Like most of the other geographical divisions of the state, Leavenworth County, Kansas arrest warrants cannot be found online. Since the sheriff’s department, the office of the clerk of court and the magistrate all expect applicants to show up in person for warrant search inquiries, people who do not want to take the trouble of going down to these offices have no other option but to avail the services of private record vendors.
Most of these third party databases are kept online and organizations that manage them charge a small fee for granting access to these repositories. The mode used for the dissemination of the data is a search tool that browses through the entire database finding arrest records and outstanding warrants issued all across the country in the name of the subject.
While the results of your inquiry will be exhaustive; this is a name based warrant search. What this means is that only one query parameter has been used to get results and information about all people who have the same name as your subject will be reflected in the response. In contrast, even a most wanted list provide by the local police will have a picture of the accused along with other identifying details.
Similarly the information that you get on Leavenworth County active warrants for arrests from the office of the sheriff or the magistrate will be more pertinent. When you approach the clerk of court’s department, you will also be given access to the civil court dockets. So, when you go through official agencies, the data you get will be limited to Leavenworth County but the results will be narrowed down to reflect only those cases that match more than one personal identifier criteria. For a warrant search through state agencies, go to:
- The police: 601 S 3rd Street, Suite 2007, Leavenworth, Kansas 66048-2868
- The county clerk: 300 Walnut Street, Suite 103, Leavenworth, Kansas 66048
- The court of the magistrate: 301 SW 10th Ave, Topeka, KS 66612
The office of the sheriff in Leavenworth County, Kansas gets less than 2500 complaints every year. Of these reports, an estimated 240 are filed against violent criminal matters. The daily average of crime in the area stands at around 6 incidents and in the seven years from 2002 to 2008, there has been a rise of almost 50% in the rate of violent incidents and a spurt of nearly 30% in reported crimes.