|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(179)Stanislaus County Police Departments|
|California State University - Stanislaus Police Department||801 West Monte Vista Avenue||Turlock||CA||95382||209-667-3114|
|Stanislaus County Police Departments|
|Stanislaus County Honor Farm||8224 West Grayson Road||Modesto||CA||95358||209-538-2202|
|Stanislaus County Public Safety Center||200 Hackett Road||Modesto||CA||95358||209-525-5632|
|California Highway Patrol - Modesto||4030 Kiernan Avenue||Modesto||CA||95356||209-545-7440|
|Ceres Police Department||2727 3rd Street||Ceres||CA||95307||209-538-5713|
|Hughson Police Department||7018 Pine Street||Hughson||CA||95326||209-883-4052|
|Modesto Police Department||600 10th Street||Modesto||CA||95354||209-572-9500|
|Newman Police Department||1200 Main Street||Newman||CA||95360||209-862-2902|
|Oakdale Police Department||245 North 2nd Avenue||Oakdale||CA||95361||209-847-2231|
|Patterson Police Services||33 South Del Puerto Avenue||Patterson||CA||95363||209-892-5071|
|Riverbank Police Services||6727 3rd Street||Riverbank||CA||95367||209-869-7162|
|Turlock Police Department||900 North Palm Street||Turlock||CA||95380||209-668-5550|
|Turlock Police Department||244 North Broadway||Turlock||CA||95380||209-668-5550|
|Waterford Police Services||320 E Street||Waterford||CA||95386||209-874-2349|
|Stanislaus County Sheriff Department|
|Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office||250 Hackett Road||Modesto||CA||95358||209-525-7216|
|Stanislaus County FBI Office|
|Salida California FBI Office||4805 Sisk Road||Salida||CA||95368||209-543-7846|
|Stanislaus County Probation Department|
|Stanislaus County Probation Department||2215 Blue Gum Avenue||Modesto||CA||95358||209-525-4598|
|Stanislaus County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|City of Modesto Crime Map|
|City of Turlock Parking Tickets|
|Modesto Police Department|
|Modesto Police Department Crime Maps|
|Modesto Police Department Missing Persons|
|Modesto Police Department Press Releases|
|Oakdale Police Department Daily Activity Log|
|Stanislaus County Arrest Warrants|
|Stanislaus County Child Support Warrants|
|Stanislaus County Crime Stoppers Most Wanted|
|Stanislaus County Criminal Records|
|Stanislaus County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Stanislaus County Police Department Crime Stoppers|
|Stanislaus County Sex Offender Registry|
|Stanislaus County Sex Offenders|
|Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department Inmate Search|
|Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Turlock Police Department|
How Searching For Warrant Records Works
A “warrant record” is simply a record that identifies a person. In the context of criminal investigations and other law enforcement activities, a warrant will show that there is probable cause to believe that a person committed a crime. The name of the person, his address, and name of their employer are typically listed on the warrant. If you’re wanted for questioning about an outstanding warrant, it’s a good idea to have knowledge of it before you talk to an arresting officer. Warrant records are available to law enforcement agencies across the country. While they are confidential and privileged information, you still can have one given to you if you can prove that you need it for your own safety.
You should know what type of warrant you are being asked to appear for. Common warrants are for “lies or crimes against personal property,” as well as “trespass.” Other types of warrants are for “sale of liquor,” “possession with intent to sell drugs,” and “sale of alcoholic beverages.” In some instances, you may be asked to come back to the station to be fingerprinted and photographed. While these requirements are not typical for all police departments, they may be for yours.
If you are being arrested for suspicion of a crime, it’s important to remember that you don’t have to talk to the officer who arrested you. Your lawyer can give you the information you need to prepare a strong defense against any charges filed against you. Even if you have been cooperative with the police, they may still be able to search and arrest you without telling you.
It’s important to know the status of your warrant. There are three main types: federal, state, and local. State warrants are issued by state police agencies; federal warrants are issued by federal agencies, and local warrants are issued by local police departments.
Warrant records are available for free from the Federal Fugitives Wing, which maintains a database of all fugitives. There is also an online system called MACE, or Mass Arrest Clearinghouse, which offers the same information at no cost to individuals. Anytime you are searched by police, you should make sure to get this information online. This will help you to prepare a strong defense in any way possible.
When looking for information about a specific person, you should search both local and federal police records. Most people are surprised when they learn that someone may be in jail for failure to appear in court. When searching online, you’ll learn a person’s criminal history, but you won’t know exactly what has happened with the person’s warrant for arrest. You should always try to get a warrant canceled, because this means that the police are taking the person’s word that they didn’t know about the warrant.