Seward County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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A Seward County, Kansas warrant search would entail submitting a formal petition for information on the subject. Through this request form, you will be offering information on yourself as well as the subject of your inquiry. Typically, people are asked to provide their name and contact details when filing a petition for all inquiries on arrest warrants.

When it comes to subject details, these are name based inquiries. So, if you have information like the name of the person you are investigating, his age, race, address and a social security number, it should not take you long to find information on all arrest records and active warrants issued against him.

In fact, if you are willing to spend some time at the local justice center, you can even browse the court dockets database kept for criminal and civil tribunals. This service is offered by the clerk of court’s department.

Of course, you can also walk into the office of the agency and request them to conduct the search for you. However, while the first approach will cost you nothing, for the latte, you will have to pay a small fee for information on Seward County outstanding warrants for arrests.

The most wanted list put up by the police is also information that can be accessed without charge. The best part is that the information on the criminals who have active warrants from Seward County to their name should be enough to conduct generic crime inquiries.

  • The sheriff’s department: 501 N Washington, Liberal, Kansas 67901
  • The magistrate’s court: 415 N Washington Ave, Liberal, KS 67901
  • The county clerk’s office: 415 North Washington, Liberal, Kansas 67901

An estimated 1300 criminal complaints are filed in Seward County, KS each year and nearly 120 of these are against violent acts of crime. Through the seven years that concluded in 2008, there has been a reduction of nearly 70% in the rate of reported crime and a drop of 30% was seen in the incident figures of violent criminal instances.