Siskiyou County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Siskiyou County Sheriffs Department - Dorris Substation324 North Pine StreetDorrisCA96023530-397-4557
Siskiyou County Sheriffs Department - Dunsmuir Substation5902 Dunsmuir AvenueDunsmuirCA96025530-235-2320
Siskiyou County Sheriffs Department - Etna Substation591 Collier WayEtnaCA96027530-467-5445
Siskiyou County Sheriffs Department - Happy Camp Substation30 4th AvenueHappy CampCA96039530-493-2338
Siskiyou County Sheriffs Department - Mount Shasta Substation241 Ski Village DriveMount ShastaCA96067530-926-2552
Siskiyou County Probation Department
Siskiyou County Probation Department805 Juvenile LaneYrekaCA96097530-841-4180
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Siskiyou County Most Wanted
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Siskiyou County Sex Offender Registry
Siskiyou County Sheriff Website
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(151)Siskiyou County Police Departments
California Highway Patrol - Mount Shasta Area 146618 West Jessie StreetMount ShastaCA96067530-926-2627
Siskiyou County Police Departments
California Highway Patrol - Yreka Area 1451739 South Main StreetYrekaCA96097530-841-6006
Etna Police Department448 Main StreetEtnaCA96027530-467-3400
Lake Shastina Police Department16309 Everhart DriveWeedCA96094530-938-4113
Mount Shasta Police Department303 North Mount Shasta BoulevardMount ShastaCA96067530-926-7540
Tulelake Police Department470 C StreetTulelakeCA96134530-667-5284
Weed Police Department550 Main StreetWeedCA96094530-938-5000
Yreka Police Department412 West Miner StreetYrekaCA96097530-841-2300
Siskiyou County Sheriff Departments
Siskiyou County Sheriffs Department305 Butte StreetYrekaCA96097530-842-8300

How to Search For Warrant Records

Search Warrant Records in Siskiyou County California. In these modern times warrants are issued every now and then for various violations of law. A Warrant of arrest is one which states that an individual has committed a given offense and is suspected of commission of further crimes. A Warrant of Prosecution, on the other hand, is one which authorizes the law enforcing agency to do the police’s work for a given time frame. These warrants are often associated with investigations and can be used by state or federal law enforcement agencies.

Warrant Records in Siskiyou County California

In order to search out these documents you will have to follow specific procedures. First, you must become a qualified investigator yourself before you can conduct such a search. You will need a valid license from your local police department to accomplish this task. After you have undergone training and passed all necessary examinations you can apply for your license. If all goes well, you will be given permission to conduct public records searches within a given period of time.

The next step in the process is to file a request for information. This request should be made through your local law enforcement agency. You will have to provide all necessary information such as name, address, date of birth, social security number and so on. Remember to always include copies of identification such as driver’s license and passports. If you fail to comply with the request, a warrant for your arrest will be put into effect. You will then be held in custody until you can either appear in court on the day of the hearing or if you are unable to make bail, the warrant will be converted into one for arrest on the date set forth in the document.

The whole process of requesting such information can often take up to two weeks. During this period of time, you should notifies your local law enforcement agency. Information that you are requesting may not be available during this time frame. So, try not to stress yourself out.

After the records search is conducted and you have permission from the person you are searching for, you will be notified via email or phone call regarding the results. Then, you will either be provided with a hard copy of the warrant or a text file containing the details of the warrant. If there was a criminal incident, you may also be asked to accompany the person to their police station for identification before they are allowed to enter the facility. If not, you will be given a receipt and will be able to go through the records for a future date.

It is important to keep in mind that the information contained within these records is considered public domain. This means that anyone who is interested in retrieving the record is able to do so. This includes both the public and private sectors. If you have concerns about the accuracy of information contained within these reports, then you may wish to contact a professional service. These services are easy to find online, and most offer money back guarantees.