An arrest warrant search from Kearney County, NE will get you details on misdemeanor as well as felony charges. Unless the infraction that the subject is being accused of is quite trivial, such as a petty violation of civic ordinances, you will find out about the criminal matters initiated against the subject through such an investigation. In fact, these inquiries and their results are designed to provide information on all criminal transgressions on the subject’s record.
So, you will not just be told about the active warrants from Kearney County that were issued against him but also arrests made under the provisions of these orders, the judicial handling of the case and eventual sentencing and incarceration. This is how every crime charge on file will be tackled. So, even if the subject was involved in criminal misdoing years ago, you will find out about these through an arrest warrant search.
It should be noted at this point that although three agencies in the state’s justice folds offer information on Kearney County arrest records and outstanding warrants; you cannot find FBI crime data through these departments. In fact, the central law enforcement agency will only allow statutorily authorized applicants to access this information.
The state agencies that will entertain requests for information on arrests and active warrants from Kearney County are:
- Law enforcement: PO Box 185, Minden, Nebraska 68959
- Judiciary: 424 N. Colorado, Minden, NE 68959
- County clerk: PO Box 339, Minden, Nebraska 68959
You can either visit them in person or write to them. In both cases, a small processing fee will have to be incurred which will be charged on a per warrant search basis. The results will generally be handed over immediately if the applicant approaches the agency in person and in a few weeks if the inquiry form is sent by mail.
The violent crime rate of Kearney County, Nebraska is 5% of the annual crime total, which stands at approximately 100 incidents. In the eight years from 2001 to 2008, there has been a rise of almost 80% in violent crimes.