Adams County Indiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2518)Adams County Police Departments
Berne Police Department1160 West Main StreetBerneIN46711260-589-2169
Adams County Police Departments
City Of Decatur Police Department521 North 3rd StreetDecaturIN46733260-724-3123
Geneva Police Department411 East Line StreetGenevaIN46740260-368-7077
Monroe Police Department102 South Polk StreetMonroeIN46772260-692-6215
Adams County Sheriff Department
Adams County Sheriffs Department / Adams County Jail313 South 1st StreetDecaturIN46733260-724-7141
Adams County Probation Department
Adams County Probation Department122 South 3rd StreetDecaturIN46733260-724-5336
Adams County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Adams County Arrest Warrants
Adams County Child Support Warrants
Adams County Court Records (Indiana)
Adams County Jail Records
Adams County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Adams County Sex Offender Registry
Adams County Sheriff Website

How to Search For Warrants Online

Warrant Records in Adams County Indiana are maintained by the Criminal Justice Information Services Division of the county government. These records are public and can be obtained by any citizen who is interested. In addition to the free warrant searches online, they also have a mail in service for an extra fee, which will allow you to request a record. This mail in service is usually available on weekdays from 7 AM to noon. This is highly inconvenient for those who need the criminal records quickly because it takes several days before you receive your report.

If you are interested in checking if someone you are investigating has a criminal record then you will first need to find out if they are on probation, parole or has been arrested once for a crime. If the person you are checking on has ever been convicted of a felony then you will need to get a copy of their arrest warrant. The fastest and easiest way to do this is to access a public records search site on the internet and do a free search.

Another way is to contact the sheriff’s department in your area and request a copy through their website. However, these are not considered real records, so you will not be able to get a detailed history. The best way to obtain these records is to use one of the online criminal background check companies. The one drawback to using one of these companies is that it can take several days to receive your report.

If you are looking for a warrant search then the person you are checking on will have to be a resident of the county you are performing the search in. You will need to give the person’s name and current address. In addition, you will need to know where they reside. Usually, they will be required to sign a document when requesting the report. Once you have obtained the report you can then take it to a county courthouse to have it certified. If you live outside of the county where the person resides, then you will need to get a court order.

Warrant searches are usually done on people who are considered to be high risk. The reasons can be anything from missing a couple of child payments to being named in a hit and run accident. People who have multiple arrest warrants or criminal warrants are most often considered a high risk. If you are a parent with a teenager, you may want to avoid letting them hang out with friends who have a criminal background. You do not want them to get into trouble by associating with people with a past. It would also be a bad idea to let your children go out alone at night if you are concerned about an ex-boyfriend or girlfriend.

Searching for warrant records is very easy. Once you have the person’s name and address, all you need to do is perform a standard search for a warrant. If there is a warrant out for their arrest, they will be immediately known and contacted. If there isn’t a warrant out, you can look up the person’s name, find out what their address is, and then perform a search for that address. You should be able to get the person’s arrest record within seconds.