Columbia County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2787)Columbia County Police Departments
Columbia County Marshals Department640 Ronald Reagan DriveEvansGA30809706-868-3319
Columbia County Police Departments
Columbia County Schools Public Safety533 Blue Ridge DriveEvansGA30809
Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Law Enforcement - Mistletoe State Park3725 Mistletoe RoadApplingGA30802706-541-0321
Grovetown Department Of Public Safety / Grovetown City Jail306 East Robinson AvenueGrovetownGA30813706-863-1212
Harlem Department Of Public Safety / Harlem Jail180 North Louisville StreetHarlemGA30814706-556-6262
Harlem Police Department110 Village RunHarlemGA30814706-556-6262
Columbia County Sheriff Departments
Columbia County Sheriffs Department / Columbia County Jail2273 County Camp RoadApplingGA30802706-541-0754
Columbia County Sheriffs Office - Substation650 Ronald Reagan DriveEvansGA30809706-447-7650
Columbia County Probation Department
Columbia County Probation Department1958 Appling Harlem RoadApplingGA30802706-541-0033
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How to Find Out the Owner of a Warrant

Warrant Records in Columbia County Georgia are one of the most commonly searched public records in the state. This is because warrants, or court orders to show probable cause that a person has committed a crime, may be issued by any circuit court. The records are also available for free at the county clerk office and sometimes are available online. But, if you wish to have access to this information for free, you may need to contact the clerk of court in your county.

Warrants are one of the most important pieces of public record. They give the police enough information to show when and where a person was arrested, how they were arrested and if they were allowed to leave the jurisdiction at any time prior to their arrest. If there’s an outstanding warrant out for your name, it will appear on your record; therefore, it’s important to be aware of it.

Performing a warrant search is simple. You can either visit your local courthouse and request a copy of the warrant, or do a search online. The first step to performing a search is to request the record from the courthouse. To find out the person’s name, you’ll need the full names of the defendant and the victim. Enter all this information into Google or another search engine, and look at the results. If the person’s name is listed, then you know they have a warrant.

If a person doesn’t have any warrants against their name, then there may be no record of them at all. This is because the clerk of court may not have kept records up to date. He/she may not keep records of everything that happens in a county or state. In the case of warrants, the person may have been accused of something, but not charged, and therefore, the record may not exist.

In some cases, a person’s record may be “purged” by the courts. If an arrest is made, the arresting officer will submit the warrant to the court. If it is approved, then the person is legally allowed to have it; however, if it isn’t, the person can have it removed through “sealed bidding”. To do this, the person must ask the court that the warrant should be removed. They may also ask to remove any reference to the warrant on their official records. However, if it is on their normal files, they may not be able to have the warrant “purged”, unless they can prove that it shouldn’t be on their files.

If you want to look up a person’s warrant history, you’ll need their name and address. This can be done online; in many cases, you’ll just need to type their full name in the search box, and then do a search. If there’s a record of the person’s name, you’ll see a link to the county courthouse, or your state’s department of corrections (if they were in jail), or even the national sex offenders’ registry.