Randolph County North Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1930)Randolph County Police Departments
Randolph Community College Police Department629 Industrial Park AvenueAsheboroNC27205336-633-0200
Randolph County Police Departments
Asheboro Police Department205 East Academy StreetAsheboroNC27203336-626-1300
City Of Archdale Police Department305 Balfour DriveArchdaleNC27263336-434-3134
City Of Liberty Police Department451 West Swannanoa AvenueLibertyNC27298336-622-9053
City Of Randleman Police Department101 Hilliary StreetRandlemanNC27317336-495-7510
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop D District Vi2754 US Highway 220 Business SouthAsheboroNC27205336-629-1991
Ramseur Police Department724 Liberty StreetRamseurNC27316336-824-8663
Randleman Police Department100 Hilliary StreetRandlemanNC27317336-495-7510
Seagrove Police Department - Headquarters122 East Main StreetSeagroveNC27341336-873-7307
Town Of Ramseur Police Department741 Liberty StreetRamseurNC27316336-824-8663
Randolph County Sheriff Departments
Randolph County Sheriffs Department727 McDowell RoadAsheboroNC27205336-318-6699
Randolph County Sheriffs Department Substation402 Balfour DriveArchdaleNC27263336-318-6699
Randolph County Probation Department
Randolph County Probation Department147 Worth StreetAsheboroNC27203336-629-4420
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How to Search For People’s Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Randolph County North Carolina are available for public perusal. All fifty states in the United States are covered by this record system. They provide useful information that pertains to criminal records, parole records, inmate records and more. Perjury and libel are two categories of criminal records that are commonly referred to in these warrant applications. People who seek employment in Randolph County or are concerned about the safety of a family member should take a moment to learn about the arrest and prosecution records for this county.

When a person is arrested, the Warrant of Commitment is issued. It provides the legal authority for police officers to search and seize a person when they have been arrested on suspicion of a crime. If the person does not have proper identification, the Warrant will specify that the person is to be arrested without any personal information. There are usually three types of warrants in North Carolina: standard, special and indictable.

The standard warrant is the most common in North Carolina. This type of warrant is granted when the person is suspected of violating a state statute. When there is reason to believe that the person has committed a crime in another state, the warrant will also specify that the person cannot enter North Carolina while the warrant is in effect. The record of the person’s arrest will appear in local criminal records.

A special warrant is different than a standard warrant. They are more difficult to get and require a higher degree of evidence to justify the arrest. A special warrant can only be used if there is probable cause to believe the person has committed a crime outside of the state. There are no warrant records available for people who are not accused of any crimes.

Another option is to use the Nisqually National Sex Offender Registry. If the person you are investigating has been convicted of a sex offense in another state, you can search for their name and if they have been convicted, their present location and address. However, if the person you are investigating has not been convicted of a sex offense anywhere else in the country, you will not be able to obtain the person’s warrant records.

Warrant records are available to law enforcement officials as well as the public. You can search for warrants by person’s name or any term that describes the crime that the person has been accused of. If you need more information about the person’s warrant, you can get an Individual Warrant or a grand jury warrant. In some instances, there may be additional charges required before you can obtain the records.