|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2447)Jackson County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Jackson County Sheriff's Office||PO Box 426||McKee||KY||40447||606-287-7121|
|Jackson County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Jackson County Sheriffs Office / Jackson County Jail||175 1st Street||McKee||KY||40447||606-287-7121|
|Mckee Police Department||100 Main Street||McKee||KY||40447||606-287-8305|
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How to Find Out If Someone Has a Warrant
Warrant Records are basically any public records that outline a person’s criminal activity. The term “warrant” comes from “wrath” and “record”, and these records are typically filed with the court within 100 days. There are two exceptions to this rule: if there is an active warrant for the person’s arrest, or if the person has been convicted of a crime, then the paper will be sealed and not made public. In either case, however, you may access these records to learn more about the person in question.
To find out if there is a warrant out for your arrest, contact your local courthouse. You can do this by going down to their clerk or simply calling the court house where you were born. If there is an active warrant, this information will be displayed right next to your name. If you don’t know your own information, you can always do a search online. All you need to do is put in your date of birth, any names (first and last) of individuals who could be behind the warrant, and the entire criminal activity that they are being accused of.
It is important to note that warrants will typically only stay on someone’s record for a certain period of time. If the crime was caught on record, it will remain on the records until the warrant expires. Once the warrant expires, the records will then be sealed and destroyed. However, this does not mean that a warrant was not already in existence when the person was arrested! People simply do not realize that their arrest warrant has not been overridden even though it is no longer in effect.
In some instances, a warrant may be issued based on information that you do not know about the person in question. For example, in cases where there are sexual offenders living around your city, you may have no idea that such a person has committed any crimes. However, this is still possible, especially if the crime was not committed in your city at all! This means that you may have an open criminal record that you didn’t know about and one that you may want to get rid of.
To perform a search of your own, all you need to do is go online, find a search engine, and type in the person’s name, and maybe add in other details, such as current address and work history. It is important to realize that these criminal activity warrant records do not contain everything about a person. While they will show whether or not the person has been convicted of a crime, they do not show much else. For example, a warrant may only indicate whether or not the person has ever been arrested or charged with a crime, and it does not indicate whether or not they have ever served jail time, or even how many times they have been convicted of a crime.
It is important to note that just because you do not know that a person has a criminal record, does not mean that they will not have one. For example, many employers run background searches on job applicants, and it is not uncommon for some people with a clean record to end up with a warrant for their arrest. If you are someone who wants to find out if you can trust someone, it is important to know whether or not they have a criminal record. Performing a warrant check is very easy, fast, and confidential, and they are completely legal. If you need to find out if you are dating someone who has a past, this could be the easiest way to do it.