Cabarrus County North Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(1782)Cabarrus County Police Departments
City Of Concord Police Department41 Cabarrus Avenue WestConcordNC28025704-920-5000
Cabarrus County Police Departments
City Of Concord Police Department Patrol Division - Adams District1480 Concord Parkway NorthConcordNC28025704-920-5086
City Of Concord Police Department Patrol Division - Bakers District1485 Old Charlotte Road SouthwestConcordNC28027704-920-5081
City Of Concord Police Department Patrol Division - Charlie District270 International Drive NorthwestConcordNC28027704-920-5030
City Of Concord Police Department Patrol Division - David District8111 Concord Mills BoulevardConcordNC28027704-979-1000
Kannapolis Police Department314 South Main StreetKannapolisNC28081704-920-4000
Kannapolis Police Department317 South Main StreetKannapolisNC28081704-920-4000
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop E District Vi2192 Kannapolis HighwayConcordNC28027704-786-2197
Cabarrus County Sheriff Department
Cabarrus County Sheriffs Department / Cabarrus County Jail25 Corban Avenue SoutheastConcordNC28025704-920-3000
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Warrant Records Are Not Available to the Public

Warrant Records in Cabarrus County, North Carolina are confidential and cannot be accessed without the proper authorization. These warrant records are maintained in a separate department at the Cabarrus County Clerk of Court. To access this record, the individual must apply for authorization through the Cabarrus County Court. It is usually granted by a judge after considering the individual’s explanation of the reason for the search. If the warrant is not granted, the individual can obtain copies of their criminal history records without fear.

There are several reasons why a Cabarrus County Court may require an individual to obtain a warrant. First, they may want to make sure that a person they are investigating has not been involved with any criminal activity in the area. For example, they may believe that an ex-spouse or boyfriend of an individual is not telling the truth about their relationship. If a judge finds out that a person does not have a warrant, they may be forced to evict them from their property. Having a warrant will also prevent someone from operating under a false name.

Another reason that a court may issue a warrant is to keep an eye on any changes that have occurred within a person’s employment status. For example, a person who is terminated from their job may have a warrant issued against them to ensure that they do not try and get another job. This can be extremely difficult for an employer to find out that a warrant has been issued.

By doing a search on the Internet, individuals can obtain copies of their warrant records. By entering a person’s name into Google, one can find any warrant they have been issued. This can be extremely useful when trying to determine any criminal activity that may have taken place. In some cases, these records are not available.

Individuals who are suspicious of a person’s ability to protect themselves may want to check to see if a warrant is active. A warrant will only be issued if a judge believes there to be valid cause for the warrant. In most cases, it will be released by the courts once the person has been found guilty of the criminal activity. If there is no present court order for the warrant, it will remain in the police database. If a warrant does exist, a person can be arrested without a warrant by appearing at the courthouse and attempting to gain access to the criminal records.

Although many people assume that warrant records are public, they are not. They are considered private records. This means that the person requesting the records must follow certain rules to get them. The first step to getting them is to request the records from the court that issued the warrant. In some cases, the person can simply go to the police department and request the records. However, many people do not know how to go about obtaining these records.