Allen County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2519)Allen County Police Departments
Fort Wayne Allen County Airport Authority And Public Safety3808 Winters RoadFort WayneIN46809260-747-2624
Allen County Police Departments
Fort Wayne Police Department1320 Creighton AvenueFort WayneIN46803260-427-1230
Indiana State Police District 225811 Ellison RoadFort WayneIN46804260-432-8661
Indiana University Fort Wayne PoliceEast Campus DriveFort WayneIN46815260-481-6827
Monroeville Police Department104 Allen StreetMonroevilleIN46773260-623-6370
New Haven Police Department815 Lincoln Highway EastNew HavenIN46774260-748-7080
Norfolk Southern Railway Police8111 Nelson RoadFort WayneIN46803260-493-5381
Woodburn Police Department4417 Bull Rapids RoadWoodburnIN46797260-632-9200
Zanesville Police Department17736 Wayne StreetZanesvilleIN46799260-638-4080
Allen County Sheriff Departments
Allen County Sheriffs Department715 South Calhoun StreetFort WayneIN46802260-449-7535
Allen County Sheriffs Department Station 4B12535 Lima RoadFort WayneIN46818260-449-7440
Allen County DEA Office
Fort Wayne Indiana DEA Office1300 Harrison StreetFort WayneIN46802260-420-4018
Allen County FBI Office
Fort Wayne Indiana FBI Office200 East Main StreetFort WayneIN46802260-426-5331
Allen County Probation Department
Allen County Probation Department113 West Berry StreetFort WayneIN46802260-449-7113
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The Basics of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Allen County Indiana

Searching for Allen County warrant records can be accomplished easily using the Internet. In Indiana, warrants are orders by a judge that allow law officials to have access to someone’s personal property without first determining if there is a real need to do so. For instance, in some instances you may want to know if a new neighbor has moved in and you don’t feel comfortable with them living in your home. If you run a criminal background check on them through the court system, you won’t be able to find out if they have a criminal warrant out for their arrest.

There are many different ways to perform an online criminal record search, but the best way is to use a website that offers multiple links to the various records your are searching for. To locate an Allen County warrant records, try an online background check website first. Most of these websites will allow you to run a lookup either for a person’s entire legal history, or for specific details about a warrant. This can narrow down your search and save you valuable time in finding the information you need quickly. In addition, these sites also usually provide links to other records like arrests and convictions.

Another option is to go directly to the courthouse in your area and request the records of a person. This method will give you more detailed information than most background checks will provide. In order to obtain these records you will probably need to fill out an application and pay a fee. Once you have the paperwork completed and your fee paid, you’ll be able to look through the records in person or via the Internet.

You might want to start by looking for people you know personally. Any contact with a person that has a criminal history can cause you to access their records. If your friend or co-worker has ever been arrested or has a past history of fraud, this information will be readily available.

Of course, it is not always easy to determine exactly what a person’s past history is. If you don’t know anyone in particular, you might need to begin your search at the local courthouse in your county. There are often indexes of warrants issued in your county that can help you narrow down your search. Also, your state or national repository will likely have this information as well.

A final option for searching for warrant records is to do a search online. There are many online databases that allow you to perform a warrant search. While these websites are generally fairly reliable, you’ll have to pay for the information you get. Although they do not charge for the search itself, the fee will inevitably lead you back to the courthouse where you would have obtained the original warrant. Therefore, be careful about which site you choose to conduct your search.