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(2154)Merrimack County Police Departments
Merrimack County Department Of Corrections326 Daniel Webster HighwayBoscawenNH03303603-796-3600
Merrimack County Police Departments
Allenstown Police Department Headquarters40 Allenstown RoadAllenstownNH03275603-485-9500
Boscawen Police Department116 North Main StreetBoscawenNH03303603-753-9124
Bow Police Department7 Knox RoadBowNH03304603-228-1240
Bradford Police Department75 West Main StreetBradfordNH03221603-938-2522
Canterbury Police Department26 Baptist RoadCanterburyNH03224603-783-0433
Chichester Police Department22 Main StreetChichesterNH03258603-798-4911
Concord Police Department35 Green StreetConcordNH03301603-225-8600
Danbury Police Department23 High StreetDanburyNH03230603-768-5568
Dunbarton Police Department18 Robert Rogers RoadDunbartonNH03046603-774-5500
Epsom Police Department980 Suncook Valley Highway SouthEpsomNH03234603-736-4445
Franklin Police Department5 Hancock TerraceFranklinNH03235603-934-2535
Henniker Police Department340 Western AvenueHennikerNH03242603-428-3213
Hill Police Department30 Crescent StreetHillNH03243603-934-6437
Hooksett Police Department15 Legends DriveHooksettNH03106603-624-1560
Hopkinton Police Department1696 Hopkinton RoadHopkintonNH03229603-746-5151
Loudon Police Department8 Cooper StreetLoudonNH03307603-798-5521
New Hampshire Department Of Safety33 Hazen DriveConcordNH03301603-271-3793
New Hampshire Fish And Game Department Law Enforcement Division11 Hazen DriveConcordNH03301603-271-3128
New Hampshire Hospital Campus Police36 Clinton StreetConcordNH03301603-271-5555
New Hampshire State Police Troop D139 Iron Works RoadConcordNH03301603-271-3333
New London Police Department25 Seamans RoadNew LondonNH03257603-526-2626
Newbury Police Department952 New Hampshire Route 103NewburyNH03255603-763-4104
Pembroke Police Department247 Pembroke StreetPembrokeNH03275603-485-9173
Pittsfield Police Department59 Main StreetPittsfieldNH03263603-435-7535
Salisbury Police Department273 Old Turnpike RoadSalisburyNH03268603-648-2230
Sutton Police Department1 North RoadWarnerNH03278603-927-4422
Warner Police Department180 New Hampshire Route 103WarnerNH03278603-456-3433
Webster Police Department851 Battle StreetWebsterNH03303603-648-2200
Merrimack County Sheriff Departments
Merrimack County Sheriff's Office333 Daniel Webster HighwayBoscawenNH03303603-796-6600
Merrimack County Sheriffs Department163 North Main StreetConcordNH03301603-225-5583
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What You Need To Know About Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Merrimack County, New Hampshire are created by the New Hampshire State police and are maintained by the Office of the Attorney General. They contain all public information regarding warrants and their issuance as well as their disposition. Warrant Records in Merrimack County can also be searched online through the Internet. They may also be requested directly from the courthouse or through the mail. The cost of retrieving information depends on the details submitted.

Warrant Records in Merrimack County may be used for many purposes. Arrest warrant, sex offender, court records, and jail records are a few of the records that an individual can access. The process of retrieving a warrant is usually simple and consists of filling out a request form and submitting it to the courthouse in the county where the warrant is filed. Alternately, a person can personally visit the courthouse and fill out the same request form.

Searching for a warrant online is very simple. It is done by filling out a simple application on the website and clicking on submit. A scan of the applicant’s name will be received and compared with an existing record to determine if the person is approved for the search. If it is found that the person’s name does not match the criteria, the case will be denied and the search will be continued without the applicant.

Warrant searches in New Hampshire are different than state and federal searches. Performing a warrant search requires a person to first give permission to the state police to conduct the search. Also, certain conditions must be met before the warrant can be executed. An applicant may only be allowed to search if they have a valid reason or if they are suspected of committing a crime. Warrant searches are also different than traffic citation, and other types of citation.

Warrant records in New Hampshire can reveal a person’s complete background history. This includes prior felonies, court records, sex offenses and even arrest records. This type of detailed information allows a law enforcement officer to easily identify who they are searching when they pull up a person’s record. It is a very effective tool in finding drug offenders, child abusers, convicts, sex offenders and any other types of people wanted on warrants.

Warrant searches are not public information. Anyone who wishes to search a person’s records must apply for permission through the clerk of court. This application can be done online, through mail or in person. A copy of the application can also be filed in a federal or state court as well as in the local state jail if the person’s whereabouts require further investigation.