|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2220)Boone County Police Departments|
|Boone County Constable - Districts 1-3||3000 Conrad Lane||Burlington||KY||41005||859-334-2175|
|Boone County Police Departments|
|Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport Authority Headquarters||3222 Terminal Drive||Hebron||KY||41048||859-767-3123|
|Florence Police Department||8100 Ewing Boulevard||Florence||KY||41042||859-647-5420|
|Boone County Sheriff Departments|
|Boone County Sheriff||3000 Conrad Lane||Burlington||KY||41005||859-334-2175|
|Boone County Sheriffs Department - Union Substation||1843 Mount Zion Road||Union||KY||41091||859-384-1511|
|Boone County Sheriffs Department - Walton Substation||40 North Main Street||Walton||KY||41094||859-485-4383|
|Boone County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Boone County Child Support Warrants|
|Boone County Criminal Records|
|Boone County Government Inmate Search|
|Boone County Most Wanted|
|Boone County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Boone County Sex Offender Registry|
|Boone County Sheriff's Office Tax Records|
|Boone County Sheriff's Office Tax Records (Kentucky)|
|Boone County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Florence Police Department Accident Reports|
Where to Find Out About Someone’s Warrant
What are warrants? Warrants are legal documents that allow police officers to search for people without having to go through the formal legal procedures that would be required if they wanted to do the same thing. They allow police to catch someone in the act of committing a crime, and then arrest the person for their illegal acts. It is usually attached to some other kind of court order, such as a bench warrant or recognizance order. Warrants can be issued for various reasons, such as failure to appear at a court date, or failure to produce information that could have helped law enforcement in their investigation.
You may want to search for and find out more about the existence of a warrant, if you’re ever in question about the status of one. A warrant can be found in several places in Kentucky. You can find it in the county clerk’s office, or in the law library. You can also access these records online, via a state or federal records website. If you’re interested in searching for someone’s records, a quick online search should bring up some results.
How do these records help law enforcement officials? They allow them to apprehend someone who has committed a crime, but hasn’t actually committed it yet. This can prevent the police from arresting a person on false charges. It can also help prevent the victim from being harmed by a criminal who was supposed to help pay their bills, but failed to do so. These records also show up in a background check, which most employers do today. In addition, it can help protect you from the possibility of identity theft, which is one of the fastest growing crimes in America.
Just like having a traditional paper trail for all of your finances and personal information, you also have a paper trail for the people you know. If you have just met someone, or you think that they might be someone you want to know more about, you should obtain their records. Doing this can not only put your mind at ease, but it can also help you to find out a bit more about the other person.
The best place to find warrant records is the National Crime Information Center (NCIC). You can access these records online through their website. To find out if someone has been arrested for a crime in their past, you can search for their name and see if a warrant for their arrest is listed. However, you must be an adult to access these records. Also, there are limits to the number of searches that you can perform.
If you’re wondering if you should personally go through warrant searches, the answer is no. Warrant searches are done by police officers. You should only become aware of a warrant if you’re contacted by law enforcement. For example, if you’re getting a loan and the loan officer asks you if you have a warrant, you should refuse to give the loan money until you find out if you’ve been legally served.