Ramsey County Minnesota Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(688)Ramsey County Police Departments
Ramsey County Juvenile Detention Center Community Corrections Department25 7th Street WestSt. PaulMN55102651-266-5200
Ramsey County Police Departments
Boys Totem Town398 Totem RoadSt. PaulMN55119651-292-6262
Maplewood Police Department1830 County Road B EastMaplewoodMN55109651-767-0640
Minnesota Department Of Corrections - Fugitive Apprehension Unit1450 Energy Park DriveSt. PaulMN55108651-361-7200
Minnesota Department Of Natural Resources - Enforcement Division500 Lafayette RoadSt. PaulMN55155651-259-5222
Minnesota Department Of Public Safety - Bureau Of Criminal Apprehension1430 Maryland Avenue EastSt. PaulMN55106651-793-1000
Minnesota State Fair Police Department1265 Snelling Avenue NorthSt. PaulMN55108651-642-2283
Minnesota State Patrol444 Cedar StreetSt. PaulMN55101
Mounds View Police Department2401 County Highway 10New BrightonMN55112763-717-4070
New Brighton Department Of Public Safety - Police Division785 Old Highway 8 NorthwestNew BrightonMN55112651-638-2070
New Brighton Public Safety785 Old Highway 8 NorthwestNew BrightonMN55112651-288-4100
North Saint Paul Police Department2400 Margaret Street NorthNorth Saint PaulMN55109651-747-2406
North St Paul Police Department2526 7th Avenue EastNorth Saint PaulMN55109651-770-4466
Roseville Police Department2660 Civic Center DriveRosevilleMN55113651-792-7008
Saint Paul Police Department - Battle Creek Police Storefront2089-2215 Old Hudson RoadSt. PaulMN55119651-702-6770
Saint Paul Police Department - Central District367 Grove StreetSt. PaulMN55101651-266-5563
Saint Paul Police Department - Dayton's Bluff Community Storefront798 East 7th StreetSt. PaulMN55101651-772-2075
Saint Paul Police Department - Eastern District722 Payne AvenueSt. PaulMN55130651-266-5565
Saint Paul Police Department - Phalen Village Storefront1212 Prosperity AvenueSt. PaulMN55106651-776-5786
Saint Paul Police Department - Skyway Substation401 Robert Street NorthSt. PaulMN55101651-266-5785
Saint Paul Police Department - West Side Substation179 Robie Street EastSt. PaulMN55107651-292-6509
Saint Paul Police Department - Western District389 Hamline Avenue SouthSt. PaulMN55105651-266-5512
White Bear Lake Police Department4701 Highway 61 NorthWhite Bear LakeMN55110651-429-8511
White Bear Lake-Engineering Department4701 Highway 61 NorthSt. PaulMN55110651-429-8531
Ramsey County Sheriff Department
Ramsey County Sheriffs Department / Ramsey County Jail425 Grove StreetSt. PaulMN55101651-266-9330
Ramsey County FBI Office
Saint Paul Minnesota FBI Office316 Robert Street NorthSt. PaulMN55101651-291-7100
Ramsey County Probation Department
Ramsey County Probation Department121 7th Place EastSt. PaulMN55101651-266-2300
Ramsey County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Hamline University Police Department Crime Log
Maplewood Police Department Press Releases
New Brighton Police Department Unsolved Cases
Ramsey County Child Support Warrants
Ramsey County Criminal Records
Ramsey County Police Records
Ramsey County Sex Offender Registry
Ramsey County Sheriff
Ramsey County Sheriff's Office Criminal Records
Ramsey County Sheriff's Office Property Records
Ramsey County Sheriff's Office Website
Roseville Police Department Press Releases
Saint Minnesota Police Department Press Releases
Saint Paul Minnesota Police Department
Saint Paul Minnesota Police Department Crime Maps
Saint Paul Minnesota Police Department Crime Reports

Criminal Records – Warrant Records

Warrant Records are documents that show that a person was arrested and later, charged with a crime. Such records are available from the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office or the county courthouse. These will also include criminal records and other information pertaining to an arrest. Such records may include a person’s name, age, date of birth, address, phone number and more.

The only way to tell if there are warrants for your arrest is to look at the document. A search will bring up such a record for you. Warrant records are considered public information. However, there are usually certain conditions that must be met before the records can be searched. Before a person can access them, he/she must first fill out an application which states the reason why they want to search the document.

Warrant records can tell you many things. For instance, they can tell you whether or not a person has ever stolen a vehicle or if they have broken and entering. They can also show you if a person has ever been convicted of assault or anything similar. You may even find out information about sexual offenses. These records are not available online.

There are a couple different types of warrants. If a person is accused of a crime, their record will show the charges against them as well as the date they were arrested. However, it will not indicate what crime they are accused of. When you try to access this type of record, it will bring up all the information that is related to that person’s arrest and charges.

If you need to view a person’s criminal records, one option is to contact the county sheriff’s department. Most counties keep up their own records on sex offenders, so this is a good place to start. The sheriff’s department will either release these records to you for a fee or require you to pay a minimal fee to get them. Once you have obtained the documents, you will be able to see exactly what crimes they were convicted of. It is also possible to find out their addresses, which can be extremely helpful if you need to locate them in the future.

Some people are interested in seeing all of a person’s driving records. These types of records include all traffic violations a person has committed. This information can help you determine whether a person has an extensive history of driving issues or not. Whether you are interested in seeing all traffic violations or just general information, you will need to contact the county sheriff. The office will either grant you access to these records or require you to pay a fee.

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