Bullitt County Kentucky Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2254)Bullitt County Police Departments
Hillview Police Department283 Crestwood RoadLouisvilleKY40229502-955-6808
Bullitt County Police Departments
Lebanon Junction Police Department271 Main StreetLebanon JunctionKY40150502-833-4311
Mount Washington Police Department180 Landis LaneMount WashingtonKY40047502-538-8143
Pioneer Village Police Department4700 Summitt DrivePioneer VillageKY40165502-957-6548
Shepherdsville City Police Department634 Conestoga ParkwayShepherdsvilleKY40165502-957-1001
Shepherdsville Police Department200 Frank E Simon AvenueShepherdsvilleKY40165502-921-1000
Bullitt County Sheriff Department
Bullitt County Sheriffs Office300 South Buckman StreetShepherdsvilleKY40165502-543-2514
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Warrant Records and You

Warrant Records in Bullitt County, Kentucky are maintained by the courts. Every action in the court, from arrest to completion of legal pleadings and actions is noted down in a warrant application or an affidavit. This information is used for a variety of purposes including finding a person who has been accused of committing a crime, determining whether a person is guilty of a crime, determining if a person is mentally unfit to stand trial, and conducting background investigations of potential employees. These records may also be used to track down someone who has gone missing.

In order to find out more about a person’s warrant, you need to first determine whether it was issued under a criminal cause or merely as a preventive measure. If the warrant was issued under a criminal cause, then it will contain the person’s name, date of birth, aliases, location (city or state), description of the crime committed, and defendant (if present). If the warrant was issued under a preventive warrant, then it will only include information deemed necessary to locate the person. For instance, if a person was wanted on suspicion of drug manufacturing, but was never actually arrested for the crime, the warrant would say so.

There are a number of ways to search for warrant records in Kentucky. One way is to contact the courthouse directly. Each county usually maintains its own online website where you can access warrants, and usually you can search out and see who has one as well. Another way to search for warrants is to visit your local courthouse. Each county will have its own website where warrants are typically stored, and most courthouses will maintain a public records database as well.

Warrants can show up in two forms: criminal and civil. A criminal warrant can indicate that the person has committed a crime (for example, murder), but it also indicates that there is probable cause that the person will commit other crimes (such as drug manufacture or trafficking). A civil warrant does not indicate a crime has been committed, but it does mean that there is probable cause that the person committed an act that does not fall within the parameters of a specific law. These warrants can come from federal or state courts. However, they are also frequently issued by federal or state police departments.

If a person has been arrested on suspicion of crime, their warrant records will generally reveal that arrest, criminal charges, and dates. They will also reveal the name of the jurisdiction that the person lived in during their time of suspected activity, if any. This information is especially helpful to someone who might want to hide out from the police, for example, if they are suspected of involvement in a crime they didn’t commit.

Warrant records are essentially one part of the larger set of background information required to gain access to a person’s social security card, for example. That record will tell the interviewer whether the person has had any brushes with the law, and will likely include a copy of the arrest warrant issued against them. Any background check designed to discover whether someone has a clean record should also require an extensive search of the national criminal registry to determine if there are any warrants out for their arrest.