Fayette County Illinois Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2714)Fayette County Police Departments
Brownstown Police Department114 East Main StreetBrownstownIL62418618-427-3345
Fayette County Police Departments
Farina Village Police Department106 South Oak StreetFarinaIL62838618-245-6263
Ramsey Police Department401 South Superior StreetRamseyIL62080618-423-9797
Saint Peter Police Department704 West 3rd StreetSt. PeterIL62880618-349-6180
St. Elmo Police Dept411 North Main StreetSt. ElmoIL62458
Vandalia Police Department221 South 5th StreetVandaliaIL62471618-283-2131
Fayette County Sheriff Department
Fayette County Sheriffs Department / Fayette County Jail221 South 7th StreetVandaliaIL62471618-283-2141
Fayette County Probation Department
Fayette County Probation Department221 South 7th StreetVandaliaIL62471618-283-5015
Fayette County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Fayette County Child Support Warrants
Fayette County Criminal Records
Fayette County Jail Records
Fayette County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Fayette County Sex Offender Registry
Fayette County Sheriff Website

Overview of Warrant Records

Warrant Records are part of the public records that are kept at the courthouse or court house. They are a summary of all the arrests that took place under warrants either by court order or based on suspicion. These arrest records give you information on the subjects who were arrested, the crime they have been charged with and their exact arrest dates. The more serious violations like prison are not reflected in these records.

The process of getting these records is not very hard. In fact, it can be done online within just few minutes. All you have to do is fill up an online form. After this, a search will take place on your behalf. And then you will be provided with the details which you require.

Warrant records are part of the public domain. That means anyone can access these records. This is also the reason why they are called “public records.” The only condition is that when you request for one, you have to state your legal name first. If you don’t have one, it will ask you for your maiden name first which is considered as an important element. It will also ask for your middle initial and last initial if you don’t have one.

Before you can have access to these records, you have to attend a three-step screening session. This will include fingerprinting, photo identification and a criminal background check. Once all these steps are successfully completed, you can then have full access of the criminal record of the person you want to have criminal records.

When you search for these records, you will receive results depending on the nature of the case. For instance, records of people who have been convicted for a felony will be included. On the other hand, records of people who have been convicted for misdemeanor can be found. And records of those who have been accused of misdemeanors and have received a probation will also be included. If you have any other relevant information, such as the case number and the offense, you will be able to obtain the records within 24 hours.

Warrant records are very useful in different cases, such as hiring new staff in a business or when you have tenants in your property. Thus, you may need this type of information at any point of time. However, you should know that these reports are considered public information so you should not disseminate them without the permission of the court. You can either have a written permission from the court or you can simply search through the public records so as to find the necessary information.

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