|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2545)Bannock County Police Departments|
|Chubbuck Police Department||5160 Yellowstone Avenue||Chubbuck||ID||83202||208-237-7172|
|Bannock County Police Departments|
|Idaho State Police Region 5||5255 South 5th Avenue||Pocatello||ID||83204||208-236-6466|
|Idaho State Police Region V Investigations Office||2055 Garrett Way||Pocatello||ID||83201||208-237-1210|
|Inkom Police Department||365 North Rapid Creek Road||Inkom||ID||83245||208-775-4423|
|Pocatello Police Department||911 North 7th Avenue||Pocatello||ID||83201||208-234-6100|
|Bannock County Sheriff Department|
|Bannock County Sheriffs Office / Bannock County Jail||5800 South 5th Avenue||Pocatello||ID||83204||208-236-7111|
|Bannock County FBI Office|
|Pocatello Idaho FBI Office||3975 Pole Line Road||Pocatello||ID||83201||208-238-5000|
|Bannock County Probation Department|
|Bannock County Probation Department||PO Box 4926||Pocatello||ID||83205||208-234-1082|
|Bannock County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Bannock County Arrest Records|
|Bannock County Arrest Warrants|
|Bannock County Child Support Warrants|
|Bannock County Jail Records|
|Bannock County Most Wanted|
|Bannock County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Bannock County Sex Offender Registry|
|Bannock County Sheriff & Detention Center Website|
|Bannock County Sheriff Civil Division Website|
|Bannock County Sheriff Website|
|Bannock County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Chubbuck Police Department Website|
|Pocatello Police Department Website|
Where to Look For Free Bannock County Warrant Records
Warrant records are one of the most sensitive pieces of public information. They allow law enforcement officials and other authorized individuals to quickly trace a person’s history and to find out what they did while they were out on the streets. In short, they give people the ability to investigate the people that they come into contact with, as well as to stop the bad guys from walking around free. However, in many jurisdictions across the country, including Bannock County Idaho, accessing these documents has been made much more difficult. How is this so?
Warrant records are used in a variety of criminal justice situations. Typically, when someone is arrested on suspicion of a crime, they are taken into custody and fingerprinted, fingerprinting is done by pressing a finger in a device that digitally scans fingerprints. Once the finger is scanned, the data is uploaded onto a database so that criminal history information can be retrieved. This is the standard practice in many counties across the country. It’s also what the FBI does for any FBI case.
However, there are some instances where this is no longer an option. Say, for example, a person is walking down the street and happens to be suddenly jumped by an assailant. Without any means of digital fingerprinting, the police officer will have no way of knowing who the person is or where they live. Because of this, it is now necessary to obtain the criminal history of that person in order to determine if they have ever been arrested or convicted of a crime. This is where the warrant can come into play.
It used to be that in order to legally search and find out about any type of criminal record, you would need to go through the clerk of court in your county. However, in 2021, the Freedom of Information Act was passed in the United States. This act allows any person to freely search through any public records whenever they want. This includes warrant records. Therefore, any Bannock County resident can now obtain copies of their own Bannock County warrant records.
One of the main concerns people have when they are searching for their own Bannock County warrant is whether or not the information is accurate. Most of the time, you will be able to find the information that you are searching for. If not, you may be able to get a court order to have the records changed. However, this can be a very costly and complicated process. Instead of spending weeks or months waiting on a judge, it is far more beneficial to search online.
One of the many websites that offers free Bannock County warrant records is the county’s courthouse website. You can find these online at the clerk of court’s website. The site also offers basic information, including the person’s full legal name, address, date of birth, social security number, and current status. You will need to enter all this information before you can get started. This process usually takes about ten minutes. You should be able to get this information from your computer within five to ten minutes.