|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Cave Spring Police Department||10 Cave Spring Road Southwest||Cave Spring||GA||30124||706-777-3382|
|Cave Spring Police Department||3 Georgia Ave||Cave Spring||GA||30124||706-777-3384|
|Georgia State Patrol Troop A Post 38 - Rome||3386 Martha Berry Highway||Rome||GA||30165||706-295-6002|
|Rome Police Department||5 Government Plaza||Rome||GA||30161||706-238-5111|
|Floyd County Sheriff Departments|
|Floyd County Jail||2526 New Calhoun Highway Northeast||Rome||GA||30161||706-291-4111|
|Floyd County Sheriffs Office||3 Government Plaza||Rome||GA||30161||706-291-5201|
|Floyd County DEA Office|
|Rome Georgia DEA Office||5 Government Plaza||Rome||GA||30161||706-232-5104|
|Floyd County FBI Office|
|Rome Georgia FBI Office||600 West 1st Street||Rome||GA||30161||706-291-7364|
|Floyd County Probation Department|
|Floyd County Probation Department||400 Broad Street||Rome||GA||30161||706-295-6607|
|Floyd County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|City of Rome Court Records|
|Floyd County Arrest Records|
|Floyd County Arrest Warrants|
|Floyd County Child Support Warrants|
|Floyd County Criminal Records|
|Floyd County Jail Records|
|Floyd County Most Wanted|
|Floyd County Sex Offender Registry|
|Floyd County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Floyd County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted|
|Floyd County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search|
|Floyd County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Rome City Government Parking Tickets|
|Rome News-Tribune Publication Police and Fire Logs|
|(2905)Floyd County Police Departments|
|Floyd County Police Department||5 Government Plaza||Rome||GA||30161||706-235-7766|
|Floyd County Police Departments|
Arrest Warrant Criminal Records in Other Counties
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How to Search for Warrant Records
Warrant records are public documents that allow law enforcement agencies (LEAs) to keep track of persons accused or charged with crimes. In addition, it allows courts and the public to find out if someone is legally assigned a drivers license. If you’re involved in any type of legal situation where your privacy is an issue, these records can be extremely useful.
Warrant records are typically kept in two places. One is in the county where the person was arrested and the other is in the state where they were arrested. Perpetual nationwide searches of warrant records can be extremely useful for anyone whose background has been checked due to their driving privileges.
Warrant records will reveal personal information about the person like their full name, date of birth, social security number, current and previous addresses, telephone numbers, background checks, work history, financial data, any warrants issued against them, and more. They also show current and past address history. This information can prove extremely useful if you need to look for someone at work. The problem with this is that warrant records are considered public information and can be freely accessed by any member of the public.
When performing a search, you’ll first have to locate the person’s warrant. This can be done by contacting the county where the arrest was made or by using a search engine such as Google. Most warrant searches will lead you directly to the arrest warrant, but occasionally it may lead you to another court record or someone’s Facebook page. If all else fails, you can contact the local courthouse and ask for their resources. It may be necessary to get a legal copy of the warrant in order to proceed with the search.
While warrant records are public records, you do have the right to access them if you so choose. Many people don’t want to reveal their identity for fear of having their warrant records released to the public. However, since these records are public record, the government is allowed to make these records public if they so choose. If you’re requesting a record of a person’s arrest warrant, you should definitely talk to a lawyer before doing so.
Warrant records can be extremely useful when you’re attempting to find out more about an individual. If you suspect that your husband or wife is cheating, you can use criminal records to uncover evidence of their infidelity. Performing a warrant background check on anyone whose name you find during your background check can help you obtain proof.