Tattnall County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(3085)Tattnall County Police Departments
Collins City Hall300 Main StreetCollinsGA30421912-693-2581
Tattnall County Police Departments
Collins Police Department300 Main StreetCollinsGA30421912-693-2581
Georgia State Patrol Troop F Post 18 - Reidsville3092 Georgia 147ReidsvilleGA30453912-557-7778
Glennville Police Department201 South Church StreetGlennvilleGA30427912-654-2103
Reidsville Police Department117 Tattnall StreetReidsvilleGA30453912-557-4013
Tattnall County Sheriff Departments
Tattnall County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 545ReidsvilleGA30453912-557-6778
Tattnall County Sheriffs Office / Tattnall County Jail111 North Main StreetReidsvilleGA30453912-557-6777
Tattnall County Probation Department
Tattnall County Probation Department114 West Brazell StreetReidsvilleGA30453912-557-6573
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Criminal Records Search – Where to Find Them

Warrant Records in Tattnall County Georgia are maintained by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). They maintain these records for individuals accused of crimes, as well as for people convicted of minor offenses and have been arrested several times. This information is used to aid the public with their local police department in making an informed arrest and prosecution of these criminals. Permission to search these records is only granted when the person requesting it has a valid reason such as proving someone’s innocence or to prevent the crime from being committed again.

Warrants are a little different than a regular traffic ticket. Warrants are issued by a judge upon proof that a person is guilty of a specific crime. Warrants are also known as “bail bonds” in local parlance because the judge stands “on the job”, i.e. holding the bond, while the defendant goes to court. If the defendant fails to appear as ordered, a warrant is issued for their arrest.

Warrants can be issued for a number of reasons. First, if a person is suspected of a criminal offense, the police can issue a warrant for their arrest. They can also issue a warrant for a person’s arrest and apprehension if they believe there is a chance that person may flee or will violate the law while in police custody. A warrant also can be issued for the arrest and prosecution of a person who fails to appear at their scheduled trial or is on parole.

There are many reasons why a warrant may be issued. A warrant serves many purposes. In addition to serving as legal evidence that a person is legally present in the state, it can also be used as evidence of guilt in a court of law. It is very common for a person’s arrest and citation to include a copy of their warrant. This copy can be used for many reasons such as defending against a frivolous complaint, getting a new court date, or obtaining a new attorney.

People who want to conduct a background check on another person should have knowledge of the way in which a warrant will be processed. Warrants are not always doled out the same day that they are applied for. Warrant applications can take anywhere from several weeks to over a month to process. In some states, background checks are not required by law. If you are interested in obtaining these records, you will have to arrange for them yourself. This means that you will have to go through the local courthouse and arrange for a copy of the warrant application.

Obtaining a criminal history search on another person is important. A criminal background check can tell you a lot about a person’s past. It can also tell you whether or not that person has ever been arrested or charged with any type of criminal activity. The records can tell you the person’s immigration status, if they have ever declared bankruptcy, and even if they have had any previous run ins with the law. Performing a criminal records search online is fast, easy, and free. There is no reason why you shouldn’t use this free public information.