So, if you are not too keen on visiting the agencies listed below, try using the form given above this article. This is a means to conduct an internet inquiry into Gray County arrest records and active warrants through a private agency. You will have to pay for the investigation just as you would with a state department.

  • The sheriff’s department: 300 South Main, PO Box 487, Cimarron, Kansas 67835
  • The magistrate’s court: 300 South Main St, Cimarron, KS 67835
  • The county clerk’s office: As above

From 2003 to 2008, only about 110 criminal acts occurred in Gray County, Kansas. This can be used to calculate the annual crime rate of about 20 incidents. Of the cases filed, less than 10% are of a violent nature, which means homicide, rapes, and assault account for no more than 1 case each year.