|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2951)Sac County Police Departments|
|Sac City Police Department||311 Williams Street||Sac||IA||50583||712-662-7772|
|Sac County Police Departments|
|Early Police Department||107 North Main Street||Early||IA||50535||712-273-5283|
|Lake View Police Department||305 Main Street||Lake View||IA||51450||712-657-2513|
|Lake View Police Department - Wall Lake||209 2nd Street||Wall Lake||IA||51466||712-664-2113|
|Odebolt Police Department||205 2nd Street||Odebolt||IA||51458||712-668-2221|
|Schaller Police Department||101 Main Street||Schaller||IA||51053||712-275-4742|
|Sac County Sheriff Department|
|Sac County Sheriffs Department / Sac County Jail||100 North West State Street||Sac||IA||50583||712-662-7127|
|Sac County Probation Department|
|Sac County Probation Department||100 North West State Street||Sac||IA||50583||712-662-7310|
|Sac County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Sac County Child Support Warrants|
|Sac County Criminal Records|
|Sac County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Sac County Sex Offender Registry|
|Sac County Sheriff's Office Website|
Warrant Records – Searching For warrants
You can find criminal records, warrants, court documents and more at the Vital Records Office of Sac County in Iowa. All of these documents are kept in one central location which is the Sac County Record Room. The office does allow a limited amount of searches for free as well. If you want to search for warrants, criminal background checks or other public records then you will have to either pay a small fee or use the online forms that are available. People usually only need to visit the county recorder’s office for things such as marriage certificates, divorce decrees and birth and death records.
There are many reasons why someone may need to access the Criminal Records of an individual. You may want to check up on an employee that has recently quit working for your company. This could be to ensure that they are not lying about their age or any other information that may affect your business. You may also want to run a criminal records check on a potential employee before you hire them to work for your company. The reason being is that criminal records are not always updated and there is always a chance that the person you are checking up on has a warrant out for their arrest.
Warrants are something that can be very serious. If a person has a criminal records and warrants out for their arrest, it could mean trouble. You can search for criminal records or other warrants in different ways. Here are a few of the options that you have for getting criminal records or warrants checked on.
You can always contact the sheriff of the county in which the person lives and get a copy of their record. However, this can be time consuming. A much easier and faster option is to go online and use one of the websites that offer to give you a full report for a small fee. Many of the websites do offer a free search, but this search may not give you all of the information that you are looking for. If you need the records in particular, you will have to pay for it. However, if you are just checking up on someone, this option should be considered.
You can also try an online criminal records search. An easy way to do this is to go to one of the paid sites that will give you access to millions of public records. These criminal records will include all felony and lesser charge arrests and convictions as well as all prison time for each person. The site can also check births, deaths, adoptions and divorces as well. This can help to make sure that you know the background of anyone that you are considering for a position in your company or at home.
Most counties will keep a list of their public records online. However, if there is a record in your county that you are unaware of, you can have it searched online. If you have a warrant out for your arrest, it is important that you find out what is in the record. With the information that you receive from one of these online records, you will know if you need to be concerned about a person.