Latah County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2724)Latah County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Latah County Adult Probation522 South Adams StreetMoscowID83843208-883-2277
Latah County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Latah County Sheriffs Office / Latah County Jail522 South Adams StreetMoscowID83843208-882-2216
Moscow Police Department118 East 4th StreetMoscowID83843208-883-7054
Moscow Police Department - Campus Division880 West 3rd StreetMoscowID83843208-885-7074
Troy Police Department519 South Main StreetTroyID83871208-835-3190
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How to Search For Warrants From Your Home Computer

What are Warrant Records? A Warrant is a legal document, sometimes called a “warrant of arrest”, issued by a court ordering a person to produce evidence against a person. Often times executing a Warrant takes place in an emergency situation, such as the kidnapping of a suspect. Warrant Records contain the details of the person served with the Warrant, their current address, and sometimes even their arrest record if they were arrested.

Warrant Records in Latah County Idaho

How can you access records like these? In the past it was necessary to physically go to the courthouse and stand in line to see a clerk who would sign the Warrant. With the advent of the Internet, most people now have easy access to any information that they may need. Warrant Records can be searched online, or they can be downloaded from public libraries. If someone wants to perform a search, however, it is important to make sure that they do not go through any unnecessary stress or risk of being caught doing illegal activities.

Searching a person’s criminal records is a relatively simple process. There are a couple of different ways to do this depending on the jurisdiction where the person has been charged. Most counties have a website which allows a person to look up a person’s criminal records. In many cases a person will only be required to pay a small fee for the information they request.

There are other ways to go about searching for a person’s Warrant. Some county courthouses have contracts with third-party companies that allow them to maintain electronic databases which allow for searching through millions of records at a time. These third party companies pay the public authorities in the jurisdiction for access to this information on a regular basis. If a person has a warrant for their arrest, or even if they are just concerned about the safety of someone else, it is extremely easy to find the Warrant through one of these services.

Another option is to go online and do a general internet search. Many record providers such as Perfertrack and Gov-Resources allow a person to access public records from all over the country. Depending on the jurisdiction, some of the records can be accessed for free, but others are charged per record.

The most reliable way to find out a person’s Warrant is to personally visit the courthouse where the person was arrested. In most counties the Warrant will be located next to the building. A person can also call the local police station and ask them how to get a copy of a person’s warrant. This is a good option if the person needs to get records from multiple locations at once, or if they suspect that multiple people may own the same person’s home. If you do choose to try and access a person’s warrant by going online then it is a good idea to use a credit card, or pay a small fee to get an unlimited number of searches. Using one of these services is the best and legal way of obtaining access to warrant records.