Parke County Indiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2914)Parke County Police Departments
Bourbon Police Department224 North Main StreetMarshallIN47859574-342-3105
Parke County Police Departments
Montezuma Police Department272 Crawford StreetMontezumaIN47862765-245-2590
Rockville Police Department416 South Jefferson StreetRockvilleIN47872765-569-3431
Rosedale Town Marshal130 North Main StreetRosedaleIN47874765-569-5413
Parke County Sheriff Departments
Parke County Sheriff Department / Parke County Jail458 Strawberry RoadRockvilleIN47872765-569-5413
Parke County Sheriff's Office458 Strawberry RoadRockvilleIN47872765-569-5413
Parke County Probation Department
Parke County Probation Department116 West High StreetRockvilleIN47872765-569-3521
Parke County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Parke County Arrest Warrants
Parke County Child Support Warrants
Parke County Jail Records
Parke County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Parke County Sex Offender Registry
Parke County Sheriff Website
Parke County Sheriff's Office Website

Warrant Records Are a Necessity For Searching For Criminal Records

Searching for Criminal Records in Parke County, Indiana is a lot different than searching for records in any other county in the United States. Indiana is considered to be a “no-fault” state, meaning that if there is proof of guilt, or if it is clear that a person committed a crime then they can be arrested and have their criminal records completed against them. This means that any time someone is arrested for any reason, they will have their criminal record against them and this is not something that they can get rid of. However, it does not mean that they cannot be searched for your own safety and well being.

First things first. All records within the state of Indiana are considered public domain. Therefore all police records, court records, and any other information that pertains to the criminal activity of a person are made public domain. This includes warrant records. In most cases, once you file a request for these records you are entitled to an investigation into the matter.

This means that the person you are looking for will be investigated. If the investigation reveals that a warrant is out for their arrest, the person’s name will become public record. You should always check that the person you are investigating has a criminal record before you give them their name and social security number.

This is information that the public must have access to. It is also considered public record and is available for anyone who is interested. If you are trying to hire someone to work for you or do business with you, then you need to make sure that they are not on any public records. If they have been convicted of a crime then this information will be available to the general public and you can use it as you please.

There are a few things that you should keep in mind when searching for these types of records. The first is that these warrants are very specific. They will usually state what crime they were charged with which district the case was filed. In order to find this information you need to search the database for the local courthouse. Once you have located the courthouse, then you can conduct your search.

The next thing to keep in mind is that if the person you want to search for this information does not have a criminal record then you may have a difficult time locating the information you are seeking. It is possible that the person may have only traffic tickets on their record. However, this does not mean that they are not wanted by the police. In order to find out this information you will need to use the resources of the local sheriff’s department. They will be able to tell you if the person you are searching for has a criminal record or not.