|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Tallapoosa County Criminal Records|
|Tallapoosa County Sex Offender Registry|
|Tallapoosa County Sheriff Website|
|Tallapoosa County Sheriffs Office Offender Search|
|(372)Tallapoosa County Police Departments|
|Alabama Marine Police District Iii||126 Marina Road||Alexander||AL||35010||256-329-2268|
|Tallapoosa County Police Departments|
|Alexander City Police Department||1 Court Square||Alexander||AL||35010||256-329-6743|
|Camp Hill Police Department||309 Holley Avenue||Camp Hill||AL||36850||256-896-4411|
|Camp Hill Town Hall||309 Holley Avenue||Camp Hill||AL||36850||256-896-4148|
|Dadeville Police Department||192 Broadnax Street||Dadeville||AL||36853||256-825-6212|
|Department Of Public Safety Highway Patrol Post - Alexander City||1325 Airport Drive||Alexander||AL||35010||256-234-2601|
|Jacksons Gap Police Department||1405 Main Street||Jacksons' Gap||AL||36861||256-825-8518|
|New Site Police Department||12791 Alabama 22||New Site||AL||36256||256-234-2049|
|Wind Creek State Park Ranger Station||4325 Alabama 128||Alexander||AL||35010||256-329-0845|
|Tallapoosa County Sheriff Department|
|Tallapoosa County Sheriffs Department / Tallapoosa County Jail||316 Industrial Park Drive||Dadeville||AL||36853||256-825-4264|
|Tallapoosa County Probation Department|
|Tallapoosa County Probation Department||395 Lee Street||Alexander||AL||35010||256-329-2739|
|Tallapoosa County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Dadeville Municipal Court Records|
|Tallapoosa County Child Support Warrants|
Arrest Warrant Criminal Records in Other Counties
Other Records in Tallapoosa County
How to Search For Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Tallapoosa County, Alabama are public information and can be accessed easily. If you are an employer or an individual, you can access the public records for any person by doing a background check on them. You can also search for any person and find out about their warrant, arrest record or court records, if any.
Searching for someone’s arrest records is easy. There are many sources like county courthouses and police stations where warrants for arrests can be found. Sometimes, you need to be an authority to do searches on these types of documents. This usually depends on whether you’re looking for someone’s misdemeanor or felony record, or for their marriage or divorce records. You can only perform a search warrant on someone if you have some form of legal authority like a court order or power of attorney.
There are different ways that you can access other types of warrant records. If you go online, you can find thousands of sites that have a database of all types of warrant records. Most of these websites allow one-time access to information, which is highly recommended because it allows you to quickly locate information on someone. It is much faster and easier than having to hire a detective. Most of these websites are very reliable and fast.
If you choose not to use an online site, there are still other options. There are many courthouses around the country that maintain databases of warrants, and you can search their records through their website. The major drawback is that these searches can take up to a week to complete.
You can also try to look in someone’s local phone book under their full names. This method will work sometimes, but usually you will not get very far. In many cases, the person may have moved since the warrant was placed, or they may not even still live in the area. There are also some private detectives that you can hire, but most of these services cost a lot of money. You will most likely be able to search for warrants without these professionals, but they do cost more than the above methods.
If all else fails and you are still stuck, there is another option. You can go to the courthouse where the warrant was served to find out exactly what the records say. Usually, all you need to do to find out the details is to fill out an application, stating that you would like to view the records. They will either let you view them for free or charge a small fee. It is best to go to the courthouse with a computer, laptop or iPad so you can easily download the records to your computer. Then you can type them directly into a search engine.