Stevens County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Stevens County, KA arrest warrant searches are offered with the aim of helping people learn about criminals who are on the run from the law and also those offenders who have served their sentences. These investigations are designed to help community members take a call on whether they should associate with people they don’t know too well.

Inquiries on arrest warrants also bring back details on Stevens County arrest records. So, you will know about the number of times and the circumstances under which an individual was taken into custody. This information can help the applicant to establish if the subject is habituated to committing criminal offenses. Details on Stevens County outstanding warrants will give you the heads up on whether the risk of arrests lurks in the future of this individual.

Further information such as the verdict of the criminal case initiated against the subject and the sentencing carried out will tell you about how safe it is to forge an alliance with the person in question. In fact, if you get in touch with the office of the sitting judge, you can also get details on criminal summons and bench warrants.

The office of the county clerk can be approached for information on Stevens County active warrants and arrests along with details on the civil cases in which the subject is a litigant. These agencies will charge a small fee for conducting the warrant search but you can get a formal background report from them. For this, be prepared to drive down to or write to:

  • The police: 510 S Monroe, Hugoton, Kansas 67951
  • The judiciary: 200 E 6th St, Hugoton, KS 6795
  • The clerk of court: As above

Annually, the police of Stevens County, Kansas handle about 130 criminal complaints and about 10% of these cases are of a violent nature. Moreover, there was a rise of almost 70% in the rates of violent crime and an increase of nearly 50% in reported crimes over the last few years.