Crawford County Iowa Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2651)Crawford County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Crawford County Probation Department1202 BroadwayDenisonIA51442712-263-2146
Crawford County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Crawford County Sheriff / Crawford County Jail1119 1st Avenue NorthDenisonIA51442712-263-3577
Crawford County Sheriff's Office1119 1st Avenue NorthDenisonIA51442712-263-2146
Denison Police Department1119 1st Avenue NorthDenisonIA51442712-263-3195
Iowa State Patrol - District 43710 U.s. 30DenisonIA51442712-263-4621
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Where Can I Search For Warrants?

There are several different types of warrants for arrests in Crawford County, Iowa. A warrant can be for a misdemeanor, felony or even for something as minor as “breaking and entering.” Some warrants have “cash” attached to them. If the name of the person you are searching for has this type of “warrant,” it may be possible to access their criminal records without having to go through the trouble of hiring a private investigator.

To start, you need to determine which warrant is listed in your area. In Iowa, there is a special website that can help you with this, but it is only available for those people living in Iowa. To find the information you need, you will have to access the “ews” section of your county’s website. This will give you a list of all criminal charges that were filed against an individual and their warrant for arrest.

When you see the name of the person you are searching for, you can search the Internet to see if you can find more information about the warrant. There are several databases online that will allow you to search for warrants. However, you should be careful when you do this. Often times, you will not know that a warrant has been issued for your own arrest. You will simply have to search for it. You can contact the local police station where the crime happened or the county courthouse if you do not know their location.

If the person you are looking for does have a record, you may be able to obtain a copy at the local police station or the county courthouse. If not, you will need to contact the courts office. You can find out this information by calling the courthouse. You should be prepared to provide the name of the person you are searching for, the case number and some personal information about the person.

If the person you are searching for does have a warrant, the clerk at the courthouse will instruct you to find the warrant. You will then need to fill out an application, sign it and then turn it in to the court. Once you turn in the application, you will be waiting to get a response. This can take anywhere from one day to two weeks depending on the jurisdiction.

If the person you want to search for a warrant has a record, the clerk at the courthouse will instruct you to contact law enforcement agencies for any record they have on the person. This could mean contacting local police, the FBI or other state and federal agencies. You can also do this yourself by going through the records of these agencies. The only problem with this is that you will not know for sure if they are actually in possession of the warrant or not. A quick search of the website for local law enforcement offices will help you find out if they have the warrant.

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