Wapello County Iowa Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(3004)Wapello County Police Departments
Eddyville Police Department103 Walnut StreetEddyvilleIA52553641-969-4220
Wapello County Police Departments
Eldon Police Department421 West Elm StreetEldonIA52554
Iowa State Patrol District 14 - Ottumwa2331 Roemer AvenueOttumwaIA52501641-682-4589
Ottumwa Police Department330 West 2nd StreetOttumwaIA52501641-683-0661
Ottumwa Police Records330 2nd Street WestOttumwaIA52501641-683-0635
Wapello County Sheriff Department
Wapello County Sheriffs Department / Wapello County Jail330 West 2nd StreetOttumwaIA52501641-684-4350
Wapello County Probation Department
Wapello County Probation Department101 West 4th StreetOttumwaIA52501641-683-0070
Wapello County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Wapello County Child Support Warrants
Wapello County Criminal Records
Wapello County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Wapello County Sex Offender Registry
Wapello County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Sales
Wapello County Sheriff's Office Website

How to Search For People’s Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Wapello County Iowa are public information and are available to the public. These records contain the personal details of any person who has been arrested, and who at one time or another, was wanted for committing a crime. They also contain other public information about such people, such as their full name, date of birth, social security number, date of arrests, and more.

Warrant records in Wapello County contain not only details about the person who has been arrested, but they will also tell you if the warrant was canceled or revoked. This is important because it means that the person can no longer be arrested for the crime. Once the warrant is lifted, the person’s record is then cleared, and he or she is free to commit the crime once more. However, you should know that having a criminal background search on someone can help to let you know that he or she may be a bit lax about these types of things, and may very well be running within the law.

When you want to hire someone to work in your home, business, or other location, you will need to know the full details about that person. First, you should know whether they have ever been arrested or convicted of a crime. You should also find out how many times they were arrested for criminal acts during their lifetime. Of course, you should find out where they were arrested, what the charges were, and for how long they were held in jail.

You should also know all other things about a person. For instance, how long had this person been employed by the company? What were the results of disciplinary actions taken against this person in the past? Have they ever been married or divorced? Has this person ever faced a civil lawsuit for any type of criminal act?

If you need the criminal history of someone, you can search through the criminal records database. There are many warrant records databases online, but you will need to pay for this information. It is not free, because the government owns the warrant database, but you can usually get this information for a relatively small fee. You can get public record information for warrants that have been issued in the past, but you will not find personal information such as current or past addresses.

The best way to avoid being caught with a warrant is to never knowingly let a stranger meet you in person. You should never give your phone number or personal information out over the phone, because even though the person may not be a criminal, he or she could be looking to start a relationship. If you are in an environment where you have to give out your information, you should at least have a spotter. At the very least, you should get a lawyer if you have to meet a stranger in person.