Scott County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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For an arrest warrant search in Scott County, KS, you could simply walk into the office of the local sheriff’s department. However, this will not be an option for anybody who has an active warrant to his/her name. Since applicants who are seeking details on arrests records are asked to produce some form of identification, they do risk arrests if authorities find detention orders against them.

Not only are outstanding warrants from Scott County, which are issued in connection with criminal matters a problem, but also you will be in trouble if a civil tribunal or a family court has issued arrest warrants against you. So, if you are going to the cops for your investigation on a third party, you need to be absolutely sure that you have a pristine record.

Although it is also possible to initiate a warrant search for Scott County through judicial offices such as that of the clerk of court and the local tribunals, they too follow the same procedure. You will be required to contact the agency of your choosing in person, fill out a warrant search request form and provide the reason for the inquiry as well as information about yourself.

If you are not too keen on going through this arduous process, you could simply look for arrest warrants online. To do this, fill out the form above. If you want to get in touch with a state agency, check out your options below:

  • The sheriff: 602 West 5th Street, Scott City, Kansas 67871
  • The magistrate: 303 Court St, Scott City, KS 67871
  • The clerk of court: As above

A few over 750 criminal reports are taken to the police of Scott County, Kansas each year and only about 10% of these are violent. Given the low number of violent criminal incidents, one would have expected the police to be keen on maintaining these levels. However, in the last few years the number of violent criminal incidents has grown by almost 50%.