|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(3089)Thomas County Police Departments|
|Georgia State Patrol Troop G Post 12 - Thomasville||4800 U.s. 84||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-225-4000|
|Thomas County Police Departments|
|Thomasville Police Department||921 Smith Avenue||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-227-3249|
|Barwick Police Department||East Main Street||Barwick||GA||31720||229-735-3928|
|Boston Police Department||120 South Main Street||Boston||GA||31626||229-498-8024|
|Coolidge Police Department||3065 South Pine Street||Coolidge||GA||31738||229-346-3551|
|Georgia Bureau Of Investigations Region 9||396 South Pinetree Boulevard||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-225-4090|
|Meigs Police Department||1006 Depot Street||Meigs||GA||31765||229-683-3117|
|Pavo Police Department||1005 Harris Street||Pavo||GA||31778||229-859-2111|
|Thomas County Sheriff Department|
|Thomas County Sheriffs Office / Thomas County Detention Center||921 Smith Avenue||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-225-3300|
|Thomas County FBI Office|
|Thomasville Georgia FBI Office||2012 East Pinetree Boulevard||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-226-0626|
|Thomas County Probation Department|
|Thomas County Probation Department||800 West Jackson Street||Thomasville||GA||31792||229-225-4021|
|Thomas County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Thomas County Arrest Records|
|Thomas County Arrest Warrants|
|Thomas County Child Support Warrants|
|Thomas County Clerk of The Superior Court Records|
|Thomas County Criminal Records|
|Thomas County Jail Records|
|Thomas County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Thomas County Sex Offender Registry|
|Thomas County Sheriff's Office Website|
Arrest Warrant Criminal Records in Other Counties
Other Records in Thomas County
Warrant Records Are a Must Have For Your Criminal Record Search
If you are a law abiding citizen, you likely know what a warrant is. In Georgia, warrants can be searched without a person being informed of it. A warrant is an administrative order that authorizes a law enforcement officer to search and seize a person for a specified crime when the officer has reasonable suspicion to do so. A warrant will typically be issued for some type of criminal act like assault, murder, robbery, embezzlement, accessory to theft, solicitation, and several other violent offenses. A warrant also may be issued if a person fails to appear at a proceeding or has some type of traffic violation.
A warrant expires if it has not been served upon the person and it was not found within 30 days from issuance. If a warrant is issued in Thomas County, any police officer may execute a warrant to find the person. However, the person must first be found. In certain circumstances, a person can have their day in court and defend against the charges. However, if the case is tried before the warrant is carried out, it is most often entered as a judgment against the accused.
A person can have a warrant issued or they can have their warrant renewed. With a renewal warrant, the person who was originally accused of the crime can renew their warrant and the case will move forward. This means that if a person does not show up for their court date, their record will still reflect the original arrest. The new warrant will show the date of expiration. If the person still shows up, the case will be continued and another warrant will be issued.
People can request to have their warrants canceled or sealed. In some counties, there are laws that automatically make all warrants public record and these can include arrests and convictions. However, in some counties criminal records are sealed when a person completes their probation or is discharged from a juvenile detention facility. In other counties, records are sealed only for specific purposes, such as sex offenders.
If a person wants to search for their own warrant, they can use one of two resources. They can either go online to an official government website where they can access all public records in the country or they can use a private company that has access to these records. Using a private company is much more efficient and can save time because the person searching will not have to wait for the person to actually appear in court or for paperwork to be processed.
Although not every record in the country is available through a warrant database, a few places do have warrant information. If the person has been charged with a crime where their warrant has been issued, their name will be found on the records. However, since not every county has this information, a person may have to use other resources to find their record. It is important to understand the warrant process so that a person knows their warrant options and can avoid any unwanted consequences.