Gooding County Idaho Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2632)Gooding County Police Departments
Gooding City Police Department308 5th Avenue WestGoodingID83330208-934-8436
Gooding County Police Departments
Hagerman Police Department191 North State StreetHagermanID83332208-837-6636
Hagerman Police Department110 West Main StreetHagermanID83332208-837-6636
Wendell Police Department375 1st Avenue EastWendellID83355208-536-2935
Gooding County Sheriff Departments
Gooding County Sheriff's Office145 7th Avenue EastGoodingID83330208-934-4597
Gooding County Sheriffs Office / Gooding County Jail624 Main StreetGoodingID83330208-934-4422
Gooding County Probation Department
Gooding County Probation DepartmentPO Box 534GoodingID83330208-934-8770
Gooding County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Gooding County Child Support Warrants
Gooding County Jail Records
Gooding County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Gooding County Sex Offender Registry

What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant records are pieces of paper issued by a judge allowing law enforcement officials to temporarily custody, arrest, and detain someone for an unknown purpose. This piece of paper is called a “warrant” and anyone can obtain one from the court clerk or sheriff. The most common type of warrants pertain to DUI violations; however, they can also be for many other crimes. In Gooding County, there are separate courts for criminal and civil matters and they have their own procedures for searching the public records of someone.

If you want to search for a person’s record, there are several places where you can do so. First, there is the Idaho State Police, which maintains a database of all warrants issued in the state. To get access to this information, you will have to contact your local state police office and ask for their records on an individual. Most of the time, you will have to pay a small fee to gain this information; this fee is usually minimal and can be paid with a credit card.

Another option is to use a public records search site. These sites can be found online and give you a lot of information about a person; including their date of birth, their current address, and their past addresses. If you find that a person has warrants out for their arrest, you will have to contact the courts and request this information from them. Some states allow you to access this information online; others require that you contact them through the court house. Regardless, this is your only real option if you want to learn the details about a person’s history.

It is important to note that if you do not have any details on a person’s background, you may still find it helpful to search their name. There are actually databases that store millions of records about people, and you can search these to uncover any information about a person’s past. If you do not know the person’s name, you can use ” initials”, first names or middle names. Usually, all you have to do to get the information you need is type in the person’s name and then add in any additional information you have about them. For example, if you know that the person was born in Ohio but do not have their birth date, you can input ” Ohio” before “person’s name” and the database will give you the exact records that are related to that person.

Of course, warrant records are not the only records that you can search. Criminal records are also available, but they are much harder to obtain. In some cases, a criminal record can be more than a year old, which is why you usually have to apply for the records yourself in order to see them. This is still a relatively cheap and time-saving way to check up on a potential employer, a neighbor, or a sex partner. If you want to check a name of someone that has a criminal past, try one of the online criminal records databases for free.

Warrant records are a very useful source of information, especially if you want to protect your safety or the safety of others. You never know when someone may abuse your power, so it is important that you keep yourself aware of who you let into your life. By keeping track of your neighbors, employees, child care providers, and any other people you have a relationship with, you will stay a step ahead of any criminal activity your family might be up to. In this way, you will be able to protect yourself and your loved ones at all times.