Gibson County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2704)Gibson County Police Departments
Daviess County Sheriff's Department103 South Main StreetHaubstadtIN47639270-685-8444
Gibson County Police Departments
Fort Branch Police Department208 West Locust StreetFort BranchIN47648812-753-3097
Francisco Police Department203 West Main StreetFranciscoIN47649812-782-3573
Haubstadt Police Department103 South Main StreetHaubstadtIN47639812-768-6451
Oakland City Police Department210 East Washington StreetOaklandIN47660812-749-3055
Owensville Police Department108 West Brummitt StreetOwensvilleIN47665812-724-4151
Patoka Police Department105 South Main StreetPatokaIN47666812-779-3401
Princeton Police Department310 West State StreetPrincetonIN47670812-385-3437
Gibson County Sheriff Department
Gibson County Sheriffs Department / Gibson County Jail112 East Emerson StreetPrincetonIN47670812-385-3496
Gibson County Probation Department
Gibson County Probation Department101 North Main StreetPrincetonIN47670812-385-4243
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Warrant Records – Getting Criminal Records Searched Online

Warrant Records in Gibson County Indiana

Warrant records are not always easy to find. In fact, in many instances, the person you’re looking for the warrant on will never know they exist. This is because in Indiana, there are two different types of warrants that exist. One type of warrant is a “writ of attainder” which is the most common and used in Indiana, and is used when someone is ordered to attend a specific trial. The other type of warrant exists and is called a “warrant of arrest” which is used when a person has been ordered to stand trial and cannot get to a meeting.

If a person is arrested for any reason, their record is listed as being “arrested” or “detained”. However, if a person’s “arrested” or “detained” is due to their criminal activity, then this should include all charges that were filed against them. All records related to a person’s criminal activity will be found on their criminal record. The only good news about this is that if the person’s criminal activity did not occur in Indiana, then their record will not show up on their criminal record.

Warrant records contain all kinds of information that includes a person’s criminal activity. When looking at records in Indiana, you’ll see the following data: the name of the person, the date they were arrested, the charges that were filed against them, and even their bail amount! All the records that have to do with criminal activity will show up. If you have any doubts as to the validity of a record, you can request it be removed from the police report.

There are many reasons that someone might want to check up on someone’s criminal records. They could be hiring someone to work for them, looking into a babysitter, or maybe they’re suspicious of their spouse. Whatever the reason may be, you’ll need to be able to find out through the proper channels. Because in Indiana, records are admissible as evidence in court, having access to these records will help you arrive at a decision more quickly.

One thing that you will need to keep in mind, however, is that you will need to have proof of the person’s criminal activity. Even if you have records that show the person committed a crime at some point, proving the act was done by a specific person is needed. For instance, if the person was arrested for assault, that doesn’t mean that they actually committed the crime. It only means that the police reported that the person was arrested for such a crime. This is why it is important to consult a lawyer before checking a person’s public records.

If you are checking up on someone’s warrant records, you’ll need to know where to find them. You can search by person, but that may not give you the information that you want. You can check the local courthouse in the county that the person lives in. If there is an address listed, you should be able to obtain at least some of it. It may take a while, but it can be worth it when you discover the identity of the person who owns the property that the person is wanted on.