Harper County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Both violent and reported criminal activity has shown a marked increase in the state of KA. There are also an increasing number of active warrant issues to combat the rising threat of criminal menace. In fact, this is one of the reasons why several state agencies are now offering the facility to conduct an arrest warrant search in Harper County.

Among the state departments that provide information on outstanding warrants and arrests are the offices of the magistrate and the county sheriff. Their role in the dissemination of crime history is understandable given the fact that both agencies play significant parts in criminal processing, including the issue of Harper County active warrants.

The police department is not just responsible for responding to complaints against crime and making arrests in such matters but also this is the agency that apprises the judiciary of the need for an arrest warrant. In fact, the sheriff’s office is the petitioner at the pre-warrant hearing.

The state prosecution may also send an attorney to this court session. However, the process at this point is pretty straightforward. The police have to prove, on the basis of the evidence they possess, that there is a very strong possibility the crime was committed by the individual in question. As long as the judge can find probable cause, he will issue the detention order. For information on Harper County outstanding warrants and arrest records, you can get in touch with:

  • The sheriff’s department: 115 E Steadman, Anthony, Kansas 67003
  • The magistrate’s court: 201 N Jennings Ave, Anthony, KS 67003
  • The county clerk’s office: As above

With a crime rate of about 70 incidents per annum, it is no wonder that Harper County, Kansas finds itself in the list of the state’s low crime areas. However, it may not be able to maintain this position given the rise of almost 75% in overall criminal activity and an increase of almost 50% in violent crimes.