Athens County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1379)Athens County Police Departments
Athens City Police Department11 North College StreetAthensOH45701740-592-3315
Athens County Police Departments
Ohio Department Of Public Safety Investigative Unit - Athens District Office49 Johnson RoadThe PlainsOH45780740-797-2880
Ohio State Highway Patrol - Athens Patrol Post 513600 Della DriveAthensOH45701740-593-6611
Albany Police Department5358 West Clinton StreetAlbanyOH45710740-698-6127
Amesville Village Police Department18 MapleAmesvilleOH45711740-448-2411
Buchtell Police Department17710 North Akron AvenueNelsonvilleOH45764740-753-1036
Chauncey Police Department2 Plum StreetChaunceyOH45719740-797-4500
Coolville Marshal Office26319 Main StreetCoolvilleOH45723740-667-7347
Coolville Police Department26319 Main StreetCoolvilleOH45723740-667-7349
Glouster Police Department16 Front StreetGlousterOH45732740-767-3768
Glouster Police Department3 Cardaras DriveGlousterOH45732740-767-3768
Hocking Technical College Police3301 Hocking ParkwayNelsonvilleOH45764877-462-5464
Nelsonville Police Department211 Lake Hope DriveNelsonvilleOH45764740-753-1736
Ohio University Police Department88 University TerraceAthensOH45701740-593-1911
Athens County Sheriff Department
Athens County Sheriffs Office13 West Washington StreetAthensOH45701740-593-6633
Athens County FBI Offices
Athens Ohio FBI Office86 Columbus RoadAthensOH45701740-593-6473
Athens Ohio FBI Office449 East State StreetAthensOH45701740-593-6473
Athens Ohio FBI Office26 West Stimson AvenueAthensOH45701740-593-6473
Athens County Probation Department
Athens County Probation Department1005 East State StreetAthensOH45701740-593-3361
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Search For Ohio Warrant Records

Warrant Records are one of the most sensitive types of records. It is considered as a public record because it has to do with the person’s liberty and privacy. It serves as a permanent account of a person’s whereabouts and activities even if they are not arrested or put under arrest. It records the person’s word against his or her declaration.

Any person having a valid right of abode may submit an application for a warrant to the court. It is mostly issued by the judge based on the requirements and the nature of the crime committed. The purpose of the warrant is to provide extra security to the person concerned. The basic requirement that is necessary to get the record is that there should be some type of formal declaration from the person about the violations committed.

There are many reasons why the person should submit a warrant. First of all, it is to serve as evidence to show to the court that the person committed the crime. In other words, the person has to provide some evidence that he is the culprit and that he committed the crime. This is necessary to help the court in reaching its decision. If you want to avoid the hassle of going to court, then you can just submit your statement online to the court.

The Ohio court issues warrants based on the requirements provided by the state law. These requirements usually vary from state to state. The judge will consider the circumstances and then determine whether the person is guilty of the charges. In Ohio, the person’s driving privileges are suspended if he or she fails to appear in court as required. In other states, there are no restrictions about the possession of the warrant records.

In other states, a person may be asked to submit to fingerprinting and to submit written statements. This is usually done when the person has committed a felony. In this case, the judge will require the suspect to give his or her written statement or fingerprint. Once this is done, the fingerprints can be checked against the Ohio arrest warrant records to ensure that the person is not the culprit of the offense.

To conduct a search, you can use different methods. First, you can search the records from the county courthouse. You have to follow the prescribed procedure in order to get the warrant. In most counties, the process is simple and fast. Then, if you prefer to conduct the search online, the method is easy as well.