Greene County New York Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2073)Greene County Police Departments
New York State Police Troop F Zone 3 - GreenvilleWickes LaneGreenvilleNY12083518-966-4441
Greene County Police Departments
New York State Police Troop F Zone 3 - South Cairo78 R McLaren RoadSouth CairoNY12482518-622-8600
New York State Police Troop F Zone 3 - Tannersville5742 New York 23ATannersvilleNY12485518-589-6312
Town Of Cairo Police DepartmentJoseph D Spencer LaneCairoNY12413518-622-2324
Town Of East Durham Police Department7309 New York 81East DurhamNY12423518-239-8260
Town Of Hunter Police Department5742 New York 23ATannersvilleNY12485518-589-7200
Town Of Windham Police Department371 New York 296HensonvilleNY12439518-734-3030
Town of Athens: Court2 1st StreetAthensNY12015518-945-1052
Village Of Athens Police Department2 1st StreetAthensNY12015518-945-1559
Village Of Catskill Police Department422 Main StreetCatskillNY12414518-943-2244
Village Of Coxsackie Police Department119 Mansion StreetCoxsackieNY12051518-731-8121
Windham Police Department371 Highway 296HensonvilleNY12439518-734-3151
Greene County Sheriff Department
Greene County Sheriffs Office / Greene County Jail80 Bridge StreetCatskillNY12414518-943-3302
Greene County Probation Department
Greene County Probation Department411 Main StreetCatskillNY12414518-719-3200
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How to Search For Warrant Records in Greene County New York

What are the implications of having warrant records? What would warrant mean? When will a person’s arrest be made? Can one have a record checked when they are applying for a job? When is it a necessary action that can help someone’s legal case?

First, what is a warrant? A warrant is a court order allowing a law enforcement officer to have the person’s signature as evidence that the person has committed a crime. This means that a warrant may be used by law enforcement officers to arrest a person on suspicion of not paying their taxes. In other cases, a warrant may be used to track down someone who fled from authorities because they were wanted in another state. Warrant records include a person’s name, address, and a description of the charges against them if they were arrested.

When a person has a warrant, this means that there is probable cause that the person committed a crime. Probable cause refers to evidence that a crime has been committed by a specific person. The warrant records will contain the person’s name, address, and the crime they were accused of, as well as any other information related to their signature.

Can one get a record check if they are applying for employment? Yes, employers can request criminal records of their potential employees as long as they can prove that the person’s record is public information. The only time this type of record check is not required is if the person is applying for employment at an agency that deals with children. This is because New York State does not require criminal record checks for this type of employment. If the person’s record is requested, the employer will simply present them with the results of the search and make their decision based on the reports.

Is it possible to get warrants for arrest even if a person has not been convicted of a crime? Yes, it is possible to have a warrant for an arrest even if a person has not been convicted of a crime. The only time a person can be arrested without having a warrant is if they are in the commission of a felony. For example, a person can be arrested after they rob a store. However, they cannot be arrested without having a warrant because a felony has been committed.

What is the process for obtaining warrant records? To obtain a record, an individual must go to the county office where the crime happened or the county courthouse if they did not commit a crime. They must fill out an application, which explains their reasons for the request, and wait a few days for it to be processed. If the request was made because of an active arrest warrant, then the process can be a little more difficult. Then the person will have to go to the judge to have the documents signed. It is possible that a judge will require a full sworn statement.