Laurens County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(3019)Laurens County Police Departments
Dublin Police Department346 South Jefferson StreetDublinGA31021478-277-5023
Laurens County Police Departments
Dublin Police Department100 South Church StreetDublinGA31021478-272-1620
East Dublin Police Department119 Soperton AvenueEast DublinGA31027478-272-6883
East Dublin Police Department116 Savannah AvenueEast DublinGA31027478-272-6883
Georgia State Patrol Troop F Post 20 - Dublin533 Southern Pines RoadDublinGA31021478-275-6629
Laurens County Sheriff Department
Laurens County Sheriffs Department / Laurens County Jail511 Southern Pines RoadDublinGA31021478-272-1522
Laurens County Probation Department
Laurens County Probation DepartmentPO Box 2098DublinGA31040478-272-2566
Laurens County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Dublin City Police Department Website
Dublin County Court Clerk Traffic Citations
Laurens County Arrest Records
Laurens County Arrest Warrants
Laurens County Child Support Warrants
Laurens County Criminal Records
Laurens County Sex Offender Registry
Laurens County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search

How to Search For Warrants Records

If you are interested in background information on a person, one of the best places to look is to perform a search on warrants. A warrant is simply a court order that allows law enforcement officials to arrest and detain someone. Warrants can be issued for a variety of reasons, from crimes such as rape and murder to civil infractions like driving under the influence. In Georgia, warrants are recorded and stored at various county courthouses.

To locate a person’s record, you will first need to determine whether your jurisdiction has an online database or not. In most cases, these records are available for free. However, some counties may charge a small fee to cover the costs of storing and maintaining the records.

Once you know if the courthouse you are interested in has these records available for free or not, you will be ready to begin your search. Many warrant searches in Laurens County are free, but they can also be done for a small fee. This is often worth the money because it allows you to have peace of mind knowing that someone you have concerns about has been caught.

To perform a warrant search, one of the first things you can do is to check your current address. A person’s name can become a matter of public record if they are arrested and later convicted of a crime. If you have a copy of their arrest record, you can search for it online. It is common to find other people with the same name, so you may find yourself searching multiple records. This could take hours, especially if the person you are checking on has lived in multiple counties. If you are concerned about someone you know, this process is incredibly quick and easy.

If you do not want to wait for hours before finding the information you need, you can contact the clerk’s office for the county where the person was arrested. They can tell you if there is a warrant out for their arrest. If they do, you will need to apply for a warrant before you can obtain one. Depending on the offense, a warrant may be filed within twenty-four hours. You can then go to the courthouse to pick one up.

Once you have obtained a warrant, you must inform the police. To do this, fill out an application for a Search Warrant. Then, you will be fingerprinted and photographed. You can then be put in the booking area and be processed before you can be released. Search warrant records are an extremely effective way to protect yourself from a dangerous person.