Union Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(2530)Union Parish Police Departments
Bernice Police Department501 4th StreetBerniceLA71222318-285-9933
Union Parish Police Departments
Bernice Police Department424 4th StreetBerniceLA71222318-285-9933
Downsville Police Department9523 Louisiana 145DownsvilleLA71234318-368-3124
Farmerville Police Department302 Martin Luther King Junior DriveFarmervilleLA71241318-368-2226
Marion Police Department398 Main StreetMarionLA71260318-292-4715
Union Parish Sheriff Departments
Union Parish Sheriff Department100 East Bayou StreetFarmervilleLA71241318-368-3124
Union Parish Sheriff's Office100 East Bayou StreetFarmervilleLA71241318-368-3124
Union Parish Probation Department
Union Parish Probation Department710 Holder RoadFarmervilleLA71241318-368-3124
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Warrant Records And Their Importance

What are warrants? Warrants are court orders that allow police officers to arrest a person for a specified crime, without the individual’s permission. A warrant may be based on several factors, such as a violation of a state law, a victim’s rights, or if the individual is wanted on an outstanding warrant. In some cases, a warrant can simply be issued for the arrest of an individual. Warrant records contain the names and addresses of all people arrested and convicted of a crime in any jurisdiction.

How can you access warrant records? Warrant records are available to the public through local court houses in almost all counties. In most states, these warrant records are available to the public online. This allows you to search for and obtain the warrant for any person, by using a simple web browser. If you have further information on the person, you can go to a court house to look up the warrant.

Why would someone want to search for and access a warrant? It’s usually associated with a “hot pursuit” – a fast and furious police action that results in an arrest. For example, say that you see somebody break into your home. You report the incident to the police, who then arrest the suspect. The suspect has an outstanding warrant for his or her arrest out of another jurisdiction, and you are authorized to make an arrest and secure possession of the person.

How do warrant searches help the public? Warrant searches help the public because they allow people to find out if there is any reason to arrest a person. They give the legal authority to police authorities to arrest a person if they don’t have probable cause to do so. The arrest can be made without having the person’s day-to-day details known (that’s usually required by a warrant). Warrant records also show the details of the person’s conviction, if it happened in more than one jurisdiction.

The process of getting a copy of a person’s arrest record (arrest records) isn’t as simple as running your local police department. That said, there are ways around that. You can try searching through the internet for “arrest records,” but that turns up results from a variety of states. Also, you may have to pay to get this info. Searching through a commercial service online usually turns up results from all 50 states.

Warrant records can be used for a wide variety of reasons. They can be used by state and federal law enforcement agencies for a variety of purposes, such as conducting background checks, protecting the community from sexual predators, and finding missing persons. While a warrant doesn’t show that a person is committing a crime, it does say that there is probable cause that he is committing a crime.