Harrison County Indiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2789)Harrison County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Harrison County Probation Department300 North Capitol AvenueCorydonIN47112812-738-3182
Harrison County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Harrison County Sheriffs Department / Harrison County Jail1445 Gardner Lane NorthwestCorydonIN47112812-738-2195
Corydon Police Department113 North Oak StreetCorydonIN47112812-738-3959
Lanesville Police Department7501 Main Street NortheastLanesvilleIN47136812-952-1024
Palmyra Marshal765 Main StreetPalmyraIN47164812-364-6106
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How to Search For Wrist Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Harrison County Indiana are one of the most heavily guarded public records. The fact that they are considered public records makes them available for anyone to search and obtain. If you are in any way wondering what all the fuss is about, allow me to explain. In order for searches to be legal, they must be conducted by a government agency that is authorized to maintain these records. These agencies are usually the county sheriff or local police department.

If you are involved in any criminal investigation, then you need to make sure that you know where the person who is being questioned actually is. If they don’t have proper identification, then they cannot be considered a person guilty of the crime. If you want to search and get a copy of the persons criminal records, you need to follow certain laws and guidelines. Doing this is important if you want to avoid being violated by the other party in question.

The first thing you need to do is to locate your local courthouse. Most counties will have a website and online records as well. You can either search online or offline. If you choose to search online, most counties allow you to enter the person’s name, date of birth and social security number. This information will then be scanned into a database and the records will then be available to you.

If you choose to search offline, you can either go to the courthouse or go down to the station where the person was arrested. You will then be able to look through the records for that person. However, this may not be the fastest or easiest way to do this. In order to do a complete search, you should go back and make another search for anything that is relevant. If you have other information such as a description of the suspect, then you should try to gather that information and enter it into the system so that you have a complete and thorough criminal history report.

Usually when a person is arrested for a felony, it will stay on their record for anywhere from three years to ten years. If they have prior arrests and warrants out for their arrest, it will stay on their record until those items are all removed. If a person has traffic tickets, then it may stay on their record for up to two years.

Even if a person does not have any criminal charges against them, there are reasons for them to have warrant records. For instance, many employers run a criminal background check before an interview. If a person has several traffic tickets and a past arrest warrant, it may make them less inclined to work with individuals that may have a criminal background. Therefore, you should always check these types of things to be sure that a person is who they say that they are.