Monroe County New York Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2081)Monroe County Police Departments
Monroe Community College Police1000 East Henrietta RoadRochesterNY14623
Monroe County Police Departments
Brockport Village Police Department1 Clinton StreetBrockportNY14420585-637-1021
City Of Rochester Police Department185 Exchange BoulevardRochesterNY14614585-428-7033
East Rochester Police Department254 West Ivy StreetEast RochesterNY14445585-586-4399
Fairport Village Police Department31 South Main StreetFairportNY14450585-223-1740
Gates Police Department1605 Buffalo RoadRochesterNY14624585-247-2262
Irondequoit Police Department1300 Titus AvenueIrondequoitNY14617585-336-6000
New York State Police Troop A Zone 4 - Henrietta1015 Lehigh Station RoadHenriettaNY14467585-334-5533
New York State Police Troop E Zone 1 - Churchville6460 Buffalo RoadChurchvilleNY14428585-293-2444
New York State Police Troop E Zone 1 - Penfield1985 Baird RoadPenfieldNY14526585-586-2916
New York State Police Troop E Zone 1 - Rochester1155 Scottsville RoadRochesterNY14624585-279-8891
Rochester Police Department - Patrol Division East630 North Clinton AvenueRochesterNY14605585-428-9800
Rochester Police Department - Patrol Division West1099 Jay StreetRochesterNY14611585-428-9810
State University Of New York- Brockport Campus Police Department350 New Campus DrBrockportNY14420585-395-2226
Town Of Brighton Police Department2300 Elmwood AvenueRochesterNY14618585-784-5125
Town Of Greece Police Department400 Island Cottage RoadRochesterNY14612585-581-4035
Town Of Ogden Police Department269 Ogden Center RoadSpencerportNY14559585-617-6100
Town Of Webster Police Department1000 Ridge RoadWebsterNY14580585-872-1216
Monroe County Sheriff Departments
Monroe County Sheriff Office - Zone A Penfield789 Linden AvenueRochesterNY14625585-753-4370
Monroe County Sheriff Office Zone B - Henrietta245 Summit Point DriveHenriettaNY14467585-359-7100
Monroe County Sheriff Office Zone C - North Chili4201 Buffalo RoadNorth ChiliNY14514585-753-4470
Monroe County Sheriffs Office / Monroe County Jail130 South Plymouth AvenueRochesterNY14614585-428-5243
Monroe County FBI Offices
Rochester New York FBI Office1200 Scottsville RoadRochesterNY14624585-546-2220
Rochester New York FBI Office100 State StreetRochesterNY14614585-546-2220
Rochester New York FBI OfficeFederal StreetRochesterNY14609585-546-2220
Monroe County Probation Department
Monroe County Probation Department33 Fitzhugh Street NorthRochesterNY14614585-753-3765
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Warrant Records Search Information

Warrant records are a public document that contains the personal information of a person. These records show an individual’s criminal history, any warrants issued for his arrest, and other matters related to his arrest and past convictions. The information contained within these records is confidential and private, unless the warrant is revoked. Monroe County New York State maintains a database that contains warrant records.

This searchable online database allows an individual to view the personal details of a person if they have legal reasons. Warrant searches can be conducted for a number of reasons. They could be to prevent the arrest or detain of a person, or to aid in the apprehension of a person once you have obtained reasonable suspicion to do so. Searches can also be conducted on someone who has been accused of a crime, has fled the scene of the crime, or is involved in a case involving narcotic activity.

Anyone can conduct a search on another person, as long as they have reasonable cause to believe that the person is violating the law. There are a number of ways that a warrant can be searched for. People can search for the records of an individual based on their name, address, phone number or Social Security number. Searches can also be performed on other people who match the same requirements as the original search.

Warrant records are not only limited to those that are arrested or detained. A person can also access records of a person if they are the subject of a court order, such as an order of protection or a temporary restraining order. If a person fails to appear at court scheduled hearing for any reason, they can be reported to the local law enforcement agency for investigation and tracking. If they are convicted of a crime, warrants may be issued for their arrest.

The only way that a person can have their warrant records expunged is by the courts. This can either be done voluntarily or involuntarily. If a person is convicted of a felony in violation of a state law, then their record is expunged from the court records. A person can have a warrant issued for their arrest but their arrest will not be made public because it was not an approved arrest warrant. There are some states that allow criminal charges to be expunged from the court system when they are no longer an active charge or when the state discharges the case. If the charges are later dropped or dismissed, then they will become public record.

In order to access a person’s record, there are a few options. The most popular is to look online and perform a search through the courts. You can pay to have an attorney search the records for you, but the cost can be quite expensive. There are some sites online that allow you to access these records for free. The only drawback to this option is that if the person you are searching for has been convicted of a felony, their record will be expunged, but you will not know which felony the person has been convicted of.