Hendricks County Indiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2790)Hendricks County Police Departments
Amo Police Department4925 North Pearl StreetAmoIN46103317-539-6915
Hendricks County Police Departments
Avon Police Department6570 East US Highway 36AvonIN46123317-272-4485
Avon Police Department6550 East US Highway 36AvonIN46123317-272-4485
Brownsburg Police Department31 North Green StreetBrownsburgIN46112317-852-1100
Clayton Police Department4844 Iowa StreetClaytonIN46118317-539-2552
Coatesville Town Marshal4994 Milton StreetCoatesvilleIN46121765-386-7205
Danville Police Department147 West Main StreetDanvilleIN46122317-745-2486
Lizton Police Department407 Church StreetLiztonIN46149317-994-5200
Lizton Police Department106 Lebanon StreetLiztonIN46149317-994-6000
North Salem Police Department5 West Pearl StreetNorth SalemIN46165765-676-6400
Pittsboro Police Department80 North Meridian StreetPittsboroIN46167317-892-3329
Plainfield Police Department1075 West Main StreetPlainfieldIN46168317-838-3565
Stilesville Town Marshal8353 North Hendricks StreetStilesvilleIN46180317-539-2237
Hendricks County Sheriff Department
Hendricks County Sheriffs Department / Hendricks County Jail925 East Main StreetDanvilleIN46122317-745-6269
Hendricks County Probation Department
Hendricks County Probation Department101 West Marion StreetDanvilleIN46122317-745-9264
Hendricks County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Brownsburg Police Department Press Releases
Brownsburg Police Department Website
Hendricks County Arrest Warrants
Hendricks County Child Support Warrants
Hendricks County Jail Records
Hendricks County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Hendricks County Sex Offender Registry

The Importance of Searching for Criminal Background Records

The discovery of warrants for criminal offenses can cause alarm and anxiety to anyone who has lived in the area or who recently bought a home in Hendricks County. The use of these warrants as a tool for searching a person’s criminal past is nothing new, but what many people do not realize is that they are public record and available to the general public. In order to see these documents you will have to apply for a copy of the relevant record through the county courthouse.

The most common reasons for obtaining these documents are to check on the backgrounds of prospective employees, tenants and friends. If you are a landlord or property manager you can gain valuable information about a potential renter or tenant by checking whether they have a criminal history. This type of check can also reveal if someone has an outstanding traffic ticket which may have been driving under the influence of alcohol. If you are a concerned parent you can find out if there are any sexual offenders living nearby who may pose a threat to your child. Searches like this can be done safely and confidentially with the help of professional investigators from an Indiana State Police Crime Scene Investigator.

Warrant records are also useful when searching for personal information about a person. If you are planning to hire a nanny, you can find out if they are registered and certified by the Department of Health. You can also request verification of military records to ensure that the person is serving in the Armed Forces. Similarly, the FBI can use these records to ensure that the person applying for work does have the qualifications they are claiming.

In addition, there are a wide variety of reasons to obtain criminal background information on another person. If you are trying to hire a house sitter, you will want to be sure that you do not put your belongings in the hands of someone who has a criminal record. A person can even hide their identity from the public by using a mask or false hair. You may be able to investigate a potential employee before hiring them at your business or from a friend or family member. You may also be concerned that your children are being sexually abused.

Warrant records are maintained by several different government agencies. By taking a bit of time to research criminal history records for a state, county and city, you will be able to find all kinds of details about the person you are investigating. Depending on the nature of the investigation, you may be able to view arrest records, traffic offenses, sex offender records and more. This is all possible thanks to the Freedom of Information Act and the right of people to gather criminal background information for many different purposes.

Warrant records are often used to locate missing children or to prevent identity theft. People may also gather this information to check up on neighbors and current tenants. There are a number of uses for criminal background searches. They are useful in the daily lives of everyone and may even prevent the loss of a life.