St. Landry Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2468)St. Landry Parish Police Departments
Arnaudville Police Department107 Rue De Jausiers AvenueArnaudvilleLA70512337-754-5913
St. Landry Parish Police Departments
Cankton Police Department107 Dandurand StreetCanktonLA70584337-668-4911
Eunice Police Department300 South 2nd StreetEuniceLA70535337-457-2626
Grand Coteau Police Department438 East Martin Luther King DriveGrand CoteauLA70541337-662-3972
Krotz Springs Police Department224 Main StreetKrotz SpringsLA70750337-566-3784
Leonville Police Department3722 Louisiana 31ArnaudvilleLA70512337-879-2601
Leonville Town Hall3722 Highway 31ArnaudvilleLA70512337-879-2601
Melville Police Department516 Church StreetMelvilleLA71353337-623-5777
Opelousas Police Department318 North Court StreetOpelousasLA70570337-948-2513
Palmetto Police Department224 East Railroad AvenuePalmettoLA71358337-623-4426
Port Barre Police Department498 Saizan AvenuePort BarreLA70577337-585-6212
Sunset Police Department139 Castille StreetSunsetLA70584337-662-5555
Washington Police Department109 Saint Landry Veterans Memorial HighwayWashingtonLA70589337-826-3305
St. Landry Parish Sheriff Department
Saint Landry Parish Sheriffs Department / Saint Landry Parish Jail108 South Market StreetOpelousasLA70570337-948-6516
St. Landry Parish Probation Department
St Landry Parish Probation Department118 South Court StreetOpelousasLA70570337-942-5606
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Basic Facts About Warrant Records

Warrant Records in St. Landry Parish are public information in the parish of East Jefferson. These documents are used to serve warrants, arrest warrants, or search for persons alleged to be involved in crime. In this Parish, warrants are issued by judges and they are recorded in the Court of Common Pleasure. Warrant searches are done to find out if a person is on their criminal record and there are two types of warrants. First Degree Wristwatch warrant is issued by judge and it gives police officer the right to arrest the person for any reason within the jurisdiction of court.

Second Degree Wristwatch is issued by judge but under no circumstances shall an officer arrest the person without warrant. The record of such warrants are kept in the Court of Common Pleasure and these are accessible to people who are searching for any person for any reasons. However warrant search is only possible with the approval of the judge.

These records are available to any person who needs to find about a person who is on record in the state or federal courts. It can be accessed by requesting through mail or fax. You can have access to this records within three days after your request. There are some laws which restrict access to these records. For instance, Louisiana Sex Offenders Information Act restricts access to certain sex offenders who committed serious crimes.

These laws are maintained to protect public safety and protect individuals. Warrant records are also filed in state police stations in different parts of state. Usually, state police will not give access to public records of this nature as they have to follow law and certain procedures. Accessing such records is also restricted by the state police as they have to take care of their safety.

There are many reasons on why a warrant may be issued. Reasons like arrest or confinement may be stated specifically on the warrant. Besides that, when a person fails to show up for court hearing, his or her signature on the warrant becomes invalid. When the signature is invalid, then the warrant will be canceled. If the person does not have sufficient amount of money, then the warrant will be canceled if the person has money to pay for it.

To find out more about warrant records, you can perform a search. If you are already know the address and name of the person who is on warrant, you can visit the courthouse or county office. However, if you don’t know any details of the person’s address and name, you can perform nationwide search with some paid search sites. You can find some details from there. One thing to remember when doing nationwide search is that you should only perform search on websites that are reputable and safe.