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(2776)Chatham County Police Departments
Chatham County Public Schools Campus Police208 Bull StreetSavannahGA31401912-201-5600
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Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department - Downtown Precinct1512 Bull StreetSavannahGA31401912-651-6931
Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department - Oglethorpe Mall7804 Abercorn StreetSavannahGA31406912-351-3400
Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department - Precinct 1295 Police Memorial DriveSavannahGA31405912-652-6560
Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department201 Habersham StreetSavannahGA31401
Armstrong Atlantic State University Police Department11935 Abercorn StreetSavannahGA31419
Bloomingdale Police Department6 Adams RoadBloomingdaleGA31302912-748-8302
Bloomingdale Police Department8 U.s. 80BloomingdaleGA31302912-748-8302
Garden City Police Department100 Main StreetGardenGA31408912-966-7770
Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Law Enforcement - Skidaway Island State Park52 Diamond CausewaySavannahGA31411912-598-2300
Georgia Ports Authority Police2 Main StreetPort WentworthGA31407
Pooler Police Department119 U.s. 80PoolerGA31322912-748-7333
Port Wentworth Police Department323 Cantyre StreetPort WentworthGA31407912-964-4360
Savannah Hilton Head International Airport Police Department400 Airways AvenueSavannahGA31408912-964-7501
Savannah Police Department Precinct 554 Johnny Mercer BoulevardSavannahGA31410912-898-3253
Savannah State University Dept Of Public Safety.3219 College StreetSavannahGA31404
Thunderbolt Police Department2821 River DriveThunderboltGA31404912-354-3818
Tybee Island Police Department78 Van Horne AvenueTybee IslandGA31328912-786-5600
Chatham County Sheriff Department
Chatham County Sheriffs Department / Chatham County Jail1050 Carl Griffin DriveSavannahGA31405912-652-7795
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Savannah Georgia DEA Office56 Park of Commerce BoulevardSavannahGA31405912-447-1035
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Savannah Georgia FBI Office220 East Bryan StreetSavannahGA31401912-232-3716
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Chatham County Probation Department133 Montgomery StreetSavannahGA31401912-652-7308
Quitman County Probation DepartmentPO Box 7GeorgetownGA39854229-334-2224
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Why You Need to Check Up on Your Warrant Records

If you are ever stopped by the police for suspicion of a crime, then one of the first pieces of information that the officer will want to have is a copy of your warrant records. This is needed so that the investigating officer can look them up and see if they hold evidence that will help them come up with a case against the person being arrested. Warrant records are available to anyone who requests them, regardless of how they got the records. They are basically a legal document that certifies that a person is under arrest for a specific crime.

Warrants can be issued by any local court. They are kept in a database that is accessible to law enforcement officers. The records are all public information, but only a few are public at all times. This is because they are stored as part of the courts duty of keeping track of who has been convicted of a crime, which is why there are so many warrants out for people’s arrests. You can only access those that are public at certain times of the year.

To get a copy of a warrant you need to contact the station where the warrant is kept. They will either send you a paper copy or they will email it to you. Some may charge a small fee to get a copy. It depends on what agency holds the record. It will also depend on how many warrants are on a person, and the amount of time since their last arrest for that offense.

When you get the records, you will need to know what they say. Sometimes the information is not very relevant, so you will not want to waste your time searching for it. However, sometimes a person’s background may point to them being wanted for something illegal. In this case, you will need to get the Warrant Records in Chatham County Georgia in order to determine if you want to continue running that person’s name through the criminal records. This is not as important if it is someone who has only one offense, as you can use other resources for that.

The other important question is why you are looking for the warrant. If it is because you are suspicious of a person, then you will probably want to run a warrant search. However, there are some warrant searches that may be unnecessary. For example, if the person does not own a car and has no other assets, then the courts will most likely not issue the warrants, unless there is some reason to believe they might use that car to commit some crime.

Regardless of the reason, it is your right as a U.S. citizen to see the warrant if you want. If you are in the process of hiring a new employee to ensure they are qualified to do the job you need them to do, then you may want to run a warrant check. If you are dating someone and want to make sure that they are not committing any crimes before getting together, then you may want to obtain their criminal records. Even if there is nothing to worry about, it is still important to know the status of your neighbors, so that you can protect your family and property.