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(2884)Johnson County Police Departments
Coralville Police Department1503 5th StreetCoralvilleIA52241319-248-1800
Johnson County Police Departments
Iowa City Police Department410 East Washington StreetIowaIA52240319-356-5275
North Liberty Police Department25 West Cherry StreetNorth LibertyIA52317319-626-5724
University Heights Police Department1004 Melrose AvenueIowaIA52246
University Of Iowa Department Of Public Safety323 South Madison StreetIowaIA52242319-335-3022
Johnson County Sheriff Department
Johnson County Sheriffs Department / Johnson County Jail511 South Capitol StreetIowaIA52240319-356-6020
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Warrant Records in Johnson County Iowa

Johnson County Iowa records make it easier to perform background checks on people. There are different types of warrants that you can search through including: general warrants, appearance warrants, bench warrants, and bench warrants. General warrants are issued by the court for an unknown act of commission or to execute a warrant. If a person has a general warrant, he is required to appear in court every time his case goes to trial. Appearance warrants are issued for a specific date, and are good for only one day. If you want more information on a person who has a warrant, you will have to contact the courthouse where the warrant was filed.

Criminal records include felony charges, arrests, and convictions. All criminal records in Iowa are kept in the jail records, county courthouse, and state police storage. Some states also compile all criminal records into a central record such as the National Sex Offender Registry. However, most of the criminal records are only available in the county where the crime occurred.

Warrant records contain not only criminal records but also arrest warrants, bench warrants, probation warrant, kidnapping warrants, and many other types of warrants. Each type of warrant has a very specific purpose. For example, a person with a kidnapping warrant may be arrested and held overnight without any food or water. Another type of warrant does not have anything to do with a person’s arrest or conviction. It is a civil order which requires that a person give notice before entering any property.

Permission is not granted easily. To get a copy of a person’s record, you will need a warrant. You can use various ways to try to get a hold of the records, including visiting your local police station, sheriff’s office, and courthouses. Many states offer free searches via their websites. However, these records are usually limited and not all-encompassing.

For a more comprehensive search, you may want to consult an online criminal history background search company. These companies do all the work for you, searching for public information and cross-referencing it with federal and state databases to come up with a full report. You will receive your report within days, usually in a few week’s time. These services are completely confidential, so no one will ever know that you are looking up someone’s past.

Before you start your search, make sure to choose a reputable company. Most of the time, these companies offer a free search, but you may also be required to pay a minimal fee to obtain more detailed records or national criminal records. The latter is recommended because it comes with added protection: if the site discovers that you are attempting to access its records illegally, it will immediately terminate your membership and will not share any of its records with any third parties.