Ontario County New York Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2088)Ontario County Police Departments
Canandaigua City Police Department21 Ontario StreetCanandaiguaNY14424585-394-3311
Ontario County Police Departments
Clifton Springs Police Department1 West Main StreetClifton SpringsNY14432315-462-2422
Geneva City Police Department255 Exchange StreetGenevaNY14456315-789-1111
Manchester Village Police Department8 Clifton StreetManchesterNY14504585-289-4340
Naples Village Police Department106 South Main StreetNaplesNY14512585-374-2500
New York State Police Troop E - Headquarters1569 Rochester RoadFarmingtonNY14425585-398-4100
New York State Police Troop E Zone 1 - Naples106 South Main StreetNaplesNY14512585-374-2320
Phelps Police Department7 Exchange StreetPhelpsNY14532315-548-8237
Phelps Village Police Department8 Banta StreetPhelpsNY14532315-548-8237
Shortsville Police Department5 Sheldon StreetShortsvilleNY14548585-289-4485
Ontario County Sheriff Department
Ontario County Sheriffs Office74 Ontario StreetCanandaiguaNY14424585-394-4560
Ontario County Probation Department
Ontario County Probation Department3010 County Complex DriveCanandaiguaNY14424585-396-4222
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What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Ontario County New York are public information and can be had without a formal written request. You may be asked to fax (fax) or mail-in your request, but you do not have to pay to obtain this record. You can find out who owns the property if you want, and there is no fee to get the information. Here’s what you’ll learn about these records.

What is a warrant? A warrant is issued by a judge that authorizes an officer to seize a person for suspicion of a crime. If the person fails to appear at the court date, the warrant will be carried out. If the warrant is carried out, the police will take the person into custody. They may keep the person in jail until they are found, or released by an order of the court. This is referred to as an arrest warrant.

What are warrant records? Warrant records list the names and addresses of the persons named on the warrants, along with their crime and arrest records. They are kept by local law enforcement agencies. If you want to know who has been arrested, who has been convicted of a crime, and who has a warrant out for their arrest, you can check the records at the county courthouse in your county or state.

How are these records found? You can go to your local courthouse and ask for the records that you want. You can also research online to find out more about a person. The Internet can also be a great resource if you want to know more about a person that you know.

How are warrants used? Some police officers look for clues that will help them to catch a person that has run away. For instance, they may look for a person that has ran from the scene of a car accident, or one that has suddenly left town. A lookout for a person that has outstanding warrants can also be helpful for solving crimes. It is important to remember that a warrant will only be allowed to be carried out if there is reason to believe that the person has committed a crime.

If you need more information about a person, you can get a copy of their arrest warrant. In many states, you can have a criminal record background check done without hiring an investigator. You can use a search engine or other method to look for a warrant records. You will need the person’s full legal name, date of birth, social security number, and any other information that will give you enough information to make a good decision about letting them live in your neighborhood. Criminal record checks are a good way to see if someone can be trusted or not.