|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(591)Dickinson County Police Departments|
|Iron Mountain Police Department||111 East Fleshiem Street||Iron Mountain||MI||49801||906-774-1234|
|Dickinson County Police Departments|
|Kingsford Department Of Public Safety||510 South Westwood Avenue||Kingsford||MI||49802||906-774-2525|
|Michigan State Police District 8 Post 86 - Iron Mountain||1916 North Stephenson Avenue||Iron Mountain||MI||49801||906-774-2122|
|Norway Police Department||915 Main Street||Norway||MI||49870||906-563-5801|
|Dickinson County Sheriff Department|
|Dickinson County Sheriffs Office / Dickinson County Correctional Center||300 East D Street||Iron Mountain||MI||49801||906-774-6262|
|Dickinson County Probation Department|
|Dickinson County Probation Department||PO Box 609||Iron Mountain||MI||49801||906-774-1446|
|Dickinson County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Dickinson County Child Support Warrants|
|Dickinson County Criminal Records|
|Dickinson County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Dickinson County Sex Offender Registry Database|
|Dickinson County Sheriff's Office Website|
The Truth About Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Dickinson County, Michigan are public and can be accessed by anyone who is in need of them. In some cases they will be used for background checks on individuals. They are also used to track down sex offenders and those who have been convicted of crimes. In the case of drunk driving, these recordings will help police do their job.
Wills are legal documents that allow a person to purchase, sell, or transfer property without the formalities of a full trial. They are considered “testimonials” by the person accused of the crime, that state that the said person received the goods as a result of the crime committed. For example, if you were to make an offer on a house, then a written guarantee is considered a written warrant. If you were to hire a friend to tutor your son/daughter to learn a second language, then you would require a written guarantee. These are just a few examples of how warrants are used in our legal system.
If you want to search for someone’s criminal history, it’s pretty simple. You only need their name and birth date. Enter this information into a reliable criminal history records database and see what pops up. You’ll be able to see if there’s any warrants out for their arrest. If there is, you’ll then be able to contact the judicial court (your county’s department of corrections for certain correctional facilities, or their local courthouse) to have the person incarcerated immediately.
Warrant records also show you the criminal record of the person in question. This could include minor traffic offenses, like running a red light, or even something like assault. In other words, if you are hiring someone to care for your children and you find out they have a criminal background, you would then be able to avoid hiring the person altogether. You may think that you can’t trust someone with your kids – this is no time to gamble! So, if you find out through a warrant that the person you are about to hire has a criminal record, it would be wise to quickly pass them by, at least until the warrant is lifted.
The problem with warrant records is that the police may be required to search and find the actual warrant before they can execute a search and arrest a person. Unless the person’s lawyer has made sure that his or her client wasn’t arrested, the police will most likely get the person’s criminal record anyway. This means that warrant searches are not totally accurate. For some people, the only way to find out if there is a warrant out for their arrest is to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to perform the search and find out for sure whether there is a warrant or not.
Even if a person is not under any type of criminal proceeding, it is wise to make sure that a person’s criminal record is easy to find. For instance, a daycare provider could want to hire a criminal defense attorney to search the person’s background and see if there are any warrants out for their arrest. That is why it’s important to check with your local courthouse to see if there are any warrants out for your arrest and then hire an experienced attorney to get your criminal record cleared as soon as possible. Since children and most employees work in very sensitive positions such as daycare providers, it is vital that people have their criminal records cleared and are not targeted by police departments to prevent any future lawsuits.