|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2557)Audubon County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Audubon County Probation Department||PO Box 262||Audubon||IA||50025||712-563-2631|
|Audubon County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Audubon County Sheriff's Office||800 Market Street||Audubon||IA||50025||712-563-2742|
|Audubon County Sheriffs Office / Audubon County Jail||318 Leroy Street||Audubon||IA||50025||712-563-2631|
|Audubon Police Department||410 North Park Place||Audubon||IA||50025||712-563-2500|
|Exira Police Department||108 East Washington Street||Exira||IA||50076||712-268-2187|
|Audubon County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Audubon County Child Support Warrants|
|Audubon County Criminal Records|
|Audubon County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Audubon County Sex Offender Registry|
|Audubon County Sheriff's Department Website|
What Are Warrant Records?
Warrant Records in Audubon County Iowa are public information that the government makes available to the general public. The first time you see an “accumulated list” of warrants, it’s probably for a missing person. Most warrants are for arrests that have already been made, but sometimes they are for suspicion of the commission of a crime that hasn’t been committed. If there’s probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed, and the person who is accused of that crime has fled the scene of the crime, then a warrant for arrest will be issued.
It won’t matter if the suspect has already been served with papers by the arresting officer. Once the suspect does not appear at their court date for the court date scheduled, the warrant will be carried out. There’s an appeal process involved, of course, so the suspect can try to prevent their arrest through the courts. If, for some reason, the warrant is carried out, an arrest warrant will be issued.
Warrant Records in Audubon County contain a lot of information on an arrested person. Some warrant information may be public, while other information is kept private, according to state laws. In most states, if you are arrested for a crime, and then convicted, you’ll have access to your own arrest record and all related information about the crime.
When a warrant is carried out, it means that authorities believe they have a good reason to suspect the suspect of committing or making a certain crime. It doesn’t mean, however, that they have to arrest you. In most states, you can request a search of the warrant. In Audubon County, you’ll have to go through the court system and request the records. This can take months, depending on the information you’re requesting.
Once the records are searched, what information do you get? Typically, they will give you the name of the person arrested and the crime they were arrested for. They will also tell you where they were arrested, when they were arrested, how long they were in jail, how much money was paid in bail and all related information. You’ll likely see the charges against them, including the severity of their crimes. You may also see personal information about them, such as age and address.
Performing a background check on someone can be beneficial, especially if you want to hire a person for a position in your company. If you run a business, you can be sure that the people you hire are trustworthy. That’s why it’s important to check warrant records before you hire someone.