Brown County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1382)Brown County Police Departments
Aberdeen Police Department99 Main Cross StreetAberdeenOH45101937-795-2214
Brown County Police Departments
Fayetteville Police Department81 West Pike StreetFayettevilleOH45118513-875-3535
Georgetown Police Department108 East State StreetGeorgetownOH45121937-378-6400
Hamersville Police Department228 Bank StreetHamersvilleOH45130937-379-1745
Higginsport Police Department204 Jackson StreetHigginsportOH45131937-375-4115
Lake Waynoka Security1 Waynoka DriveSardiniaOH45171937-446-3214
Mount Orab Police Department100 South High StreetMount OrabOH45154937-444-2281
Ohio State Highway Patrol - Georgetown Patrol Post 89240 U.s. 68GeorgetownOH45121937-378-6192
Ripley Police Department123 Waterworks RoadRipleyOH45167937-392-4377
Russellville Police Department203 East Main StreetRussellvilleOH45168937-377-9129
Sardinia Police Department151 Maple AvenueSardiniaOH45171937-446-2640
Village Of Mount Orab Police Department211 South High StreetMount OrabOH45154937-444-2281
Brown County Sheriff Department
Brown County Sheriffs Office / Brown County Jail750 Mount Orab PikeGeorgetownOH45121937-378-4435
Brown County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Brown County Child Support Warrants
Brown County Jail Records
Brown County Sex Offender Registry
Brown County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search
Brown County Sheriff's Office Website

What is a Warrant and Why Would I Need to Search For Them?

Warrant Records in Brown County, Ohio are considered to be public record documents and anyone can access them. Performing a search is easy; you do not have to go to the courthouse or other records storage areas as there is an online database for this purpose. This online system can provide you with information about any person, including arrest records, outstanding warrants, jail records, sex offender records and many more. It is important that people who have access to this vital information have a way to protect themselves and others from potential harm. In this regard, the right to privacy is protected by law.

What exactly is a warrant? A warrant is an official request by a judge that allows law enforcement officials to arrest a person for a criminal offense. The judge has the power to issue a warrant if he or she believes it is necessary for safety; the warrant will specify the crime that the suspect is accused of so that police can arrest him. In some cases, if a defendant does not want to be arrested, the lawyer may petition the court to suppress the evidence if it would be admissible under the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Ohio has developed a well-functioning criminal records system since Bulletin Sec. 7 Toledo 2007. If you wish to view or check your warrant records, you need to visit the Criminal Court Office. The office is located in the City of Cleveland; its location is also posted on the City of Cleveland website. You can also contact the circuit court clerk of your county; they may be able to give you more information regarding their website or any other resources available on the internet. To access the full record, you should contact the clerk of court for the circuit court of your county; this is usually the fastest and easiest way to obtain any criminal information you want.

How are warrant records maintained? Warrants are processed at the county courthouse where the arrest was made. Arrest warrants are recorded in the county courthouse and are filed within its dockets. It will then be stored there until either served upon the individual who is the subject of the warrant (with their consent), surrendered to the police through arrest (by surrendering their weapons if permitted) or until the person’s warrant expires.

Are warrants public information? Yes, all criminal history records, even sex-offender registration, are made available to the public. These records are considered part of the public domain. However, before someone can access such records, they must generally have a valid reason, such as a need for information about an individual who has been convicted of a crime.

Search warrant records online today! You’ll be surprised by how quickly and easy it is. You’ll also save time and money; you’ll get instant results and never have to pay a third party a penny to conduct the search.