Russell County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Pursuant to the criminal laws of the KS, an arrest warrant search in Russell County is the right of all citizens. This means that you could inquire about the active warrants and arrest records in the name of a new acquaintance just as much as a major corporation that is seeking a crime history report on a potential employee.

To access information on Russell County arrests and active warrants, you will need to get in touch with one of the agencies listed below:

  • The police: 210 E 4th St, Russell, Kansas 67665
  • The judiciary: 401 N Main St, Russell, KS 67665
  • The clerk of court: As above

All three state departments are not just involved in some way with the process of issuing arrest warrants in Russell County but also they have similar protocols on the procedure followed for the dissemination of information pertaining to crime history. The sheriff’s office in your area will be able to furnish details on arrests as well as outstanding warrants.

Similarly, the office of the magistrate will be able to tell you about bench and active warrants, summons and subpoenas. As far as the office of the county clerk goes, this agency can handle inquiries pertaining to arrest records, outstanding warrants as well as civil litigations. They manage the repository of court dockets which is essentially a collection of facts from all cases heard by the local tribunals.

In order to conduct an arrest warrant search through the agencies listed above, you will need to visit their office in person, send in your attorney for the inquiry or write to the concerned department. Except for the clerk of court’s office, which only charges for printed reports, the other two agencies do levy a small fee on such inquiries.

150 criminal complaints are filed in Russell County, Kansas every year. Fortunately, most of these incidents are property related with violent crimes logging in an average of just 12%. Annually, about 17 complaints are filed against homicide, rapes and murders. In contrast, thefts contribute a massive 80 cases to the annual total.