Bingham County Idaho Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(2548)Bingham County Police Departments
Aberdeen Police Department17 North Main StreetAberdeenID83210208-397-4270
Bingham County Police Departments
Blackfoot Police Department501 North Maple StreetBlackfootID83221208-785-1235
Shelley Police Department115 South Emerson AvenueShelleyID83274208-357-3446
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Bingham County Sheriff's Office501 North Maple StreetBlackfootID83221208-785-3044
Bingham County Sheriffs Office / Bingham County Jail501 North Maple StreetBlackfootID83221208-785-4440
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Bingham County Probation Department501 North Maple StreetBlackfootID83221208-782-2680
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Basic Facts About Warrant Records

Warrant Records are a category of public records that show if a person has been arrested and what the reason was for their arrest. You can get this record on any person, not just the person who has been arrested. If you are wondering what this type of record will show you, then you may be surprised at some of the information that you will see. You will find out the person’s name, birth date, social security number, warrant issued by a police authority, and more. This will all depend on the jurisdiction that the Warrant Records in Bingham County Idaho were filed in, if they were state or federal warrants.

To obtain this record you will have to contact the local police department and then fill out an application for a copy of a warrant. You must provide information such as your full name, date of birth, social security number and more. A certified copy of the warrant will be mailed to you. A signature sample will be provided with the application as well, which will enable you to confirm that the person requesting the copy is who they say they are.

This information is available for anyone to view regardless of whether they are a law enforcement agency, or a private citizen. If you are an employer searching an employee, you can get this record as well. A criminal conviction will remain on an individual’s record for up to seven years. It may be harder to get during this time, as a court may have to order the record released.

You should always be aware that these records are public information and should be handled accordingly. If you are ever contacted by someone asking you questions about your records, you should be able to give them the answers they are asking. You should contact the police station where the person got their records, as well as the county courthouse in the county where the person lives. They will be able to advise you on the best way to proceed with getting the records.

In some cases, a warrant may be issued for an individual. In other situations, a warrant may be issued but not put into effect. If the warrant for the person’s arrest is not found, it will remain inactive unless the person arrested again. There are different classes of warrants that exist. The court will only grant warrants that fall within their specific jurisdiction.

Warrant records are one of the most informative pieces of public information. If you are ever stopped by the police or other officials for any reason, you will be able to obtain information about the person’s criminal history. This will include warrant for their arrest, if there are any, and the crime they were arrested for. It is vital that you know as much as possible about the people around you, so you do not become a victim yourself.