|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Logan County Police Departments|
|Auburn Police Department||Morton Miller Road||Auburn||KY||42206||270-542-4149|
|Auburn Police Department||103 East Main Street||Auburn||KY||42206||270-542-4149|
|Lewisburg Police Department||451 Stacker Street||Lewisburg||KY||42256||270-755-2121|
|Russellville City Police Department||168 South Main Street||Russellville||KY||42276||270-726-7669|
|Logan County Sheriff Departments|
|Logan County Sheriff's Office||PO Box 113||Russellville||KY||42276||270-726-2244|
|Logan County Sheriffs Office||100 Owen Street||Russellville||KY||42276||270-726-2244|
|Logan County Probation Department|
|Logan County Probation Department||309 West 3rd Street||Russellville||KY||42276||270-726-6530|
|Logan County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Logan County Criminal Records|
|Logan County Jail Records|
|Logan County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Logan County Sex Offender Registry|
|(2506)Logan County Police Departments|
|Adairville Police Department||110 North Main Street||Adairville||KY||42202||270-539-6131|
How to View Criminal Records
Warrant Records, otherwise referred to as court records, are public information that provides an individual with the most current and pertinent criminal and civil information pertaining to a person. In most states, these records are maintained by the local courthouse but are often requestsed by people for an electronic copy. When requesting these records from the courts, it is imperative to ensure that you know what you are requesting. This is because if the records you are requesting are considered public record, it is imperative that they are delivered as such and are readable.
Warrant records are one of the most heavily-used categories of files in all 50 states. They fall under two separate categories: criminal and civil. Criminal records include all felony charges, all arrests for criminal offenses, all removals or expulsions of criminal charges, all prison terms, and any other offenses committed by an individual. Civil records include arrests for suspicion of crime, accusations, or acts related to crime.
The reasons for having these types of records vary widely. Sometimes, a person may need to check to see if their potential employee had a criminal background, or that potential business partners were actually convicted felons. Sometimes, people want to find out if someone currently has a tattoo parlor permit to operate inside their home state. Yet, the main purpose of these records remains to notify the public about any pending criminal activities.
Although some counties will allow people to access warrant records via the privacy rights attached to them, some others are not so tolerant. These counties will only give permission to law enforcement agencies in person or through fax, electronic mail, or online request. You will need to fill out an application stating your intent to retrieve the records, and provide additional information like your name and address. You must then wait for two weeks or more before the records are handed over to you.
The state of Texas is one of twenty-eight states that mandate a person to inform the law enforcement agency if they are arrested, or if they have committed a crime, or are about to be arrested. If the person does not have these documents, and is arrested, then they will have to wait to get the records until after their trial. The only way around this problem in Texas is to search the state or county court’s website to see if any warrants for arrests exist, but you will not find these records there.
Some people want to know if they have a warrant out for their arrest. If they have been in prison, or are on parole, or are on probation, or are on the sex offenders registry, then you might be able to find out by contacting the local courthouse. These records are usually kept in microfilm or in the office of the State Police. However, you will probably have to hire a private detective to find the warrant records for you.