West Carroll Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2616)West Carroll Parish Police Departments
Epps Police Department120 Maple StreetEppsLA71237318-926-5225
West Carroll Parish Police Departments
Forest Police Dept3585 Louisiana 582Oak GroveLA71263
Kilbourne Police DepartmentKilbourne AvenueKilbourneLA71253318-428-2774
Kilbourne Police Department125 Carnell StreetKilbourneLA71253318-428-2774
Oak Grove Police Department407 East Main StreetOak GroveLA71263318-428-3275
Pioneer Police Department318 Cherry StreetPioneerLA71266318-428-8581
West Carroll Parish Sheriff Department
West Carroll Parish Sheriffs Department / West Carroll Parish Jail305 East Main StreetOak GroveLA71263318-428-2331
West Carroll Parish Probation Department
West Carroll Parish Probation Department305 East Main StreetOak GroveLA71263318-428-3281
West Carroll Parish Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
West Carroll Parish Child Support Warrants
West Carroll Parish Criminal Records
West Carroll Parish Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
West Carroll Parish Sex Offender Registry
West Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search

What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in West Carroll Parish Louisiana are public information and can be accessed through the court house in either person’s or party’s name. Anyone is allowed to get these records. Warrant Records are used for many different purposes. First of all, these records act as an index to help locate and identify people. Also, when someone is executed or arrested at courthouses or police stations across the US, the Warrant Records will contain information such as the crime they were charged with, their date of arrest and location, their criminal record, case status (jail time) and much more.

Warrants can be issued by a judge upon finding probable cause that a person is committing a crime. Probable cause refers to evidence that justifies suspicion that a person has committed a certain crime. This evidence can be in the form of facts gathered from various sources. The US government may also request documents from other countries. Warrant Records can be public or private. They can also be kept confidential, but only in rare cases.

These records are maintained at the county Courthouses where they are filed. When you request a copy of one, you will have to fill in some legal forms. There will be a fee involved, and this is usually done on a per page basis. You can also check online and find out the costs. Once you pay the fee, the records will be sent to your home or office within a few days. If you need a record for personal use, there may be a nominal charge.

These records will include any warrants that have been issued, the reason for their issuance and the duration. You can also find out about any traffic offenses a person may have had. If they have been convicted of a misdemeanor, this will also be mentioned. There are details about any arrests or charges that a person may have faced.

The public access to this record is done because people need access to these records to ensure their safety. If you live in a neighborhood that is considered to be high-risk, then you will definitely want to make sure that you have this in your files. It will give peace of mind and help you keep your family safe. Many employers conduct background checks when looking for potential employees.

There is a loophole in some of the laws regarding these warrants. Anyone can apply for one, so someone who wants to find out if they have a warrant can actually do so. The applicant needs to supply proof of residency and identity. This means that you might not know that a warrant is outstanding until someone comes by and arrests you. That’s why it is best to find out if there is a warrant for your arrest.