Grand Traverse County Michigan Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(597)Grand Traverse County Police Departments
Long Lake Township Police Department8870 North Long Lake RoadTraverseMI49685231-946-2249
Grand Traverse County Police Departments
Michigan State Police District 7 Post 71 - Traverse City218 West Fourteenth StreetTraverseMI49684231-946-4646
Peninsula Township Police Department13235 Center RoadTraverseMI49686231-223-4525
Traverse City Police Department851 Woodmere AvenueTraverseMI49686231-995-5151
Grand Traverse County Sheriff Department
Grand Traverse County Sheriffs Office / Grand Traverse County Jail851 Woodmere AvenueTraverseMI49686231-995-5001
Grand Traverse County FBI Offices
Traverse City Michigan FBI Office250 East Front StreetTraverseMI49684231-946-7201
Traverse City Michigan FBI Office10850 East Traverse HighwayTraverseMI49684231-946-7201
Grand Traverse County Probation Department
Grand Traverse County Probation Department328 Washington StreetTraverseMI49684231-922-4380
Grand Traverse County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
86th District Court Records
86th District Court Records (Traverse, Michigan)
Grand Traverse County Child Support Warrants
Grand Traverse County Criminal Records
Grand Traverse County Most Wanted
Grand Traverse County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Grand Traverse County Sex Offender Registry
Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Office Website

How Do I Look Up Warrant Records?

What are Warrant Records? Well, according to ” WDGR”, a Grand Traverse County, Michigan judge stated: “A warrant may be described as a legal document issued by an officer of the court that enables the person to have access to a particular property for a specific time period and under specific conditions. Specifically, warrant documents enable law enforcement officials to seize a person’s property if they have been arrested on suspicion of committing a specified crime.”

How can one obtain a copy of a Warrant Record? This is actually pretty easy. The fastest way is through the internet. You can find numerous websites that allow you to request a copy of a warrant. These websites will ask you to pay a fee and give you access to a persons arrest record.

Another alternative is to go to your local county courthouse. You can either visit the building or request that they send you a copy by mail. There is also a possibility that they will provide you with the information that you are looking for free, however, this rarely occurs.

A warrant can be signed by any person. So, if you are not at home when your spouse gets a warrant, they can easily obtain access to your home. This can occur if they suspect you of domestic violence or theft. They can also get a warrant because you were arrested at your place of employment. This can happen if they suspected you of stealing from them or if you have a bad work ethic.

It is possible to prevent a warrant from being issued. If you are in an area where there are no photo-based arrest warrants, you can apply to have your name removed from the rolls of criminal justice. This service is called deletion of records. The clerk will work with you to remove any warrants or other charges that have come against you.

It is important to be aware of who you give access to. If you are going to hire someone to watch your home, make sure they are not on a list of people who have access to your home. Also, check to make sure that they do not have a criminal background. Someone may want to hire them to monitor their home and they may have a criminal record. Check to see what a criminal record will do for you before hiring anyone to keep your property secure.