Atkinson County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2583)Atkinson County Police Departments
Pearson Police Department202 South Main StreetPearsonGA31642912-422-7411
Atkinson County Police Departments
Pearson Police Department89 South Main StreetPearsonGA31642912-422-7411
Willacoochee Police Department103 Fleetwood AvenueWillacoocheeGA31650912-534-5991
Willacoochee Police Department33 Fleetwood AvenueWillacoocheeGA31650912-534-5991
Atkinson County Sheriff Departments
Atkinson County Sheriff20 West Smith AvenuePearsonGA31642912-422-3611
Atkinson County Sheriffs Office / Atkinson County JailWest Smith AvenuePearsonGA31642912-422-3611
Atkinson County Probation Department
Atkinson County Probation Department86 South Main StreetPearsonGA31642912-422-3343
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Where to Look Up Warrant Records in Atkinson County Georgia

If you have any suspicion that a person may have committed a crime, one of the best places to turn to is to perform a search for “warrant records.” These are typically court issued documents that allow police and other law enforcement officials to obtain an individual’s criminal history. Because warrants are public information, they are one of the easiest ways to find out the information about someone. Performing a warrant search will allow you to find out if there is an outstanding warrant out for their arrest, or to simply learn more about them.

Before you can search for these records, though, you must be able to find out what information is contained inside of them. You can’t simply look up the person’s name and find out what the warrants say because they aren’t going to tell you when you request the records. Instead, you’ll need to get a judge’s authorization in order to conduct a search, and then you’ll have to fill out a court form that tells the courts why you need the records.

In many instances, there are reasons that a person would want to look up criminal information on another person. If you are hiring someone to work at your home or for your business, there might be some employees who are potentially dangerous. Additionally, you may have seen a person at the grocery store who seemed suspicious and shouldn’t have bought that item. Regardless of the reason, the only way to conduct a search is to get a warrant signed by a judge. This shows that the person is lawfully in the country and has probable cause to believe that they are involved in criminal activity.

The process of getting a criminal record check usually takes about two weeks. This means that you’ll want to have all the paperwork needed ready before you start. You’ll need to show the person that you have a warrant for their arrest, and you’ll also need to provide proof that you have the signature of a judge (the official must always sign their name). Then, it’s just a matter of arranging to have the warrant picked up from the courthouse in Atkinson County Georgia.

You can do your search online for Atkins County Georgia by visiting your local county courthouse. Most of the time, the courthouse will allow you to do an online background check. All you have to do is give them the person’s name and the date of the warrant. The website will then return if the person has a warrant for their arrest. If they do, you can then arrange to have the warrant served to the person.

Another option is to go down to the local sheriff’s office to see if there is a record of the person. You will usually have to give them the person’s name and birth date in order to get this type of search done. You’ll find that having this type of search done is very quick and easy, but you won’t be able to get a clear picture of what exactly caused the warrant in the first place. It can help you to learn some of the reasons why the person had the warrant issued in the first place though.