Marion County Iowa Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Marion County Probation Department
Marion County Probation Department105 West Main StreetKnoxvilleIA50138641-842-6002
Marion County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Marion County Child Support Warrants
Marion County Criminal Records
Marion County Jail Records
Marion County Sex Offender Registry
Marion County Sheriff Website
Marion County Sheriff's Sales
Marion County Sheriff's Sales (Iowa)
(2895)Marion County Police Departments
Knoxville Police Department305 South 3rd StreetKnoxvilleIA50138641-828-0541
Marion County Police Departments
Melcher-Dallas Police Department305 D' Main StreetMelcher-DallasIA50163641-947-6501
Pella Police Department614 Main StreetPellaIA50219641-628-4921
Pleasantville Police Department108 West Jackson StreetPleasantvilleIA50225515-848-3112
Marion County Sheriff Department
Marion County Sheriffs Office / Marion County Jail211 North Godfrey LaneKnoxvilleIA50138641-828-2220

How to Perform a Warrant Records Search

If you are curious about the various warrants that are issued in Marion County, Iowa, you have the right to request these documents. The first place you may want to check is the county clerk of your county. Each county in Iowa keeps records on their own warrant records and you can look up your county’s website to find out if a warrant has been issued for an individual. The website will also tell you the date of the warrant, the charges against the person and their identity. In some cases, these documents are sealed or destroyed after they have been issued, so it is important that you find this information before you go to your county clerk.

You can also contact the police department in your area to see if they have any warrants out for your particular person. You can usually do this by calling the Criminal Records Division, which is part of the Iowa State Patrol. You can then give them your name and address so they can perform a warrant search in your name. Some departments allow you to download a template so that you can perform your search easier, or let you perform your search without giving your information.

One way to check to see if a search is available is by going online and doing an Internet search. There are many websites that provide free searches, but they will only give you limited information. This may include the person’s name, city and state, warrant charges, and when the warrant was issued. If you are looking for more specific information, such as the crime that brought about the warrant, the date and location of the arrest, or more detailed information, then you will most likely need to pay for the information. Most warrant databases allow you to search for warrants that were outstanding as recently as seven years ago. However, most people don’t think about searching back that far, and you should know that you won’t be able to find someone’s criminal background just by performing a search like this.

Another option is to contact the local courthouse in your county. Many courthouses maintain court records and these are considered public record. These records can be accessed free, but they are limited to what the courts can provide. If the person you want to search does not have a record in your court, you will have to check elsewhere. It is highly unlikely that you would be able to find the information with this method.

A third option is to hire a private detective to perform the warrant records search for you. These professionals charge a small fee, but it will probably be worth it to know exactly who you are dealing with. They have access to national databases, and can easily locate the person you need information on. Some of them even offer searches based on an individual’s social security number, driver’s license number, or credit card number. If you have a legitimate reason for using their services, there is no reason not to use them.

When performing a warrant records check, be sure to check out a couple of places first. The first is the courthouse where the warrant was issued. The other option is to use a website that provides nationwide access to warrant records. Using a nationwide site means that the person you are checking on has a warrant issued in your state. If you don’t know the person’s state, try searching using their name with the search engines to see if anything comes up. If you get results, you may need to visit the courthouse to find out for sure.