The sheriff’s office as well as the local judicial agencies are always willing to help people interested in a Johnson County, Missouri warrant search. However, to get in touch with state agency that can offer information on arrest warrants, you will need to drive down to the office of the appropriate government department.
At least with the police and the office of the magistrate, the applicant will have to show up in person to fill the search request form. However, with the department of the Johnson county clerk, you can mail in your request. Yet, it is highly recommended that you visit this agency office in person as the county clerk’s team records the court dockets and they allow people to browse through the database of these records by using the public service terminals at the local justice center.
If an online search for active warrants from Johnson County appeals to you more, try using the form given on top of this page. Offering the information requested will get you access to a database of arrest records that is maintained by a non-government entity. Because the information on the site is sought from government sources, there is certainly no need to doubt the veracity of the information.
For people who are interested in generic crime details as opposed to a background report on a specific individual, it would be best to approach the sheriff’s office. In fact, there is a lot of information available on the official website of the sheriff. For instance, a most wanted list is posted at MWhttp://jocomosheriff.org/wanted.php.
The three agencies listed below will also be able to provide details on the issue of other legal instruments apart from Johnson County outstanding warrants . For example, you could find records on bench warrants, search orders and summons as well from these sources.
- Police: 278 SW 871, Centerview, Missouri 64019
- The court: 101 W Market St, Warrensburg, MO 64093
- The clerk of court: PO Box 32, 300 North Holden Street Warrensburg, Missouri 64093
Less than 10,000 criminal complaints were filed in Johnson County, MO between 1999 and 2008. Through this period, each year, an estimated 900 criminal incidents transpired in the area of which nearly half occurred when the victim was close to his home or place of work. Also during this interval, there was a growth of almost 50% in the rates of violent and overall crime.