Dickinson County Iowa Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2740)Dickinson County Police Departments
Arnolds Park City Police DepartmentU.s. 71Arnolds ParkIA51331712-332-2227
Dickinson County Police Departments
Arnolds Park Police Department156 Okoboji Grove RoadArnolds ParkIA51331712-332-2227
Lake Park Police Department217 South Market StreetLake ParkIA51347712-832-3527
Milford City Police Department1021 10th StreetMilfordIA51351712-338-2741
Okoboji Police Department1106 Depot AvenueOkobojiIA51355712-332-7845
Spirit Lake Police Department1803 Hill AvenueSpirit LakeIA51360712-336-5776
Spirit Lake Police Department1607 Ithaca AvenueSpirit LakeIA51360712-336-5776
Dickinson County Sheriff Department
Dickinson County Sheriffs Department / Dickinson County Jail1802 Hill AvenueSpirit LakeIA51360712-336-2793
Dickinson County Probation Department
Dickinson County Probation Department1802 Hill AvenueSpirit LakeIA51360712-336-2793
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Warrant Records Are Your Friends – Find Out Who is Hiding Their Past

Warrant records are required by law for the issuance of a person’s drivers license. A person can be arrested without any warrant, but without a warrant, the police have no way to find out who committed the crime. Warrant records are also used by the courts to serve legal papers, and to release people from jail. The process of searching for these records is cumbersome, which is why most states have made it easier to get a criminal background check by requiring drivers to submit fingerprints or to undergo other forms of identification at courthouses. However, in Dickinson County, Iowa, all warrants must be filed in the county courthouse along with the person’s birth date, social security number, and place of employment.

Every person coming into the state of Dickinson must provide proof of identification. This usually consists of two pieces of ID, such as a driver’s license or a state card. If a person does not have a driver’s license, a valid ID card will suffice. Once the necessary paperwork has been submitted, the clerk will conduct a search of the person’s records to verify the information. If everything looks good, the clerk will grant the individual a temporary permit to drive.

Warrant records are public information in most states. Because they are public records, you can go to your local court house to search for your own copy of a warrant. If you don’t live in one of the states that keep records for warrants, you will probably have to hire a private investigator to do the search for you. The fees for obtaining a record are generally not very expensive. It’s just a matter of having the time to spend it.

Before a person can obtain driving privileges, he or she will need to show proof of identification, and to prove that there are no public records that will bar the person from obtaining a driver’s license. A court will usually require a person to appear in court before it allows him or her to get a driver’s license. If a person fails to appear in court on the date that is scheduled, his or her driver’s license will be suspended immediately.

A warrant can be issued by a local judge for any number of reasons, including being accused of a crime, or violating conditions set by the Department of Corrections. In some instances, a warrant may be issued based on suspicion that a person is illegally present in the United States. In these cases, the person will have to be given notice of his or her impending arrest, which will typically occur not more than two weeks before the warrant is carried out.

Having criminal background checks performed on yourself, your friends and your family members is important. You should have them performed on anyone you associate with at all times, especially those who are in your work environment. If someone is exhibiting suspicious behavior, there may be a need to investigate the person further. Although it may be upsetting to learn about someone’s criminal past, it is better to be safe than sorry.