Fayette County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2904)Fayette County Police Departments
Fayette County Marshals Office140 Stonewall Avenue WestFayettevilleGA30214770-461-5679
Fayette County Police Departments
Fayetteville Police Department760 Jimmie Mayfield BoulevardFayettevilleGA30215770-461-4441
Peachtree City Police Department350 Georgia 74PeachtreeGA30269770-487-8866
Tyrone Police Department945 Senoia RoadTyroneGA30290770-487-4732
Fayette County Sheriff Department
Fayette County Sheriffs Office / Fayette County Jail155 Johnson AvenueFayettevilleGA30214770-461-5266
Fayette County Probation Department
Fayette County Probation Department195 Bradford SquareFayettevilleGA30215770-716-0434
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Accessing Warrant Records

The most common question that is asked by a lot of people about their warrants is, “What are warrants?” Warrants are special issued letters from judges that allow law enforcement officials to search and arrest any person without the need for a formal court case. Warrant records are one of the most requested public records by law enforcement officials from all over the nation. Warrant records contain information on arrests and convictions that may have been done by an individual. They also contain other information such as the person’s age, date of birth, social security number, place of birth and more.

Warrant records can be requested from various places such as county or state courthouse or through the courts themselves. Most states require you to personally go to the courthouse and fill out a form stating your intent to obtain the records, which then give you a copy of the paperwork needed to obtain your records upon payment of a small fee. This is usually how most people search for these records, however it may not always be the easiest way for everyone. You could end up paying for something you didn’t request. In addition, you must physically go to the courthouse in order to file for the request, something many people find time and again difficult to do.

A better way for people to search for their warrant records is through the Internet. By visiting websites that store criminal history information, you can search for a person’s name and discover if they have any warrants out for their arrest. You can then perform a background check on that person by going to a website that will connect you with national databases so that you can find out if the person has ever had a warrant out for their arrest or conviction.

There are different websites that will connect you with these databases. All you have to do is type in the person’s name and current address and then wait a few seconds while the website conducts a nationwide search. Once the results are back, you will see all of the information regarding the person. If you want more detailed information than just a name and current address, you will be able to purchase an annual subscription to get access to the person’s full background report.

If you don’t want to pay for a national search, there are local government agencies that conduct their own warrant searches. These services will give you a simple name and current address search for free. But if you’re looking for more detailed information, you will probably have to pay a fee. The national search will return names of warrant holders and arrest records. The local government records will show other important information, such as a person’s parole records, if they have ever been arrested in more than one county or state, and their sex crimes.

Nowadays, many states are making it easier for people to obtain warrant records. Before becoming law, there weren’t many resources available to the public regarding a person’s warrant records. This made it incredibly difficult for employers, landlords, business owners and parents to safely hire someone without knowing for sure that the person has a clean record. As of late, there are a variety of companies that have taken it upon themselves to fill this gap. They have developed online systems that allow anyone to access these public records from anywhere in the country. Companies usually charge a nominal fee for this service, and you can have access to warrant records in as little as 7 days.