Suffolk County New York Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2105)Suffolk County Police Departments
Suffolk County Park PoliceVictory RoadBrookhavenNY11719631-854-1422
Suffolk County Police Departments
Suffolk County Police Department - 1st Precinct555 New York 109West BabylonNY11704631-854-8100
Suffolk County Police Department - 2nd Precinct1071 Park AvenueHuntingtonNY11743631-854-8200
Suffolk County Police Department - 3rd Precinct1630 5th AvenueBay ShoreNY11706631-854-8300
Suffolk County Police Department - 4th Precinct345 Old Willets PathSmithtownNY11787631-854-8400
Suffolk County Police Department - 5th Precinct125 Waverly AvenuePatchogueNY11772631-854-8500
Suffolk County Police Department - 6th Precinct400 Middle Country RoadSeldenNY11784631-854-8600
Suffolk County Police Department - 7th Precinct1491 William Floyd ParkwayShirleyNY11967631-852-8700
Suffolk County Police Department - Headquarters30 Yaphank AvenueYaphankNY11980631-852-6000
Amityville Village Police Department21 Ireland PlaceAmityvilleNY11701631-264-0400
Asharoken Police Department1 Asharoken AvenueNorthportNY11768631-261-7400
East Hampton Town Police Department131 Wainscott Northwest RoadWainscottNY11975631-537-7575
East Hampton Town Police Department - Montauk Precinct8 South Embassy StreetMontaukNY11954631-668-3709
East Hampton Village Police Department1 Cedar StreetEast HamptonNY11937631-324-0777
Huntington Bay Police Department244 Vineyard RoadHuntingtonNY11743631-427-2020
Lloyd Harbor Police Department380 West Neck RoadLloyd HarborNY11743631-549-8220
New York State Department Of Environmental Conservation - Marine Resources Bureau Headquarters205 North Belle Mead AvenueSetauket-East SetauketNY11733631-444-0430
New York State Department Of Environmental Conservation Division Of Law Enforcement - Region 150 Circle RoadStony BrookNY11790631-444-0250
New York State Park Police - Long Island Headquarters625 Belmont AvenueWest BabylonNY11704631-669-2500
New York State Police Troop L - Headquarters7140 Republic AirportFarmingdaleNY11735631-756-3300
New York State Police Troop L Zone 2 - Brentwood800 Crooked Hill RoadBrentwoodNY11717631-231-5962
New York State Police Troop L Zone 2 - Fishers IslandWhistler AvenueFishers IslandNY06390631-788-7600
New York State Police Troop L Zone 2 - Riverhead234 Riverleigh AvenueRiverheadNY11901631-208-9002
Nissequogue Village Police Department633 Moriches RoadSt. JamesNY11780631-584-5302
Northport Police Department224 Main StreetNorthportNY11768631-261-7500
Ocean Beach Police Department623 Bay WalkOcean BeachNY11770631-583-5866
Quogue Village Police Department115 Jessup AvenueWesthampton BeachNY11978631-653-4791
Riverhead Town Police Department210 Howell AvenueRiverheadNY11901631-727-4500
Sag Harbor Village Police Department70 Division StreetSag HarborNY11963631-725-0247
Shelter Island Town Police Department44 North Ferry RoadShelter IslandNY11964631-749-0600
Smithtown Department Of Public Safety65 Maple AvenueSmithtownNY11787631-360-7553
Southampton Town Police Department110 Old Riverhead RoadHampton BaysNY11946631-728-5000
Southampton Village Police Department151 Windmill LaneSouthamptonNY11968631-283-0083
Southold Town Police Department41405 New York 25PeconicNY11958631-765-2600
State University Of New York- Farmingdale Campus Police2350 New York 110FarmingdaleNY11735631-420-2111
Stony Brook University Police Department175Stony BrookNY11790631-632-6350
Town Of Islip Harbor Police333 Bayview AvenueEast IslipNY11730631-224-5656
Village Of Head Of The Harbor Police Department500 North Country RoadSt. JamesNY11780631-584-7891
Westhampton Beach Police Department116 Mill RoadWesthampton BeachNY11978631-288-3444
Suffolk County Sheriff Department
Suffolk County Correctional Facility / Suffolk County Sheriffs Office100 Center Drive SouthRiverheadNY11901631-852-2200
Suffolk County DEA Office
Melville New York DEA Office175 Pinelawn RoadMelvilleNY11747631-420-4500
Suffolk County FBI Offices
Melville New York FBI Office35 Pinelawn RoadMelvilleNY11747631-501-8600
Melville New York FBI Office135 Pinelawn RoadMelvilleNY11747631-501-8600
Suffolk County Probation Department
Suffolk County Probation Department65 Middle Country RoadCoramNY11727631-854-2211
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What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Suffolk County, New York are considered public information and can be searched by anyone who is a member of the public. Unlike other records such as birth records and marriage licenses which are considered to be private documents, these records are available for public access. This means that anyone can access this information from wherever they are in the world, as long as they have internet connection and have an email address. In previous years, people would have to physically go to the courthouse in order to obtain records of a certain individual.

These days, one can obtain access to a person’s records without having to go to court by requesting the same through the court. Instead of requesting a warrant or going to court, you only need to inform the court that you want to conduct a record search. They will give you a form to fill out. You will then be sent a letter telling you that you have to appear in court on the date scheduled.

The reason why you need to attend court to obtain a warrant is because the person has already committed a crime. When you submit this request to the court, you should provide a valid reason as to why you want the warrant. When the request is approved, the clerk will issue a warrant for the arrest of the person. The person will then be arrested and booked into jail.

If a person is arrested for suspicion of a crime, there will be a warrant out for their arrest. This means that once they are served with the warrant, they cannot go anywhere near any property owned by the suspect. A warrant also means that the person is considered to be in hiding and that they will be unable to use a phone, computer, or any type of contact device to make contact with the public. If a person breaks a law when arrested for suspicion of a crime, they can face serious consequences for their actions, including jail time.

Warrant records can help you to determine if someone you know is being honest about their identity. It is common for people to provide false information on forms. If a person obtains a copy of their warrant record, you can check to see what information is on the document. This can help you learn whether the information is correct. If it is not, then you may want to check to see if the person has been convicted of a felony or if there is an outstanding warrant out for their arrest.

You should also consider how a person may be using another person’s identity. For example, imagine you are looking to rent a home. You do some background checks to find out if the person you are considering renting from has a criminal record. If the answer is yes, you may want to look into hiring them instead of renting from a company with a poor credit rating. There are other situations where you can look at the criminal history of a person to make sure they are who they say they are.