Douglas County Nevada Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2145)Douglas County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Douglas County Sheriffs Department North Substation3587 North Sunridge DriveCarson CityNV89705775-267-3691
Douglas County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Douglas County Sheriffs Office - Gardnerville Ranchos1281 Kimmerling RoadGardnervilleNV89410775-265-7091
Douglas County Sheriffs Office - South County1477 U.S. Highway 395 NorthGardnervilleNV89410775-266-1028
Douglas County Sheriffs Office - Substation / Lake Tahoe Jail / Douglas County Juvenile Detention Center175 U.s. 50GardnervilleNV89410775-586-7265
Douglas County Sheriffs Office / Douglas County Jail / Douglas County Juvenile Detention Center1625 8th StreetMindenNV89423775-782-9911
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Douglas County Sheriff's Office Website

Warrant Records – Accessibility and Search

Douglas County Nevada’s Records are maintained by the sheriffs office. This is different from other counties as the sheriffs offices in Nevada are vested with power to grant warrants for arrests and impound cars. You can obtain a copy of any record within the Douglas County Nevada, through the office. To search for any record, you need an internet enabled computer system or a personal computer and a credit card to make a purchase.

Any and every person over the age of eighteen years is entitled to one free copy of their public criminal records each year. To apply for this free copy of the record, you need to fill up an application form. Within the space of a few minutes, you will receive your certificate. It is valid for two years. If the person does not disclose any conviction on their application form, the certificate shall be provided without any charges.

The purpose of providing this information to the public is to assist with background checks and protect the general public. You should not divulge this information to a third party. If any third party should get hold of this record, they could use it for any type of improper act. If you are involved in any criminal case involving illegal activities, it is advised to disclose this to the law enforcement authorities. Otherwise, you may land in serious legal trouble.

The most common use of these records is when an individual applies for a job in a government office or an industry that requires professional knowledge. Some companies conduct background checks on their potential employees. These companies can obtain these records at minimal cost from the appropriate departments. Such records help the company in carrying out its business transactions properly.

If you are an employer, it is vital to check the records of your prospective employee. It is not uncommon for fraudulent activities to take place during employment. Employees may fabricate work related facts to boost their credentials. This leads to unnecessary complications. Therefore, you should take steps to ensure that you are not hiring a person with a criminal record.

Government agencies and other public organizations like schools and universities also make use of warrant records. In instances where they need to suspend, expel or purge students suspected of involvement in criminal activities, the records play an important role. In such cases, the document helps in proving that the student is indeed guilty. You should therefore ensure that you have access to these documents. In this way, you can keep yourself and your family safe.