Screven County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(3077)Screven County Police Departments
City Of Sylvania Police Department216 Mims RoadSylvaniaGA30467912-564-2056
Screven County Police Departments
Georgia State Patrol Troop F Post 21 - Sylvania329 Rocky Ford RoadSylvaniaGA30467912-564-2018
Hiltonia Police Department140 2nd AvenueHiltoniaGA30467912-829-3999
Newington Police Department201 Church RoadNewingtonGA30446912-857-3115
Oliver Police Department6069 Route 17NewingtonGA30446912-857-3789
Oliver Police DepartmentSchool House Road, Po Box 221OliverGA30449
Rocky Ford Police Department Headquarters160 Main StreetRocky FordGA30455912-863-7121
Sylvania Police Department104 South Main StreetSylvaniaGA30467912-564-2056
Screven County Sheriff Department
Screven County Sheriffs Department / Screven County Jail202 Rocky Ford RoadSylvaniaGA30467912-564-2013
Screven County Probation Department
Screven County Probation Department216 Mims RoadSylvaniaGA30467912-564-2561
Screven County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Screven County Arrest Records
Screven County Arrest Warrants
Screven County Child Support Warrants
Screven County Criminal Records
Screven County Jail Records
Screven County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Screven County Sex Offender Registry

Warrant Records – What Are They and Why Are They Important?

Warrant Records in Screven County Georgia are basically a list of any person or entity that has been accused of a crime. In Georgia, warrants are issued under various sections of law. The first category is called an “initiatory warrant.” This means there was probable cause to believe that the person stated in the warrant had committed a specific act. It does not have to be proved.

A warrant can be renewed by having it personally delivered to the person named on the original warrant. It can also be “withdrawed” after 30 days if there’s no response from the person named on the warrant. If the person doesn’t appear at the court hearing on the date specified in the warrant, or they don’t respond to any other communications from law enforcement, then the warrant will be canceled. Warrant records are considered public record and can be freely obtained by anyone.

Obtaining a copy of a warrant is easy. All you need to do is contact the GBI or the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, and they will supply you with a copy of the warrant for your personal information. You can then search for the person’s name through any search engine. This search gives results containing the person’s name, address, and other information pertaining to the warrant.

There are several ways to obtain criminal activity warrants. These include: Paying a private investigator. Hiring an officer to serve the warrant at your place of employment. Doing a free search online by entering the person’s name in a search engine. Searching court records, national sex offender databases and county criminal records databases can also uncover warrant activity.

The most severe and immediate result of not having knowledge of these warrants is being arrested. Oftentimes, this results in jail time and fines. It can also make permanent disabilities or prevent a person from getting a job. Searching the sex offender registry is one way to find out about someone’s past. This database contains information on criminals who have been released, those who are on parole, and those who have committed another crime.

Warrant searches can be used in many ways. By having the criminal activity warrant search, you can check to see if someone you know has been arrested for suspicion of having criminal activity. You can also use the information to see if you are suspicious that your spouse is cheating on you. These searches are important for a number of reasons. If you suspect a stranger may be trying to get into your home without you knowing, a search of your warrant records can let you know.