|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1821)Craven County Police Departments|
|Craven County Detention Center Work Release||600 Alligator Road||Vanceboro||NC||28586||252-244-3072|
|Craven County Police Departments|
|Alcohol Law Enforcement District Ii - New Bern Station||1289 Colony Drive||New Bern||NC||28562||252-514-4720|
|City Of Havelock Police Department||2 Governmental Avenue||Havelock||NC||28532||252-447-3212|
|City Of New Bern Police Department||601 George Street||New Bern||NC||28560||252-672-4100|
|City Of Trent Woods Police Department||898 Chelsea Road||Trent Woods||NC||28562||252-637-9810|
|North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop A District Vi||2106 Neuse Boulevard||New Bern||NC||28560||252-514-4714|
|Town Of River Bend Police Department||45 Shoreline Drive||New Bern||NC||28562||252-638-1108|
|Town of Trent Woods Police||912 Country Club Drive||Trent Woods||NC||28562||252-637-3030|
|Vanceboro Police Department||7905 Main Street||Vanceboro||NC||28586||252-244-0440|
|Craven County Sheriff Departments|
|Craven County Sheriff's Office||1100 Clarks Road||New Bern||NC||28562||252-636-6620|
|Craven County Sheriff's Office||411 Craven Street||New Bern||NC||28560|
|Craven County Probation Department|
|Craven County Probation Department||413 Middle Street||New Bern||NC||28560||252-638-4944|
|Craven County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Craven County Arrest Warrants|
|Craven County Child Support Warrants|
|Craven County Criminal Records|
|Craven County Jail Records|
|Craven County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Craven County Sex Offender Registry|
|Craven County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Town of Trent Woods Website|
Knowing Your Warrant Records
What are warrants? In layman’s terms, a warrant is a legal document issued by a judge allowing law enforcement officials to arrest a person for an alleged crime. Warrants are one of the most serious charges that can be faced by an accused.
A warrant will only be issued in certain situations. If the person accused of the crime did not commit the crime, or if the crime did not occur in Craven County, North Carolina, then there may be warrants out for the person’s arrest. Warrant records, or criminal history records, are an important tool for law enforcement officials. When there are warrants out for a person’s arrest, they are notified that the person is being arrested and all their information will be turned over to the police.
Without this information, they would have no way of knowing how to proceed in terms of arresting the person. They would also be unable to determine whether the person is guilty or not. This could mean the difference between a person being let free or spending years in jail. Therefore, it is very important for a person to ensure that they are not on a warrant when leaving their home.
Warrant records are available online, but they are not free. A person can access these records for a fee through any number of online sites. However, these sites can charge anywhere from ten to twenty-five dollars per year, depending on which site you choose.
What should you do if you find yourself on a warrant? If you are being arrested for a crime, it is imperative that you know what you are being charged with and whether or not you have a warrant out for your arrest. If you are in doubt as to whether or not you do, then it is best that you just answer no to the question. There is nothing more worrisome than being caught with drugs, but this can cause more problems in your life than having a warrant out for your arrest. Therefore, it is imperative that you know if you do have a warrant and then find out how to clear your name.
If you do have a warrant, it is vital that you find out what penalties are associated with having a warrant. For instance, it can mean a person will spend more time in jail and have a large amount of fines added to their sentence. Also, a record of a warrant can show up on a person’s employment application. Therefore, if a potential employer discovers that a person has a warrant, they may deny you employment. Plus, if you are trying to rent an apartment, it can be grounds for eviction if a landlord discovers a warrant. Therefore, knowing what penalties are associated with a warrant can help protect your rights and can make sure that you do not get into situations where you are in danger of being harmed.