Reno County, Kansas arrest warrants are nowhere to be found on the internet and only the state agencies that keep information on these judicial orders are to be blamed for this. Of course, there is a logical reason given by the judiciary and law enforcement for keeping this information on active warrants for arrests away from the realms of the Cyber World.
Because information on outstanding warrants from Reno County that have yet to be served can be used by unscrupulous elements to escape away from the talons of the law, both the judiciary and law enforcement need to be cautious about how this data is disseminated and to whom it is offered.
To this effect, most of the state agencies will require an applicant to visit in person or send their warrant search request through mail. This way a check will have to be sent with the inquiry petition which would offer enough details about the person initiating the search.
These offices can provide a range of data in response to an inquiry; everything from a most wanted list to the court dockets for a specific case and from arrest records of people serving time in the state correctional facilities to details on civil matters that a person is involved in.
In fact, the additional information alone makes a warrant search through these government departments well worth the effort. Although you can get crime history related details from third party websites, they have no way to offer the ancillary information offered by the government agencies. Yet, it cannot be denied that an online inquiry is undoubtedly more convenient than actually driving down to the office of the department. For an ‘in-person’ inquiry, head over to:
- The police: 210 W 1st, Hutchinson, Kansas 67501
- The county clerk: 206 West 1st Street, Hutchinson, Kansas 67501
- The court of the magistrate: 206 W 1st Ave, Hutchinson, KS 67501
From 1999 to 2008, there has been an alarming rise in the crime rates of Reno County, KS. This growth was observed in all crime categories across the board. Violent crime showed a rise of nearly 90% while the increase in the number of overall criminal occurrences was comparatively modest at 60%. At the time of writing this article, almost 2000 criminal complaints were being filed in the area every year.