Kent County Delaware Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(97)Kent County Police Departments
Camden Police Department261 East Camden Wyoming AvenueCamdenDE19934302-698-9232
Kent County Police Departments
Cheswold Police Department333 Main StreetCheswoldDE19936302-734-2202
Clayton Police Department414 Main StreetClaytonDE19938302-653-8186
Delaware Capitol Police Department150 Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard SouthDoverDE19901302-744-4380
Delaware Department Of Natural Resources And Environmental Control - Headquarters89 Kings Highway SouthwestDoverDE19901302-739-5072
Delaware State Fire Marshal Office1537 Chestnut Grove RoadDoverDE19904302-739-5665
Delaware State Police - Headquarters1441 North Dupont HighwayDoverDE19901302-739-5911
Delaware State Police Troop 3 - Dover3306 Upper King RoadDoverDE19904302-697-4454
Delaware State University Department Of Public Safety1200 North Dupont HighwayDoverDE19901302-857-6290
Dover Police Department400 South Queen StreetDoverDE19904302-736-7111
Felton Police Department24 East Sewell StreetFeltonDE19943302-284-8441
Harrington Police Department10 Mechanic StreetHarringtonDE19952302-398-4495
Milford Police Department400 Northeast Front StreetMilfordDE19963302-422-8081
Smyrna Police Department325 West Glenwood AvenueSmyrnaDE19977302-653-9217
Town of Cheswold333 Main StreetCheswoldDE302-734-6991
Wyoming Police Department1 North Railroad AvenueWyomingDE19934302-697-7960
Kent County Sheriff Departments
Kent County Sheriff's Office555 South Bay RoadDoverDE19901302-736-2161
Kent County Sheriffs Department38 The GreenDoverDE19901302-736-2161
Kent County FBI Office
Dover Delaware FBI Office300 South New StreetDoverDE19904302-734-3517
Kent County Probation Department
Kent County Probation Department511 Maple ParkwayDoverDE19901302-739-5387
Kent County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Dover Police Department Crime Map
Dover Police Department Press Releases
Dover Police Department Website
Kent County Arrest Warrants
Kent County Child Support Warrants
Kent County Court Records (Delaware)
Kent County Jail Records
Kent County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Kent County Sex Offender Registry
Kent County Sheriff's Office Property Records
Kent County Sheriff's Office Property Records (Delaware)
Kent County Sheriff's Office Website
Smyrna Police Department Press Releases

What Is a Warrant Record?

Warrant Records in Kent County, Delaware are public documents that serve as proof of a person’s innocence. When there is a suspicion of a person’s involvement in any criminal acts, they are recorded as a Warrant of Warrants. Warrants are issued by a judge upon the request of a prosecutor or police officer. This document contains the name of the accused, his address, along with the crime he is being accused of and the charges that are being sought. Once a person’s warrant is activated it becomes a matter of public record. It can be searched for free and anyone who is interested can learn the information.

The Delaware State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation maintain the files for warrants. There are many reasons for someone to seek out information on a Warrant. They may be investigating a potential case of murder, rape, kidnapping, drug trafficking, etc. Warrant searches can also be conducted by anyone who has any suspicions of a person’s activities.

Warrant records are available to the general public and can be obtained at the local police station or Federal Bureau of Investigation office. If you have any doubts however, you should contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation directly. They will ask you for information regarding the person that you are searching for. You will need all of the person’s personal information, name, date of birth, social security number and any other pertinent information that can be found relevant by them. If they are unable to provide you with the needed information, you should contact the Kent County courthouse for further assistance.

The purpose of these Warrant Records is to aid in any investigation that they may conduct. It is a public record, so anyone is entitled to obtain the information. This means that any law enforcement officer that is performing their duties is required to keep this information confidential. However, the person in question will have the right to appeal any decision that is made regarding their records.

In instances that a person does not meet the standards for obtaining a warrant, they can challenge the validity of the warrant. If they are correct, the courts will then issue a warrant to the law enforcement official, allowing them to search and seize the person involved. If the person challenges the legality of the search, they may only be allowed to search, without a warrant, for thirty days.

Warrant Records are available to the public, but most people have never even heard of them. These records are kept in various places, such as the county recorder’s office, Federal Bureau of Investigation office, and the courts. When you search for them, you can search for your own state, county and/or federal records. There are many companies that offer these services, but there are a few that specialize solely in warrant record databases.

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