San Francisco County California Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(142)San Francisco County Police Departments
California Highway Patrol - San Francisco455 8th StreetSan FranciscoCA94103415-557-1094
San Francisco County Police Departments
San Francisco Community College Police50 Frida Kahlo WaySan FranciscoCA94112415-239-3200
San Francisco Police Department1251 3rd StreetSan FranciscoCA94158
San Francisco Police Department - Airport Bureau1251 3rd StreetSan FranciscoCA94158650-821-7111
San Francisco Police Department - Bayview Station201 Williams AvenueSan FranciscoCA94124415-671-2300
San Francisco Police Department - Central Station766 Vallejo StreetSan FranciscoCA94133415-315-2400
San Francisco Police Department - Ingleside Station1 Sgt John V Young LaneSan FranciscoCA94112415-404-4000
San Francisco Police Department - Mission Station630 Valencia StreetSan FranciscoCA94110415-558-5400
San Francisco Police Department - Northern Station1125 Fillmore StreetSan FranciscoCA94115415-614-3400
San Francisco Police Department - Park Station1899 Waller StreetSan FranciscoCA94117415-242-3000
San Francisco Police Department - Richmond Station461 6th AvenueSan FranciscoCA94118415-666-8000
San Francisco Police Department - Southern Station850 Bryant StreetSan FranciscoCA94103415-553-1373
San Francisco Police Department - Taraval Station2345 24th AvenueSan FranciscoCA94116415-759-3100
San Francisco Police Department - Tenderloin Station301 Eddy StreetSan FranciscoCA94102415-345-7300
San Francisco State University Police DepartmentNorth State DriveSan FranciscoCA94132415-338-7200
University Of California San Francisco Police1855 Folsom StreetSan FranciscoCA94103415-476-5455
University Of San Francisco Public Safety Department2130 Fulton StreetSan FranciscoCA94117415-422-4222
Bart Police Department - Balboa Park Station401 Geneva AvenueSan FranciscoCA94112510-464-7000
Bart Police Department Powell Street Station899 Market StreetSan FranciscoCA94103415-678-4010
Pacifica Police Department2075 California 1San FranciscoCA94116650-738-7314
University Of California - Hastings College Of Law Police200 McAllister StreetSan FranciscoCA94102
San Francisco County Sheriff Departments
San Francisco County Sheriff's Office850 Bryant StreetSan FranciscoCA94103415-553-1430
San Francisco County Sheriffs Department - Background Checks And Training Administration120 14th StreetSan FranciscoCA94103415-734-2301
San Francisco County Sheriffs Department - Investigative Services25 Van Ness AvenueSan FranciscoCA94102415-554-2380
San Francisco Sheriff's Department1 Doctor Carlton B Goodlett PlaceSan FranciscoCA94102
San Francisco County FBI Office
San Francisco California FBI Office450 Golden Gate AvenueSan FranciscoCA94102415-553-7400
San Francisco County Probation Department
San Francisco County Probation Department880 Bryant StreetSan FranciscoCA94103415-553-1688
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San Francisco Sheriff's Department Website
San Francisco State University Police Department Daily Crime and Arrest Log

The Basics About Warrant Records

Warrant Records in San Francisco County California are important public information. All warrants that have been issued in the county have to be filed with the clerk of courts. The person that is the subject of the warrant is informed by the clerk that he has been charged with a crime. He has thirty days within which to seek a hearing and appear at the court to tell his side of the story and provide proof if required.

There is much more to a warrant than just the fact that it says in black and white that the person is charged with a crime. They will also give information as to where the person is being held, what the charges are, and when the warrant was issued. If the person fails to show up for his court date then his warrant will be renewed until he shows up. Warrant records can be considered public information. People can view and get copies of the records and use them for whatever purpose they like, whether that be to check up on someone or to investigate their case. There are certain restrictions however when obtaining these records.

Warrant records in San Francisco County are not available to the general public. They are also kept confidential and cannot be sold or rented. There are various reasons why a warrant may be issued. A warrant can be issued for suspicion of a crime, or for simply making false information on an application for some kind of legal documentation such as a social security card or other types of documentation that would be considered valid in general.

If a person wants to look up information about someone they have in their local area, the first place they should look is the local courthouse. These records are stored there and are accessible to any law enforcement officer that is working the streets. If a person is looking up someone who is in another state, then they should try the courts website or consult with the Department of Justice to see if they have a record on the person in question.

In San Francisco County the only way to have access to someone’s records is to hire a private investigator. Most of the time an investigator will charge you somewhere between fifty and one hundred dollars for one hour of searching. The whole process of checking up on a person has much more to do then gathering up paperwork. There is also a chance that a warrant could be out for their arrest even though they may not be presently under arrest. This could mean that the person committed a crime that they did not commit, but the police are still involved with finding the person and putting them behind bars.

One thing to keep in mind is that most warrant records are sealed off from the public. However, the California Supreme Court has given the authority to San Francisco police officers to make the seal private if they feel it is warranted. To be legal for someone to access these types of records one must show they have a legitimate reason. In San Francisco County this is usually done with a subpoena.

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