Winston County Alabama Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(377)Winston County Police Departments
Addison Police Department16323 County Road 41AddisonAL35540256-747-1981
Winston County Police Departments
Arley Police Department6788 County Road 41ArleyAL35541205-387-0103
Double Springs Police Department21 Main StreetDouble SpringsAL35553205-489-5447
Haleyville Police Department1901 11th AvenueHaleyvilleAL35565205-486-5201
Lynn Police Department381 East Main StreetLynnAL35575205-893-5250
Winston County Sheriff Department
Winston County Sheriff's Office11 Blake DriveDouble SpringsAL35553205-489-2115
Winston County Probation Department
Winston County Probation Department11 Blake DriveDouble SpringsAL35553205-489-2251
Winston County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Winston County Child Support Warrants
Winston County Criminal Records
Winston County Sex Offender Registry
Winston County Sheriff Website

Criminal Records Search – Understanding Warrant Records

When a person is arrested, a warrant is issued for his or her arrest. The warrants are legal documents that give police officers the right to arrest the person for any type of criminal activity. Warrants are issued only if the person has committed a specific act. For example, a warrant may be issued if the person has violated your state’s laws or if you have suspicions that your property or that of someone else was used for illegal activities.

Warrants allow police officers to arrest a person for any legal basis. A legal basis means that the police have probable cause to believe that a person has committed a crime. Probable cause means evidence that supports the police’s belief. In other words, if the police suspect that a person may have committed a crime, they need solid proof to arrest the person. It is not enough for police to just think that the person may have done it; they need actual concrete evidence to prove it.

Warrant records in Winston County are kept by the local courthouse. If you want to look up a person’s legal records, you can call the courthouse or visit their website. You can either go in person to obtain the records, fill up a legal form, and then wait for it to be processed or you can submit a mail in form. You will receive notification of your requested record within a couple of days.

The information that you obtain will include a person’s date of birth, social security number, address, and name. Depending on the information that you provide, the search may also include a background check report. If a person has been convicted of a felony, their criminal history may show up. Other information that may come up during a criminal background check is marriage records, divorce records, and court records.

There are a few circumstances where a person may not be able to find out a person’s warrant records without performing a criminal search. For instance, if the person in question has lived in another state, they may not have a criminal record there. Also, if a person fails to disclose their actual location when they perform a criminal search, the person may not be a threat to be an immediate danger and the warrant for their arrest may not be active.

If you are looking up criminal warrants in Winston County, you will need to know where to search. In order to do this, you must know the county that the person was arrested in and their criminal record in that county. Then, you must go online and do a warrant search. This service is provided free of charge so you may want to use it if you suspect your significant other is cheating on you or being unfaithful to you.