|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(119)Merced County Police Departments|
|California Highway Patrol - Merced||1500 Bell Drive||Atwater||CA||95301||209-356-2956|
|Merced County Police Departments|
|Merced Community College Police Department||3600 M Street||Merced||CA||95348||209-384-6054|
|Merced Police Department - Central Station||611 West 22nd Street||Merced||CA||95340||209-385-6912|
|Merced Police Department - South Station||470 West 11th Street||Merced||CA||95341||209-385-6912|
|Atwater Police Department||750 Bellevue Road||Atwater||CA||95301||209-357-6381|
|California Highway Patrol - Chowchilla River Inspection Facility||8820 California 99||Le Grand||CA||95333||559-665-2904|
|California Highway Patrol - Los Banos||706 West Pacheco Boulevard||Los Banos||CA||93635||209-826-3811|
|Dos Palos Police Department||1546 Golden Gate Avenue||Dos Palos||CA||93620||209-392-2177|
|Gustine Police Department||682 3rd Avenue||Gustine||CA||95322||209-854-3737|
|Livingston Police Department||1446 C Street||Livingston||CA||95334||209-394-7917|
|Los Banos Animal Control||945 5th Street||Los Banos||CA||93635||209-827-7070|
|Los Banos Police Department||945 5th Street||Los Banos||CA||93635||209-827-7070|
|Merced County Sheriff Departments|
|Merced County Sheriff's Office||2222 M Street||Merced||CA||95340||209-385-7690|
|Merced County Sheriffs Department - Charles Francis Bludworth Substation||9481 Shanks Road||Delhi||CA||95315||209-385-7660|
|Merced County Sheriffs Department - Los Banos Substation||445 I Street||Los Banos||CA||93635||209-710-6000|
|Merced County Sheriffs Department / Merced County Jail||700 West 22nd Street||Merced||CA||95340||209-385-7451|
|Merced County Probation Department|
|Merced County Probation Department||2150 M Street||Merced||CA||95340||209-381-1400|
|Merced County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|City of Los Banos Government|
|Livingston Police Department Crime Reports|
|Merced City Government GIS Maps|
|Merced County Child Support Warrants|
|Merced County Criminal Records|
|Merced County Jail Records|
|Merced County Most Wanted|
|Merced County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Merced County Sex Offender Registry|
|Merced County Website (California)|
|Merced Crime Map|
|Merced Police Department Crime Map|
|Merced Police Department Crime Maps|
|Merced Police Department Press Releases|
|Merced Police Department Website|
|University of California Merced Police Department Logs|
Performing a Warrant Search
Warrant Records in Merced County California are kept within the custody of the State Police under the Department of Justice. Warrant Records in Merced County are considered public record and have to be provided to the public when requested. In addition, if the person you are searching for has committed or is committing a crime, then you should have his or her arrest records. This information can then be used to perform a warrant search.
Warrant Records in Merced County California contain a wide array of information that pertains to both persons and vehicles. They may reveal whether or not a person has been convicted of a crime. They also reveal if the person has ever been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony. Perpetration of a crime is necessary for the Search function of this type of record to work.
Warrant Records in Merced County also show if a person has ever been declared mentally incapacitated. If someone has been declared mentally incapacitated, then their records will show the reasons as to why and if they were declared mentally incapacitated. Warrant Searches may also be conducted on an individual based on sexual orientation. Many times, these searches cannot be performed without the person’s permission.
Warrant Records in Merced County may be used to check up on your neighbors as well. If you are suspicious about a neighbor, you may wish to have a copy of their warrant records. These records may prove if there is any criminal activity on the person’s record. Additionally, these records can reveal if the person has ever been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.
The main purpose of a warrant is to hold a person accountable. A person who is arrested will have a copy of the arrest warrant. If they fail to show up at court for their trial, then their warrant will be carried out. In some instances, this may mean that the person can be taken away from the premises. If not, then the police may turn the person over to the local jail.
Warrant Records are considered public information. All local law enforcement agencies are required to keep these records. The only way to get one is to ask for them. Many times, the local sheriff or police department will keep these records for a short time only. This means that a person can not obtain it for a certain period of time unless they specifically ask for it.