Carter County Kentucky Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2261)Carter County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Carter County Sheriffs Department300 West Main StreetGraysonKY41143606-474-5616
Carter County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Grayson Police Department302 East Main StreetGraysonKY41143606-474-4308
Grayson Police Department320 East 3rd StreetGraysonKY41143606-474-6651
Olive Hill Police DepartmentRoger Patton DriveOlive HillKY41164606-286-2551
Olive Hill Police Department225 Roger Patton DriveOlive HillKY41164606-286-2551
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Performing Your Own Search on Permits and Warrants

Carter County, Kentucky is located along the banks of Hazard and Scioto Rivers, a short drive from Louisville. It is the county seat of Carter County and has its share of famous attractions like Hazard Community College, historic downtown caves, and the historic intersection of West Main and Broad Street. Within the limits of the county, there are several public record providers for anyone who wishes to access warrants, criminal records, or other vital information on individuals in this jurisdiction. Some of these records include:

Outstanding warrant searches can be conducted in person by contacting the courthouse directly or by going online. If you are looking for a record pertaining to sexual offender registries, felony registries, and other public documents, you will have to go through the clerk of court’s office in the county where you suspect the person may have committed a crime. You will need to visit their website and fill up a form for search services. You will then be able to search through their database for criminal and warrant information that pertains to the individual. If a person’s record is found during this process, it will be stored in their public record.

When searching online, you may find results that are conflicting as to which record provider to use. For those who prefer a paid service over a free one, some online searches can provide a lot more information than what a free search will. For example, background search sites that provide information free of charge, do not always have up-to-date and accurate information. The information is acquired manually and updated on a daily basis, so it is usually accurate.

There are also online public records searches that perform instant criminal background checks. These sites pull data from the central state courts, probation departments, and state bail enforcement bureaus. The information that they pull is not considered public record because it is performed manually. Because of the time involved in obtaining the data, it is not included in public databases. A fee is required for these searches.

People who are searching for the most current warrant information on an individual may want to hire an investigator. An investigator will personally visit the courthouse where the individual was arrested or served. With an investigator, you will receive the most current and comprehensive information available. If the person has a prior criminal history, it may have a negative impact on the employment opportunities available. It may even mean that the person could be denied housing.

The warrant can be an indicator of a person’s reliability and guilt. If someone has been charged with a crime, their name is entered into a national database. This will become available to the public if the person’s request is approved. If the request is denied, the person’s record will continue to be investigated by the law enforcement agency.