|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2460)Maui County Police Departments|
|Hawai Department Of Public Safety - Sheriff Division Maui Section||2145 Main Street||Wailuku||HI||96793||808-244-2909|
|Maui County Police Departments|
|Maui Police Department - Hana Division||4610 Hana Highway||Hana||HI||96708||808-248-8311|
|Maui Police Department - Kihei Substation||2201 Piilani Highway||Kihei||HI||96753||808-875-8190|
|Maui Police Department - Lahaina Police Station||1850 Honoapiilani Highway||Lahaina||HI||96761||808-661-4441|
|Maui Police Department - Molokai Division||110 Ainoa Street||Kaunakakai||HI||96748||808-553-5355|
|Maui Police Department - Wailuku Division||55 Mahalani Street||Wailuku||HI||96793||808-244-6376|
|Maui Police Department- Lanai Division||855 Fraser Avenue||Lanai City||HI||96763||808-565-6428|
|Maui County Sheriff Department|
|Maui County Sheriff's Office||55 Mahalani Street||Wailuku||HI||96793||808-244-6400|
|Maui County FBI Office|
|Wailuku Hawaii FBI Office||2200 Main Street||Wailuku||HI||96793||808-242-4849|
|Maui County Probation Department|
|Maui County Probation Department||2145 Main Street||Wailuku||HI||96793||808-244-2929|
|Maui County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Maui County Arrest Records|
|Maui County Arrest Warrants|
|Maui County Child Support Warrants|
|Maui County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Maui County Sex Offender Registry|
|Maui Police Department Website|
Conducting Warrant Records Searches
Warrant Records are considered public information in Hawaii and anyone can request these records. If one needs to find out whether a person has a warrant for his or her arrest, one can obtain the records by doing a background check on the person. The Hawaii State Police maintains the files on warrants that have been filed against any person living in Hawaii. These records will disclose if there are any warrants out for your arrest.
The first time you learn of a warrant for your arrest, it is important to make arrangements to have it taken care of in the shortest possible time. It is not uncommon for someone to be arrested with a warrant out for their arrest even when they are at a place of employment. In fact, a warrant may be issued on a person when he or she visits the place of business of the arresting officer. If you do not have the specific and correct name of the person who has been arrested, you can still conduct your own investigation. The police department in Maui will be more than happy to assist you.
When looking for records of a person, you can either search the records by person or by place of residence. To conduct a search by a person, one can visit the county office or the courthouse where the warrant was filed. However, you need to personally go to the place to prevent interference from other people or unwanted noise. To do this, you can hire a private investigator to do the search for you.
When searching by place of residence, you need to specify the state and/or county in which you want to search. It should be noted that criminal records of just about every citizen are kept. One can look up the criminal history of a person through the Maui Criminal Records website. However, this site has limited resources. To perform a nationwide search, one can check out the official website of the U.S. Department of Justice. This service is available on a fee-based basis.
To help you get started in your search, I have provided the links below. Once you find the person you are searching for in these record databases, you can then either pay a fee to access the full details or you can register to access the information for a specific time period. To find out if the person you are looking for has a warrant for his/her arrest, enter the person’s name into the search box located at the top-right corner of this page. For unlimited searches, an annual plan is also available.
Last but not least, it is very important to protect yourself when conducting warrant records searches on another person. Protecting yourself from the danger of malicious prosecution is a primary objective of having a criminal background check done. If you suspect that you will run into this situation, it is best to get an annual criminal records check instead of a one-time search. This will save you from unnecessary anxiety.