|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1393)Darke County Police Departments|
|Ansonia Police Department||202 North Main Street||Ansonia||OH||45303||937-337-7191|
|Darke County Police Departments|
|Ansonia Police Department||108 West Canal Street||Ansonia||OH||45303|
|Arcanum Police Department||104 West South Street||Arcanum||OH||45304||937-692-8121|
|Bradford Police Department||115 North Miami Avenue||Bradford||OH||45308||937-448-2411|
|Greenville Police Department||122 West Main Street||Greenville||OH||45331||937-548-1103|
|New Madison Police Department||124 Harrison Street||New Madison||OH||45346||937-996-0298|
|Union City Police Department||401 East Elm Street||Union City||OH||45390||937-968-7744|
|Versailles Police Department||6 South Center Street||Versailles||OH||45380||937-526-3712|
|Darke County Sheriff Department|
|Darke County Sheriffs Office / Darke County Jail||5185 County Home Road||Greenville||OH||45331||937-548-3399|
|Darke County Probation Department|
|Darke County Probation Department||504 South Broadway Street||Greenville||OH||45331||937-547-7330|
|Darke County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Darke County Child Support Warrants|
|Darke County Criminal Records|
|Darke County Government Court Records|
|Darke County Most Wanted|
|Darke County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Darke County Probate/Juvenile Court Records|
|Darke County Sex Offender Registry|
|Darke County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Darke County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search|
|Darke County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Darke County Sheriff's Office Website (Ohio)|
How to Search For Ohio’s Warrant Records
The most familiar definition of a warrant refers to official documents that allow law enforcement officials to search and seize someone for the purposes of locating, identifying, and apprehending suspects. Warrants are typically issued by a judge in order to aid law enforcement officials in investigating and apprehending criminals. However, warrants do much more than identify and arrest suspects. They give police officers an authorization to arrest the suspect on suspicion of wrongdoing.
In Darke County, warrants are used for various reasons. Darke County Probate has data available from Ohio’s Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections regarding warrants. This information is important to the legal process of serving arrest warrants and retrieving them once they have been issued. Because warrants are used as a method to identify repeat offenders, it is important that the community know how to find and access this vital public record.
Many people assume that they can conduct their own search for Ohio’s Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections’ records. However, this is not a practical option. Warrant records are maintained by the state. Because the state holds and accesses these records, it can be difficult for the individual to search this information online.
Instead of going to the DOC, many people opt to search online to try and locate a person’s record. The problem with this approach is that not all records in Ohio are stored electronically. Some records are paper-based. These are easier to locate because they can be located under a person’s name in a court house, or at the county courthouse. However, if the person is convicted of a felony within the jurisdiction, his or her conviction records will be stored electronically. This can make it very difficult to search for a person’s records online.
For those who are trying to locate records of a person who has been dead, it may be more difficult to track down certain records. If no one knows where the person who is missing has been, it becomes even more difficult to do a thorough search. The only reliable way to find out more information is to utilize a professional investigative service. They can perform a background check on an individual with minimal effort. The fee that they charge will be minimal compared to what it would take to locate the record using other methods.
The cost of hiring one of these companies to retrieve the person’s criminal history records is minimal compared to the cost of not doing a complete background check. When the person’s background is reported to the central state police department, they will perform an investigation to see if there are warrants out for the person’s arrest. If a warrant is detected, the police department will notify the courts that there is a pending arrest warrant out for the person.