Offender Registration Unit and Warrant Division
Deputy Travis Elder
The Sheriff's Office receives hundreds of arrest warrants each month from the District Court, and assists other local, state and federal agencies in the service of their warrants within the county as well.
The Butler County Sheriff's Office has created our "Most Wanted" page. This page lists some of our warrants in hopes that those viewing the site may help find these people. You can visit the "Most Wanted" page by clicking here or clicking the link on the left side of your page. If you know where someone on this page is located, call the Sheriff's Office at (316) 322-4254 or at (800) 794-0190. You can also email tips to firstname.lastname@example.org. ATTENTION: This site contains possible active warrants that are held by the Butler County Sheriff's Office. This list is not to be used as a confirmation or probable cause that any warrant is active. Information contained herein should not be relied upon for any type of legal action. Warrants can only be confirmed through personal contact with Butler County Emergency Communications, the Butler County Jail and/or the Butler County Sheriff's Office. If you know the whereabouts of any wanted person, do not take action on your own!
The Kansas Registered Offender Act has been ammended. Click the PDF file to read details of how these changes may apply to you.
Over the past few years legislation has stepped up increasing requirements and duties for Kansas Sheriff's Office's related to registering sexual, violent, and drug offenders. Recently Kansas introduced even more stringent registration requirements for these offenders in the interests of public safety and keeping the community informed.
The Sheriff's Office works to register these offenders and also monitor their activities and information to ensure that they are compliant with their reporting. With the recent addition of the OffenderWatch program, the Sheriffs Office is committed to keeping its citizens informed of Registered Offender activity through the use of the service below: