Grant County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2705)Grant County Police Departments
City of Marion: Pal Club301 South Branson StreetMarionIN46952765-662-9981
Grant County Police Departments
Fairmount Police Department214 West Washington StreetFairmountIN46928765-948-4400
Gas City Police Department211 East Main StreetGasIN46933765-674-2278
Indiana Wesleyan University Campus Police4201 South Washington StreetMarionIN46953765-677-4911
Jonesboro Police Department414 South Main StreetJonesboroIN46938765-674-6963
Marion Police Department301 South Branson StreetMarionIN46952765-662-9981
Swayzee Police Department213 South Washington StreetSwayzeeIN46986765-922-4585
Sweetser Police Department113 North Main StreetSwayzeeIN46986765-384-7222
Taylor University Police Department236 West Reade AvenueUplandIN46989765-998-5396
Upland Police Department63 East Washington StreetUplandIN46989765-998-2862
Van Buren Police Department201 North 1st StreetVan BurenIN46991765-934-2251
Grant County Sheriff Department
Grant County Sheriffs Department / Grant County Jail214 East 4th StreetMarionIN46952765-662-9836
Grant County Probation Department
Grant County Probation Department501 South Adams StreetMarionIN46952765-662-9861
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Criminal Background Check – How to Search For Worthy Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Grant County Indiana

Warrant Records are part of the public domain and as such are available to the general public through various public information services. These records include anything which is filed with a court declaring that a person has committed or is committing a crime. However, these do not usually include warrants that have been granted by the courts. In other words, one cannot get a warrant for one’s own arrest.

The government occasionally grants warrants for the arrest of a person for specified offenses, but does not always. There are reasons why the government does not always follow through on these warrants when they are granted. Warrant records can be obtained from the county courthouse in each county that grants warrants. In most counties, this is usually the county courthouse or county arrest records department. However, there are some counties that have their own courthouse and thus have their own criminal records storage unit.

Warrant records are used for many purposes. Whenever an individual is arrested for a crime, it is important to find out if he or she has a warrant out for their arrest. This is often needed in order to protect oneself against wrongful arrest and prosecution. If a person is taken into custody without any warrant, that person can typically call and tell his or her story. Unfortunately, there are times when people are taken into police custody solely on a hunch that they might have been involved in a crime they didn’t commit – simply because no police record existed to back up the arrest.

A person can also be arrested without having any criminal record at all by simply buying drugs from someone. Of course, this isn’t a good situation. If the suspect was caught with the drugs, he or she could go to jail, where their warrant would be allowed to lapse. If the drugs were then found while in police custody, any subsequent charges would be logged against the person and could come back to haunt them in the future.

In addition to finding out whether a person has a criminal record, one can usually also find out whether they have a warrant out for their arrest. This can be done by requesting the local sheriff’s department to see if a warrant exists for the person. A lot of states make it easy for someone who has a warrant to search for their record online, but some don’t.

As I said earlier, performing a criminal background check isn’t very difficult. A simple Google search will typically reveal a number of websites that you can use to find out about warrant searches in your local area. Most of the websites will be fairly quick to provide results and won’t cost you anything. However, you should only use a reliable website that’s been around for a while. No one wants to spend time trying to scrape together information and end up with inaccurate information.