|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(356)Anoka County Police Departments|
|Anoka Police Department||275 Harrison Street||Anoka||MN||55303||763-576-2800|
|Anoka County Police Departments|
|Blaine Police Department||10801 Town Square Drive Northeast||Blaine||MN||55449||763-785-6168|
|Centennial Lakes Police Department||54 North Road||Circle Pines||MN||55014||763-784-2501|
|Columbia Heights Police Department||559 Mill Street Northeast||Minneapolis||MN||55421||763-706-3750|
|Coon Rapids Police Department||11155 Robinson Drive||Minneapolis||MN||55433||763-767-6481|
|Fridley Police Department||6431 University Avenue Northeast||Fridley||MN||55432||763-572-3629|
|Lino Lakes Police Department||640 Town Center Parkway||Lino Lakes||MN||55014||651-982-2300|
|Ramsey Police Department||7550 Sunwood Drive NW||Ramsey||MN||55303||763-427-6812|
|Saint Francis Police Department||3740 Bridge Street Northwest||St. Francis||MN||55070||763-753-1264|
|Spring Lake Park Police Department||1301 81st Avenue Northeast||Minneapolis||MN||55432||763-792-7200|
|Anoka County Sheriff Departments|
|Anoka County Sheriff's Office||325 East Main Street||Anoka||MN||55303||763-323-5000|
|Anoka County Sheriffs Office||13333 Hanson Boulevard Northwest||Andover||MN||55304||763-323-5022|
|Anoka County Probation Department|
|Anoka County Probation Department||7525 4th Avenue||Circle Pines||MN||55014||651-717-6172|
|Anoka County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Anoka County Arrest Warrants|
|Anoka County Attorney's Office Criminal Records|
|Anoka County Child Support Warrants|
|Anoka County Criminal Records|
|Anoka County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Anoka County Sex Offender Registry|
|Anoka County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Anoka County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Blaine Police Department Website|
|Coon Rapids Crime Map|
|Coon Rapids Police Department Website|
Warrant Records Search
Warrant records are public documents that allow law enforcement officers to identify, locate, and arrest a person. They are also used by courts as evidence in a legal case. In an effort to protect its citizens and officers, the county of Anoka County in Minnesota makes these records publicly accessible. If you have ever wanted to find out if there is a person living in your area without having to hire a private investigator, then it is time you got this valuable public record information. There are several warrant searches available online at various government agencies. By entering the name of the person, date of birth, and social security number in question you should be able to locate the record you are seeking.
A warrant can be issued for any number of reasons, such as missing a meeting with a specified individual, committing a crime, or if the person has committed a crime where they could be taken into custody. Warrant applications are filed with the court that issues the police department the person’s legal authority to issue the warrant. This application may only last a few weeks before it becomes a permanent record.
To determine whether there is a warrant for a person’s arrest, the judge will require the person’s name, present it to them, and sign the document. Warrant records are typically kept by the county sheriff. To access an individual’s arrest record, you will need their name, date of birth, and social security number. The person’s fingerprints are then run through a database to match them with the criminal record. If more than one record is listed against the person, then his or her age is taken into account as well as the severity of the offense.
When searching for a warrant, it is imperative to understand how the entire process works. A warrant will only be issued if there is probable cause to believe the person has committed a crime. The accused must be proven guilty in order to have a warrant issued. This is a felony in most states, and requires the presence of a judge. If the defendant does not have a lawyer present at the arraignment, they must go to a court-appointed attorney who will file an application to have the warrant dismissed.
Warrant searches are very common during investigations into vandalism, robbery, sex crimes, and a host of other offenses. Many times, law enforcement agencies will search for warrants on people that are suspects in a crime when they run an investigation. Having outstanding warrants will affect a person’s ability to gain employment, housing, and credit. In the worst case scenario, a warrant could be issued for their arrest. This would effectively strip any chance they had of defending themselves in a criminal case. Individuals who are involved in violent circumstances are usually a target for police officers, and warrants can be issued when they commit a crime.
Although it is rare, in some cases a warrant will be revoked. If a person has two or more warrants issued against them, they are considered to be a repeat offender. Repeat offenders are required to check their status with the courts on a regular basis. When a person does not appear in court, their warrant records will be checked. If they are found to be in violation of their probation or parole, their warrant records will be made public.