Shoshone County Idaho Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2819)Shoshone County Police Departments
Kellogg Police Department323 Main StreetKelloggID83837208-784-1131
Shoshone County Police Departments
Kellogg Police Department1007 Mc Kinley Avenue WestKelloggID83837208-784-1131
Osburn Police Department921 East Mullan AvenueOsburnID83849208-753-9001
Pinehurst Police Department106 North Division StreetPinehurstID83850208-682-3662
Shoshone County Sheriff Department
Shoshone County Sheriffs Office / Shoshone County Jail717 Bank StreetWallaceID83873208-556-1114
Shoshone County Probation Department
Shoshone County Probation Department700 Bank StreetWallaceID83873208-556-7861
Shoshone County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Shoshone County Child Support Warrants
Shoshone County Jail Records
Shoshone County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Shoshone County Sex Offender Registry
Shoshone County Sheriff's Office Crime Map
Shoshone Sheriff's Office Offender Search

Arizona Marriage Records

Searching for warrants in Shoshone County Idaho may be a long and tedious process. In Idaho, warrants are used to serve arrest warrants, to protect people in domestic violence cases and for other purposes. Warrant records are basically court documents that contain the details about an individual who has been arrested for a criminal offense. They are public records so you can search for them at any time, but they are kept in different places by the different courts.

Searching for these records is usually done by requesting them from the court where the crime occurred. This request can be done by going to your local courthouse or by contacting them directly through the mail. Most of the time, the person will be notified by the court to come in to their office to pick up their warrant. If the request is made by phone, then it may take a few days until they get in to see you.

If the person does not come in to retrieve his or her warrant, then you will have to go to the court house where the warrant was filed to search for more information about the warrant. Warrant records are basically a book where you can find all the details that was listed in the warrant. Even the reason why the person was arrested and how long he or she has been there for is contained in the records.

The public does not have access to this information as it is kept in the separate government offices. However, certain states such as Arizona have made warrant records public. You can go to Arizona’s Vital Records website to find out more information. However, it is important that you do not rely solely on this source, as many databases may be inaccurate or incomplete.

You can also try some online services that will give you detailed information about any Arizona warrant records. However, these services will only work if you already have access to the Internet. It is important that you use a reliable search site, one that will guarantee its ability to give you accurate information without the need to pay for the information that you seek. There are quite a number of warrant lookup services online, but most of them are unreliable and expensive.

Warrant records are public information and the state should not keep it secret. If you have an idea that someone may be using your identity without your consent then you should make an effort to find out the truth. Searching for warrants online can be time consuming. Sometimes it takes days before you will get any concrete and helpful information. Hence, it is recommended that you use a reliable private investigation agency that can get hold of these records for you.