Randolph County Indiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2921)Randolph County Police Departments
Farmland Police Department106 East Henry StreetFarmlandIN47340765-468-6701
Randolph County Police Departments
Farmland Police Department104 East Henry StreetFarmlandIN47340765-468-6701
Losantville Town Marshal111 North Main StreetLosantvilleIN47354765-853-6165
Lynn Police Department103 South Main StreetWinchesterIN47394765-874-1225
Lynn Police Department101 S MainLynnIN47355765-874-1225
Parker City Police315 West Jackson StreetParker CityIN47368765-468-7949
Ridgeville Police Department106 South Walnut StreetRidgevilleIN47380765-857-2661
Saratoga Police Chief155 East South StreetWinchesterIN47394765-584-1721
Union City Police219 South Howard StreetUnionIN47390765-964-5353
Union City Police Department309 West Pearl StreetUnionIN47390765-964-5353
Winchester Police Department113 East Washington StreetWinchesterIN47394765-584-6891
Randolph County Sheriff Department
Randolph County Sheriff155 East South StreetWinchesterIN47394765-584-1721
Randolph County Probation Department
Randolph County Probation Department216 South Meridian StreetWinchesterIN47394765-584-5805
Randolph County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Randolph County Child Support Warrants
Randolph County Most Wanted
Randolph County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Randolph County Sex Offender Registry
Randolph County Sheriff Website
Randolph County Sheriff's Office Property Records
Winchester Police Department Crash Reports

How to Search For Criminal Records – Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Randolph County are basically criminal records. These records are sealed under the state seal and are not readily available to the public. Any public records that show an Indiana Record of warrants will require a formal request made under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). To find out if you have a warrant, you must send a written request to the circuit court in Randolph County Indiana.

Warrant records are also known as an “affidavit of probable cause” which indicates that there is enough evidence to have a person arrested for suspicion of a crime. This affidavit is used by the police to search for and arrest someone who they believe has committed a crime. In order to locate all of the information that is contained in the record, you will need to go to the Indiana State Police or the circuit court in your county and request a copy of any warrant that is in your name.

The main reason that these criminal records are sealed is to protect the innocent from being accused of a crime they did not commit. It is also done to protect the innocent from being falsely accused of a crime that they did commit. These criminal records will include any charges that were filed against the person and any findings of guilty at the trial. You can also look up current warrant records for any person in the area of your residence.

If you have an address for a person, it may be possible to get their criminal record checked online. In some cases, you can contact the local law enforcement agency and they can assist you in obtaining an arrest warrant. The local law enforcement officers can give you the information that you need quickly and easily. The only downfall to this option is that you may have to wait weeks before you receive the information.

There are many reasons that you would want to look up these records. If you are suspicious of someone you just met, you can perform a pre-employment background check to see if they have any warrants. You can also perform a reverse look up if you are trying to obtain employment. Another option is to run a criminal record check to see if someone has any outstanding traffic offenses. If you run a business and want to make sure that your employees are not in any criminal records then a record search would definitely come in handy.

Remember that it can take several days to several weeks to obtain the documents that you need from the local courthouse. The fastest way to do this is to perform a search online. There are several companies that offer warrant record searches for a small fee. Most of them have access to hundreds of thousands of public records so your search should be very comprehensive.