Belknap County New Hampshire Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2137)Belknap County Police Departments
Alton Police Department15 Depot StreetAltonNH03809603-875-0757
Belknap County Police Departments
Barnstead Police Department119 South Barnstead RoadBarnsteadNH03225603-269-8100
Belmont Police Department16 Fuller StreetBelmontNH03220603-267-8361
Center Harbor Police Department36 Main StreetCenter HarborNH03226603-253-9756
Gilford Police Department47 Cherry Valley RoadGilfordNH03249603-527-4737
Gilmanton Police Department1800 New Hampshire 140GilmantonNH03837603-364-7400
Laconia Police Department126 New Salem StreetLaconiaNH03246603-524-5257
Meredith Police Department400 Daniel Webster HighwayMeredithNH03253603-279-4561
New Hampton Police Department12 Pinnacle Hill RoadNew HamptonNH03256603-744-5423
Sanbornton Police Department565 Sanborn RoadSanborntonNH03269603-286-7116
Tilton Police Department179 East Main StreetTiltonNH03276603-286-8207
Belknap County Sheriff Departments
Belknap County Sheriff's Office42 County DriveLaconiaNH03246603-527-5454
Belknap County Sheriffs Department / Belknap County Jail76 County DriveLaconiaNH03246603-527-5454
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Overview Of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Belknap County New Hampshire are not easy to find unless you know the proper places and ways of going about it. Warrant Records in Belknap County New Hampshire are basically arrest warrants that have been filed in the courts of this county. These arrest warrants are filed in the courts of the circuit that a person is being arrested in. If they are convicted then the warrant will be carried out and if they are let free then the warrant is cancelled.

In case a person is arrested for suspicion of a crime then the authorities are allowed by law to carry out an arrest warrant without any prior notice to the person. In case of such warrants then the person whose name is on the list is notified by the police and all the necessary actions are carried out accordingly. The warrant is issued by the judge and it carries a penalty of fine or imprisonment for the person who is named on the list.

When a warrant is issued for a person then it means that he is to be arrested immediately. This can be known as the judicial proceedings for the arrest. All records related to a warrant will be kept by the law enforcement agencies and it is mandatory for a person who is on the list to provide the reasons for the warrant. So if your name is on the list then you have no choice but to give the reasons for your arrest.

There are many reasons that are mentioned and verified while issuing warrants. The reasons could include failure of payment, conviction for grand larceny, wilful failure to appear in court, or murder, rape, theft, arson, driving under influence of liquor or any other controlled substance and many more. A warrant does not have to mention the crime for which a person is accused. It also does not have to mention the reason for the arrest either.

Warrant records are kept in the state police custody. The records are stored in different categories like criminal records, public records, employment verification, etc. In some cases the person can be asked to surrender his records for some valid reason. In other cases you can ask to surrender your records if you want to apply for naturalization or immigration. This happens if you are accused of any felony and cannot prove your identity.

However if you do not have a criminal record and still want to get a copy of your record then you can go to the county sheriff or the police department and file an application requesting for your arrest warrant. This application needs to be filed with the circuit court. After this the court will issue the warrant which is canceled once it is produced to the court. This entire process is to prove that you are innocent and the arrest was not made without proper reasons.