Pickens County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(3065)Pickens County Police Departments
Pickens County Board Of Education Police159 Stegall DriveJasperGA30143
Pickens County Police Departments
Georgia State Patrol Troop A Post 28 - Jasper3100 Camp RoadJasperGA30143706-692-4835
Jasper Police Department200 Burnt Mountain RoadJasperGA30143706-692-9110
Nelson Police Department1985 Kennesaw AvenueNelsonGA30151770-735-2211
Pickens County Sheriff Department
Pickens County Sheriffs Office / Pickens County Jail2985 Camp RoadJasperGA30143706-253-8900
Pickens County Probation Department
Pickens County Probation Department50 North Main StreetJasperGA30143706-253-3480
Pickens County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
City of Jasper Crime Reports
Pickens County Arrest Records
Pickens County Arrest Warrants
Pickens County Child Support Warrants
Pickens County Criminal Records
Pickens County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Pickens County Sex Offender Registry
Pickens County Sheriff's Office Website

Warrant Records Lookup

You have likely seen the small town of Pickens County Georgia on any map or brochure that you have looked at and may even have picked up the local copy of the famous “Bundy List.” The list, a collation of public records compiled from around the country, lists every warrant for arrest, as well as warrant issued against, and the names of the officers that issued the warrants. In Pickens County, these same records are gathered into one central location to make it easier for the public to locate records about a person they are searching for.

Warrant records are used in many different types of cases. Many of the records in Pickens County were compiled in the early 1990’s when the implementation of “Anarchist-opian” ideas like freedom of speech and press was beginning to take hold in this small, rural county. Today, warrants are commonly used by law enforcement agencies for a variety of purposes. These days, most criminal cases end with a plea bargain where the defendant offers to give up some or all of their rights in return for a lighter sentence or if the prosecution is unable to get a conviction, they drop the charges.

When a person is arrested for any crime, they are required to provide proof of their identity. This can be done by providing a driver’s license or other type of identification. In order to do this, they must produce a copy of their photo identification. In some instances, such as when applying for legal services such as a professional service or position, employers will require applicants to show proof of their identity. If a person does not have a driver’s license, they can obtain a duplicate through a service such as VitalChek.

Warrant records are especially useful for those who are looking to hire new employees to work in or around a person’s home or place of business. Those individuals would want to know whether or not the person has a criminal background and other records. Also, parents can check to see if a child attending a private or public school has been expelled or ticketed. There are many other situations where one would want to conduct a search on an individual.

When a person gets a warrant, it means that there is a warrant out for their arrest. If they are caught, they can be arrested without any warning. In many cases, a warrant will only be issued for a period of time that relates to the person’s offense. After the time period, they may be eligible to apply for a new warrant.

Warrant searches can be conducted both by the local police department and by the private detective. Those who choose to use a private investigator may find that the process is not always easy. If a person does choose to use a private investigator, they should make sure that they know what they are doing so that they don’t get in any other serious legal trouble.