|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(3061)Oconee County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Oconee County Probation Department||23 North Main Street||Watkinsville||GA||30677||706-769-3959|
|Oconee County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Oconee County Sheriff's Office||1110 Experiment Station Road||Watkinsville||GA||30677||706-769-3945|
|Oconee County Sheriffs Department / Oconee County Jail||1140 Experiment Station Road||Watkinsville||GA||30677||706-769-3930|
|Watkinsville Police Department||191 VFW Drive||Watkinsville||GA||30677||706-769-5161|
|Oconee County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Oconee County Arrest Records|
|Oconee County Arrest Warrants|
|Oconee County Child Support Warrants|
|Oconee County Criminal Records|
|Oconee County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Oconee County Sex Offender Registry|
|Oconee County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Oconee County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Watkinsville Municipal Court Records|
Search For People’s Warrant Records
Oconee County has a website that provides information about warrants, arrests and booking records as well as other public records pertaining to a person’s arrest. If you are looking for information regarding any of these subjects you can obtain all the information that you need at the county’s website. You will be able to view an individual’s warrant records, their arrest warrant issued by the court, their date of birth and others pertaining to their arrest.
Warrant records are not the same as a divorce decree or marriage certificate. A warrant is a legal document that authorizes the police to arrest a person. They are issued by the judge upon the basis of information provided by the state. Many individuals are unaware that they have a warrant out for their arrest. Warrant records are available for anyone who may need it for any reason. If you have been accused of a crime, even if it is against your own state, you may still be able to obtain the information that you require.
It is very important that you take care of any outstanding warrant records. In Georgia, you can have the records sealed by ordering them removed. However, there is a waiting period during which the warrant records are supposed to be destroyed. The law clearly states that the sealing of the record should not occur for more than six months. This means that if a person was arrested in Georgia and had outstanding warrant records, they cannot be arrested again for six months.
To search for a person’s records you will need to visit the county office where the offense occurred. If the person did not receive a copy of their record, they will be able to be found. By using a method of reverse search available online you can gain access to the records that you require. You will need to enter the person’s name into the search box provided by the website. There are a number of reasons that this may be the best way of searching for records.
One of the reasons is that it can give you the most accurate information. Another reason is that if there is a mistake on the warrant records, then you can be sure that you will not have to face a lot of difficulty or hassles when you go to court. It is also a lot faster to obtain the records when you use this method of search. This can be done in a matter of minutes.
To make sure that you have obtained the correct records you will need to provide as much information as possible with regards to the person’s name, current address, date of birth, social security number etc. The more information that you can provide, the easier it becomes to find the person. Search engines are an excellent source of information as to what a person’s warrants are. You can always try other methods, but if you try one that does not work then you can easily try another search engine.