So, you are all set to conduct a Kit Carson County arrest warrant search, but do you know about the state agencies and the online options available for such inquiries? You probably answered that question with a query of your own, why not just go to the police? You are damn right; the sheriff’s department is a veritable treasure trove of information on criminal happenings in the area and CO.
So, from a list of the county’s most wanted to generic crime statistics and from Kit Carson County arrest records to outstanding warrants, you stand to gain information on all of these and more from the law enforcement office. However, is this going to be enough?
What if the purpose behind conducting such an investigation is to take a call on the suitability of a potential business partner? Would it then not make sense to have information on the civil litigations being heard against the subject as well along with the details on the arrests and active warrants in his background?
For such a detailed inquiry, you need only walk into the office of the county clerk or the magistrate. While the latter can provide details on summons, subpoenas and bench warrants, the former can get you some serious dirt on your subject because they keep court dockets for all tribunals in the area.
This means that if the subject has been dragged to court by an estranged spouse or a even a disgruntled customer, you will know about it. Would you not say that this information can prove to be vital when making decisions that are predominantly financial in nature? Fortunately, the justice complex can be reached easily along with the other agencies discussed in this article at:
- The sheriff’s: 251 16th St, Ste 302, Burlington, Colorado 80807
- The magistrate’s: 251 16th St, Burlington, CO 80807
- The county clerk’s: PO Box 249, Burlington, Colorado 80807
The police of Kit Carson County, Colorado have to deal with nearly 150 cases per year of which, about 6% are against violent criminal acts. Also, nearly half the incidents occur within a mile of the victim’s home or workplace. To add to the concerns of the residents, there was a growth of nearly 70% seen in the number of violent occurrences.