|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(770)Roscommon County Police Departments|
|Denton Township Police Department||2559 South Gladwin Road||Prudenville||MI||48651||989-366-4518|
|Roscommon County Police Departments|
|Gerrish Township Police Department||2997 East Higgins Lake Drive||Roscommon||MI||48653||989-821-9313|
|Gerrish Township Police Department||3075 East Higgins Lake Drive||Roscommon||MI||48653||989-821-5207|
|Kirtland Community College Department Of Public Safety||10775 North Saint Helen Road||Roscommon||MI||48653||989-275-5000|
|Michigan State Police District 7 Post 75 - Houghton Lake||9011 West Lake City Road||Houghton Lake||MI||48629||989-422-5103|
|Richfield Township Department Of Public Safety||1410 North Saint Helen Road||Richfield||MI||48656||989-389-4071|
|Roscommon County Sheriff Department|
|Roscommon County Sheriffs Office / Roscommon County Jail||111 South 2nd Street||Roscommon||MI||48653||989-275-5101|
|Roscommon County Probation Department|
|Roscommon County Probation Department||PO Box 457||Roscommon||MI||48653||989-275-5422|
|Roscommon County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Roscommon County Child Support Warrants|
|Roscommon County Criminal Records|
|Roscommon County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Roscommon County Sex Offender Registry|
|Roscommon County Sheriff's Department Website|
Performing a Wartree Search on Yourself Using a Warrant Records
Warrants are one of the most important public records that are available to the public. They are court documents from when a person has been arrested and served with a summons to appear in court. They are recorded in your county or local state records. They serve as proof that a person has been charged with a crime by the court, but they do not necessarily convict the person. Warrant records also include information about the person’s history, pending cases, charges that have been dismissed, and more.
All searches of this nature require permission from the person being searched. You can generally get permission for one of these searches by visiting the courthouse where the warrant was issued, or by contacting the person via mail, telephone or in person. Information provided during this search will include the person’s name, current address, the reasons for the search, physical description of the person (city, state, county, etc), what location the person was arrested, how many times the person has been arrested (state, city, county, etc), and additional information that will help you understand the case. A copy of the original arrest warrant and all supporting paperwork should be kept. If the person’s name is changed while the warrant is in effect, the new address and paperwork must be updated.
Warrant records are considered public record, which means that anyone can access them without restriction. However, there are certain requirements that must be met in order for a person to obtain access to public records. For example, a person can only obtain warrant information if they have legal standing to do so. Warrants are sometimes issued by courts in the course of an investigation and they are then filed with the court where the person who was arrested is tried.
A warrant is effective when it is signed by a judge. It becomes effective after thirty days if it is not suppressed by court order. If it is suppressed, the warrant is lifted and the record is destroyed. If a person tries to suppress it, they must be able to prove that there is no probable cause to believe that person committed the crime. This is called a motion to suppress and is heard by an administrative law judge.
A warrant records contain the person’s name, address, name of employer, case number, date of issuance, signature of the person signing the warrant, names of neighbors, and more. If you want to search for a person’s name and address, you only need his or her name and date of issuance. A warrant record may contain more detailed information about the person. For example, it could describe the crime the person has committed, the severity of the crime, the location of the crime, the person’s accomplices, and more. If the person’s name is on the warrant, this information will also be available to the police.
If you are a person who has been accused of a crime, it is vital to have your name and any other details that are related to your crime clear. Warrant records are one of the best resources to help clear you name. By simply going online, you can obtain an access to a person’s public arrest records. If you have any doubts about your identity, you can get a copy of your warrant.