|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Fulton County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Fulton County Arrest Warrants|
|Fulton County Child Support Warrants|
|Fulton County Jail Records|
|Fulton County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Fulton County Sex Offender Registry|
|(2703)Fulton County Police Departments|
|Fulton Police Department||507 Indiana 25||Rochester||IN||46975||574-857-3162|
|Fulton County Police Departments|
|Akron Police Department||206 West Rochester Street||Akron||IN||46910||574-893-4567|
|Kewanna Police Department||308 South Logan Street||Kewanna||IN||46939||574-653-2112|
|Rochester Police Department||312 Main Street||Rochester||IN||46975||574-223-3313|
|Fulton County Sheriff Departments|
|Fulton County Sheriff Department||200 East 8th Street||Rochester||IN||46975||574-223-2819|
|Fulton County Sheriff's Office||815 Madison Street||Rochester||IN||46975||574-223-2819|
|Fulton County Probation Department|
|Fulton County Probation Department||815 Main Street||Rochester||IN||46975||574-223-4345|
How Can I Check For Warrant Records?
Searching for Warrant Records in Fulton County, Indiana is really not that hard. You may need to know that there are some legal requirements when you want to conduct such a search. These include the person’s Social Security Number and the location where the warrant was issued. However, most of these requirements are usually not needed since the process of getting a copy of the record has been made available online by some commercial record providers. Such providers may offer the service for a fee and this can make searching for warrants easier. However, there is no guarantee that you will find out what you are looking for and some records providers only offer limited information or details.
When the Indiana Supreme Court ruled in 2021 that the practice of law enforcement officials carrying out suspicionless automobile searches without proper legal justification was unconstitutional, it created quite a stir among citizens. Most people are annoyed with this invasion of privacy and are keen on gathering all the records they can on someone so they can use them for whatever purpose they like. The problem with this is that, besides being illegal, the practice of law enforcement officials doing unchecked searches without basis is not very efficient. It actually costs money and the court system as well as the victims of such illegal searches can expect to be fairly compensated.
There are certain things you can do to avoid being a victim of such unwarranted snooping. First, you should make sure you give out all personal details about yourself. If you are reluctant to give out your Social Security Number (SSN) or where you live, you should at least provide as much information as possible to the person doing the search. Doing so might be asking for a little more time than usual, but it will help protect you from any problems you might face later on.
Next, remember that when a warrant is legally executed, the person doing the search must tell you in person and you must be given the chance to see the warrant before you give it permission to search you. If you are a victim of an illegal search, you might not know that the warrant exists in your absence and it could be a while before you find out. Also keep in mind that if you have already been searched, any record of that will still show up on your record unless you voluntarily have it removed. So always check for yourself.
The court that issued the warrant may allow you to “compel” the person who wrote the warrant. This means you can ask a judge to take away the weapon, remove the gun, or whatever else is necessary to make sure the person you are searching for does not own or possess a weapon. The reason it is necessary is because if the person has one, they should not be able to get a concealed weapons permit. You also have the right to hire an attorney who is trained in this type of case to help you with the demands that are placed upon you. This is very important.
When looking at warrant records, you might want to look online. Many states publish their warrants on their state website and there are national ones as well. Some websites allow you to search nationwide, but usually with an access fee. Then again, if the person you are searching for has an outstanding warrant out for their arrest, they will be immediately reported to the proper authorities. You can find out this information online by searching your state, national or local law enforcement agency website. It might not be free, but it will be worth it to prevent someone from harming you, family, business, or yourself.