|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(148)Santa Cruz County Police Departments|
|California Highway Patrol - Santa Cruz Area 720||10395 Soquel Drive||Aptos||CA||95003||831-662-0511|
|Santa Cruz County Police Departments|
|California Parks And Recreation Law Enforcement - Santa Cruz District||303 North Big Trees Park Road||Felton||CA||95018||831-335-6318|
|Santa Cruz Police Department||155 Center Street||Santa Cruz||CA||95060||831-420-5800|
|University Of California - Santa Cruz Police Department||1156 High Street||Santa Cruz||CA||95064||831-459-2231|
|Capitola Police Department||422 Capitola Avenue||Capitola||CA||95010||831-475-4242|
|Capitola Police Department - Community Outreach||1855 41st Avenue||Capitola||CA||95010||831-462-6138|
|Scotts Valley Police Department||1 Civic Center Drive||Scotts Valley||CA||95066||831-440-5670|
|Watsonville Police Department||215 Union Street||Watsonville||CA||95076||831-728-6001|
|Santa Cruz County Sheriff Departments|
|Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office||701 Ocean Street||Santa Cruz||CA||95060||831-471-1121|
|Santa Cruz County Sheriffs Department||701 Ocean Street||Santa Cruz||CA||95060||831-454-2414|
|Santa Cruz County FBI Office|
|Watsonville California FBI Office||35 Penny Lane||Watsonville||CA||95076||831-722-8720|
|Santa Cruz County Probation Department|
|Santa Cruz County Probation Department||PO Box 1812||Santa Cruz||CA||95061||831-454-3800|
|Santa Cruz County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Santa Cruz County Arrest Records|
|Santa Cruz County Child Support Warrants|
|Santa Cruz County Government Parking Tickets|
|Santa Cruz County Jail Records|
|Santa Cruz County Most Wanted|
|Santa Cruz County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Santa Cruz County Sex Offender Registry|
|Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office Daily Activity Log|
|Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office Police Press Releases|
|Santa Cruz Police Department|
|Santa Cruz Police Department Crime Maps|
|Santa Cruz Police Department Crime Maps (Santa Cruz, California)|
|Santa Cruz Police Department Parking Tickets|
|Santa Cruz Sheriff Most Wanted|
|Santa Cruz Sheriff's Office Website|
|Scott's Valley Police Department Crime Reports|
|Watsonville Police Department|
|Watsonville Police Department Press Releases|
Conducting Your Own Warrant Records Search
Warrant Records in Santa Cruz County California are public information and are one of the most commonly used document files by law enforcement officials. In case an individual is accused of any crime, whether minor or major, the first step will generally be to place a search on the local police station or sheriff office’s database. If the individual is then arrested and subsequently charged with a crime, then this record may also end up in the system. This would give any interested party the ability to have a full and detailed history on the person, including all warrants for their arrest.
The first thing to note when searching for warrants is that they are not listed in the phone book like regular phone numbers. These warrants are filed internally within the court system. The process for obtaining such information is different depending on the jurisdiction and the nature of the crime with which an individual is charged.
Warrant records will only be provided to those requesting the information. Some jurisdictions will allow background checks to be conducted. There are also times when a warrant may be issued based on confidential information that has come to light and a criminal is able to remove themselves from any current arrest. Such a situation is common in cases involving child pornography or sexual assault.
If you wish to conduct a warrant search, then it is important to first determine if you can legally have access to the information in question. It is also important to make sure that you do not violate the privacy rights of the individual that you are investigating. Many people believe that they are entitled to a copy of the person’s past and present criminal history. However, this is usually considered to be a violation of privacy rights.
While there are some exceptions to the rule, most warrants will be easy to obtain. A simple search online should reveal all kinds of information on any kind of warrant. This could include several pieces of information about a person’s past. You could search for a warrant for a person who has stolen from you, or you may even search for a warrant that has been placed on an individual for suspicion of domestic violence.
There is no limit on how many warrants for people may exist. So long as you are legally allowed to conduct such searches, you can have access to all kinds of public information. If you want more detailed information, then you may have to go to local police departments and county clerk offices. The information is freely available to anyone who requests it. There are currently bills pending in both the House and Senate that would make warrant records public.