Ogle County Illinois Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2931)Ogle County Police Departments
Byron Police Department232 West 2nd StreetByronIL61010815-234-5072
Ogle County Police Departments
Forreston Police Department103 1st AvenueForrestonIL61030815-938-2400
Forreston Police Department104 South Walnut AvenueForrestonIL61030815-938-2400
Hillcrest Police Department204 Hillcrest AvenueRochelleIL61068815-562-7770
Leaf River Police Department605 Main StreetLeaf RiverIL61047815-738-2340
Mount Morris Police Department105 West Lincoln StreetMount MorrisIL61054815-734-4106
Oregon Police Department115 North 3rd StreetOregonIL61061815-732-2803
Polo Police Department116 South Franklin AvenuePoloIL61064815-946-2444
Rochelle Police Department416 North 6th StreetRochelleIL61068815-562-2131
Ogle County Sheriff Departments
Ogle County Sheriff's Office103 Jefferson StreetOregonIL61061815-732-6666
Ogle County Sheriffs Office202 South 1st StreetOregonIL61061815-732-6666
Ogle County Probation Department
Ogle County Probation Department106 South 5th StreetOregonIL61061815-732-1180
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Rockford Police Department

The Many Uses of Warrant Records

Searching for Warrant Records in Ogle County Illinois? Search the Records Database to find out! If you are looking for information on a person’s criminal history, marriage records, divorce records and other public records in the county of Ogle, you can check out the free public records database at the county’s records office. There is no charge to search or browse through the public records database, and there is no obligation to buy anything. Anyone can use the free records to find what they want – even if it turns out to be nothing.

Search the Records Database If you have a person’s name, phone number or address, you can find it using the state’s Vital Records Office. They publish the information of registered marriages each year, along with those that are not. Marriage records are part of the public records, and are available for anyone who requests them. You will need to call the office and go in to obtain copies of any records you are searching for. It may take several visits, depending on how busy they are that day.

Criminal History Search If you have a person’s name, address or criminal history, you can find it using the police department. The state’s Department of Corrections also has public records of criminal history, along with records of arrests and convictions. This is another great place to check for a person’s background.

Warrants Search For warrants, or “bailiwick” documents, are an indication that a person has been arrested and that they were released while being booked into jail. They show when and where the arrest was made. This is a very important piece of data to have on hand because you might need to have this person’s bail amount in hand prior to leaving them in jail. These records are considered public record. Anyone can access them by requesting them through the county courthouse in their county.

Court Records Anyone involved in the legal system can benefit from looking up a person’s court records. Court documents are a compilation of many different types of records. They contain information about a person’s civil, legal, military and other court matters. Any felony charges that have been filed against that person are also listed. Also included are any marriage records, birth records, death records and many other vital records.

Warrant records are a useful source of information when you need to check up on someone’s history. However, you should only use them if you have all of the proper information and there is probable cause to do so. Otherwise it isn’t worth it.