Allamakee County Iowa Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2555)Allamakee County Police Departments
Lansing Police Department201 John StreetLansingIA52151563-538-4757
Allamakee County Police Departments
New Albin Police Department177 Railroad AvenueNew AlbinIA52160563-544-4477
Postville Police Department Office147 North Lawler StreetPostvilleIA52162563-864-3234
Waukon Police Department104 1st Street NorthwestWaukonIA52172563-568-3427
Allamakee County Sheriff Department
Allamakee County Sheriffs Office110 Allamakee Street NorthwestWaukonIA52172563-568-4521
Allamakee County Probation Department
Allamakee County Probation Department1059 3rd Avenue NorthwestWaukonIA52172563-568-4013
Allamakee County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Allamakee County Child Support Warrants
Allamakee County Criminal Records
Allamakee County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Allamakee County Sex Offender Registry
Allamakee County Sheriff's Office Website

Warrant Records Search – Everything You Need to Know About Wards & Warrants

Warrant Records in Allamakee County Iowa are important to everyone, not just law enforcement. These records contain personal information on people who were arrested for crimes, and sometimes there are records for sex offenders. Some warrants may be for traffic violations. If you are someone’s ex-spouse or ex-partner, you may want to check up on them. They could be using your name to get a new driver’s license, or they could be using it to start a new relationship.

Warrant records contain the personal details of a person, such as their name, address, and date of birth. They are filed with the court that issued the warrant, and can only be obtained by the person in question if they can prove that they know the person is the person named on the warrant. In cases where a warrant has been out for a long time, it can be difficult for a person to prove they know the person.

These records also show if a person has ever been convicted of a crime, or what crimes they have been tried for. They can tell if a person has served time in jail, or if they have ever been to jail. If a person has a criminal record, the search will reveal this as well.

If a person doesn’t have a criminal record, but they do have a warrant out for their arrest, then they can be searched to find out more about the situation. They can be searched to see if they are on any police records, which could help them to know if they are wanted for suspicion of a crime, or for an outstanding warrant. This is a great way to find out information if something doesn’t seem right about a person’s history.

It can even be used to check up on a babysitter. If you are leaving your children with a sitter and they aren’t doing well, a background search can reveal if they have a criminal record. You can even find out if they have been arrested for fraud, or another crime. This can keep you and your family safe.

Per state law, warrants can only be issued in specific situations. For example, if a person has committed a felony in the previous seven years, then they cannot just simply issue a warrant for your arrest. They must first wait a certain amount of time, called a statute of limitations, before issuing the warrant. Then if they are in violation of the law, they must be brought into court, prove that there is evidence against them, and then the evidence needs to be introduced as evidence in a court of law. A warrant may only be issued if there is a reasonable belief that the person has committed a crime, or if there is a balance of risk and the evidence shows that the person is likely to commit more crimes.