Thomas County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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An arrest warrant search in Thomas County, KS can be conducted by just about anybody who is interested in crime history information. Inquiries on arrests and active warrants can be used to get a personal background report or to find the criminal transgressions recorded in the name of a third party. Depending on the type of search launched, you may be given access to complete or limited crime data.

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  • The police: 225 N Court Ave, Colby, Kansas 67701
  • The judiciary: 300 N Court Ave, Colby, KS 67701
  • The clerk of court: As above

In Thomas County, Kansas, the police receive no less than 250 complaints per year. Of the cases registered, nearly 8% are against violent criminal matters. In the violent crimes category , assaults have the highest occurrence rate of almost 17 incidents per annum while in case of property crimes thefts have the highest frequency with an annual average in the vicinity of150 incidents.