The Pratt County Sheriff’s Office has a lot of useful information for those doing an arrest warrant search. In Pratt County, there are somewhere around 200 reported crimes each year, a few of which are violent crimes like rape and murder, although most are thefts. You may want information on outstanding warrants or arrest records because of a crime reported in the county in recent years. Still, the county records contain information going back much further than just a few years.
The Pratt County Detention Center Inmate Roster is also accessible from the homepage of the sheriff’s site by clicking on “Inmate Roster.”The list includes incarcerated individuals and a listing of individuals released from custody within the previous 48 hours. Looking through that list may answer questions about who has arrest records in Pratt County, Kansas because they would not be in jail without having been arrested. When arrest warrants have not resulted in the named individual’s arrest, the warrants are considered to be active. Once a person is arrested pursuant to the warrant, it is no longer active. If a person is in jail, it is almost a given that they were arrested, and the arrest may have been brought about by what was once an active warrant.
If an internet search for information related to arrests is not convenient, there are other ways to contact both the Pratt County sheriff and the Pratt County Detention Center about warrants and arrest records.
How can you get a copy of an arrest report or information on outstanding warrants from Pratt County over the phone? (Updated-2021)
- Dial 620-672-4150 for information about recent arrests.
- Dial 620-672-4133 for arrest records and incident reports.
- Dial 620-672-7131 for information on active warrants.
- Dial 620-672-7271 for information of victim’s assistance available from the Pratt County Attorney’s Office.
- Dial 620-672-4100 for starting a criminal case search.
Crime statistics of Pratt County
In 2019, the Pratt Sheriff’s Department dealt with 25 criminal complaints, as opposed to the 32 cases registered in 2018. These included 20 non-violent crimes and 5 violent crimes.
The non-violent crimes category included 5 larceny-thefts, 13 burglaries, and 2 motor vehicle thefts. Of the violent offenses, 4 were aggravated assaults, and 1 was rape.