|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(638)Otter Tail County Police Departments|
|Otter Tail County Jail||416 South Mill Street||Fergus Falls||MN||56537||218-998-8556|
|Otter Tail County Police Departments|
|Otter Tail Sheriff's Office||417 South Court Street||Fergus Falls||MN||56537||218-998-8555|
|Battle Lake Police Department||108 Main Street East||Battle Lake||MN||56515||218-864-8989|
|Battle Lake Police Department||106 Washington Avenue South||Battle Lake||MN||56515|
|Fergus Falls Police Department||417 South Court Street||Fergus Falls||MN||56537||218-998-8555|
|Henning Police Department||607 2nd Street||Henning||MN||56551||218-583-2903|
|New York Mills Police Department||118 North Main Avenue||New York Mills||MN||56567||218-385-2600|
|Parkers Prairie Police Department||102 North Otter Avenue||Parkers Prairie||MN||56361||218-338-4611|
|Pelican Rapids Police Department||315 North Broadway||Pelican Rapids||MN||56572||218-863-1351|
|Perham Police Department||525 West Main Street||Perham||MN||56573||218-346-4452|
|Otter Tail County Sheriff Departments|
|Otter Tail County Sheriff Office - Substation||469 Main Street||Ottertail||MN||56571||218-367-6300|
|Otter Tail County Sheriffs Office||417 South Court Street||Fergus Falls||MN||56537||218-998-8555|
|Otter Tail County Probation Department|
|Otter Tail County Probation Department||416 South Mill Street||Fergus Falls||MN||56537||218-998-8556|
|Otter Tail County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Otter Tail County Arrest Warrants|
|Otter Tail County Child Support Warrants|
|Otter Tail County Criminal Records|
|Otter Tail County Jail Inmate Search|
|Otter Tail County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Otter Tail County Police Records|
|Otter Tail County Sex Offender Registry|
|Otter Tail County Sheriff Website|
|Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office Warrant Search|
How to Do a Criminal Records Check on Anyone You Want
Warrant records are court documents that serve as proof that a person has been arrested for a criminal offense. A warrant is issued when a judge has ordered a person to attend a court proceeding because they failed to show up on the date scheduled. Warrant records are public and they show any felony charges, pending court cases, and more. In most cases, you’ll be required to go to the municipal police station where the warrant was issued. In some cases, you’ll have to appear in court to get this information.
If you’re involved in an unsolved case, you’ll most likely have to go to the station and give them information about the person you’re investigating. You’ll be asked to place a number on them or sign a document. They’ll then take the information you provided and give you a formal copy of it. The copies are public records and can be obtained from the county courthouse in your county.
If you run a background check, you may be able to find out if someone you’re suspicious of has had a warrant out for their arrest. In some cases, records are kept in a separate department, but in many cases they’ll be one in the same place as fingerprints are collected. You’ll have to go to the courthouse and ask to see these records. They aren’t free, but they’re usually inexpensive.
You can also obtain copies of arrest warrants by going online and looking at the government’s central record system. This system will list every public arrest warrant in the nation. You’ll need to know the person’s name and address to look them up in the system. However, since not all counties have this information, it’s not likely that you’ll find an arrest warrant for a person in your state.
You can try checking your local county courthouse website. Some cities and counties keep records of warrant records online for easier access. The only problem with these websites is that you won’t be able to do much with them. Most have limited information and don’t list more than the last seven years. These are great places to start, but they don’t always have the information you need.
It’s also important to know if the person you want to perform a search on has a record with the police. Some cities and counties make warrant records available online, but not all do. If you can’t find any online, there are companies that will access court records and provide you with the information you need. They often charge a nominal fee, but it’s still much cheaper than hiring a detective.