Mobile County Alabama Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(336)Mobile County Police Departments
Alabama Department Of Public Safety Highway Patrol Division - Mobile Post3402 Demetropolis RoadMobileAL36693251-660-2300
Mobile County Police Departments
Mobile County Pre-Trial Service / Mobile County Community Corrections Center111 Canal StreetMobileAL36603251-574-8450
Mobile Police Department - Central Events Mini-Station320 Dauphin StreetMobileAL36602251-208-6306
Mobile Police Department - Doctor Martin Luther King Mini-Station880 Doctor Martin Luther King Junior AvenueMobileAL36603251-438-7232
Mobile Police Department - Harold L Johnson Police Headquarters2460 Government StreetMobileAL36606251-208-1700
Mobile Police Department - Josephine Allen Mini-Station708 Phillips AvenueMobileAL36610251-470-7702
Mobile Police Department - Narcotics Division107 Saint Francis StreetMobileAL36602251-434-7247
Mobile Police Department - Precinct 1850 Virginia StreetMobileAL36603251-208-2560
Mobile Police Department - Precinct 25441 U.s. 90MobileAL36619251-341-0511
Mobile Police Department - Precinct 32165 Saint Stephens RoadMobileAL36617251-470-7744
Mobile Police Department - Precinct 44712 Moffett RoadMobileAL36618251-438-7021
Mobile Regional Airport Police8400 Airport BoulevardMobileAL36608251-639-4688
Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board - Enforcement Division5660 U.s. 90TheodoreAL36582251-653-0015
Alcoholic Beverage Control Law Enforcement - Grove Hill OfficeHIghway 43 SouthSaralandAL36571334-637-0131
Bayou La Batre Police Department13765 South Wintzell AvenueBayou La BatreAL36509251-824-2757
Bayou La Batre Police Department8725 Delcambre StreetBayou La BatreAL36509251-824-2757
Bishop State Community College Police Department - Carver Campus414 Stanton RoadMobileAL36617251-662-5399
Bishop State Community College Police Department - Central Campus1365 Doctor Martin Luther King Junior AvenueMobileAL36603251-405-7061
Bishop State Community College Police Department - Main Campus351 North Broad StreetMobileAL36603251-690-6428
Bishop State Community College Police Department - Southwest Campus925 Dauphin Island ParkwayMobileAL36605251-478-7272
Chickasaw Jail224 North Craft HighwayChickasawAL36611251-452-0571
Chickasaw Police DepartmentLange DriveChickasawAL36611251-452-6473
Citronelle Police Department19135 South Main StreetCitronelleAL36522251-866-5527
Creola Police Department190 Dead Lake RoadCreolaAL36525251-675-8145
Dauphin Island Police Department1015 De Soto AvenueDauphin IslandAL36528251-861-5523
Department Of Mental Health And Mental Retardation - Searcy State Hospital Police725 Coy Smith HighwayMount VernonAL36560251-662-6770
Mount Vernon Police Department1565 Boyles AvenueMount VernonAL36560251-829-6631
Port Authority Police DepartmentAlabama State Docks BoulevardMobileAL36602251-441-7778
Prichard Police Department216 East Prichard AvenuePrichardAL36610251-452-2211
Prichard Police Department - Mini Precinct447 Dunlap CirclePrichardAL36610251-452-2505
Saraland Police Department716 Saraland Boulevard SouthSaralandAL36571251-675-5331
Satsuma Police Department5668 2nd StreetSatsumaAL36572251-675-0151
University Of South Alabama Police Department - Administration And Investigation307 North University BoulevardMobileAL36688251-460-6611
University Of South Alabama Police Department - Patrol Division290 Stadium BoulevardMobileAL36688251-460-6312
Mobile County Sheriff Departments
Mobile County Sheriffs Department - Grand Bay Substation12611 U.s. 90Grand BayAL36541251-865-1156
Mobile County Sheriffs Department - Semmes Substation10121 Moffett RoadSemmesAL36575251-574-8040
Mobile County Sheriffs Office510 South Royal StreetMobileAL36603251-574-8657
Alabama Narcotic Intelligence Program - Sheriffs Office1150 Government StreetMobileAL36604251-574-6402
Mobile County DEA Office
Mobile Alabama DEA Office900 Western American CircleMobileAL36609251-441-5831
Mobile County FBI Office
Mobile Alabama FBI Office200 North Royal StreetMobileAL36602251-438-3674
Mobile County Probation Department
Mobile County Probation Department1514 South Broad StreetMobileAL36605251-433-0554
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Warrant Records – Search For People’s Criminal History

Warrant Records in Mobile County, Alabama are one of the most sensitive categories of public records and information. All warrants must be signed by the Chief Of Detectives or Sheriff when serving arrest or search warrants. The information contained on these documents is not supposed to be publicly accessible. Warrant searches are carried out by law enforcement agencies like the Mobile Police, the Sheriff’s Office, the Circuit Clerk, and the FBI when executing warrants of arrests for federal offenses and for traffic violations on the state level.

Warrant records contain the name of the person who has been accused of committing the crime, date and place of arrest, criminal charges, criminal record history if any, aliases, address history, court records, and more. In some instances, they also contain biographical details of the person such as name, birth date, SSN, social security number, and date of birth. This information is also used to verify date of birth and relatives. Some warrants also contain information about financial background of the subject and if the person is a prohibited person ( felon, sexual offender, etc.). Warrant records are kept for 90 days and are retrievable by the person named on the warrant.

In the event that the person whose warrant has been issued has committed another crime while he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, his record may also be expunged from the records. However, this does not include records of outstanding arrest warrants. Warrant searches are carried out periodically for regular verification of the person’s identity, to ensure compliance with immigration laws and to prevent fraudulent activities of unauthorized persons. They also serve as evidence for prosecution in cases of armed robbery, fraud, identity theft, and drug possession.

Warrant Records in Mobile County contain all the necessary information regarding an arrest. Name, address, date of birth, social security number, and date of arrest are the main information contained in the documents. If probable cause exists to believe that the person is committing a crime, a warrant will be issued. This can only be done if the arresting officer has reasonable suspicion to do so based on intelligence information that is known to be true. The records are also available online, through a service provided by the county.

Accessing these criminal records is very important because you may want to protect your family, especially if you have hired someone to work for you. Also, there are certain cases when you would like to hire someone to work in your home or at your place of business but yet you need to make sure that they have no criminal record. You can also check if the person you are going to hire has any warrant records and if he has been convicted of any crime. This way, you will know what kind of person that you are allowing in your home or in your business.

Warrant Records are not restricted to government officials alone. A private person has the right to access the records. To do this, he needs to go to the court or the police station where the warrant was issued. To find out the person’s history, you can also do a background check on the person through his own employers, past employers, educational background, educational records, criminal background and so on. These are just some of the reasons why you need to search for these records. Search today and find all the information you want.