|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(321)Lee County Police Departments|
|Alcoholic Beverage Control Law Enforcement||3350 Skyway Drive||Opelika||AL||36801||334-826-1137|
|Lee County Police Departments|
|Auburn Police Department||141 North Ross Street||Auburn||AL||36830||334-501-3110|
|Auburn Police Division||161 North Ross Street||Auburn||AL||36830||334-501-3110|
|Auburn Public Safety Department||161 North Ross Street||Auburn||AL||36830||334-501-3110|
|Auburn University Public Safety And Security||543 West Magnolia Avenue||Auburn||AL||36832||334-844-8888|
|Chewacla State Park||124 Shell Toomer Parkway||Auburn||AL||36830||334-887-5621|
|Department Of Public Safety Highway Patrol Post - Opelika||1220 Fox Run Parkway||Opelika||AL||36801||334-745-4651|
|Opelika Police Department||501 South 10th Street||Opelika||AL||36801||334-705-5200|
|Lee County Sheriff Department|
|Lee County Sheriffs Department / Lee County Jail||1900 Frederick Road||Opelika||AL||36801||334-749-5651|
|Lee County FBI Office|
|Auburn Alabama FBI Office||3371 Skyway Drive||Auburn||AL||36830||334-466-5041|
|Lee County Probation Department|
|Lee County Probation Department||2311 Gateway Drive||Opelika||AL||36801||334-745-3191|
|Lee County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Auburn Police Department Website|
|City of Auburn Public Safety Department Website|
|Lee County Arrest Records|
|Lee County Child Support Warrants|
|Lee County Criminal Records|
|Lee County Detention Facility Inmate Search|
|Lee County Most Wanted|
|Lee County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Lee County Sex Offender Registry|
|Lee County Sheriff Website|
|Lee County Sheriff's Office Offender Search|
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Searching For Warrant Records Information
Warrant Records in Lee County, Alabama are public information and maintained at the county clerk’s office. All warrants that have been issued by a judge in any court of law are placed in this database. This means that all arrests, searches, seizures, interrogations, trials, hearings, tribunals, petitions, appeals, and other proceedings that involve the State of Alabama or the United States of America are all listed here. Warrant Records in Lee County are available to anyone who needs to view them.
The main purpose of this is to allow law enforcement officers when dealing with persons that they do not know to properly identify before making an arrest. Without proper identification a person may still be arrested for a crime they did not commit. Warrant records help keep track of any person that is arrested and that has been convicted of a crime in the area. This information is also used by prosecutors when they decide whether or not to charge someone with a crime that they did commit.
There are a number of reasons why a warrant might be issued. Sometimes a person does not have proof of a person’s identity. They may be accused of a crime that they may not actually commit. Another reason a warrant may be issued is if a person fails to appear in court on their initial appearance. If a judge orders an individual to produce their warrant card or they fail to show up the judge will issue an arrest warrant and the person can be held in jail until the warrant is carried out.
If a person is arrested for any type of a felony, their name goes into the National Sex Offenders Registry. If a person’s name is on this registry it can prevent them from having a future job. The failure to register on time means the person will be required to serve time in jail. In some states a person is not required to register but it is recommended so that employers do check up on a person’s background.
When applying for a job a potential employer will look to see a person’s criminal records. If a person has been previously arrested for a felony they will most likely be declined employment. It can be hard to get employment after being convicted of a felony. Some employers will give the job to the right person if the person has no other felonies on their record. However, many other employers will refuse to hire someone with a past crime on their record.
Warrant records are available to law officials when they request them. If you are interested in searching for these records you need to make an appointment with your local law enforcement agency. You will be able to get access to their warrant records as well as search through them. You will need to fill out an application for a criminal records check and they will conduct the search.