Orange County North Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1922)Orange County Police Departments
Carrboro Police Department100 North Greensboro StreetCarrboroNC27510919-968-7721
Orange County Police Departments
Chapel Hill Police Department828 Martin Luther King Junior BoulevardChapel HillNC27514919-968-2760
Hillsborough Police Department127 North Churton StreetHillsboroughNC27278919-732-9381
Hillsborough Police Department - Fairview Community Policing Center501 Rainey AvenueHillsboroughNC27278919-732-2441
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop D District V - Substation1201 U.s. 70HillsboroughNC27278919-732-2551
University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill Public Safety285 Manning DriveChapel HillNC27514919-962-8100
University Of North Carolina Hospital Police101 Manning DriveChapel HillNC27514919-966-3686
Orange County Sheriff Departments
Orange County Sheriff's Office144 East Margaret LaneHillsboroughNC27278919-644-3050
Orange County Sheriffs Office106 East Margaret LaneHillsboroughNC27278919-644-3050
Orange County Probation Department
Orange County Probation Department110 East King StreetHillsboroughNC27278919-245-2220
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Warrant Records in Orange County North Carolina

What are Warrant Records? Warrant Records are basically legal documents that a Warrant of Arrest is used to issue. When the person is arrested and they don’t show up for court, the Warrant is issued and remains in effect until the person shows up to their court date. The Warrant will state whether they had a reasonable cause to arrest the person.

Warrants are one of the most important records for a police officer to have. If a person is accused of a crime they must go to court, and if the person’s court date is not ready yet they are placed under arrest for the date. After they have been arrested the Warrant will be carried out and the person will be taken to jail where they will be booked and they will have to remain there until their court date.

In order to find out more information about a person’s Warrant, there are different resources. One of these resources is the local courthouse. Every county in the state of North Carolina has a courthouse; therefore if you want to find out more information about a person’s Warrant then you need to visit the courthouse where they were arrested. These records can tell you a lot about a person’s history, but they are not able to tell you whether they have been arrested for a crime or not.

Instead of visiting a courthouse you should access a Criminal Records Check website. By using this type of site you will be able to get much more detailed information than you would by going to a courthouse. There is even a resource available called “Mug Shot Check” which is able to tell you a person’s criminal record. You can even search for someone’s previous addresses and telephone numbers.

These types of criminal records can be extremely useful when it comes to tracing a person. For example if you suspect your partner of cheating on you then you could perform a background check on them to see if they have a criminal record. In addition many companies are conducting employment background checks. If you have a teenager at home who you think could become a danger then performing a search on them will allow you to see if they have a history of violence. The possibilities are endless with a criminal records check.

However it is important to bear in mind that most criminal records are sealed from public view. This means that it will be difficult for you to obtain access to them. Although having a Criminal Records Check on your prospective employees is a good idea it is not a legal requirement. If you have any doubts at all then you should contact a civil liberties attorney who is aware of the importance of these records.