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How To Perform a Kansas Warrant Search

It is important to know if there is an active or outstanding warrant set in your name. You can receive a Kansas warrant for various reasons. If a warrant is left unresolved then it can lead to much more serious criminal charges in Kansas. Below are some important reasons for performing a Kansas warrant search.

  • There may be a warrant issued by the court for failing to attend a proceeding.
  • The court can make a warrant for a parking offense.
  • It could be for a criminal activity for which the police suspect your involvement. If they do, they can have the court issue a warrant against you.

All of these, among other instances, make it essential that you know if you have an outstanding warrant in your name.

Kansas Warrant Search

Searching For a Warrant In Kansas

You may need to search for a warrant, not only for yourself but for someone else as well. You may want to do a background check for the people around you, like a neighbor or a work colleague. You being in any nexus with them can be bad for yourself. That creates the need to search for a warrant for anyone else you might know.

In Kansas, warrants do not expire unless the police apprehend the suspect or the suspect dies. So, to search for a warrant in your name, a visit to the police department or the sheriff’s office might suffice. They allow you to know if you have an outstanding arrest or bench warrant for any civil or criminal offence.

Contacting the Kansas Police or Sheriff’s Office

The police department or the sheriff’s office can also be called via telephone. They can help you by getting a search conducted. They will ask for your name and date of birth. This separates each record in their database. Hence, they can brief you if you are wanted by the law.

A safe way is to use your attorney. They can easily perform a warrant search on your behalf. However, their search may be limited only to the county you’re in. You still have to find the same information from other counties in the state you are living. This is where online warrant searches come in.

Using Online Resources to Find Kansas Warrants

Online search for active warrants has been enabled by the state. This allows a wider access to the public and ensure easy tipping of wanted offenders. A warrant database is public information. Hence, anyone can perform internet searches on public records websites. That enables you to search warrants and any offense records in your own name as well as anyone else. Warrants vary from county to county and state to state. Due to this, the search also allows you to look for records for each specific county and across Kansas.

This can be of great help in knowing about a warrant in your name. Dealing with it in a much safer way is possible. A personal brushing up with the law could lead to an upfront arrest if you are wanted. If you search online, you can have your attorney deal with it while you avoid jail time.

Remember that authorities revise warrants. So even if you live in a different county or state altogether, still, you remain eligible to serve them. Thus, the online check helps in knowing any active warrants that must be served.

Do I Have a Warrant in Kansas?

To find out if you have a Kansas warrant you can inquire with the relevant county courthouse clerk, the county sheriff department or use an online public records website to search the status of a Kansas warrant.

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31 responses to “Kansas Warrant Search

    1. We did not get any hits in our Kansas warrant database for your Failure to Appear. If this is a recent Kansas warrant there is a chance that this isn’t available to public record databases yet. Your best bet is to verify this with the Kansas county courthouse clerk where you were supposed to appear. Sometimes you can reschedule your appearance and avoid the bench warrant.

    1. You will want to contact the issuing Kansas state or county agency that issued the warrant. Typically a court or sheriff department will issue warrants for a person’s arrest or bench warrants for a non-appearance or not paying the fines, penalties and fees associated with the warrant. You might also consider hiring legal counsel to mitigate your situation depending on the severity.

      How To Resolve an Outstanding Warrant

      1. Contact the county court clerk to setup an arraignment
      2. Schedule the bench warrant hearing before being arrested
      3. Setup a time to turn yourself into the relevant authorities
      4. Prepare to setup bail prior to turning yourself in
      6. Prepare to have funds ready to pay your fines & penalties
      6. Talk to an attorney to help you if needed

  1. My only qestion is. Why can’t they just update there public records like once a week at the very least?

    1. Many times the delay in reporting of Kansas public records is due to the managing agency being back-logged in their reporting. This reporting delay can vary from state to state and agency to agency. You can always petition your local state or government agency to increase the availability and timeliness of their public record reporting.

    1. Amber, we don’t show any active KS warrants for you in our Kansas criminal records database. If you have a missed KS court appearance or unpaid fees or fines then you might want to reach out to the relevant courthouse clerk and inquire about any rescheduling or payments that need to be made

    1. We ran your name through our Kansas criminal record database Kevan and did not find anything active for you. We also tried searching using common misspellings of your name and nothing came up

    1. Ryan, we have multiple listings for people with your first and last name in our Kansas criminal records database. Can you also confirm your middle name and age so we can verify these records to see if you have any active warrants in Kansas?

    1. We do show an active warrant for a Tracy Jean Murphy in Kansas related to a drug charge but we don’t show the issued date of this record. You can confirm the details of this KY warrant record by contacting your local sheriff or police department.

  2. Hi I supposedly had a warrant for an unpaid ticket from when I lived in Kansas years ago. I’ve been unable to get help by phone and have been unable to locate anything online. Can you please help.

    1. Thuron, we don’t show anything active in Kansas with your name on it. You might also want to check with the traffic court where your bench warrant was issued. You can always reach out to them via email if you can’t get though on the phone.

      Kansas Bench Warrant Search

      To find out if you have a Kansas bench warrant for failure to appear in court or an unpaid traffic violation you can contact the Kansas courthouse clerk where your court case took place. They will be able to let you know if you have an open Kansas bench warrant and how to take care of the fees and fines and reschedule any missed court dates.

  3. Son was pulled over and advised of a warrant in Wyandotte County Kansas. He is not aware of any warrants. Name Hugh Joseph Baker

    1. Kimberly, our records don’t indicate there are any active warrants for a Hugh Joseph Baker in Kansas however, there is another person with the same first and last name, but different middle name, that we show as having an open KY warrant. If this is thought to be related to an unpaid traffic citation or missed court appearance then you might have Hugh check with his local county courthouse to see if there is a pending bench warrant for him

    1. We only show a warrant for a Tasha Nicole Bickett in Utah but nothing is listed in our Kansas criminal records database.

  4. my name is Donna Lee Hewitt 57 yrs. old. i would like to inquire about any podsible warrants i may have in kansas can you check for me please.

    1. We do show some felony charges however we don’t see any warrants. If you have violated any probation or parole then you might be in jeopardy of having a warrant issued for you however, you can find out more about that scenario by contacting your probation or parole officer.

Author: SQAdmin
Last Updated: October 28, 2019

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