|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2684)Bibb County Police Departments|
|Bibb County Board Of Education Campus Police||2444 Roff Avenue||Macon||GA||31204|
|Bibb County Police Departments|
|Bibb County Drug Squad||651 Hazel Street||Macon||GA||31201||478-621-5510|
|Bibb County Law Enforcement Center||668 Oglethorpe Street||Macon||GA||31201||478-746-9441|
|Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division - Region 4 Law Enforcement||2618 Shurling Drive||Macon||GA||31211||478-751-6415|
|Georgia Forestry Commission||5645 Riggins Mill Road||Dry Branch||GA||31020||478-751-3500|
|Macon Police Department||682 Cherry Street||Macon||GA||31201||478-751-7505|
|Macon Police Department||700 Poplar Street||Macon||GA||31201||478-751-7505|
|Macon Police Department - Precinct 1||1765 Shurling Drive||Macon||GA||31211||478-751-9116|
|Macon Police Department - Precinct 2||2654 Houston Avenue||Macon||GA||31206||478-751-9171|
|Macon Police Department - Precinct 3||400 Pio Nono Avenue||Macon||GA||31204||478-751-9276|
|Macon Police Department - Precinct 4||3711 Bloomfield Road||Macon||GA||31206||478-751-9134|
|Macon State College||100 College Station Drive||Macon||GA||31206|
|Medical Center Of Central Georgia Police||777 Hemlock Street||Macon||GA||31201|
|Wesleyan College Police Department||4760 Forsyth Road||Macon||GA||31210||478-757-5138|
|Bibb County Sheriff Department|
|Bibb County Sheriffs Office||668 Oglethorpe Street||Macon||GA||31201||478-746-9441|
|Bibb County DEA Office|
|Macon Georgia DEA Office||3920 Arkwright Road||Macon||GA||31210||478-757-8754|
|Bibb County FBI Office|
|Macon Georgia FBI Office||201 2nd Street||Macon||GA||31201||478-745-1271|
|Bibb County Probation Departments|
|Bibb County Probation Department||601 Mulberry Street||Macon||GA||31201||478-621-6330|
|Macon County Probation Department||601 Mulberry Street||Macon||GA||31201||478-621-6676|
|Bibb County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Bibb County Arrest Records|
|Bibb County Arrest Warrants|
|Bibb County Child Support Warrants|
|Bibb County Criminal Records|
|Bibb County Police Records|
|Bibb County Sex Offender Registry|
|Bibb County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Bibb County Sheriff's Office Police Press Releases|
|Bibb County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Bibb Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search|
|Macon-Bibb County District Attorney Website|
Criminal Records Are Not Always Available to the Public
Warrant Records in Bibb County Georgia are one of the most requested public records of today. It is a fact that people can now be charged with crimes, even if they have not been accused of the crime yet. Because warrants are now part of the criminal law, anyone can be placed under arrest for any and all reasons at all, even if they are never charged with any crime in their lives.
The only way to avoid being arrested with a criminal warrant is to be absolutely sure that you do not have one before making any contact with the police. Warrant records allow a person to see exactly what charges a person is facing, and this can help them make the best decision on whether or not to plead guilty or no contest. While there are certain circumstances in which it is impossible to avoid a criminal warrant, there are many other ways for a person to avoid being under investigation.
Warrant records are kept in separate departments within the court system. They are kept separate from each other, and only a select few people in each jurisdiction have access to them. They are only available to the person whose name appears on the warrant, and he or she must sign a form stating that he or she has given permission for the records to be searched. Failure to sign such a form may cause a person to be charged with obstruction of justice, which is a more serious charge than simple obstruction of privacy.
Having a criminal record does not automatically mean that a person will be found guilty. Every situation is different, and while it is possible for a person with a warrant to be found guilty, it is also possible for that person to remain free because the warrant was invalid, or for some other reason. In these cases, the person who had the warrant will be notified by law enforcement that they need to appear in court to answer to their citation. In most cases, the person will simply show up.
Warrant records are public, but they are considered to be a private, federal, and state record. That means that they can not be used to hire someone to work for you, to give loans or mortgages, or to rent an apartment. If a person has a warrant for their arrest, it can affect their ability to get a new job, buy a cell phone, or even get in to a car. If you are interested in checking to see if you or a family member has been targeted by a warrant, you may be able to find out this information through a variety of online resources.
Warrant records are public, but not all records are actually public. If a person’s rights were violated in some way, they can request that their criminal records be sealed so that no one else can find out about it. This can happen in any number of situations, ranging from a person committing a crime in another state to them having a sex offense in the state where they live, to them being declared a dangerous person after being arrested for an outstanding warrant in their own town.