Greene County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2706)Greene County Police Departments
Bloomfield Police Department12 East Main StreetBloomfieldIN47424812-384-4114
Greene County Police Departments
Jasonville Police Department251 West Main StreetJasonvilleIN47438812-665-2694
Linton Police Department49 Northwest A StreetLintonIN47441812-847-4411
Linton Police DepartmentPrice RoadLintonIN47441812-847-4411
Lyons Police Department2802 South 1025 WestLyonsIN47443812-659-2500
Lyons Police Department147 E Broad StreetLyonsIN47443812-659-2500
Police Department145 South Lawton StreetJasonvilleIN47438812-665-2694
Worthington City Police Department20 South Commercial StreetWorthingtonIN47471812-875-2424
Greene County Sheriff Departments
Greene County Sheriff / Greene County Jail204 70 EastBloomfieldIN47424812-384-4411
Greene County Sheriff's Office204 Co Road 70 EastBloomfieldIN47424812-384-4422
Greene County Probation Department
Greene County Probation DepartmentPO Box 109BloomfieldIN47424812-384-8774
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What Are Warrant Records And Why Are They Done?

What are the requirements for obtaining copies of Greene County warrant records? In order to obtain these documents, an individual will need to become a designated authority to perform such requests under the current rules and regulations of the State of Indiana. If you are not a designated authority, you will not be able to obtain your records. You must be of legal age and a resident of the county in which you wish to obtain the warrant records. The name of the person the warrants are issued to must also be provided.

Warrant Records in Greene County Indiana

You can make a request by contacting the local police department or requesting an online service from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. You can also fax your request to the designated authorities. Once you have made your request, a warrant application will be filed with the court. A copy of the application will then be forwarded to the concerned police department or to the Indiana State Police.

In most instances, you will receive a copy of the application in the mail. The first thing that will happen once you receive this is that the person named on the warrant will be informed of the request. A few days later, the person will be given a copy of the request. It is also possible that a visit will be made by the police officers to verify whether the information you provided is correct.

You must also be prepared to give your full legal name and any other legal name associated with the person you are requesting the warrant for. Some jurisdictions have some restrictions on the use of this information. Generally, these rules are intended to prevent the naming of someone who is actually a co-owner or beneficiary of the property being investigated. You may have to provide additional proof of identity if the person is using another false identity to obtain a criminal record.

Usually, any time you are searching for public records such as these, you will have to follow certain procedures. The first thing that will happen once you are requested to appear at court is that you will be fingerprinted. It is important to remember that this is for the protection of the person you are requesting the warrant for. It is also the same with giving a name and address. It is also important to know that the police are legally allowed to enter private residential premises when they feel there is reason to believe a crime is about to occur.

Once you go to court, the judge will give you an date to appear. You should also be prepared to show the judge a current photo ID, such as a driver’s license or passport. When you are finally called to the bench, it is a good idea for you to have a friend or family member there with you so that they can offer moral support. You will stand before the judge and be asked to sign the Warrant of Arrest. The warrant will then be posted outside your building. It is important to understand that this is a legal document and that you must always sign it.