|(1529)McLean County Criminal Records & Warrants Office
|Mclean County Sheriffs Department
|709 6th Avenue
|McLean County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
|McLean County Child Support Warrants
|McLean County Criminal Records
|McLean County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
|McLean County Sex Offender Registry Database
|McLean County Sex Offender Search
|McLean County Sheriff's Office Website
The Different Ways Warrant Records Are Viewed
Warrant Records in McLean County North Dakota are maintained by the sheriff. To access the records, you will need a name, date of birth and social security number. If there is an outstanding warrant out for your person’s arrest, they will be listed. The person’s criminal record will also appear. If this is the first time you are searching through the records, you may find it helpful to look at the county’s website.
The records will give you information on a person’s criminal history. You can also view court cases that have been filed against the person. This is not only a convenience, but also helps you if you have children or a grandchildren. A person’s public records are also very important if you are looking to move into a new area and want to know if there are any reports against any other neighbors.
Some people think that having a warrant out for their arrest can prevent them from buying, renting or even working in a particular area. In the state of North Dakota, you can have a warrant check if you wish to do so. You will be asked for the person’s full legal name and birth date. You will then be given a blank warrant that must be filled out with the law enforcement agency.
Warrant records include much more than just names and dates. You can learn the person’s address history, if they have been arrested at any point and how many times. If a person has lived in Mc Lean since 1980, their criminal background will be available. The same holds true if a person has lived in the area for more than 10 years.
In some cases, the person’s criminal record may be expunged. If a person has been convicted of a crime, their conviction may be sealed from the public records. In other situations, the records are expunged because the person has served time in jail or prison and is no longer a risk to the community. The person can file for expungement, which can go on their record for up to ten years.
In the event that a person does not have any criminal records and is hired, a background check may be run through the company the person is working for. This will include a search of local arrest records. It will also search for any warrants that were active during the interviewing process. By checking these records before signing a contract, you can rest assured that the person you are about to hire is free of any criminal or warrant records.