(SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kan.) — The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office and several area police departments clear dozens of warrants in the county’s latest warrant sweep. On October 12, the office took part in the 8th Annual National Family Violence Warrant Apprehension Detail.
This year’s program involved more than 150 law enforcement agencies nationwide and focused on clearing warrants for people wanted in family violence matters.
Other agencies that took part include the police departments in Bel Aire, Derby, Park City, Wichita, Maize and Haysville, along with the Kansas State Parole office.
Those agencies made 192 attempts to serve family violence warrants. 43 people were arrested, clearing 54 warrants.
The Sheriff’s Office says information from the community can help law enforcement track down wanted felons. There are several ways citizens can submit information about wanted persons.