Beauregard Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(2229)Beauregard Parish Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Beauregard Parish Probation Department201 West 1st StreetDeRidderLA70634337-463-7993
Beauregard Parish Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Beauregard Parish Sheriffs Office / Beauregard Parish Jail412 Mayeaux DriveDeRidderLA70634337-463-3281
Deridder Police Department200 South Jefferson StreetDeRidderLA70634337-462-8911
Merryville Police Department1009 Louisiana 110MerryvilleLA70653337-825-6240
Rosepine Police DepartmentJohnnie B Hall Memorial HighwayDeRidderLA70634337-463-8908
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How Do I Look Up a Warrant?

What are warrants? A warrant is a court order to a person that allows for the arrest and detaining of a person. Warrants are issued based on several causes. First, they may be issued when the person fails to appear at an assigned court date or if a person fails to appear in court on an event that was notified by the judge. They may also be issued for failure to disperse a crowd or for vagrancy.

Warrant records list the person’s name, date of issuance, name of officer executing the warrant, description of the crime committed, offense charged, name of victim, signature of defendant, and more. These documents are kept by every local and state law enforcement agencies. Warrant records are available online. By requesting a copy through your state or local police department, you can obtain your record.

Why would I need to search for warrant records? If you’ve been accused of a crime but didn’t know whether you had a warrant, or simply don’t know who the person was accused of being, you may want to look for the person’s warrant records. Without knowing whether there’s a warrant out for your arrest, it can be difficult to conduct a search for one. Also, if you’re about to hire a new employee at a new business, but have no idea whether they have a warrant, you wouldn’t want to let them take the job if they don’t have to. There are several ways to find a person’s warrant. If you know where to go to perform your search, it shouldn’t be too difficult to find the information you need.

How do I access these records? You can go through your local or state police department to find out your person’s warrant records. They will be able to tell you whether a warrant is outstanding, or if they are aware of any pending charges against the person. However, these searches aren’t free – the state will pay for them, so you’ll have to cover the cost of searching for the warrant, as well as any other related fees.

Can I get more detailed warrant reports? Sometimes, you may need to consult with a criminal lawyer in order to get access to more in-depth warrant information. Most lawyers offer this service, and you can obtain records in a number of ways. For example, some lawyers have access to criminal background records, while others will only give access to arrest records.

Where can I access these records? These records can be obtained online. There are a variety of different websites that allow you to search for a warrant, as well as the person who owns the warrant. Many of these record websites also give you more detailed information than a typical police department will give you.