Rice County Minnesota Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(692)Rice County Police Departments
Dundas Police Department208 County Road 1DundasMN55019507-645-5252
Rice County Police Departments
Dundas Police Department470 Railway Street SouthDundasMN55019507-645-5252
Faribault Police Department25 4th Avenue NorthwestFaribaultMN55021507-334-4305
Lonsdale Police Department115 Southwest Alabama StreetLonsdaleMN55046507-744-2300
Morristown Police Department402 Division Street SouthMorristownMN55052507-685-4190
Northfield Police Department300 5th Street WestNorthfieldMN55057507-645-4477
Northfield Police Department1615 Riverview DriveNorthfieldMN55057507-645-4475
Rice County Sheriff Department
Rice County Sheriffs Department / Rice County Jail118 3rd Street NorthwestFaribaultMN55021507-332-6000
Rice County Probation Department
Rice County Probation Department128 3rd Street NorthwestFaribaultMN55021507-332-6106
Rice County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases

How to Search For Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Rice County Minnesota are public documents that show a person has been arrested or convicted of a crime, even if the person is on probation or parole. These records are typically public record and can be obtained by any person. You will need a valid reason to obtain these records and they are kept in two locations, in the county where the arrest and conviction took place as well as in the county where the person lives. You must have a valid reason to get these records.

How many times a person can request the arrest and booking records? You can only get one copy per person, per name. If a person’s record is expunged (that means they were cleared of all charges but do not have any records showing the arrest or conviction) then they cannot obtain their records. The state of Minnesota only releases the criminal convictions, with no other records of the person.

There are also other ways to access someone’s background records. You can search for your state specific criminal records. If you don’t know where a person’s record is, you can request it from the court clerk of the county the person was arrested or convicted. This may take some time as the clerk normally has to verify the person’s identity, birth date, social security number, etc.

The other option is to order a criminal records check online. This can be done quickly and easily from your home computer in just a few minutes. You can find out a person’s complete public records history including court records, warrant records and much more from a simple online search. There are several background reports sites that offer this service. They all require fees, but some offer a free trial period to give you the chance to view their services and make sure you like them before paying.

Another option is to use a professional background and criminal records service. Many of these services offer database search capabilities and allow you to search and receive reports instantly from the privacy of your own home. The professional background service will charge you a fee, depending on the type of report you need. These services are very helpful if you need to obtain records of a person in another state or even on another country.

Remember that you are not required by law to disclose any personal information when searching for the warrant records. Therefore, you should search anyway. In most cases, you can receive access to the person’s criminal history within a matter of minutes. In many instances, you can also obtain arrest warrants, warrant charges and other information.

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