Osage County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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When you launch an arrest warrant search in Osage County, KS you don’t have to worry about receiving details on detentions that exclusively occurred under the provisions of judicial orders. Not only will you be told about all arrests in the background of the subject but also you will get the low down on all detention decrees that were put to use against this person.

For instance, bench warrants which also call for arrests are rarely used by tribunals with criminal jurisdictions unless the defendant fails to show up in court and has to be recaptured to stand trial. Generally, it is common place to see these orders being used by civil courts in cases of disobedience.

However, because they are also served by the cops and issued by the judiciary, you will find information about them with both departments. On the same note, when a detention occurs the police maintain arrest records pertaining to it. The judiciary is also pulled into the loop of information when the Osage County active warrant is returned to its source.

In fact, the official record keeping wing of the judiciary- the office of the county clerk also keeps information on civil litigations. The department is always willing to offer information from their legal database to the public. To use this facility or the services of other state agencies to get information on outstanding warrants, you can go to:

  • Law enforcement agency: 131 W 14th, Lyndon, Kansas 66451
  • The county magistrate: 717 Topeka Ave, Lyndon, KS 66451
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 265, Lyndon, Kansas 66451

Of the 230 plus crimes that are reported in Osage County, Kansas, almost 15% can be clubbed into the violent crimes category. In the last few years, there has been a growth of over 50% in this crime category. At the same time, the average of reported crime swelled by over 30%.