Sullivan County New Hampshire Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2157)Sullivan County Police Departments
Charlestown Police Department28 Railroad StreetCharlestownNH03603603-826-5747
Sullivan County Police Departments
Charlestown Police DepartmentClaremont RoadCharlestownNH03603603-826-5747
Claremont Police Department1 Police CourtClaremontNH03743603-542-9538
Cornish Police Department283 Town House RoadCornishNH03745603-675-5967
Croydon Police Department879 New Hampshire 10CroydonNH03773603-863-5115
Goshen Police Department54 Mill Village Road NorthGoshenNH03752603-863-0700
Grantham Police Department300 New Hampshire 10GranthamNH03753603-863-6844
Lempster Police Department856 New Hampshire 10LempsterNH03605603-863-3232
Newport Police Department59 Main StreetNewportNH03773603-863-3240
Plainfield Police Department110 Main StreetPlainfieldNH03781603-469-3344
Sunapee Police Department9 Sargent RoadSunapeeNH03782603-763-5555
Washington Police Department5 Halfmoon Pond RoadWashingtonNH03280603-495-3294
Sullivan County Sheriff Department
Sullivan County Sheriffs Department14 Main StreetNewportNH03773603-863-4200
Sullivan County Probation Department
Sullivan County Probation Department17 Water StreetClaremontNH03743603-542-2470
Sullivan County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
City of Washington Police Department's Wanted
Claremont Police Department
Grantham Police Department Website
Langdon Police Department
New Hampshire Field Operations Bureau Police Services
Newport Police Department
Plainfield Police Department
Springfield Police and Safety Department Police Department
Sullivan County Child Support Warrants
Sullivan County Criminal Records
Sullivan County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Sullivan County Sex Offender Registry
Sullivan County Superior Court Records
Town of Washington Police Department Daily Activity Log
Washington Police Department

Searching Criminal Records Online

In Sullivan County, New Hampshire the Office of the Clerk and Register usually maintains the public records for warrants of arrests. Warrants are legal documents that are issued by a judge for the arrest of a person for an offense. These warrants are recorded and filed with the court where the warrant was granted. The record of a warrant is not released to the public unless there are reasons to believe that the person has violated the conditions of the warrant. If the conditions of the warrant are not met then the warrant is immediately revoked and the case dismissed.

Warrant records contain the person’s name, age, criminal history, location of arrest and reason for arrest as well as other details about the person who was arrested. Some warrant searches can also tell you the crime the person was arrested for, the amount of the bail they were ordered to pay and their future appearances in court. This information can all be helpful to law officials if they need to track down someone who violated the law. A search of a warrant may not reveal any details that you may not have known without the records.

Warrant records are considered public information. This means that you can search the records online for the purpose of checking up on a person. If you want more detailed information about a person’s record then you can contact the clerk’s office directly or the police department. Depending on your reason for the search the records may be available to you for a fee.

There are many reasons for searching for the criminal records of a person. You could be the next victim of a crime and want to hire a lawyer who specializes in handling criminal cases. You can also search for these records to see if the person who strikes you as suspicious has a record of crime. If you have a teenage daughter who is worried about her absent parents then you can use this type of search to find out if any of them are in jail for any crime. You can also search to see if they have ever been married and how many times.

In order to get access to the correct warrant record you will need the person’s name, date of birth, social security number and other identifying information. You can do this online for free because there is no legal reason to charge a fee. If you do have a warrant for the person’s arrest then you will have to go to the courthouse in the county where the offense occurred to find out whether or not it is active. If it is an active warrant then you can visit the clerk’s office and pay a small fee to get the record. If the record is inactive then you will need to visit the courthouse where the offense occurred to obtain the information.

Some warrant records can only be accessed by certain police officers. If this is the case then you will need to arrange for a meeting with one of the police officers. Then the two of you can arrange for a recorded interview where the officer will look at the person’s information and then decide if he or she will allow you access to the records. In some states you will also have to apply for the records. Once you have the records then you will be able to search them online for free.