Inyo County California Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(108)Inyo County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Inyo County Probation DepartmentPO Box TIndependenceCA93526760-872-4121
Inyo County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Inyo County Sheriffs Office / Inyo County Jail550 South Clay StreetIndependenceCA93526760-878-0370
Bishop Police Department207 West Line StreetBishopCA93514760-873-5823
California Highway Patrol - Bishop Area469 South Main StreetBishopCA93514760-872-5960
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How To Find Out The Owner Of A Warrant

Inyo County, California, warrants are legal documents issued by a judge that allow law enforcement officials to temporarily detain an individual on suspicion of a crime. The warrants will be issued based on the information provided by the arrestee. Warrant records are basically a record of any warrant request that the county police or the sheriff’s department has received within the past six months. This information is stored in a central statewide repository called the Central Records System (CRIS). Any searches for warrants must be done through the local courthouse where the warrants were issued. The process of retrieving the records can take up to one day.

If you are performing a search for a warrant, the first step is to fill out an application and to provide the required information. This usually involves a submission of the applicant’s name, address and social security number. The purpose of this is to obtain as much information as possible about the person whose name is being requested. The applicant must also provide information such as work history and his/her place of residence.

After submitting this information, the investigator will then arrange for a visit from a CRIS agent who will conduct a routine search. During this visit, the agent will inspect the records and review them to verify if they meet the requirements for searching the records. In addition, the details provided must meet specific requirements. For instance, the person should not be a convicted criminal. Also, the person should not have an outstanding traffic violation.

Once all the required information has been verified, the records will be manually entered into the database. If a match is found, the name and address of the person will be displayed on the results page. The system will allow you to view the person’s record within 24 hours of the initial search. However, the details found may not be complete and may require a follow-up visit from a CRIS agent.

There are other ways to do a search on warrant records. You can use a search engine or go online and visit your local courthouse for warrants. Although these methods can be time consuming, they are still much faster and efficient than using the traditional methods. Besides, a person cannot get a copy of their warrant until the warrant has been served personally upon them.

The public defender’s office and local law enforcement agencies are also good resources for obtaining warrant records. These government agencies generally make the records available for free to help users obtain the information they need. You can also hire a private detective to perform a warrant search for you. The cost may be slightly higher than using other sources, but the time and effort it takes to find the details is well worth the price.

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