|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Ariton Police Department||28 West Main Street||Ariton||AL||36311||334-762-2222|
|Ariton Police Department||6 Atlantic Street||Ariton||AL||36311||334-762-2222|
|Clayhatchee Police Department||1 West Main Street||Daleville||AL||36322||334-598-4321|
|Dothan Regional Airport Police Department||800 Airport Drive||Midland City||AL||36350||334-983-8104|
|George Wallace Community College - Dothan Police||1141 Wallace Drive||Dothan||AL||36303||334-983-3521|
|Level Plains Police Department||1708 Joe Bruer Road||Daleville||AL||36322||334-347-0422|
|Midland City Police Department||1343 Hinton Waters Avenue||Midland City||AL||36350||334-983-3591|
|Napier Field Police Department||400 Headquarters Street||Dothan||AL||36303||334-983-3027|
|Newton Police Department||9 College Street||Newton||AL||36352||334-299-0004|
|Ozark Police Department||275 North Union Avenue||Ozark||AL||36360||334-774-2644|
|Pinckard Police Department||1309 Alabama 134||Pinckard||AL||36371||334-983-3517|
|Pinckard Town Hall||1313 Highway 134||Pinckard||AL||36371||334-983-3517|
|Southeast Alabama Criminal Intelligence Program||Katherine Avenue||Ozark||AL||36360||334-774-7996|
|Wiregrass Violent Crime Task||139 West Reynolds Street||Ozark||AL||36360||334-774-0482|
|Dale County Sheriff Departments|
|Dale County Sheriff's Office||100 Court Square||Ozark||AL||36360||334-774-2335|
|Dale County Sheriffs Department||100 East Court Square||Ozark||AL||36360||334-774-3114|
|Dale County Probation Department|
|Dale County Probation Department||PO Box 305||Ozark||AL||36361||334-774-5084|
|Dale County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Dale County Arrest Records|
|Dale County Arrest Warrants|
|Dale County Child Support Warrants|
|Dale County Criminal Records|
|Dale County Most Wanted|
|Dale County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Dale County Sex Offender Registry|
|Dale County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Dale County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search (Alabama)|
|Dale County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Dothan Police Department Website|
|Midland City Government Driving Records|
|(294)Dale County Police Departments|
|Daleville Department of Public Safety||730 Daleville Avenue||Daleville||AL||36322||334-598-4444|
|Dale County Police Departments|
|Daleville Police Department / Daleville Jail||730 Daleville Avenue||Daleville||AL||36322||334-598-4442|
What Are the Basic Warrant Records?
What are Warrant Records? Warrant Records are an important part of law enforcement. Warrant Records allow law enforcement to search for and find out if a person is on their way to committing a crime, or has committed a crime and is about to be caught. These records will tell the police officer what they were charged with, when they were arrested, where they were arrested and for how long they were held without bail.
A Warrant Records in Dale County, Alabama contains this information. It tells of the name of the person who was arrested, their address, their charges and any other information related to the arrest. It also tells the crime the person was arrested for, when it happened, who the arresting officers were, how they ordered the arrest, which crime they were arrested for and any other details pertinent to the arrest.
Warrant Records in Alabama are public. The state makes an attempt to keep these records up-to-date but it can’t be done. There are different methods for gathering this information. If you are requesting a copy of a warrant, the department of corrections can provide you one. The state of Alabama also has the right to grant a copy of the warrant to an individual upon demand.
So why would someone want a warrant. In some situations it is used as evidence against a person. If a person is suspected of a crime, a Warrant Record will let an individual know what action needs to be taken next. For example, if a person goes to a party and is robbed, a police officer will issue a warrant for their arrest. The individual will then be taken to jail. If they do not have access to a court date, they will be strip searched, photographed and fingerprinted before they can be released.
Why are they necessary? Warrant arrests are sometimes issued during investigations. If a person does not follow the proper procedure for providing information needed for an investigation, the investigating officer can request a warrant for the person’s arrest. If the investigating officer can verify that information, they will serve the warrant at the person’s place of employment, or any place that they believe that the person may go. This allows them to investigate the person without having to use probable cause in a criminal case.
Can I search for my own warrant records? Yes, you can. If you know where a person was arrested, you can obtain their criminal record, but it is more difficult to do that online. If you have a person’s name and address, you can perform an online warrant record search to see who they have been arrested for and where they were arrested.