Genesee County Michigan Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(594)Genesee County Police Departments
Genesee County Parks And Recreation Commission Park Ranger Division5045 East Stanley RoadFlintMI48506810-736-7100
Genesee County Police Departments
Genesee Township Police Department7244 North Genesee RoadGeneseeMI48437810-640-2000
Genesee Township Public Works7244 North Genesee RoadGeneseeMI48437810-640-2000
Argentine Township Police Department9048 Silver Lake RoadLindenMI48451810-735-5317
Bishop International Airport Authority3425 West Bristol RoadFlintMI48507810-235-6560
Burton Police Department4090 Manor DriveBurtonMI48519810-742-2542
City Of Clio Police Department505 West Vienna StreetClioMI48420810-686-5010
City Of Davison Police Department200 East Flint StreetDavisonMI48423810-653-4196
City Of Linden Police Department132 East Broad StreetLindenMI48451810-735-5454
Clayton Township Police Department2011 South Morrish RoadFlintMI48532810-635-3230
Davison Township Police Department1280 North Irish RoadDavisonMI48423810-653-5656
Fenton Police Department311 South Leroy StreetFentonMI48430810-629-5311
Flint Police Department210 East 5th StreetFlintMI48502810-237-6868
Flint Police Department - Northside Mini Station4535 Martin Luther King AvenueFlintMI48505810-787-3718
Flint Township Police Department1490 South Dye RoadFlintMI48532810-732-9255
Flint Township Police Department5200 Norko DriveFlintMI48507810-600-3250
Flushing Police Department725 East Main StreetFlushingMI48433810-659-3119
Flushing Township Police Department6524 North Seymour RoadFlushingMI48433810-659-0809
Gaines Police Department309 Walnut StreetGainesMI48436989-271-9955
Gaines Township Police Department9255 Grand Blanc RoadGainesMI48436989-271-6039
Grand Blanc City Police Department203 East Grand Blanc RoadGrand BlancMI48439810-694-1111
Grand Blanc Township Police Department5405 South Saginaw StreetFlintMI48507810-424-2611
Grand Blanc Twp Police Department5371 South SAGINAW RoadFlintMI48507810-424-2611
Michigan State Police District 3 Post 35 - Flint4481 Corunna RoadFlintMI48532810-732-1111
Montrose Township Police Department11155 Nichols RoadMontroseMI48457810-639-5400
Mott Community College Department Of Public Safety1401 East Court StreetFlintMI48503810-762-0222
Mount Morris City Police Department11649 Saginaw StreetMount MorrisMI48458810-686-4400
Mount Morris Township Police Department5447 Bicentennial DriveMount MorrisMI48458810-785-1311
Mundy Township Police Department4029 Grand Blanc RoadSwartz CreekMI48473810-655-4646
Otisville Police Department300 East StreetOtisvilleMI48463810-631-6310
Richfield Township Police Department5381 North State RoadDavisonMI48423810-653-3565
Swartz Creek Police Department8100 Civic DriveSwartz CreekMI48473810-635-4401
Thetford Township Police Department4014 East Vienna RoadClioMI48420810-670-3400
University Of Michigan Flint Department Of Public Safety602 Mill StreetFlintMI48503810-762-3335
Village of Gaines Police208 Walnut StreetGainesMI48436989-271-9955
Genesee County Sheriff Department
Genesee County Sheriffs Office / Genesee County Jail1002 Saginaw StreetFlintMI48502810-257-3407
Genesee County FBI Office
Flint Michigan FBI Office220 West 2nd StreetFlintMI48502810-239-5775
Genesee County Probation Department
Genesee County Probation Department816 Beach StreetFlintMI48502810-257-3524
Genesee County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Flint Police Department Website
Genesee 7th Judicial Circuit Court Records
Genesee County Child Support Warrants
Genesee County Criminal Records
Genesee County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Genesee County Sex Offender Registry
Genesee County Sheriff's Office Website
Kettering University Parking Tickets
Office of Genesee County Sheriff Website

Where Can I Get a Copy of a Warrant?

Warrant Records are the files that contain any and all data on a person’s arrest for a crime, or other legal proceedings. In other words, they are the “black book” of criminal activity in Genesee County, Michigan. This information is kept by the county clerk, who is responsible for maintaining these files for the benefit of all citizens. If you have any questions or concerns, it is always advised to speak to your local county clerk. They will be able to assist you with any difficulties you might be experiencing when searching for these records.

These types of warrants were originally introduced back in 1833 in the Michigan State House. Back then, only warrants were allowed. At the present time, however, warrants can be issued for a variety of reasons. The issuance of warrants can be for any crime that is a violation of the person’s rights under the United States Constitution and other statutes. If the person’s rights are violated in any way, the Warrant file contains all evidence of the said violations.

Warrant records can be used in many different ways by various law enforcement agencies. If you have a friend, co-worker, neighbor, employee, or even a new neighbor that you want to keep track of what actions they may be taking, you can look into obtaining a copy of their criminal history. If there are warrants out for their arrest, you can get this information and use it as a resource to help you verify if they are a trustworthy person. You can also use it to ensure that they do not have a criminal record of their own.

If you are interested in learning more about whether a person has a warrant out for their arrest, there are several places you can search. One option is to contact the county sheriff’s department. Each county in Michigan has a website where you can find all felony and lesser charge warrants. This includes sexual offenders.

Another option is to contact the Michigan State Police’s Central Records Division. This service can provide you with an individual’s complete record including a criminal activity warrant if one exists. You can find out the person’s name, address, warrant issued, status, and much more.

These are just two of the possible places you can go to obtain a copy of a warrant. Other options include checking the individual’s name in the search engines, and running a background check using national databases. Whichever method you choose, it should be relatively simple to gather all the information you need. Remember, these records are public, and are a direct link to the person who has the warrant out for their arrest. It is your right to see this information.