How can I find out if I have a warrant for my arrest?

You may contact our Civil Process personnel during normal business hours by calling 785-537-2112 ext. 1904. After providing your full name and date of birth personnel will search our records for you. In some cases, information related to warrants will not be released via the telephone. Additionally, we maintain a list of all warrants on our website as a way to obtain public assistance in identifying persons with an active arrest warrant in the Riley County Police Department's files. Every effort is made to update this list in a timely manner when new warrants are added or listed warrants are no longer active, but this list should not be used as confirmation that a warrant is currently active.

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7. Do arrest or bench warrants expire?
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