Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office Activates Online Search

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Sheriff Brian C. Hill says the sheriff’s office now has a search warrant online.

Citizens now have the opportunity to visit its website and search the database for an active warrant. The purpose of the data held on the website is to encourage the person with the warrant to surrender voluntarily. Another reason is to help solicit public assistance in locating a wanted person.

The Sheriff’s Office says that the accuracy of our web warrant research is of primary concern and that appropriate measures and safeguards have been put in place to ensure its accuracy, but subject to certain technological protocols and procedures. Therefore, there is no reason to be stopped on the sole basis of the information contained in this document. In all cases, warrants must be confirmed with the originating agency before attempting an arrest.

They say warrants are issued and approved throughout the day in accordance with established personnel and information technology (IT) standards, so the information listed should not be used as information “en real time”.

The sheriff’s office also wants to remind the community that all criminals should be considered dangerous.

If you have information on the current location of any of the listed individuals, call Topeka-Shawnee County Crime Stoppers (785-234-0007 or visit here. The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office will not release information about them. Phone arrest warrants If you find that you have an arrest warrant for your arrest, you can go to Shawnee County Corrections.

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