|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2723)Kootenai County Police Departments|
|Coeur D'Alene Police Department||3818 North Schreiber Way||Coeur d'Alene||ID||83815||208-769-2320|
|Kootenai County Police Departments|
|Hayden Lake Police Department||9393 North Strahorn Road||Hayden Lake||ID||83835||208-772-2161|
|Idaho State Patrol Commercial Vehicle Safety Region 1||602 West Prairie Avenue||Coeur d'Alene||ID||83815||208-772-6055|
|Idaho State Police - Region 1 - Patrol||615 West Wilbur Avenue||Coeur d'Alene||ID||83815||208-772-6055|
|Idaho State Police - Region I - Investigations||250 Northwest Boulevard||Coeur d'Alene||ID||83814||208-769-1433|
|North Idaho College Office Of Campus Safety And Security||905 West River Avenue||Coeur d'Alene||ID||83814||208-769-3310|
|Post Falls Police Department||1717 East Polston Avenue||Post Falls||ID||83854||208-773-3517|
|Rathdrum Police Department||8178 Main Street||Rathdrum||ID||83858||208-687-0711|
|Spirit Lake Police Department||6155 West Maine Street||Spirit Lake||ID||83869||208-623-2701|
|Kootenai County Sheriff Department|
|Kootenai County Sheriff's Office||5500 North Government Way||Coeur d'Alene||ID||83815||208-446-1300|
|Kootenai County FBI Offices|
|Coeur d'Alene Idaho FBI Office||250 Northwest Boulevard||Coeur d'Alene||ID||83814||208-664-5128|
|Coeur d'Alene Idaho FBI Office||2155 West Riverstone Drive||Coeur d'Alene||ID||83814||208-664-5128|
|Kootenai County Probation Department|
|Kootenai County Probation Department||205 North 4th Street||Coeur d'Alene||ID||83814||208-446-1920|
|Kootenai County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Coeur D'Alene Police Department Crime Map|
|Coeur D'Alene Police Department Crime Reports|
|Coeur D'Alene Police Department Press Releases|
|Coeur D'Alene Police Department Website|
|Kootenai County Arrest Records|
|Kootenai County Arrest Warrants|
|Kootenai County Child Support Warrants|
|Kootenai County Government Adult Probationers|
|Kootenai County Most Wanted|
|Kootenai County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Kootenai County Sex Offender Registry|
|Post Falls Police Department Press Releases|
Kootenai County Idaho Warrant Records
When a person is arrested, there will usually be some sort of legal documentation that is filed about the arrest. This legal paperwork is called a warrant or court order. There are many different types of warrants out there. In Kootenai County, we have the following warrants that are active and enforceable by our court system:
Every warrant is filed under a unique set of circumstances. Some warrants are issued under suspicion of a person’s criminal activity. For example, if a person has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence and the police have obtained a search warrant for their home, then that person’s home is subject to search without a warrant. Similarly, warrant orders can be granted based on suspicion of a person’s drug activity. If the police suspect that a person is selling drugs on their property, then they can get a warrant for the property. If there is evidence that the suspect is using the property for illegal drug transactions, then the police can get a warrant to seize the property.
However, just because there is a warrant for a person does not always mean that the person has committed a crime. A criminal record is a public record and anyone can access it. The person who was arrested can get their criminal records checked to see if there are any warrants out for their arrest. They can also look up the status of their case with their local courthouse and see if an arrest warrant has been issued against them.
Warrant records are also used for employment purposes. Many employers check applicants to make sure that they do not have any prior arrests or outstanding warrants. Also, many times, an employer will hire a person based on their appearance at an interview. Checking a person’s legal background is also a common part of pre-employment verification.
In some cases, you may need to find out the exact details of a legal document. For example, in a divorce, the judge will order records be filed. If the paperwork cannot be found, then a copy of the original paper will have to be filed. At the same time, the party that requested the divorce will be able to get their copy of the paperwork as well. This way, all parties can be informed of the legal documents involved in the case.
Warrant records are a very sensitive type of documentation. They must be handled with care because they are not only a physical object, but they are also a part of a person’s identity. People can be able to misuse these documents. Therefore, the person who receives the paperwork must be given proper notice. Usually, this happens when the person fails to appear at their court date.