Hale County Alabama Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(304)Hale County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Hale County Probation Department1001 Main StreetGreensboroAL36744334-624-7391
Hale County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Hale County Sheriffs Department1001 Main StreetGreensboroAL36744334-624-3081
Greensboro Police Department1101 Main StreetGreensboroAL36744334-624-8119
Moundville Police Department410 Market StreetMoundvilleAL35474205-371-2218
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Conducting a Warrant Records Search Online

Warrant records are one of the most requested public records by the people around the world. They want to get access on someone’s criminal activity that occurred in their area. In the US, we have the Freedom of Information Act that guarantees the right to know any information that you need regarding the performance of a federal agency. In other words, the law allows you to see the files or records that are filed by the government agencies.

Warrant records in Hale County, Alabama are available for public scrutiny. These documents give you the scoop on all the felonies and the misdemeanor committed by a particular person. It is also possible to get other details like the court records, military records, property records and a lot more. All you need to do is to fill up an application form that would be forwarded to several different county offices. It will take you about two weeks to receive the documents that you need.

There are quite a few reasons why people would want to conduct a criminal background check. Perhaps they are hiring somebody, considering taking a job, protecting their business and looking into a nanny who may be their own children’s guardian. You can conduct a criminal record search by simply making a simple online search. There are paid services as well as free services.

But more often than not, the free services will only give you limited information. The fact is that most of the warrants have expired or have been nullified already. So if the information you are getting is no longer current, then it won’t help you. If you want to get comprehensive information, then the best thing to do is to pay for a premium service.

The good news is that there are several companies that offer online services that offer detailed information. Some of them offer to search nationwide and even the country level. But what is even better is that if you only wanted records of a specific person who is in the local jurisdiction, then all you have to do is choose which state or county to search. And since most states maintain a public record database, then you can be sure that your search will yield results, whether it is nationwide or within your own state.

To retrieve the information, you only need to provide the first and last name of the person, as well as his or her address and social security number. After this information, you will get the case type, case number and the date of birth of the person. If you don’t want to bother with all the information, then you can also make use of the free services. But the information you will get are rather limited and basic. It is rather unimportant if the person has had any criminal record in the past, as the records will probably not reflect any recent activity.