Kingman County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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A Kingman County, KS arrest warrant search is one of the simplest ways to gather a massive amount of crime related data available in the name of the subject. Because such inquiries are run through law enforcement as well as judicial databases, the applicant stands to find details on not just criminal matters but also civil cases. However, you will need to choose the agency you approach with care if you are looking for specific type of information.

Let us take the example of the police; the office of the sheriff can tell you about the most wanted list and if you subject figures in it, they can also reveal information about past arrest records in the name of this individual, any active warrants from Kingman County against him and crime statistics for the area.

On the other hand, the magistrate’s court can take things one step further by not just offering details on arrests and Kingman County outstanding warrants but also on other legal instruments sought against an offender. This includes the whole gamut of judicial orders, from subpoenas issued to call in witnesses to summons issued to command the presence of a defendant in court and even bench warrants that are released for the arrests of people accused of skipping town after getting bail.

A few other agencies that can also offer information on Kingman County arrest records and warrants have been listed below. To get in touch with them, you will either have to visit in person or contact them through mail. Expect to pay a small fee for the warrant search.

  • The sheriff’s department: 120 Spruce St, Kingman, Kansas 67068
  • The magistrate’s court: 130 Spruce St, Kingman, KS 67068
  • The county clerk’s office: As above

Of the 100 odd criminal incidents that are reported in Kingman County, Kansas per annum about 11 are instances of violent crime. Of these cases, about 9 are assaultsand 1 to 2 reports are filed against rape. Between 2002 and 2008,there were no cases of homicide. Yet, there was a growth of almost 70% in violent crime rates.