Honolulu County Hawaii Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(2458)Honolulu County Police Departments
Honolulu Police Department - Kapolei Headquarters District 81100 Kamokila BoulevardKapoleiHI96707808-692-4262
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Honolulu Police Department District 1 - Chinatown Substation79 North Hotel StreetHonoluluHI96817808-529-3932
Honolulu Police Department District 1 Central Headquarters And District 6 Headquarters - Waikiki801 South Beretania StreetHonoluluHI96813808-529-3361
Honolulu Police Department District 445-270 Waikalua RoadKaneoheHI96744808-247-2166
Honolulu Police Department District 4 - Kahuku Police Substation56-470 Kamehameha HighwayKahukuHI96731808-293-8565
Honolulu Police Department District 4 Substation - Kailua219 Kuulei RoadKailuaHI96734808-262-6555
Honolulu Police Department District 5 Substation - Kalihi1865 Kamehameha IV RoadHonoluluHI96819808-842-7737
Honolulu Police Department District 6 - Waikiki Substation2405 Kalakaua AvenueHonoluluHI96815808-529-3801
Honolulu Police Department District 8 - Waianae Substation85-939 Farrington HighwayWaianaeHI96792808-696-4221
Brigham Young University Hawaii Campus Security55-220 Kulanui StreetLaieHI96762808-293-3211
Halawa Correctional Facility99-902 Moanalua RoadAieaHI96701808-485-5200
Hawaii Department Of Public Safety919 Ala Moana BoulevardHonoluluHI96814
Hawaii Department Of Public Safety Sheriff Division - Hawaii Section240 Keawe StreetHonoluluHI96813808-933-8833
Hawaii Department Of Transportation - Harbor Police Office705 North Nimitz HighwayHonoluluHI96817808-587-2006
Hawaii Dept. Of Land And Natural Resources - Docare1151 Punchbowl StreetHonoluluHI96813
Narcotics Enforcement Division3375 Koapaka StreetHonoluluHI96819808-837-8470
Oahu Community Correctional Center2199 Kamehameha HighwayHonoluluHI96819808-832-1777
Pearl City Police Station1100 Waimano Home RoadPearl CityHI96782808-455-9055
University Of Hawaii Campus Security1980 East-West RoadHonoluluHI96822808-956-6911
Wahiawa Police Station330 North Cane StreetWahiawaHI96786808-621-4482
Womens Community Correctional Center42477 Kalaniana?ole HighwayKailuaHI96734808-266-9591
Honolulu County Sheriff Departments
Honolulu County Sheriff's Office1177 Alakea StreetHonoluluHI96813808-587-2640
Sheriff Division - Airport Unit300 Rodgers BoulevardHonoluluHI96819808-836-6606
Sheriff Division - Capital Patrol415 South Beretania StreetHonoluluHI96813808-586-1352
Sheriff Division - Circuit Court Patrol777 Punchbowl StreetHonoluluHI96813808-539-4599
Sheriffs District Court Patrol1111 Alakea StreetHonoluluHI96813808-538-5696
Honolulu County DEA Office
Honolulu Hawaii DEA Office300 Ala Moana BoulevardHonoluluHI96850808-541-1930
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Honolulu Hawaii FBI Office300 Ala Moana BoulevardHonoluluHI96850808-566-4300
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Honolulu County Probation Department235 South Beretania StreetHonoluluHI96813808-586-1150
Kalawao County Probation Department841 Bishop StreetHonoluluHI96813808-523-7041
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Criminal History Records – Accessibility For Public Use

When a person is arrested, they are typically placed in the Honolulu County Jail under what is called an “Hazardous Devices Charge” and are then placed under what is called a “Warrant Record.” A warrant can be issued for anything from a traffic violation to robbery. While these warrants are a legal requirement for most states, they are not considered as being as serious as criminal charges. In any event, anyone who has been arrested and placed in one of these two categories is entitled to obtain their warrant records online from the Honolulu Police Department.

To obtain an arrest warrant, the individual must fill out and sign an affidavit of arrest. If there are other information about the person to aid the police department in their investigation, they should be included in the affidavit as well. If you wish, a copy of the police report can be supplied to you as well. Once you have all of this information, you can obtain the person’s warrant records by running what is known as a “iahno search.”

An internet search will provide a person with results from the local sheriff’s department, U.S. marshals office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, or the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) as well. Search engines such as Google and Yahoo can also provide you results after conducting an online search. There is a small fee associated with searching for and obtaining arrest warrant records, so it is recommended that you conduct your search through a company that charges a one time, nominal charge. The costs are minimal and can save you a great deal of time in the future.

When you choose a company to perform your records lookup, you can expect up to date information. You can expect the name and current address of the person in question, if available. You will be provided with the person’s social security number, warrant number, and any other pertinent information that may be found within public databases. You can expect the documents you are requested to be processed immediately upon receipt, meaning that you do not have to wait days, weeks, or even months for the information to be in your hands. In addition, if you need more than one copy of the document, many online companies allow you to receive unlimited access to the public record.

People often think that having a warrant makes them a target for vigilant police officers and civil rights advocates. These groups are only interested in stopping law abiding citizens from being searched without probable cause. Warrant records provide a method of checking whether or not a person has a criminal history. These searches are used when an individual has been arrested on suspicion of a crime, or has a criminal record of some sort. Access to these vital documents is a matter of public safety.

If a person has a warrant out for their arrest, they are still innocent until proven guilty. These warrants are granted by local, state, or federal authorities and can last anywhere from several days to years depending on the severity of the offense. Therefore, if you are being targeted by someone with a warrant, it is imperative that you find out as much information as you can about their arrest. Doing so can help protect you and family members from further danger. In the unlikely event that there is no warrant out for your arrest, but you are being searched, hiring a private investigator or attorney can be your best line of defense.