|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2323)Jefferson Davis Parish Police Departments|
|Elton Police Department||1302 Main Street||Elton||LA||70532||337-584-2157|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Police Departments|
|Fenton Police Department||1530 U.s. 90||Jennings||LA||70546||337-756-2584|
|Jennings Police Department||110 North Broadway||Jennings||LA||70546||337-821-5513|
|Lake Arthur Police Department||102 Arthur Avenue||Lake Arthur||LA||70549||337-774-2411|
|Welsh Police Department||201 West South Street||Welsh||LA||70591||337-734-2626|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff Departments|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff's Office||320 East Plaquemine Street||Jennings||LA||70546||337-821-2100|
|Jefferson Davis Sheriffs Department / Jefferson Davis Correctional Center||321 East Plaquemine Street||Jennings||LA||70546||337-824-3850|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Probation Department|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Probation Department||321 East Plaquemine Street||Jennings||LA||70546||337-824-3850|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Child Support Warrants|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Criminal Records|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Jail Records|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Most Wanted|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Police Records|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Sex Offender Registry|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff's Office Tax Records|
|Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff's Office Website|
|Jefferson Davis Sheriff's Office Offender Search|
|Jennings Police Department Press Releases|
Searching For Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Jefferson Davis Parish Louisiana are maintained by the court clerk of the court which is usually known as the Office of the Circuit Court Judge. These are the records which are filed and recorded. They show whether or not an individual has been arrested and there are several warrants out for their arrest. There are cases in which warrants are issued for suspicion of murder, felony, theft, arson, embezzlement, assault and several other things.
There is only one warrant that can be active at any given time and they are listed in the Public Access to Court Electronic Records or PACER database. There are several reasons that people need to search for warrants. Some people want to know if someone they know has a warrant out for their arrest. Searching for this information can be done online. However if the person does have a warrant, they need to understand that they cannot go outside of their jurisdiction and find out about it.
One reason that a warrant may be issued is for suspicion of breaking a state law. This means that the person suspected of breaking the law is under investigation and may be arrested. In this case, a warrant will be issued when the investigating officer believes that the person committed the alleged act. Another reason is to look for any type of evidence that will help in the case of a trial.
Warrant records are considered public record because they are filed in the state and federal courts. When a warrant is granted, the person who was targeted will know about it. They will usually be notified about the warrant and can have it searched through police stations. If they fail to appear at court required hearings, then the warrant will be carried out. The records are then reported to the local police station where they will then be turned over to the court that issued the warrant.
Warrant records are kept in two parts: The first is the name of the person that has been targeted and their date of arrest or booking. This information is also important for checking sex offenders, if there are any, who live in your area. The second part is the reasons for the warrants. It can include anything from theft to sexual assault to fraud.
There are many reasons that one would need access to warrant records, but there are also many that are purely for one purpose: To catch someone in the act of something they are not supposed to be doing. In this case, if a person were to commit a crime in their presence, without a warrant being present, it would be easy to bust them. If someone breaks in while you and your family are at home asleep, the last place that they would go to is to hide out in your house. That is why it is essential to keep a close eye on one’s home and vehicles. If someone is doing suspicious things around your property, then you should consider looking into their background using one of the methods of searching for this type of information that you will find listed below.