Lapeer County Michigan Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(661)Lapeer County Police Departments
Lapeer City Police Department2300 West Genesee StreetLapeerMI48446810-664-0833
Lapeer County Police Departments
Lapeer Parking Division2300 West Genesee StreetLapeerMI48446810-664-0833
Lapeer Township Police Department1500 Morris RoadLapeerMI48446810-664-3700
Michigan State Police District 3 Post 38 - Lapeer975 South Main StreetLapeerMI48446810-664-2905
Almont Police Department817 North Main StreetAlmontMI48003810-798-8300
Dryden Township Police Department4849 Dryden RoadDrydenMI48428810-796-2271
Imlay City Police Department335 East 3rd StreetImlayMI48444810-724-2345
Metamora Police736 West Dryden RoadMetamoraMI48455810-678-3657
Metamora Township Police Department736 West Dryden RoadMetamoraMI48455810-678-3657
North Branch Police Department4018 Huron StreetNorth BranchMI48461810-688-3020
Lapeer County Sheriff Department
Lapeer County Sheriffs Department / Lapeer County Jail3231 John Conley DriveLapeerMI48446810-664-1801
Lapeer County Probation Department
Lapeer County Probation Department255 Clay StreetLapeerMI48446810-667-0221
Lapeer County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Lapeer County Child Support Warrants
Lapeer County Criminal Records
Lapeer County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Lapeer County Sex Offender Registry
Lapeer County Sheriff's Mounted Unit Most Wanted

What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Lapeer County, Michigan are public information. However, a good part of the process is actually challenging to acquire. Because Michigan requires a formal written application and a certified signature, this can be a long and often frustrating process. Here are some basic tips for anyone looking to obtain public record documents about a person’s background in the state of Michigan:

Before beginning any search, be sure to check the website of the City of Lapeer to see what type of records are available on that person. For example, if someone has been arrested and then convicted for assault in Lake County, the records of this arrest would not be on file in the City of Lapeer. However, if the assault took place in another county outside of Lake County, the records would be located there.

The best way to begin a search is with the person’s name. This will narrow down the results that you will receive and make it much easier to perform a more targeted search of the person’s background. If you know the person’s first and last name, you can go to the court records of the county in which the person was convicted or is charged. In addition, you may find records of marriages, jail time, misdemeanors, and felonies.

The next step is to perform a more detailed search. Enter all of the information that you have about the person into an online data base, and then look at the results. Look closely at any warrants that you find, and also any photos that you may have found. This will help you narrow down the record search even further. When you are done searching for warrants, you should be able to find a link that takes you to the record that you are seeking.

Finally, if you do not find any results for the person you searched for, or you are not sure that they even have a record, you should fill out the application to get a warrant. Most local police departments require you to fill out an application for a warrant before they can investigate a person. This is very important, especially if the person you are investigating has outstanding warrants out for their arrest. You should also give the police complete information about the crime that you are investigating, so that they can determine whether they believe that a warrant is outstanding. If there is a warrant out for the person’s arrest, then you will not be able to obtain a copy of the warrant, unless you can get the person’s permission to do so.

Warrant records are one of the most important parts of conducting a background check on someone. You never know when someone may be using another person’s identity, and warrants can prevent you from hiring the wrong person for your business, and from carrying out your plans properly. To protect yourself and your family, you should always conduct warrant searches on people who apply for jobs, or who you think might be a danger to you, or to others. It can be extremely difficult to work with people, and to trust them, if you don’t know whether they are telling the truth, or whether they are dangerous.

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