Pawnee County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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An arrest warrant search from Pawnee County, KS is important because these directives are frequently issued in connection with serious legal transgressions. Add to this the fact that you will not only be able to find out about active warrants through such an inquiry but also about the arrest records in the name of the subject.

In fact, when you initiate a search for the active warrants issued against a person, you will be told about all types of charges filed in his/her name, this includes misdemeanors as well as felonies and driving and civil ordinance related offenses. As part of the background report, applicants will be given access to details on the accusations filed against the subject, the court verdict on the matter and sentencing.

To find information on Pawnee County outstanding warrants, you can go to one of the agencies mentioned below. These offices play a part in the procedure used for the release of arrest warrants and other legal directives such as search orders and even bench orders for arrests. While the police petitions the tribunal for search and seizure wants, the judiciary sanctions the issue of these directives.

The office of the county clerk imparts the role of a records keeper. They are in charge of maintaining the court dockets for various tribunal sessions including those held at the civil courts in the area. To get your warrant search underway, you will need to fill out a form by visiting the agency office personally or send this document to them through mail.

  • Law enforcement agency: 116 W 8th St, Larned, Kansas 67550
  • The county magistrate: 715 Broadway St, Larned, KS 67550
  • The clerk of court: As above

There has been a slight downward movement in the crime rates of Pawnee County, Kansas in recent years as overall criminal activity showed a decline of almost 20%. Despite this, about 240 criminal complaints are lodged with the local police and an estimated 13% of these are filed in violent criminal matters.