Cass County, Missouri Arrest Records and Warrants
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If you are not in the habit of looking for information on arrest warrants from Cass County, Missouri, you are jeopardizing the safety of your business and loved ones. Given the ever increasing number of crime figures across the country, this safety measure is absolutely essential when allowing a new acquaintance into your home or workplace.
If you would like to discreetly snoop into the past of a person you have just met, there are two options to undertake a warrants search in his/her name. If you are willing to put in some amount of leg work, try any one of the agencies mentioned below. These state departments have records pertaining to all judicial matters initiated in Cass County.
So, whether you are looking for information on active warrants or prior arrest records in the name of a person, these offices will certainly be able to help. In fact the county clerk's office also has a provision for self inquiries wherein an applicant can simply use a public service terminal at the local justice center to look for records in the court dockets database.
To connect with local law enforcement or judiciary for information on Cass outstanding warrants, use the contact information given below:
- Police: 2501 West Mechanic, Suite 100, Harrisonville, Missouri 64701
- The court: 102 E Wall St, Harrisonville, MO 64701
- The clerk of court: Same as above
You will have to pay a small fee to get the warrant search done whether you want to access the records kept by a state agency or would like to enlist the help of a third party information seller online. For the latter, you can use the form given on top of this page.
The sheriff's office of Cass County, MO receives nearly 2000 criminal complaints every year. Of these, just about 6.5% of the cases are filed in matters of a violent nature. The most common crime category is property related with incidents of theft and robbery clocking in nearly 1700 incidents per annum. Through the ten year period, from 1999 to 20008, there was a growth of almost 70% in the incident figures of violent and reported crime.