|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2954)Gwinnett County Police Departments|
|Georgia Gwinnett College Police Dept.||1000 University Center Lane||Lawrenceville||GA||30043|
|Gwinnett County Police Departments|
|Gwinnett County Police Department - Central Precinct||3125 Satellite Boulevard||Duluth||GA||30096||770-495-3900|
|Gwinnett County Police Department - Headquarters||770 Hi Hope Road||Lawrenceville||GA||30043||770-513-5000|
|Gwinnett County Police Department District 1 - Westside Precinct||6160 Crescent Drive||Norcross||GA||30071||770-417-2376|
|Gwinnett County Police Department District 2 - Southside Precinct||2180 Stone Drive Southwest||Lilburn||GA||30047||770-982-4440|
|Gwinnett County Police Department District 3 - Northside Precinct||2735 Mall of Georgia Boulevard||Buford||GA||30519||770-932-4830|
|Gwinnett County Police Department District 4 - Eastside Precinct||2273 Alcovy Road Southeast||Dacula||GA||30019||770-338-7430|
|Gwinnett County School Police||52 Gwinnett Drive||Lawrenceville||GA||30046|
|Dacula Marshals Office||442 Harbins Road||Dacula||GA||30019||770-963-7451|
|Duluth Police Department||3276 Buford Highway||Duluth||GA||30096||770-476-4151|
|Lawrenceville Police Department||300 Jackson Street||Lawrenceville||GA||30046||770-963-2443|
|Lawrenceville Police Department||20 South Clayton Street||Lawrenceville||GA||30046||770-963-2443|
|Lilburn Police Department||76 Main Street Northwest||Lilburn||GA||30047||770-921-2211|
|Norcross Police Department||65 Lawrenceville Street Northwest||Norcross||GA||30071||770-448-2111|
|Snellville Police Department||2686 Springdale Road||Snellville||GA||30039||770-985-3555|
|Suwanee Police Department||373 U.s. 23||Suwanee||GA||30024||770-945-8995|
|Gwinnett County Sheriff Department|
|Gwinnett County Sheriffs Department / Gwinnett County Detention Center||2900 University Parkway||Lawrenceville||GA||30043||770-619-6500|
|Gwinnett County Probation Department|
|Gwinnett County Probation Department||115 Stone Mountain Street||Lawrenceville||GA||30046||770-619-6020|
|Gwinnett County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|County of Gwinnett Clerk of Court Records|
|Duluth Municipal Court Records|
|Gwinnett County Arrest Records|
|Gwinnett County Arrest Warrants|
|Gwinnett County Child Support Warrants|
|Gwinnett County Criminal Records|
|Gwinnett County Government Bench Warrants|
|Gwinnett County Jail Records|
|Gwinnett County Most Wanted|
|Gwinnett County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Gwinnett County Police Department Press Releases|
|Gwinnett County Police Department Website|
|Gwinnett County Sex Offender Registry|
|Gwinnett County Sheriff Website|
|Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office Offender Search|
|Lawrenceville Municipal Court Records|
|Norcross Municipal Court Records|
|Snellville Municipal Court Records|
Search Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Gwinnett County Georgia are accessible to anyone who needs it. These are the documents that enable an individual or law enforcement officer to gain access to a person’s arrest record, or to see if they have a criminal background. If you’re ever stopped on suspicion of a crime, and then subsequently arrested, the officer will have written information in your booking paperwork that will serve as evidence. In some cases you can get the records for free. Others will have to be requested through various channels.
Many people wonder what types of information they can get from a search warrant. The first thing you need to know is that a search warrant does not allow police to look through your home or take any other action against you. It only allows them to look in the public records at your place of business. The peace of mind gained by not having your house searched can be quite valuable.
If you are being arrested for a warrant, you are probably not going to want to tell your friends or family. They may believe you are innocent and therefore will not be concerned. However, the fact that you have been arrested does not mean that you are necessarily innocent. You do have the right to be informed of any public records about you. In some states, such as Georgia, this is a right that is given by the Freedom of Information Act.
There are several different types of warrants. First there are arrest warrants. This type of warrant authorizes law enforcement to arrest the person for any crime, even without holding a court trial. Subpoenas can be issued in connection with these arrest warrants as well. A search warrant, however, only allows law enforcement to look inside the records of the person that is accused of the crime.
Finally, there are jail warrants. Jail warrants authorize law enforcement to hold a person in jail pending formal proceedings. This is the most serious of all warrants, and is also one that you will not be able to get much information on. These records are maintained by various law enforcement agencies across the country.
Warrant records are considered to be public information. That is why you will find many links on the Internet that allow you to search for these records. All you will have to do is type in the person’s name that you are investigating. If you don’t know the person’s name or have no idea what the reasons for the warrant may be, then you should skip over this option and go straight to a local police station or courthouse to start looking.