Kauai County Hawaii Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2459)Kauai County Police Departments
Hawaii Department Of Public Safety Sheriff Division - Kauai Section3970 Kaana StreetLihueHI96766808-482-2470
Kauai County Police Departments
Kauai Police Department - Hanalei Division5 Kuhio HighwayPrincevilleHI96722808-826-6214
Kauai Police Department - Lihue Division3990 Kaana StreetLihueHI96766808-241-1711
Kaui Police Department - Waimea Division9835 Kaumualii HighwayWaimeaHI96796808-338-1831
Kauai County Sheriff Department
Kauai County Sheriff's Office3990 Kaana StreetLihueHI96766808-241-1711
Kauai County Probation Department
Kauai County Probation Department3970 Kaana StreetLihueHI96766808-482-2300
Kauai County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
County of Kauai Police Department Missing Persons
Kauai County Arrest Records
Kauai County Arrest Warrants
Kauai County Child Support Warrants
Kauai County Sex Offender Registry
Kauai Police Department Website

How To Search For Warrant Records

The first thing you need to know about conducting background investigations on people is that you can only obtain warrant records in Kauai County if you have a reason to do so. In other words, you cannot just conduct a search on someone without a purpose. There are different types of warrants, depending on the crime that is being investigated. For example, if you are investigating someone for a sex offense, then you would want to turn over records of the person that you wish to do an investigation on to the county sheriff. This way, they can search the person’s background and see if there are any warrants out for their arrest. You will also be able to get other types of criminal records about the subject such as traffic offenses and any other crimes.

When you need to search for warrant records in Kauai County, you will need to fill out an application. You will need to supply the name of the person that you are looking for, the crime they are charged with, and the state the crime happened in. You will also need information about the crime in question such as the date it took place, how serious the charges are, and which officers were involved in the case. If it turns out that the person you are looking for have warrants, then you will not be able to do anything more about it. The judge will then make a decision about whether or not the person is fit to stand trial.

In addition to searching for criminal records, you can also search for warrant records. To do this, you will need to contact the county sheriffs office directly. In some cases, the office may have a website that you can use. Otherwise, you can go to the courthouse in your area and request all of the warrant information that you require. Most people usually only want to search for one or two warrants.

It is very important that you only search for criminal records, as these can be very damaging if you are not careful. Many times, people who are being investigated for a crime will try to get their records sealed. However, the court usually won’t honor this request because it is considered a violation of the person’s constitutional rights. Therefore, you need to make sure that you only search for actual criminal records, otherwise you could risk your freedom.

There are different ways that you can go about searching for this type of information. You can do this by going to the local police station where you currently reside. In some cases, the person you want to look up will have a record sheet in their file. This means that you will have to go to the police station in order to obtain this information. You will also need to write down the name of the person and the address that you want to check. You should also put down their birthday, so that you know when you need to mail your request.

Sometimes, you will not be able to obtain any warrant records through the police department. If this is the case, then you will need to turn to the courts office. The court will grant you access to their records in most situations. However, there are a few circumstances in which they will not give you access to the records. If you need to search for warrants, then you will need to make sure that you follow the procedures that are set forth by the court.