|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2580)Pendleton County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Pendleton County Sheriffs Office||202 Chapel Street||Falmouth||KY||41040||859-654-4511|
|Pendleton County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Butler Police Department||309 Taylor Street||Butler||KY||41006||859-472-6063|
|Falmouth Police Department||212 Main Street||Falmouth||KY||41040||859-654-5555|
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|Pendleton County Sheriff's Office Website|
What Are Warrant Records?
Warrant Records are one of the most sensitive categories of public records, and are maintained at high security. All people are required to fill out a form requesting information about an individual if they want to look up their warrants or criminal records. These records are kept in different places across the country. For instance, if you were living in Pendleton County, Kentucky, and wanted to perform a background check on an individual, you would need to go to the courthouse in Pendleton County and fill out an application to access these records. However, searching for these records is quite a difficult task.
The easiest way to search for these records is to visit the county courthouse in your county, and fill out an application requesting information about a person. After you have submitted your application, you will then be required to pay a small fee. This fee is needed to cover the cost of maintaining the records and adding any new information you find about a person. You can only look up warrant records for an individual once per year for free.
If you wish to access more detailed information, you will have to pay a higher fee. You will then have to obtain the records that you want through mail. Some records are available online, but the more detailed and recent the information, the more likely it is that you may have to pay a fee to view them. When you search for these records, you will not only look up criminal records, but also marriage records, birth records, divorce records, etc. A person’s social security number cannot be obtained in these records.
You will also have to be careful about what information you submit. Some records are restricted based on how certain individuals act once they are on a list of persons accused of crime. If you do not like the outcome or the method the authorities used to find the record, you should probably consult with an attorney before you proceed with this search. It is also illegal to disseminate this information without the permission of the person named in the warrant.
Because warrant records are public, you should expect to see records that include some of the most personal information about an individual. This includes full name, current and past addresses, age, sex, marital status, date of birth, gender, and more. In some cases, this type of information has been made publicly available as part of a court case. However, you will still have to expect that the majority of warrants that are performed are handled by local police departments and other law enforcement agencies. That said, when an individual is arrested for suspicion of a crime, the arresting officer will perform a check on the individual. In many instances, the results will turn up a warrant for the person’s arrest.
Warrant records are not limited to law enforcement agencies. They are also used by private individuals who suspect their spouse, partner, or children of infidelity. For example, you can search to see if your partner is really seeing someone else through cell phone records. You can also use them if you want to check up on employees you think are stealing from you or using your identity without your permission.