Marin County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Sausalito, County of Marin Crime Map
(116)Marin County Police Departments
California Highway Patrol - Marin 35053 San Clemente DriveCorte MaderaCA94925415-924-1100
Marin County Police Departments
Central Marin Police Authority250 Doherty DriveLarkspurCA94939415-927-5150
Marin Community College Police Department - Indian Valley Campus1800 Ignacio BoulevardNovatoCA94949415-883-3179
Marin Community College Police Department - Kentfield Campus835 College AvenueKentfieldCA94904415-485-9455
Marin County Sheriffs Office - Kentfield Substation831 College AvenueKentfieldCA94904415-456-5131
Belvedere Police Department450 San Rafael AvenueBelvedereCA94920415-435-3266
Fairfax Police Department144 Bolinas RoadFairfaxCA94930415-453-5330
Mill Valley Police Department1 Hamilton DriveMill ValleyCA94941415-388-4033
Novato Police Department909 Machin AvenueNovatoCA94945415-897-4361
Ross Police Department33 Sir Francis Drake BoulevardSan AnselmoCA94960415-453-1453
San Anselmo Police Department525 San Anselmo AvenueSan AnselmoCA94960415-258-4610
San Rafael Police Department1400 Fifth AvenueSan RafaelCA94901415-485-3000
Sausalito Police Department300 Locust StreetSausalitoCA94965415-289-4170
Sausalito Police Department29 Caledonia StreetSausalitoCA94965
Tiburon Police Department1155 Tiburon BoulevardTiburonCA94920415-789-2801
Twin Cities Police Authority250 Doherty DriveLarkspurCA94939415-927-5150
Marin County Sheriff Departments
Marin County Sheriff Office / Marin County Jail3501 Civic Center DriveSan RafaelCA94903415-499-7250
Marin County Sheriff's Office1600 Los Gamos DriveSan RafaelCA94903415-473-7250
Marin County Sheriffs Office - Point Reyes Substation101 4th StreetPoint Reyes StationCA94956415-663-1151
Marin County Sheriffs Office - Southern Substation850 Drake AvenueSausalitoCA94965415-332-5422
Marin County Probation Department
Marin County Probation Department3501 Civic Center DriveSan RafaelCA94903415-499-6662
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Novato Police Department Website
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Basic Information About Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Marin County California are similar to other public records databases. These records serve many purposes in that they allow someone to check up on a person who is either wanted on a vandalism warrant or has a pending court case. This can be used for things like checking to see if a tenant has a history of breaking the law and will be arrested when the property owner gets a visit from the police. It can also be used to check to see if a person is a danger and has been tried as an accessory to murder in the past. Warrant records also allow you to see if there are any outstanding warrants out for your own arrest. In other words, you can check up on people you may know and make sure they aren’t being involved in any criminal activity.

Warrant Records in Marin County California

What kind of information will you find on a warrant? First, you will need to understand exactly what a warrant is. A warrant is simply a legal term in that it indicates that a person was arrested on a charge of a crime that doesn’t have an outstanding warrant against them. The most common reasons for warrants being issued in Marin County are because a person is suspected of being involved in a crime that they did not commit, they are wanted on suspicion of breaking the law, or they have been accused of a crime by someone who is a law enforcement officer. Of course, there are other reasons for a warrant as well, but these are the most common.

Warrant records will also show you a person’s past and where they have been over time. In some cases, a warrant may be issued after a person has been convicted of a crime and is then found to have a record still active. This is also common if a person has committed crimes on a previous offense. You should keep this in mind when you are talking to a potential employer or when you are asking about background information on a person.

In addition to warrant records, you will also find out about any arrests that were made. These include traffic tickets, DUI tickets, and even sexual offenses. You can also learn more about a person’s criminal history and see if there are any warrants out for their arrest. This is a very helpful tool because it can tell you if a person is lying or not. It can also give you more information on a person’s character.

If you are looking for basic information about a warrant, you can access California’s public records and search for them online. If you would rather search for warrant records through the court houses instead, you can do so online also. There are many online companies that offer this type of service to people. Most of these services allow you to run a search on someone for a fee, and then they will provide you with a link to the person’s public records. This service will allow you to find out more about a person’s warrant record, their arrest record, and their employment history. These records are usually linked together, and you can see at a glance if the person has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor.

However, while these services are very useful, there are some things that you should know about warrant records themselves before you use them. First of all, these public records are not always completely accurate. There are different levels of arrest warrant, and sometimes a warrant may only be a few days old. Furthermore, if the person who is being searched for has not yet been convicted of a crime, there will be no warrant. You should always remember that these warrant records are not considered legal documentation, and you should never carry them around with you in case you are stopped or asked for identification.