Madison County Indiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2854)Madison County Police Departments
Alexandria Police Department204 South Harrison StreetAlexandriaIN46001765-724-3222
Madison County Police Departments
Alexandria Police Department201 East Washington StreetAlexandriaIN46001765-724-3222
Anderson Police Department1040 Main StreetAndersonIN46016765-648-6700
Anderson University Police And Security1303 East 5th StreetAndersonIN46012765-641-4154
Anderson University Police Department1100 East 5th StreetAndersonIN46012765-641-4154
Chesterfield Police Department17 Veterans BoulevardAndersonIN46017765-378-3354
Edgewood Police Department3405 Nichol AvenueAndersonIN46011765-642-3200
Elwood Police Department1505 South B StreetElwoodIN46036765-552-3377
Frankton Police Department105 South Church StreetFranktonIN46044765-754-8833
Indiana Conservation Office - District 4 Headquarters3734 Mounds RoadAndersonIN46017765-649-1062
Indiana State Police - District 519022 South State Road 67PendletonIN46064765-778-2121
Ingalls Police Department247 Meridian StreetIngallsIN46048317-485-8144
Lapel Police Department720 Ford StreetLapelIN46051765-534-4600
Markleville Police Department8 South State StreetMarklevilleIN46056765-533-2354
Markleville Police Department24 State StreetMarklevilleIN46056765-533-2354
Orestes Police Department2 Superior StreetAlexandriaIN46001765-754-7187
Pendleton Police Department120 East State StreetPendletonIN46064765-778-3933
Summitville Police Department109 South Main StreetSummitvilleIN46070765-536-2412
Madison County Sheriff Department
Madison County Sheriffs Department / Madison County Jail720 Central AvenueAndersonIN46016765-646-4001
Madison County Probation Department
Madison County Probation Department3420 Mounds RoadAndersonIN46017765-646-9213
Madison County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Anderson Police Department Website
Madison County Child Support Warrants
Madison County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Madison County Sex Offender Registry
Madison County Sheriff Website
Madison County Sheriff's Department Inmate Search
Madison County Sheriff's Department Sheriff Sales

Details About Warrant Records

Warrant Records are the public documents that contain the warrant of arrests made or the “permanently in force” orders granting warrants. These are all public records and are open to the public. In most cases you can search and request these records online.

Warrant Records in Madison County Indiana also include a record of any sexual offender that has been convicted of any crime. These are also kept and updated by the Madison County Government. Searching for this information is fairly simple. All you need to do is visit their website. You will need your first and last name, a complete address, and the social security number of the person to perform your search.

When performing a background search on another person, it is important to know if there are criminal records that have been expunged, sealed or suppressed. An expungement means that the court sealing or suppressing the records were done accidentally or due to some reason. The person can apply to have the records sealed or suppressed. If the record is later found to contain false information or errors, it will be expunged.

A warrant can be signed by any law enforcement officer if they believe there is an emergency. If an arrest is made on a person without the proper notice or probable cause, the warrant will be granted. Arrest warrants are very serious and must be handled with finesse. If a warrant is displayed, you must notify the law enforcement agency immediately.

Warrant Records in Madison County are different from other counties in that they do not keep extensive records. They only maintain arrest records, which are filed at the county sheriff’s office under the title of a person’s name in their database. This is one of the most popular record categories. These are kept up to date and updated regularly. You can search their database to see if the person you are searching for has ever been arrested or convicted of a crime.

Searching for this type of information online can be a little tricky. If you are having trouble, you can contact the county sheriff’s department and ask them for help. Some records can only be accessed through the proper channels and cannot be obtained through an online search. Other types of records such as residential searches and sex offender searches may be easier to obtain online. It all depends on what type of information you are searching for and how detailed you would like the results to be.