|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(3096)Twiggs County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Twiggs County Board Of Education Police||952 Main Street||Jeffersonville||GA||31044|
|Twiggs County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Twiggs County Probation Department||PO Box 186||Jeffersonville||GA||31044||478-945-3390|
|Twiggs County Sheriff's Office||37 North Ash Street||Jeffersonville||GA||31044||478-945-3357|
|Twiggs County Sheriffs Office||47 North Ash Street||Jeffersonville||GA||31044||478-945-3357|
|Jeffersonville Police Department||200 North Church Street||Jeffersonville||GA||31044||478-945-6972|
|Twiggs County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Twiggs County Arrest Records|
|Twiggs County Arrest Warrants|
|Twiggs County Child Support Warrants|
|Twiggs County Criminal Records|
|Twiggs County Jail Records|
|Twiggs County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Twiggs County Sex Offender Registry|
|Twiggs County Sheriff Website|
Warrant Records in Georgia
What are warrant records? A warrant is a court order that allows a law enforcement officer to arrest a person for a crime or other legal purpose. Typically, these warrants are issued by police departments and other law enforcement authorities when a person fails to appear in court on a specified date. Warrant records include all information on an arrest and warrant for an individual. These records will show an address for the person, his or her name, date of arrest, crime committed, names of accomplices, crime committed, disposition of charges, case status, bond amount (if available), court ordered penalties and other relevant information.
Why would I need a warrant record? Searching a warrant can be done by anyone. If you believe your neighbor or friend has been searched and found to have no warrant, you may want to perform your own search. Searching records in Georgia can be performed by a person, a law enforcement agency, a private detective, or the Internet. If you choose to conduct your search on the Internet, it is important to know that you may be required to post a bond.
How are warrant records found? Most public records are filed electronically. If you are looking for someone’s criminal history, a background check, or if you want to check a person’s civil records, you will most likely be able to find this information through various online sources. There are many websites that allow you to do a background search.
How are warrant records classified? In Georgia, warrant records are classified as public records. This means they can be viewed by the public. If you are doing an online background search, you should understand that you may not be able to get everything you are looking for. Some warrant records are sealed by the courts for confidential reasons.
How are these records used? A Georgia law enforcement agency will commonly request criminal and arrest history information through a search of a warrant database. For instance, if a person you are investigating is suspected of killing his or her partner, the agency may perform an investigation before applying for a search warrant. In many instances, federal or local law enforcement agencies will use these records to identify potential criminals.
Can I get a copy of my record? When searching for criminal or arrest history records, you will need to have your own copy of the criminal record. However, you may be able to get a limited or full copy of your records at a nominal fee. Searching for your records online will require you to pay a minimal fee in order to get a full report of your records. If you do not have the money to pay for a full report, you can search for your records on the website of the Georgia Department of Public Health.