Idaho County Idaho Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2633)Idaho County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Idaho County Probation Department320 West Main StreetGrangevilleID83530208-983-0339
Idaho County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Idaho County Sheriffs Office / Idaho County Jail320 West Main StreetGrangevilleID83530208-983-1100
Cottonwood Police Department506 King StreetCottonwoodID83522208-962-3231
Grangeville Police Department225 West North StreetGrangevilleID83530208-983-1351
Slate Creek District Ranger StationU.s. 95White BirdID83554208-839-2211
Idaho County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Idaho County Child Support Warrants
Idaho County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Idaho County Sex Offender Registry
Idaho County Sheriff Website

The Importance of Knowing If Your Company Needs a Warrant Search

By definition, Warrant Records are those records that detail a person’s arrest and arraignment. This can happen in a variety of different ways. The most common is that a person is arrested and then released without being formally charged. Warrant records will then be kept by the court as evidence if it decides to proceed with a trial. They will remain there even if the person completes the terms of their release.

A warrant can be for any number of things. Some examples include driving under the influence, murder, sex crimes, assault, domestic violence, fraud, terrorism, possession of illegal drugs and other crimes. Warrant searches in Idaho can be performed by law enforcement agencies or by the individual himself. There are some ways to find out information on whether a person has a warrant.

Generally, you will have to go to the courthouse in your county to find out about any warrants that may be out there. You may be able to get this information online though. In some cases, you may be required to pay a small fee. However, that is still much less than what it would cost to hire an attorney and try to get the records. Even if you do pay for the records, they may not tell you everything you need to know.

If you suspect a person of committing a crime, you should make sure that they have a criminal record. This is important if you are hiring someone to work in your home or for your business. Someone who has a criminal record will not only fail your background check, but they may also not be professional enough to handle your needs. This means that your home or business may be putting you in danger.

Warrant records can also be useful when you have a babysitter coming into your home. Although you may have let the babysitter know upfront that you do not want a male child in the home, someone may still try to get a child in anyway. If the person does have a criminal record, then you may want to hire a private investigator to see if he or she had a warrant issued for their arrest. This is just one example of how knowing the background of the person you are about to hire can prevent any problems.

If you have warrants issued in your area, then you can search for them online. There are sites available where you can look up warrants by specific locations. This makes it very easy to find out if someone has been arrested and put behind bars. These websites will also let you know what the charges are so that you can choose whether or not you want to hire that person. Just because you want to hire someone does not mean you have to put your safety in their hands.