Monterey County California Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(122)Monterey County Police Departments
California Highway Patrol - Monterey Area 730960 East Blanco RoadSalinasCA93901831-796-2100
Monterey County Police Departments
California Parks And Recreation Law Enforcement - Monterey District2211 Garden RoadMontereyCA93940831-649-2836
California State University Police Department - Monterey Bay Campus2081 Inter-Garrison RoadSeasideCA93955831-655-0268
Monterey Peninsula Airport Police Department200 Fred Kane DriveMontereyCA93940831-648-7000
Monterey Police Department351 Madison StreetMontereyCA93940831-646-3800
California Department Of Corrections And Rehabilitation - Gabilan Conservation Camp 38U.s. 101SoledadCA93960831-678-1873
California Department Of Corrections And Rehabilitation - Salinas Valley State Prison31625 U.s. 101SoledadCA93960831-678-5500
California Highway Patrol2 Broadway CircleKingCA93930831-385-3216
Carmel Police DepartmentSoutheast Corner Of Junipero Avenue And 4Th AvenueCarmel-by-the-SeaCA93921831-624-6403
Carmel-By-The-Sea Police DepartmentJunipero AvenueCarmel-by-the-SeaCA93923831-624-6403
Del Rey Oaks Police Department650 Canyon Del Rey BoulevardDel Rey OaksCA93940831-394-9333
Gonzales Police Department109 4th StreetGonzalesCA93926831-675-5010
Greenfield Police Department215 El Camino RealGreenfieldCA93927831-674-5111
King City Police Department415 Bassett StreetKingCA93930831-385-4848
Marina Police Department211 Hillcrest AvenueMarinaCA93933831-884-1210
Pacific Grove Police Department580 Pine AvenuePacific GroveCA93950831-648-3143
Salinas Police Department222 Lincoln AvenueSalinasCA93901831-758-4240
Sand City Police Department1 Sylvan WaySandCA93955831-394-1451
Seaside Police Department440 Harcourt AvenueSeasideCA93955831-899-6700
Seaside Police Department - Broadway Field Office1280 Broadway AvenueSeasideCA93955831-899-6855
Soledad Police Department236 Main StreetSoledadCA93960831-223-5130
Monterey County Sheriff Departments
Monterey County Sheriffs Office1414 Natividad RoadSalinasCA93906831-755-3700
Monterey County Sheriffs Office - Coastal Patrol Station1200 Aguajito RoadMontereyCA93940831-647-7702
Monterey County Sheriffs Office - Corrections Bureau1410 Natividad RoadSalinasCA93906831-755-3782
Monterey County Sheriffs Office - Juvenile Hall1420 Natividad RoadSalinasCA93906831-755-3977
Monterey County Sheriffs Office - South County Patrol Station250 Franciscan WayKingCA93930831-385-8312
Monterey County Probation Department
Monterey County Probation Department20 East Alisal StreetSalinasCA93901831-755-3909
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Warrant Records – Information You May Not Know

What are warrant records? They are documents filed with the court which says a person is being held in jail without bail. Warrant records give the police officer enough information to convince them that the person committed a specific crime. It shows the name, age, sex and address of the person. When you are driving in California, it is very important that you have a driver’s license. To be able to get a driver’s license, you need to have a clean driving record.

How do police officers get a person’s criminal records? When a person is arrested for a crime, the arrest papers will be kept in the local courthouse. In many instances, these arrest papers contain a record of a person’s criminal history. You can go down to your local courthouse and inquire about your warrants. If there are no records available, you should call the sheriff’s department and ask about the status of your warrant. If the person you want to search has a warrant, the agent will let you know.

When do you search for someone else’s criminal records? If you have an idea that a person may have a warrant but don’t know what it is for, you can do a background check on them. All you need to do is contact the local courthouse and they will provide you with the records. You can then go online and perform a name search to see if you find any records.

Can you have your ex-spouse find out if you have a criminal record? Yes, you can. When your ex-wife wants to remarry you, she can use a search to see if you have a warrant out for your arrest. This works in many cases. If you have a prior marriage, the courts will often require a refresher. If you have moved since your divorce, it will not be as easy to find out.

Can you get a copy of a person’s police records? Sometimes, criminal activity has a mark that will appear on a person’s police record. However, these documents are considered public record. Therefore, they are also made available to the public. You can perform a background check on a prospective co-worker, or on the new boyfriend/ girlfriend you are dating.

The above examples are just some of the reasons a warrant may be issued for your arrest. When you’re in doubt, contact a criminal lawyer to find out exactly why a warrant was issued against you. In many instances, having access to the warrant records will allow you to avoid being arrested. Search warrant records online to learn more about warrant searches in your area.

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