|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2681)Bartow County Police Departments|
|Bartow County Board Of Education - Safety And Security||65 Gilreath Road Southeast||Cartersville||GA||30121|
|Bartow County Police Departments|
|Adairsville Police Department||100 Public Square||Adairsville||GA||30103||770-773-7778|
|Cartersville Police Department||178 West Main Street||Cartersville||GA||30120||770-382-2526|
|Emerson Police Department||700 Georgia 293||Emerson||GA||30137||770-386-6696|
|Euharlee Police Department||30 Burge's Mill Road||Euharlee||GA||30145||770-386-7339|
|Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Law Enforcement - Red Top Mountain State Park||50 Lodge Road Southeast||Cartersville||GA||30121||770-975-4226|
|Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division - Region 1 Law Enforcement||781 Red Top Mountain Road Southeast||Acworth||GA||30102||706-624-1367|
|Georgia State Patrol Troop A Post 3 - Cartersville||1300 Joe Frank Harris Parkway Southeast||Cartersville||GA||30120||770-387-3700|
|Kingston Police Department||30 West Main Street||Kingston||GA||30145||770-336-5507|
|White Police Department||19 West Rocky Street||White||GA||30184||770-382-9383|
|Bartow County Sheriff Departments|
|Bartow County Sheriff / Bartow County Jail||104 Zena Drive||Cartersville||GA||30121||770-382-5050|
|Bartow County Sheriff's Office||104 Zena Drive||Cartersville||GA||30121||770-382-5050|
|Bartow County Probation Department|
|Bartow County Probation Department||113 South Erwin Street||Cartersville||GA||30120||770-382-3313|
|Bartow County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Adairsville Municipal Court Records|
|Bartow County Arrest Records|
|Bartow County Arrest Warrants|
|Bartow County Child Support Warrants|
|Bartow County Criminal Records|
|Bartow County Most Wanted|
|Bartow County Sex Offender Registry|
|Cartersville Municipal Court Records|
|Euharlee Municipal Court Records|
|Kingston Municipal Court Records|
Warrant Records And Your Criminal Record
Warrant Records in Bartown are public documents, filed with the State Office of Courts and delivered to the individual through service providers. The person in charge of creating the records is the county sheriff or some other named official. The warrants are issued for various violations or crimes such as murder, rape, burglary, theft, possession of drugs or trafficking of illegal drugs. Warrant records can be filed by visiting your local courthouse or by mail if you prefer not to file in person. The State of Georgia has created a website where one can search for warrants.
If you are involved in any investigation involving criminal activity, you may need to have access to these records. If you suspect your neighbor, child care provider, employee, customer or employee of any crime, you may want to know who they are talking to or doing business with. You may just have suspicions about your spouse or girlfriend cheating on you, but you have no solid proof. If you need this information to solve a problem or to protect yourself and your family, then knowing this information will help you make an informed decision.
It is important to remember that warrants are not issued based solely on suspicion. The arrest must be made with probable cause to believe the person committed the crime. You can’t just pull up at their front door and arrest them because you saw them doing something wrong outside. In order to have the best probable cause, the police must have probable cause to believe a person has committed a specific crime prior to making an arrest.
Warrant records allow law enforcement officers and other officials to have an accurate description of the person committing the crime, when the crime was committed, and from whom the suspect is accused. This enables them to find and apprehend the suspect much more quickly, ensuring the safety of the public. Warrant records allow law enforcement officials to locate, apprehension and arrest any person for any crime, whether they are on probation, parole, on the sex offenders list or any other registry.
If you are an employer, you will want to know as much as you can about an applicant. You want to make sure they are who they say they are, and there is a good chance that you have some sort of criminal record. There is no reason to take a chance and hire someone with a record. That means you will need to get warrants pulled on these people. These records are not widely available like regular public records, but you can find out someone’s arrest record by searching online.
An arrest warrant only shows for the time the person was arrested, not for how long they were actually in jail. The arrest may show as a charge or it may also be as a misdemeanor. If a person has been arrested for a crime, their record will show the arrest warrant and if they are in jail, it will also show as a misdemeanor.