Paulding County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(3063)Paulding County Police Departments
Paulding County Marshal's Office165 North Johnston StreetDallasGA30132770-222-1160
Paulding County Police Departments
Braswell Police Department6997 Braswell Mountain RoadRockmartGA30153770-684-7979
Dallas Police Department108 East Griffin StreetDallasGA30132770-443-8100
Dallas Police Department120 Main StreetDallasGA30132770-443-8100
Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Law Enforcement - Picketts Mill Battlefield Historic Site4432 Mount Tabor Church RoadDallasGA30157770-443-7850
Hiram Police Department217 Main StreetHiramGA30141770-943-3726
Paulding County Sheriff Department
Paulding County Sheriffs Office247 Industrial Way NorthDallasGA30132770-443-3010
Paulding County Probation Department
Paulding County Probation Department250 Butler Industrial DriveDallasGA30132770-443-7861
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Warrant Records

Searching for Wristband Permits can be completed through various methods including online searching, visiting court houses or courthouses, and speaking to attorneys and law officials directly. In instances where a person’s name is present on local criminal history records, such as sex offender records, the person can request their own copy of their record from the jail or probation facility in which they were convicted. However, there are cases where warrants for arrests have been issued against an individual even though they are not in jail, and these warrants are recorded on their public record. Therefore, those who know or suspect that an individual may have a warrant for their arrest should take all necessary steps to have this person’s arrest warrant lifted by contacting the respective county sheriff or law enforcement agencies to find out if a warrant is active.

If a person is arrested for any non-related crime at the jurisdiction of a sheriff’s office, they will conduct an investigation to find out whether there is a warrant out for the person’s arrest. If a warrant is found, the person can be arrested, and their warrant records will be forwarded to the courts, or Federal Bureau of Investigation for further investigation. Once a warrant for arrest is issued, it remains active until the courts determine whether or not the person’s warrant was properly granted.

Warrant records provide law enforcers and prosecutors evidence of criminal activity that took place in a particular jurisdiction. Such evidence can be useful in establishing liability or proof of guilt of a person for a crime, as well as assisting the prosecution in convicting someone of the crime. As such, warrant records are classified as public information, and are available for examination by anyone who needs to view them. They are also considered part of the public domain, which allows anyone to obtain copies of them for whatever lawful purposes. Additionally, a person who wishes to view these records can do so free of charge, as they are not considered private records.

If a person is accused of a crime, but does not have any prior criminal record, the courts may issue a warrant for the arrest of the person. The issuance of the warrant will allow law enforcement personnel to search for and seize any property or assets that have been fraudulently obtained through the use of the funds provided for the person’s bail, or any other financial instruments that were used to secure the bond. If a person fails to appear at his or her scheduled court date as scheduled, it is possible that his or her bail bondsman could place the person in jail under the state’s jail holding system. Bail agents can access warrant records in order to verify that the person is in fact guilty of the crime with which he is accused.

Warrant records are not only helpful to law officials and private investigators; they are also useful to the general public. For example, anyone who is renting property can use this type of records to make sure that the property is not being illegally accessed. In addition, employers can use these records to ensure that job applicants are not fraudulently attempting to gain employment. This is especially important when an employer suspects that an employee may be trying to obtain employment through false credentials.

Bail bondsmen can access warrant records to confirm that a person has been arrested for a pending crime. The records will reveal whether the person has been convicted of the crime, and will show whether the person has any prior arrests for similar crimes. Warrant records can also be used by bail bondsmen to ensure that the person they are putting up is not being held in jail on an unrelated warrant, which can be very problematic if the person is supposed to return to work to cover their bills. Warrant records can be very useful tools for protecting the public, and can prevent many serious crimes from occurring.