|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2853)Lawrence County Police Departments|
|Bedford Police Department||1617 K Street||Bedford||IN||47421||812-275-3311|
|Lawrence County Police Departments|
|City of Mitchell: Police Department||407 South 6th Street||Mitchell||IN||47446||812-849-2151|
|Mitchell Police Department||628 West Main Street||Mitchell||IN||47446||812-849-2151|
|Oolitic Police Department||109 Main Street||Oolitic||IN||47451||812-275-5523|
|Lawrence County Sheriff Department|
|Lawrence County Sheriffs Department / Lawrence County Jail||1420 I Street||Bedford||IN||47421||812-275-3316|
|Lawrence County Probation Department|
|Lawrence County Probation Department||918 16th Street||Bedford||IN||47421||812-275-3605|
|Lawrence County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Lawrence County Arrest Warrants|
|Lawrence County Child Support Warrants|
|Lawrence County Jail Records|
|Lawrence County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Lawrence County Sex Offender Registry|
|Lawrence County Sheriff Website|
|Lawrence County Sheriff's Office Property Records|
How to Search For Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Lawrence County Indiana have been kept in the county recorder’s office in each and every county for quite a while. These records include all warrants issued under the state “warrant of arrest” laws. A warrant is an order by a judge that says that a person has committed a crime against the jurisdiction and that they must be brought to justice. When a person’s name is on the list, they are legally required to provide proof of their identity before the courts can issue warrants for their arrest. This provides them a way to track down someone who they think might be following them or may be involved in their crime.
The internet has made it possible to locate all types of criminal information. If you want to find out if you or any person you know has a criminal record, you can do a search online. There are many websites that allow you to run a search through them to get arrest records, sex offender records, warrants for arrests and more. If you are trying to obtain records on somebody else in particular, you may be able to use the same resources that these websites offer.
If you already have a name, age and location for a person who you are investigating, you can do a search for their warrant records. This will tell you if they were arrested or put in jail, the crime they were convicted of and any other information about the person. You can also obtain background checks, which can give you information about a person’s past and determine their suitability for a job. You can also look up their public records to see if they have had any previous complaints against them.
However, there are legal issues that arise when looking up someone’s warrant records. One thing you need to know is what type of warrant was issued for their arrest. Most warrants issued in the state of Indiana are considered to be valid only if the person actually appeared in court and got convicted of the charges. If no court proceedings took place, then it is not considered to be a valid warrant.
The state of Indiana does not keep detailed records on warrants. When you try to access records from another state, such as Missouri, you will most likely not get any details at all. In some cases, warrant searches can be limited to criminal activity. However, other records can be searched, including arrest records, driving records and so on. In some states, pre-employment background checks and drug tests are not possible without having a warrant. It is very important to make sure that you know what you are doing when you are performing a search on anyone else’s record.
If you are performing a search on a person who has a criminal record, it is crucial to know exactly what offenses are covered, especially because different states have different laws on whether or not the record needs to be expunged. Also, when searching for a person’s record, you should not just assume that it is someone with a clean slate. The better way to check is to contact the local courthouse to see if there are any warrants out for their arrest. This might not always work, but it is worth an effort in the end to find out.