Ouachita Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2400)Ouachita Parish Police Departments
Levee District Police505 District RoadMonroeLA71202318-323-7446
Ouachita Parish Police Departments
Louisiana State Police - Monroe3030 Aurora AvenueMonroeLA71201318-362-4578
Louisiana State Police Troop F - Monroe1240 Louisiana 594MonroeLA71203318-345-0000
Monroe Police Department700 Wood StreetMonroeLA71201318-329-2600
Richwood Police Department5130 Brown RoadMonroeLA71202318-322-2643
Sterlington Police Department103 High AvenueSterlingtonLA71280318-665-4532
University Police - University Of Louisiana - Monroe609 North McGuire AvenueMonroeLA71203318-342-5350
West Monroe Police Department / West Monroe Correctional Center2301 North 7th StreetWest MonroeLA71291318-396-2722
Ouachita Parish Sheriff Department
Ouachita Parish Sheriffs Office400 Saint John StreetMonroeLA71201318-329-1200
Ouachita Parish FBI Office
Monroe Louisiana FBI Office300 Washington StreetMonroeLA71201318-387-0773
Ouachita Parish Probation Department
Ouachita Parish Probation Department300 Saint John StreetMonroeLA71201318-361-2250
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The Basics of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana are among the many public records of a controversial time in history. The early 1800s saw the first black slaves brought to the “New World”. Many times these new arrivals would be sold as laborers to support the ever booming sugar trade on the Mississippi River. In some cases their African ancestors were sold as well to raise money for their passage to the promised land. But there is also a stain placed on the name of the slaves as well as those who brought them to Louisiana and this stain is Warrant Records.

A great deal of information can be found within the records regarding this influx of slaves that were brought to Louisiana. Many times they were rounded up and put in jail or prison without any trial. Some escaped from jail while others were sold as farm hands or sold at auction. If you have access to the records of this time period you will be able to find out where your ancestor’s went and who they worked for as well as if they were ever sold a horse or two.

Warrant Records have been compiled by the Louisiana State University Libraries website since 1993. The library maintains over one hundred years of reports and court hearings on warrants throughout the state of Louisiana. You can search through the records of any person who has a warrant out for their arrest. For instance, if you want to search for records of someone who was arrested for “failure to appear” then all you need do is type in the person’s name as the search query. This will give you access to the results of warrants for their arrest in the state of Louisiana.

You can also look up a person’s birth date and other information about them. If you are searching for records of someone who was born in Louisiana then all you need do is find the website of the Louisiana Vital Records Registry. Here you can access vital record information such as the person’s date of birth, mother’s maiden name and father’s full name. These are just a few examples of what you can find. You can also find out the sex of the person, the Social Security number of the person, place of birth of the person and many more.

Warrant records are public information and are available to anyone who is willing to pay for the records. However, if you are looking for a copy of someone else’s records, you are going to have to fill out an application, request and pay for it. This is something that you need to know before requesting the records from any website.

Warrant records are public record and you can find them if you are willing to put in some research. This is the best way to find out more information about someone before you hire them. Before hiring anyone make sure that they have no warrants out for their arrest. If you find out that someone does have a warrant then you are not obligated to hire them as well as you would be hiring a completely wrong person.

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