Bienville Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2230)Bienville Parish Police Departments
Arcadia Police Department1819 South Railroad AvenueArcadiaLA71001318-263-8455
Bienville Parish Police Departments
Castor Police Department126 Front StreetCastorLA71016318-544-8718
Gibsland Police Department2436 Main StreetGibslandLA71028318-843-6141
Ringgold Police Department2135 Hall StreetRinggoldLA71068318-894-4699
Bienville Parish Sheriff Departments
Bienville Parish Sheriff's Office601 Locust StArcadiaLA71001318-263-2215
Bienville Parish Sheriffs Office / Bienville Parish Jail100 Courthouse DriveArcadiaLA71001318-263-2215
Bienville Parish Probation Department
Bienville Parish Probation Department1721 Military RoadRinggoldLA71068318-894-4321
Bienville Parish Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Bienville Parish Child Support Warrants
Bienville Parish Criminal Records
Bienville Parish Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Bienville Parish Sex Offender Registry
Bienville Parish Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search

Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Bienville Parish Louisiana are basically criminal court files that contain all the warrants and arrests that have been made in the parish. It is a list of people who have been arrested for breaking the law, and are either accused or charged of a crime. A warrant is issued when a person fails to appear in court on the date scheduled. If they do not show up, this warrant is issued for your arrest. warrants are carried in Bienville Parish Jail, and are used to control the jail population and maintain order.

There are different types of warrants that can be issued by a judge. First Degree warrants are those that have to do with first degree crimes, such as murder, manslaughter, rape, burglary and more. Also referred to as statutory warrants, these are only available for people who can provide proof of their identity, which means they must show proof of their personage.

Another type of warrant is a summary warrant, which means it only has certain specific information about a person. This can only be used for a person who has violated a state law within the jurisdiction of the courts, or federal law outside of the state. Another type of warrant is an arrest warrant, which means it is only valid for an arrest warrant, and can only be used for one specific crime. Warrant records are also kept for sex offenders, who are required to register for the program.

In most instances, a warrant will be issued based upon the person’s failure to appear at court on the date scheduled. However, there are some exceptions to this rule, depending upon the jurisdiction. First degree offenses are those involving violent crime, such as assault, homicide and other felonies. These are also the ones that result in the most serious consequences, and warrant searches are often conducted on people who are suspected of committing these offenses.

Warrant records also reveal a person’s financial status in any case. This is usually done based on whether or not the person has any previous convictions. It is also possible for a warrant to be revoked, once it is served on the person. This should happen, especially if the person fails to show up at court as expected. If a warrant for an unknown person is revoked, it will become effective immediately, and he could lose his right to vote and be expelled from the country.

Warrant records are kept in different places. They can either be maintained in the office of the county sheriff, or they can be kept at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Other places include the State Police and the Internal Revenue Service. Warrant searches are usually carried out by local police departments, but federal warrants may also be executed by state police departments under certain circumstances.