|(2462)Sabine Parish Police Departments
|Converse Police Department
|209 West Port Arthur Avenue
|Sabine Parish Police Departments
|Fisher Police Department
|679 4l Drive North
|Florien Police Department
|237 West Port Arthur Avenue
|Hodges Gardens State Park - Ranger Station
|1000 Hodges Loop
|Many Police Department
|965 San Antonio Avenue
|North Toledo Bend State Park Ranger Station
|2907 North Toledo Park Road
|Pleasant Hill Police Department
|8336 Pearl Street
|Zwolle City Hall
|952 South Main Street
|Zwolle Police Department
|952 South Main Street
|Sabine Parish Sheriff Departments
|Sabine Parish Sheriff's Office
|PO Box 1440
|Sabine Parish Sheriffs Department / Sabine Parish Womens Jail
|400 Capitol Street
|Sabine Parish Probation Department
|Sabine Parish Sheriff's Department
|400 South Capitol Street
|Sabine Parish Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
|Sabine Parish Child Support Warrants
|Sabine Parish Clerk of Court's Office Court Records
|Sabine Parish Criminal Records
|Sabine Parish Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
|Sabine Parish Sex Offender Registry
|Sabine Parish Sheriff Department Website
|Sabine Parish Sheriff's Department Tax Records
|Sabine Parish Sheriff's Office Offender Search
How Can I Search Sabine Parish Warrant Records?
What are warrants? Warrant is a legal term that refers to an official order from a court for a person or entity to do something. Warrants allow a law enforcement officer to enter and search premises to arrest a person, carry out an arrest, or execute a search or seizure to prevent the escape of someone. In cases where a warrant has been issued against a person, the law enforcement officer has the authority to perform whatever it takes to bring the person into judicial proceedings.
If you have any information about someone, such as arrest records, criminal records, or warrants, you can request it from any of the three major public record databases. The Louisiana Vital Records Registry is maintained by the state government. Search through the Louisiana Vital Records Registry if you need to find any public information about someone in Sabine Parish. The Louisiana State Police maintains its own records and you must pay a nominal fee to have access to these records.
You can also access free public records from the Sheriff’s Office of each county in Louisiana. To get this information, visit the sheriff’s office in your area and ask for a copy of a person’s arrest record. Most of the time, these records are only available for a few hours, but they can be more difficult to locate if the person has lived in another county or state for a long time. The Sheriff’s Office will charge you a nominal processing fee for searching through their records.
If you have any other information such as a person’s sex or age, you can search for it in one of the established public sex offender websites. These sites publish information on all registered sex offenders in Louisiana. The person’s name and address can appear in the site’s index.
Searching through public records does not give you all the information you need. Sometimes you need to go a step farther than searching through the Internet. For instance, there may be a warrant out for an arrest made in another jurisdiction. In this case, contacting the Police Department in that jurisdiction is important.
If the person you’re searching for has lived in another state or jurisdiction, you may need to visit the municipal police office there. Each jurisdiction sets its own rules for searching and retrieval of an arrest record. If you don’t know how to do this in your state, there are resources available. Some websites provide state-by-state links with all the information you need on a person’s arrest record, including county-by-county links. Searching public records is often a daunting task, but with a little bit of knowledge, you’ll be able to search successfully and efficiently.