Penobscot County Maine Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2213)Penobscot County Police Departments
Bangor Police Department240 Main StreetBangorME04401207-947-7382
Penobscot County Police Departments
Brewer Police Department151 Parkway SouthBrewerME04412207-989-7004
Dexter Police Department1 Main StreetDexterME04930207-924-7351
East Millinocket Police Department125 Main StreetEast MillinocketME04430207-746-3556
Hampden Police Department106 Western AvenueHampdenME04444207-862-4000
Hermon Police Department333 Billings RoadHermonME04401207-947-4585
Lincoln Police Department1 Adams StreetLincolnME04457207-794-8455
Maine State Police Troop E240 Main StreetOronoME04473207-866-2122
Millinocket Police Department197 Penobscot AvenueMillinocketME04462207-723-9731
Milo Police Department6 River StreetOld TownME04468207-943-2522
Newport Police Department21 Water StreetNewportME04953207-368-3263
Old Town Police Department150 Brunswick StreetOld TownME04468207-827-6358
Orono Police Department63 Main StreetOronoME04473207-866-4000
Orrington Police Department255 Center DriveOrringtonME04474207-825-4178
University Of Maine Department Of Public SafetyRangeley RoadOronoME04473207-581-4040
Veazie Police Department1084 Main StreetVeazieME04401207-947-2358
Penobscot County Sheriff Department
Penobscot County Sheriffs Department / Penobscot County Jail85 Hammond StreetBangorME04401207-947-4585
Penobscot County FBI Office
Bangor Maine FBI Office202 Harlow StreetBangorME04401207-947-6670
Penobscot County Probation Departments
Penobscot County Probation Department85 Hammond StreetBangorME04401207-947-4585
Waldo County Probation Department176 Hogan RoadBangorME04401207-941-4729
Penobscot County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
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Brewer Police Department
Carmel Town Sheriff's Department Website
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Hampden Maine Public Safety Police Department
Hermon Police Department
Holden Police Department
Lincoln Police Department
Maine Department of Correction's Most Wanted List
Millinocket Police Department
Newport Police Department
Old Town Police Department
Orrington Community Policing Department Police Department
Penobscot County Child Support Warrants
Penobscot County Criminal Records
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Penobscot County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Penobscot County Sex Offender Registry
Penobscot County Sheriff's Office Website
Town of East Millinocket Government Police Department
Veazie Police Department

Warrant Records Are Available to the Public

Warrant Records in Penobscot County Maine are public documents that the state government provides to law enforcement officials upon request. These records include all felony arrests as well as warrants for arrests that did not result in a conviction. Perpetual arrests warrants, which are associated with sexual offenders, are also available. Warrant records are one of the most useful types of public information available to the public today.

Warrant records are considered public records because they list the reasons for a person’s arrest. This is different from a search request for arrest records that only list the date and time of the arrest. Warrant records will give the police the person who the person was arrested for as well as their location. This information will help law enforcement officials keep track of persons that have been repeatedly arrested for various crimes. This information may prove valuable when investigating a person’s background.

There are several reasons a person may be arrested. They may be involved in a commission of a crime, be on parole, or may have violated the law. If the suspect knew the law and did not obey it, they can still be arrested. Probation may have been suspended but not yet withdrawn. The reason for the suspension is not always made clear either.

A person’s criminal history is available to anyone who requests it. In other words, any police officer that has an arrest warrant will inform the person about it. Also, if a person has not been convicted of a crime, but they were arrested for a violation then their record is accessible to the public. A clerk can be appointed to perform this task. This person can be contacted through mail, phone or in person by using a form that is provided by the police. Some cities and towns will allow the individual to access their record online from their website.

Warrant records are very comprehensive. Any type of record that is considered public information will be listed here. These records include police arrest records, court records, inmate records, sex offender records, felony records, and any other type of record that is considered criminal.

The process of obtaining warrant records does take a while. There is paperwork to be completed, usually by the police officer that arrested the person and the clerk that will be handling the records. This can take up to two weeks. When the person has completed these steps and is satisfied with the results, then they can apply to see if their records are available online.