Steuben County Indiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2971)Steuben County Police Departments
Angola City Police Department202 West Gilmore StreetAngolaIN46703260-665-2121
Steuben County Police Departments
Clear Lake Police Department5950 Gecowets DriveFremontIN46737260-495-9620
Fremont Police Department205 Tolford StreetFremontIN46737260-495-9848
Hamilton Police Department3930 East Church StreetHamiltonIN46742260-488-3721
Hamilton Police Department7760 South Wayne StreetHamiltonIN46742260-488-3721
Hudson Police Department115 Parsonage StreetHudsonIN46747260-587-3500
Orland Police Department6110 Route 327OrlandIN46776260-829-6411
Orland Police DepartmentIndiana 327OrlandIN46776260-829-6411
Sturgis Police Department122 Outer DriveFremontIN46737269-651-3231
Steuben County Sheriff Departments
Steuben County Sheriff Department / Steuben County Jail206 East Gale StreetAngolaIN46703260-668-1000
Steuben County Sheriff's Office206 East Gale StreetAngolaIN46703260-668-1000
Steuben County Probation Department
Steuben County Probation Department205 South Martha StreetAngolaIN46703260-668-1000
Steuben County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Steuben County Active Warrants
Steuben County Arrest Warrants
Steuben County Child Support Warrants
Steuben County Jail Records
Steuben County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Steuben County Sex Offender Registry
Steuben County Sheriff Website
Steuben County Sheriff's Office Property Records

Warrant Records And How To Look Up Them

Warrant Records in Steuben County Indiana are a list of all warrants that have been issued in the county. These are, in turn, recorded in the court of common law. All warrants must be filed with the courts within the county where the person is accused of whatever crime they are being accused of. This means that if a warrant is issued for your arrest, you will need to know and be able to prove that it was issued by a judge. Otherwise, you run the risk of having the warrant taken away from you because you are unable to prove that it was issued.

Warrant Records are kept in two different places. One is in the courthouse where the cases are filed. Then there are special databases kept by the police and other law enforcement agencies. All of these people are required to keep these records up-to-date. The problem with this is that many times the information contained in one of these places is outdated or old. So a warrant may be on file for a person who is long gone and living in another state.

Another reason that warrants are important to keep track of is that they can help law enforcement with their investigation. If you are being questioned about whether or not you have actually been in an accident that you’re not totally agree with, a warrant can clear up any confusion you may have. It can also help you to defend yourself in court. As mentioned above, if you are being arrested for something that you think might be false, a warrant can help clear up any questions that you may have.

Warrant records are public and can be accessed by the public. However, if a person has been arrested for a crime, the person needs to go to a courthouse in order to get their record. In order to do this a person must have an intention to appear and must contact the courthouse at least 24 hours before their appearance. Failure to do so can result in the person’s criminal record being sealed and never turned over to a public access agency.

Now, it’s possible for a criminal to have their record expunged. If a person is found guilty of a crime, the court will consider removing the person’s criminal record from their file. This process varies by each state, and can take a few weeks to several months. It doesn’t matter how long it takes as long as the process is completed and the person has no other outstanding warrants against them.

To find out more about warrant records it’s a good idea to check your local county clerk. Most counties will have these records available. However, you will need to know the person’s name and the crime that they were arrested for. In order to find out this information you will need to contact your local court house or make a phone call to the clerk’s office.