Monroe County Michigan Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(718)Monroe County Police Departments
Michigan State Police District 2 Post 28 - Monroe300 Jones AvenueMonroeMI48161734-242-3500
Monroe County Police Departments
Monroe City Police Department100 East 2nd StreetMonroeMI48161734-243-7500
Carleton Police Department1143 Monroe StreetCarletonMI48117734-654-6717
City Of Luna Pier Police Department4357 Buckeye StreetLuna PierMI48157734-848-4310
Erie Township Police Department2065 Erie RoadErieMI48133734-848-4082
Milan Police Department35 Neckel CourtMilanMI48160734-439-1552
South Rockwood Police Department5676 Carleton Rockwood RoadSouth RockwoodMI48179734-379-3683
Monroe County Sheriff Departments
Monroe County Sheriffs Department / Monroe County Jail100 East 2nd StreetMonroeMI48161734-240-7409
Monroe County Sheriffs Inmate Dormitory Facility7000 East Dunbar RoadMonroeMI48161734-240-8001
Monroe County Probation Department
Monroe County Probation Department29 Washington StreetMonroeMI48161734-240-7640
Monroe County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Monroe County Child Support Warrants
Monroe County Criminal Records
Monroe County Most Wanted List
Monroe County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Monroe County Probate Court Records
Monroe County Sex Offender Registry
Monroe County Sheriff Most Wanted Fugitives
Monroe County Sheriff's Office Website
Monroe Parking Tickets

Warrant Records – A Brief Explanation of How to Search For Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Monroe County, Michigan fall under the state-wide “judgment records” category. In addition to criminal activity, they include warrants for probation, suspensions, fines and other activities not related to criminal activity. Warrant records are maintained by the Michigan State Police and the county sheriff. In some cases, there may be additional charges and/or additions made to warrants that are not immediately apparent upon searching the records.

Searching and viewing warrant information is done by the individual who is named on the warrant, or by law enforcement officials as well as other authorized parties. If you are a person with outstanding warrants, you may want to check with the Monroe County Jail to determine if you are under any type of arrest warrant. You can do this by contacting the jail directly or by going to their website. If arrested, a warrant will be issued for your arrest by a judge. You will then be taken to court and asked to either attend or skip court.

When searching the records, if you don’t know the person’s last name, you can use the person’s middle initial. If you have the full name of the person (first, last and middle initial) you can use that as well. You can also enter the docket number for the warrant. This will help narrow down your results.

If you are looking for records regarding traffic offenses, it is imperative that you provide as much information as possible to the person you’re searching. Some times the person may not even be able to tell you the exact charge or crime they were accused of. You can look up the person’s conviction records. If a person has multiple traffic offenses in recent years, this can be helpful. However, if a person’s only offense was for driving without a license, you should still try to find out their entire history.

Some times people search for records through warrants when they have a specific person in mind. This is commonly used in a sting operation. An agent will go to the courthouse to apply for a warrant for someone. The agent will go to the courthouse, sign the warrant, and then wait for the courts signature. Once the warrant is issued, the agent will be on the premises with the permission of the courts to search and seize any items located within the specific residence or business.

These are just some of the reasons people search for warrant information. Warrant records can help you with any investigation you plan. They can also be used to prevent a thief from breaking into your home or car. They can help you apprehend someone who has broken the law. As long as you are doing the search in the proper manner, you shouldn’t run into any problems.

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