Butler County Alabama Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(227)Butler County Police Departments
Georgiana Police Department400 East Railroad AvenueGeorgianaAL36033334-376-2222
Butler County Police Departments
Greenville Police Department119 East Commerce StreetGreenvilleAL36037334-382-7461
Mckenzie Police Department8 Main StreetMcKenzieAL36456334-374-2311
Butler County Sheriff Departments
Butler County Sheriff's Office202 Patsaliga StGreenvilleAL36037334-382-3612
Butler County Sheriffs Department700 Court SqGreenvilleAL36037334-382-6521
Butler County Probation Department
Butler County Juvenile Probation201 South Conecuh StreetGreenvilleAL36037334-382-5443
Butler County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Butler County Child Support Warrants
Butler County Criminal Records
Butler County Most Wanted
Butler County Sheriff's Office Website
Butler County Sheriff's Office Website (Alabama)

The Basics of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Butler County Alabama are considered public information. You are entitled to one free copy of these records per year from the Sheriff. To get a more detailed history about a person, one can also request a criminal background search using a county-by-county searchable database. To get started, just log on to the Internet and search for “warrant records”.

When searching for someone’s records, it is important to know the full legal name of the individual. By doing this, you can cross-reference names with other similar names to see if there is a pattern. If you come across a name that you do not recognize, try to search for it in an online database. Most databases will allow you to search for free and some will even offer limited services such as giving you access to a national level criminal background check database for a small fee. Paying for the information you need will be worth it as it will ensure that you have accurate and up-to-date information about a person’s past.

If the person you want to search has been convicted of a crime, his or her records may be available from the State Criminal Records Registry (SCR). If you are searching for a past conviction, you will find that most counties have a central statewide repository where you can search for any person’s records. Most cities and counties have their own website for this purpose. It is always a good idea to double check the information provided by any source with official government websites to make sure that they are correct. You do not want to deal with a dangerous individual once you have met them.

When conducting your warrant searches, there are several sources from which you can get this information. First you can go directly to the courthouse that issued the warrants. In many counties, you can even obtain arrest warrants online. Second, you can contact the local police department or sheriff’s office. Finally, you can contact a private detective who specializes in obtaining these records.

The results from any of these methods will provide you with some basic information. However, if you want to learn more about the person in question, you need to consider hiring a private investigator. These are experts who are able to obtain much more detailed information using legal techniques. They are also very knowledgeable about any warrants that are outstanding against the person in question.

In many states, it is legal to personally search for the warrant if you are the person in question. It is important to remember that these warrants are public record and anyone can obtain access to them. This means that not even your closest friends and family are privy to this information. Besides that, you are putting your safety at risk if you let your guard down and allow yourself to become too comfortable with any “neighbor” or “sister” that you happen to run into. Therefore, it is important to only use a private investigator to conduct warrant searches.

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