Granville County North Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1860)Granville County Police Departments
Butner Public Safety611 Central AvenueButnerNC27509919-575-6562
Granville County Police Departments
City Of Creedmoor Police Department111 Masonic StreetCreedmoorNC27522919-528-1515
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop C District Vii - Substation100 Providence RoadOxfordNC27565919-693-2134
Oxford Police Department204 East McClanahan StreetOxfordNC27565919-693-3161
Stem City Police Department102 West Tally Ho RoadStemNC27581919-528-1302
Stovall City Police Department107 Main StreetStovallNC27582919-693-4646
Granville County Sheriff Departments
Granville County Sheriffs Department - South Administration Building1546 South Campus DriveCreedmoorNC27522919-528-9489
Granville County Sheriffs Department / Granville County Detention Center143 Williamsboro StreetOxfordNC27565919-693-3213
Granville County Probation Department
Granville County Probation Department208 Wall StreetOxfordNC27565919-693-3261
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The Basics About Warrant Records

Warrant Records are considered to be public information in Granville County, North Carolina. If you are interested in retrieving your Granville County warrant records you will first need to obtain a copy of your warrant from the courthouse in your county. The clerk will give you a paper copy via mail that does not have a record of your name on it. In some cases a warrant may be fake however and should not be trusted.

Once you have obtained your Granville County warrant, you will need to go to the right courthouse for the information. You can also perform an online search for your Granville County warrant records. Most of the warrants listed in these databases have already been marked as “public information”. This means that you will not have to pay any fees to access this public information. This means that you will not have to fight with any county clerk over obtaining the information.

You will want to check to see if your warrant is active. In some instances a warrant may be inactive because the person who applied for it has died or the crime was not committed. This is why there are so many people who do not even realize that they are on a criminal record. You should always run a background check before applying to ensure that your potential future employers can see that you have no history of criminal activity.

There is a national program that allows you to search for criminal records from any US county at one time. All you need to do is provide the county that you want to search in with the national database and you can get the information that you require within a matter of minutes. This can save you a lot of time when you need to perform a background check on a potential applicant. It can also help you to keep up with your own criminal records.

Warrant Records are available to any member of the public. The only requirements are that you can provide the name of the person who is accused of the crime itself in order to get the records. If there are additional details that the police or other law enforcement agents need then you may have to pay a small fee. You can also request the records from state courts.

You should also keep in mind that these records are not meant to be used for something illegal. There are various situations where these types of records would be very helpful. They may be able to show you if you are really planning to commit a crime or if you have any prior arrests. This can help you plan ahead of time as well. You may also find out about traffic tickets or other violations that you have had in the past.