Rock Island County Illinois Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2984)Rock Island County Police Departments
Rock Island County Sheriffs Department - Metro-Link Centre Substation1200 River DriveMolineIL61265309-786-3572
Rock Island County Police Departments
Rock Island Police Department316 16th StreetRock IslandIL61201309-732-2677
Black Hawk College Department Of Public Safety - Quad Cities Campus6600 34th AvenueMolineIL61265309-796-5913
Coal Valley Police Department900 1st StreetCoal ValleyIL61240309-799-5416
Cordova Police Department906 Main AvenueCordovaIL61242309-654-2600
East Moline Police Department915 16th AvenueEast MolineIL61244309-752-1554
Hampton Police Department901 4th StreetHamptonIL61256309-496-9123
Hillsdale Police Department415 Main StreetHillsdaleIL61257309-658-2501
Illinois State Police - District 7 - East Moline800 Hillcrest RoadEast MolineIL61244309-752-4915
Milan Police Department405 1st Street EastMilanIL61264309-787-8520
Milan Police Department321 2nd Avenue WestMilanIL61264309-787-8520
Moline Police Department1640 6th AvenueMolineIL61265309-797-0401
Moline Police Department1630 8th AvenueMolineIL61265309-797-0401
Moline Police Department - Community Policing East1064 42nd StreetMolineIL61265309-764-3930
Moline Police Department - Community Policing West402 4th AvenueMolineIL61265309-797-8611
Port Byron Police Department120 South Main StreetPort ByronIL61275309-523-2230
Quad City International Airport Police2900 69th AvenueMolineIL61265309-757-1739
Silvis City Animal Control1040 1st AvenueSilvisIL61282309-792-1841
Silvis Police Department1040 1st AvenueSilvisIL61282309-792-1841
Rock Island County Sheriff Departments
Rock Island County Sheriffs Department - Metro-Link East Point Sub-Station1201 14th AvenueEast MolineIL61244309-751-9690
Rock Island County Sheriffs Department - Port Byron Substation120 South Main StreetPort ByronIL61275309-523-2230
Rock Island County Sheriffs Department - Reynolds Substation222 North Main StreetReynoldsIL61279309-372-4600
Rock Island County Sheriffs Department-Andalusia Sub-Station101 1st StreetAndalusiaIL61232309-798-2141
Rock Island County Sheriffs Office / Rock Island County Jail1317 3rd AvenueRock IslandIL61201309-794-1230
Rock Island Sheriffs Department-Carbon Cliff SubstationSouth 1st AvenueCarbon CliffIL61239309-788-8988
Rock Island County DEA Office
Rock Island Illinois DEA Office1830 2nd AvenueRock IslandIL61201309-793-5708
Rock Island County FBI Office
Moline Illinois FBI Office1515 5th AvenueMolineIL61265309-764-9559
Rock Island County Probation Department
Rock Island County Probation Department2116 25th AvenueRock IslandIL61201309-558-3700
Rock Island County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Rock Island County Child Support Warrants
Rock Island County Crash Reports
Rock Island County Criminal Records
Rock Island County Jail Records
Rock Island County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Rock Island County Police Records
Rock Island County Sex Offender Registry
Rock Island County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search
Rock Island Traffic Citations

How to Check For Warrant Records

Warrant Records are a legal document that is used to show a person has been arrested for an alleged offense. They are also called ” Arrest Warrants” or ” Felony Warrants.” It is important to understand that a Warrant does not show that a person has actually been arrested, but it does say that there is a situation where the person may be arrested. In some cases, this will only be used by police departments during certain events.

The first step in getting one of these documents is to go to the courthouse where the Warrant was executed. You can do this in person or by mail. In many cases, the warrant will be placed in a location where the person executing the warrant can find it. This is usually done within a public place such as a police station or other public building.

After going to the courthouse, the applicant will need to prove that they are the owner of the property that the warrant is being displayed. This is typically done by producing a copy of the deed for the property. Some forms of Verification can include an oath that the person is the owner. Verification can also be a signed statement from another party.

The process of obtaining a copy of the arrest warrant can be expensive. Some counties allow online access to warrant records, but this information is limited to only a few general details. Other counties have a waiting period before it is possible to access them, usually at the county clerk’s office. This is to give the clerk time to verify that the person actually has the right to be made a copy of the warrant.

Some people believe that they should be able to purchase warrant records online. However, there are several risks with this method. Anyone can access public arrest records without a court order. In fact, anyone can perform a search on anybody else for any reason. This can make it much easier for sex offenders to re-ignite old criminal cases.

Warrant information is important for several reasons. By accessing this record you can learn if someone has been convicted of a crime and when. You can also learn the status of outstanding warrants. You can also see if someone has been convicted of domestic violence or other serious charges. Performing a warrant search online is beneficial in many ways, so make sure to check if you have the authority to access warrants before you perform an arrest for whatever reasons.