Ripley County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Sunman Police Department225 Fitch AvenueSunmanIN47041812-623-5000
Sunman Police Department604 North Meridian StreetSunmanIN47041812-623-5000
Versailles Police Department103 South Main StreetVersaillesIN47042812-689-6122
Versailles Police Department118 Water StreetVersaillesIN47042812-689-6122
Ripley County Sheriff Department
Ripley County Sheriffs Office210 North Monroe StreetVersaillesIN47042812-689-5558
Ripley County Probation Department
Ripley County Probation DepartmentPO Box 248VersaillesIN47042812-689-6063
Ripley County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Ripley County Arrest Warrants
Ripley County Child Support Warrants
Ripley County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Ripley County Police Records
Ripley County Sex Offender Registry
Ripley County Sheriff's Department Website
Ripley County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Sales
(2922)Ripley County Police Departments
Batesville Police Department104 East Catherine StreetBatesvilleIN47006812-934-3131
Ripley County Police Departments
Holton Police Department7040 West Versailles StreetHoltonIN47023812-689-4420
Indiana State Police District 42 Versailles902 South Adams StreetVersaillesIN47042812-689-5000
Milan Police DepartmentLakeside DriveMilanIN47031812-654-2211
Milan Police Department211 West Carr StreetMilanIN47031812-654-2211
Osgood Police Department147 West Ripley StreetOsgoodIN47037812-689-4313

How to Access Public Warrant Records

It is not hard to find public records in Ripley County, Indiana. Warrant records are held in the court of county clerk. You can visit their website or county courthouse to get this kind of information. In Indiana, Warrant Records are a matter of public record. This means that they are available for anyone who needs it to search for such records.

Warrant Records in Ripley County Indiana

These records have many kinds of information. You can search for criminal records, arrest records, driving records and so on. Search by name or by location. You can also get marriage and divorce records, birth and death records. If you are searching for an address, you can find this information as well. There are even some records that tell you where someone is working, how old they are and where they live.

These records are public and readily available if people want to use them. They are however kept in different storage facilities depending on how private or public they are. For example, dental records are usually kept confidential. They are only accessible by licensed medical doctors, lawyers, government agencies and the press.

To find public warrant records you can either search online or go to your local county courthouse and make a formal request. Many counties now have websites where you can search for public records. Some of the information can be downloaded immediately and others require you to fax information such as name, address and date of birth. The fee for searching is usually a few dollars or depends on the service you want. The process of requesting information through the internet is often quick and easy.

Searching is usually simple because most counties allow you to search for warrants online. Once you enter the necessary information, you will be given the option to either download or print the results. If you would like to print out the results, most county offices offer this option at their website. However, the paper printout may take longer due to security considerations. You should be prepared to wait up to three days for the records to be mailed to you.

Searching online means that you can perform the search from the comfort of your own home. All you need is a computer with a decent Internet connection. You do not have to pay a fee to use an online search. You may also conduct an un-filing search free of charge if you know the person’s name and where to look for the record.