|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2974)Tippecanoe County Police Departments|
|Battle Ground Police Department||100 College Street||Battle Ground||IN||47920||765-567-2223|
|Tippecanoe County Police Departments|
|Clarks Hill Police Department||9400 White Street||Clarks Hill||IN||47930||765-523-2217|
|Clarks Hill Town Marshal||9400 White Street||Clarks Hill||IN||47930||765-523-2217|
|Dayton Police||6531 Walnut Street||Lafayette||IN||47905|
|Dayton Town Marshal||6531 Indiana 38||Lafayette||IN||47905||765-447-2219|
|Indiana Department Of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division - District 3||30 Professional Court||Lafayette||IN||47905||765-447-9582|
|Indiana State Police - District 14||5921 Indiana 43||West Lafayette||IN||47906||765-567-2125|
|Lafayette Police Department||20 North 6th Street||Lafayette||IN||47901||765-807-1200|
|Purdue University Police Department||205 South Martin Jischke Drive||West Lafayette||IN||47907||765-494-8221|
|West Lafayette Police Department||711 West Navajo Street||West Lafayette||IN||47906||765-775-5200|
|Tippecanoe County Sheriff Departments|
|Tippecanoe County Sheriff Department / Tippecanoe County Jail||2640 Duncan Road||Lafayette||IN||47904||765-423-9388|
|Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office||2640 Duncan Road||Lafayette||IN||47904||765-423-9388|
|Tippecanoe County FBI Offices|
|Lafayette Indiana FBI Office||232 North 4th Street||Lafayette||IN||47901||765-423-5619|
|Lafayette Indiana FBI Office||8 North 3rd Street||Lafayette||IN||47901||765-423-5619|
|Tippecanoe County Probation Department|
|Tippecanoe County Probation Department||301 Main Street||Lafayette||IN||47901||765-423-9290|
|Tippecanoe County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|City of Lafayette Traffic Citations|
|City of West Lafayette Public Records|
|Featured Tippecanoe County Warrants|
|Journal and Courier Publication Police Blotters|
|Lafayette Police Department|
|Lafayette Police Department Crime Maps|
|Lafayette Police Department Crime Maps|
|Purdue University Parking Tickets|
|Purdue University Police Department Persona Non Grata List|
|Tippecanoe County Arrest Warrants|
|Tippecanoe County Child Support Warrants|
|Tippecanoe County Clerk of Courts Online Payment|
|Tippecanoe County Jail Records|
|Tippecanoe County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Tippecanoe County Sex Offender Registry|
|Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Sales|
|Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office Website|
The Hidden Truth About Warrant Records
We’re sorry to burst your bubble, but Warrant Records in Tippecanoe County are actually NOT the same as what you see on TV or in the movies. These records only exist within the courthouse in Tippecanoe and not in any other area of Indiana. The record is considered an informational record that is ordered by the court. People looking for this type of information will have to go to the courthouse in Tippecanoe and obtain the information through an application. There are specific reasons that warrants are issued for in Indiana, as well as many different categories of people that can have them issued.
An arrest warrant is a very serious thing. It not only means that the person has been charged with a crime, it also tells the court that there is probable cause to believe that the person committed the crime. This probable cause often refers to evidence that was found at the scene of the crime. It can mean the presence of drugs or money or anything else that can confirm that a person committed a given act. Arrest warrants are often issued after a person has already been arrested and taken to jail.
A bench warrant refers to a warrant that hasn’t been filed yet. This basically means that the judge wants to see the person’s appearance in court, but hasn’t yet had enough evidence to issue a warrant. If you find one of these, it doesn’t mean that you are now free to do whatever you want. You still have to go to the courthouse in Tippecanoe and get the rest of the paperwork signed.
Searching for a warrant isn’t as simple as turning on your computer and searching through the millions of records that are stored all over the country. Each state has their own rules when it comes to searching a person’s criminal record. In Indiana, a warrant can be searched only if the person’s name appears anywhere in the records. For example, if the person’s name appears seven times on six different credit applications in seven different states, you’ll have to search the seven separate states to find out if there’s a warrant out for their arrest.
The best option is to visit your local courthouse. Some courts allow you to actually sit in front of the clerk and show proof that you’re the person that the warrant was meant for. If the court allows you to do this, then you at least have a chance of having the person enter a plea of “not guilty” before their trial date. Although it may seem like the ideal scenario, this isn’t always true. Sometimes people are innocent and don’t even know they were involved with a criminal act.
It’s always important to make sure that you know what you’re dealing with when it comes to warrant records. If you don’t have the time or the information to search for them yourself, hiring a private investigation company is the next best thing to knowing for sure. These companies have access to a lot of warrant records that other people don’t. If you suspect your spouse is cheating on you, hire a private investigator to find out the truth. It’s better to have a little more knowledge about the people around you than to get ripped off by a thief.