Pottawatomie County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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Conducting an arrest warrant search in Pottawatomie County, KS does involve a small investment of time and money; however, the results of the inquiry are well worth the effort. Yet, if you are in no mood to put in the legwork, it is always possible to get the inquiry completed through a private agency. These establishments work in a different way than most state departments.

For one, they have no vested interest in the arrests of the criminals listed in the database. So, they will not ask you to furnish details about yourself nor will they be keen on sharing information about their members with local justice agencies. As opposed to this, state departments are quite concerned about the information pertaining to arrest records and outstanding warrants from Pottawatomie County falling into the wrong hands.

So, they insist that applicants show up in person to conduct the inquiry or send in the request through mail. In either case, you will inevitably land up telling the department as much about yourself as the subject. If you are comfortable with this process, you can look at the contact details given below. Do not forget to carry a photo ID along when approaching these agencies.

  • Law enforcement agency: 106 Main St, Westmoreland, Kansas 66549
  • The county magistrate: 207 N 1st St, Westmoreland, KS 66549
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 186, Kansas, Kansas 66549

If the idea of launching an active warrant search online appeals to you more, scroll up to find the form on top of this page. This will get you access to an online database of crime history records including details on arrest warrants from all 50 states. Simply fill the form with the required information and you are good to go.

In Pottawatomie County, Kansas, almost 340 criminal complaints are lodged very year. However, only about 9% of these are violent criminal acts. Property crimes which have an annual incident rate of over 270 cases pose the greatest cause for concern.