|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2980)Pulaski County Police Departments|
|Pulaski Police Department||260 East Commercial Street||Pulaski||IL||62976||618-342-6700|
|Pulaski County Police Departments|
|Illinois State Police District 22||1154 Shawnee College Road||Ullin||IL||62992||618-845-3740|
|Karnak Police Department||304 Washington Street||Karnak||IL||62956||618-634-9311|
|Mound City Police Department||204 Main Street||Mound||IL||62963||618-748-9112|
|Mounds Police Department||217 1st Street||Mounds||IL||62964||618-745-9426|
|Olmsted Police Department||150 North Front Street||Olmsted||IL||62970||618-742-6486|
|Ullin Police Department||171 Railroad Street||Ullin||IL||62992||618-845-3109|
|Pulaski County Sheriff Department|
|Pulaski County Sheriffs Office||500 Illinois Avenue||Mound||IL||62963||618-748-9374|
|Pulaski County Probation Department|
|Pulaski County Probation Department||500 Illinois Avenue||Mound||IL||62963||618-748-9643|
|Pulaski County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Pulaski County Child Support Warrants|
|Pulaski County Criminal Records|
|Pulaski County Jail Records|
|Pulaski County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Pulaski County Sex Offender Registry|
What Should I Do If I Want to Check For Warrant Records?
When a person is arrested and booked on a charge of a felony, it is important to know if the arrest and booking information will be listed in your Illinois state arrest warrant records. What is a felony? A felony is a crime in which the punishment is more than a year of incarceration. These types of offenses are commonly referred to as “drug offenses”.
How can I get these records? You can go online to find out what warrants were issued against a particular person in Pulaski County Illinois. If you have more information, you can perform an online search for this type of records. In most cases, you will need to contact the police department where the offense took place in order to obtain this type of information. Some of the information you will receive will be very general and will tell you that a person has been arrested and that charges against them have been filed, or the person has a warrant out for their arrest.
Can you get a criminal record check on someone? Yes, you can. Illinois now allows you to do a criminal records check online. By clicking on the link below, you will be directed to the Illinois State Police website. Once there, you can search for the person’s name, date of birth, address, telephone number, and criminal history. If the person has ever been convicted of a crime in another state, you will also find this information.
How do I access these records? You will need to either pay a fee to have a record search completed or you can perform an online search. If you choose the online option, you will be able to view the results instantly. In some cases, you may not even need to pay to view the details of a person’s criminal records.
Do I have to hire a private detective to look up someone’s warrant? No, you don’t need to hire a detective to perform a search for you. Warrant records are maintained by the Illinois State Police under the Freedom of Information Act. Anyone who is searching for these records should be able to access them at any time.
Will my neighbors or friends know that I have a criminal record? No, you won’t need to tell anyone that you have a warrant out for your arrest. Although you should always inform your neighbors of any significant changes in your life, they are usually not expected to dig anything up on you. If someone does suspect that you have a criminal record, however, they should call the police immediately. Although the process of getting a warrant might seem like a pain, you’ll be better off in the end because a criminal record will not prevent you from going about your day to day business.