Noble County Indiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2863)Noble County Police Departments
Albion Police Department110 South Orange StreetAlbionIN46701260-636-7157
Noble County Police Departments
Albion Police Department211 East Park DriveAlbionIN46701260-636-7157
Avilla Police Department117 South Main StreetAvillaIN46710260-897-3555
Cromwell Marshals Office111 North Jefferson StreetCromwellIN46732260-856-3838
Cromwell Police Department353 North Baker StreetCromwellIN46732260-856-3838
Kendallville Police Department234 South Main StreetKendallvilleIN46755260-347-0654
Ligonier City Police Department103 West 3rd StreetLigonierIN46767260-894-4111
Ligonier City Police Department301 South Cavin StreetLigonierIN46767260-894-4111
Rome City Marshals Office402 Kelly StreetRome CityIN46784260-854-3113
Rome City Police Department402 Kelly StreetRome CityIN46784260-854-3113
Noble County Sheriff Department
Noble County Sheriffs Department / Noble County Jail210 South 7th StreetAlbionIN46701260-636-2182
Noble County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Noble County Arrest Warrants
Noble County Child Support Warrants
Noble County Court Records (Indiana)
Noble County Jail Records
Noble County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Noble County Sex Offender Registry
Noble County Sheriff's Department Website
Noble County Sheriff's Office Warrants

The Purpose and Process of Searching For Warrant Records

The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that Noble County complies with its legal responsibilities under the Freedom of Information Act regarding the production of public records. In deciding to inspect Noble County’s website, the Court found that the website was not prepared in a manner that complied with the law. Specifically, the website provided search results for warrants, but the names of the warrants were withheld and had not been previously listed on the website. The Court found that the result search provided to the general public was inaccurate as the information was out of date. Furthermore, the records that were displayed did not include county-specific information such as county arrest warrants or state jail records.

The decision regarding the production of warrants is important to all law abiding citizens. Warrant searches allow law enforcement officials and other officials to locate someone who has been arrested for a crime. For example, an individual wanted on suspicion of drug possession may be able to locate their criminal record. It is also possible for an individual to locate a person they believe is dangerous based on their pattern of behavior. If an individual has served their jail term for a felony, but no arrest warrants have been issued against them, it is possible to seek this information from the local police department. There are many reasons that someone may want to access this type of information, and there are many reasons that people need to know about these warrants.

Because warrant searches are public, you can check to see if there are any warrants out for your own arrest. You can also request an individual’s court records if you feel someone may be abusing your rights. You may also be able to obtain information about someone you love or someone you are dating. These records are available to the public and can help put a name to an unknown phone number or e-mail address.

As previously stated, the Freedom of Information Act allows anyone to view records that are classified as “public”. This means that you can request these records from the government agencies that maintain these databases. There are two types of public databases; state records and federal records. Each type of database is maintained separately by the government.

State Records are harder to access than federal records. Often times, you will need to file a legal request to access the information. This request must include a formal written statement identifying the records you are requesting. In most cases, this request will be reviewed by an administrative law judge who will determine if your request is justified under the laws governing public access to information.

Warrant records are not only a helpful way to keep track of a person’s background, but they can also be used to prevent the loss of your identity. An unsecured, warrant can be turned over to the police authorities in an attempt to find the holder of the warrant. If you currently have a outstanding warrant, there are steps you can take to ensure it stays in your possession.