Gordon County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(2912)Gordon County Police Departments
Calhoun Police Department200 North Wall StreetCalhounGA30701706-629-1234
Gordon County Police Departments
Fairmount Police Department2567 U.s. 411FairmountGA30139706-337-5503
Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Law Enforcement - New Echota Historic Site1211 Chatsworth Highway 225 NortheastCalhounGA30701706-624-1321
Georgia State Patrol Troop A Post 43 - Calhoun402 Belwood Road SoutheastCalhounGA30701706-624-1477
Resaca Police Department3035 Battlefield ParkwayResacaGA30735706-624-1357
Gordon County Sheriff Departments
Gordon County Sheriff's Office2700 U.s. 41CalhounGA30701
Gordon County Sheriffs Department / Gordon County Jail101 Piedmont StreetCalhounGA30701706-629-1244
Gordon County Probation Department
Gordon County Probation DepartmentPO Box 669CalhounGA30703706-629-7314
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Gordon County Arrest Warrants

What Is a Warrant?

Warrant records are one of the most sensitive pieces of public information and as such need to be handled with care. Unlike typical public documents such as birth, death, marriage and divorce records that you can access for free anywhere in the country, warrant searches are considered to be an “information privacy” issue. This means that you are not supposed to disclose any details about your searches to anybody except your lawyer. However, people who want to search for warrants are now finding it easier than ever before to do so from the privacy and comfort of their own home. The Internet has provided consumers with a wealth of resources that previously required a lot of detective work and a great deal of money to accomplish.

In Gordon County Georgia, warrants are created when individuals are charged with criminal offenses. These warrants are typically issued by a judge upon the issuance of a complaint or arrest warrant. Unlike other public records that are freely available to the general public, a warrant cannot be just searched by anyone. They are filed in the courthouse in which the crime happened. This means that if you want to get a copy of a warrant then you will have to go to the courthouse in the county in which the warrant was filed.

Warrant records are available to the general public. There are many different public records websites that offer warrant database search services to the public. However, these records are only available to people who live and have legal permission to be in possession of a specific public record. For instance, you would not be able to obtain criminal background information on yourself from a public website regarding a warrant if you live in a non-custodial state without written consent from your ex-spouse.

People who are conducting warrant searches on others do so because they have suspicions that a person may be violating public or state laws. Warrant searches allow law enforcement and other officials to investigate crimes before they become a full-blown criminal case. For instance, someone who suspects that his or her partner is cheating on them might perform a search to see if there is any evidence that their fears are justified.

It is important that anyone who is performing a search on another person does so with permission from that person or his or her legal representative. A person can only give permission for one reason – to get a warrant. If a person does not have a valid reason to conduct a criminal background search, he or she cannot use the system. Additionally, anyone who conducts a search without getting proper authorization can face criminal charges.

Criminal background checks are considered to be public records. Therefore, anyone can perform a warrant search on another person. Warrant records are not public, but some states make it easy for people to access these records online for a small fee.