Tipton County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2975)Tipton County Police Departments
Tipton Police Department225 East Jefferson StreetTiptonIN46072580-667-5625
Tipton County Police Departments
Kempton Town Marshal205 North Main StreetKemptonIN46049765-947-7005
Sharpsville Town Marshal124 South Main StreetSharpsvilleIN46068765-963-2911
Windfall Police Department210 South Independence StreetWindfallIN46076765-945-7515
Windfall Town Marshal210 South Independence StreetWindfallIN46076765-945-7515
Tipton County Sheriff Departments
Tipton County Sheriff Department / Tipton County Jail121 West Madison StreetTiptonIN46072765-675-7004
Tipton County Sheriff's Office121 West Madison StreetTiptonIN46072765-675-2111
Tipton County Probation Department
Tipton County Probation Department101 East Jefferson StreetTiptonIN46072765-675-4353
Tipton County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Tipton County Arrest Warrants
Tipton County Child Support Warrants
Tipton County Jail Records
Tipton County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
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Tipton County Sheriff's Office Website

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Warrant Records in Tipton County Indiana

The Tipton County public records are maintained by the Circuit Court of Tipton County. Warrant Records are basically court case dockets, but they have much more to offer than just dockets. Warrant Records can tell you quite a bit about an individual. It will tell you their court history, their criminal history and their civil history.

One thing that is important to remember when searching for a person’s background is that warrants are not recognized the same way that other public records are recognized. For instance, while you might be able to obtain public arrest records and birth records through the state Department of Health. You will not be able to obtain employment records or court records through the Indiana State Police. Because warrants are special not all records are considered public domain. In other words, if a warrant is issued against a person in another state, it will not be available to you unless you go to the court house in the state where the warrant was issued.

In addition, there are some limitations to what you can do to search for a warrant. If the person you want to search for has ever been convicted of a felony in the past seven years, then you will have to get permission from the circuit court where the person was tried. This means you could spend weeks trying to find this information. It is better to find out as soon as possible, before there is a warrant out for your arrest.

Warrant records can tell you a lot more about a person that you may not know. For example, did you know that warrants are available to the police? In other words, if there has been a criminal arrest of that person, they can submit an application to have the warrant released. Of course, if it had been a traffic violation, you would not have a warrant.

Warrant records can be found at the county courthouse, Federal Bureau of Investigation office and even the National Crime Information Center (NCIC). If you do not have access to these places where the records are kept, then you can always go online to find them. However, since these records are so heavily guarded, you usually have to pay to read them. The good news is that many websites allow you to have access to a warrant record through a subscription or a fee.

The most important reason to search for a warrant is to protect yourself and your family. You should not let a situation where you are without notice. People can become dangerous when they are facing serious criminal charges. You can never take anything for granted. If you suspect that a person may be on the verge of committing a crime, you should make sure you find out exactly what their history is first.