Greene County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1515)Greene County Police Departments
Beavercreek Police Department1388 Research Park DriveDaytonOH45432937-426-1225
Greene County Police Departments
Bellbrook Police Department15 East Franklin StreetBellbrookOH45305937-848-8484
Cedarville Police Department14 East Xenia AvenueCedarvilleOH45314937-766-5205
Central State University Police1400 Brush Row RoadWilberforceOH45384937-376-6368
City Of Xenia Police Division101 North Detroit StreetXeniaOH45385937-376-7221
Fairborn Police Department70 West Hebble AvenueFairbornOH45324937-754-3067
Jamestown Police Department84 Seaman DriveJamestownOH45335937-675-4111
Ohio State Highway Patrol - Xenia Patrol Post 29517 Union RoadXeniaOH45385937-372-7671
Sugarcreek Township Police Department4398 Clyo RoadCentervilleOH45459937-848-6161
Wilberforce University Police Department1055 North Bickett RoadWilberforceOH45384937-708-5780
Wright State University Police Department3640 Colonel Glenn HighwayFairbornOH45324937-775-2056
Yellow Springs Police Department100 Dayton StreetYellow SpringsOH45387937-767-7206
Greene County Sheriff Department
Greene County Sheriffs Office120 East Main StreetXeniaOH45385937-562-4800
Greene County Probation Department
Greene County Probation Department45 North Detroit StreetXeniaOH45385937-562-5266
Greene County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Fairborn Municipal Court Records
Greene County Child Support Warrants
Greene County Clerk of Court Records
Greene County Corrections Division Website
Greene County Criminal Records
Greene County Jail Records
Greene County Offender Search
Greene County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Greene County Sex Offender Registry
Greene County Sheriff's Office Offender Search
Greene County Sheriff's Office Website
Kettering Police Department Logs
Kettering Police Department Website
Xenia City Government Court Records
Xenia Police Department Accident Reports

Warrant Records – What Are They and How Can I Access Them?

In Greene County, Ohio, warrants are documents filed with the clerk of court that authorize a law enforcement agent to temporarily detain someone on suspicion of criminal activity. These warrants often pertain to traffic violations like driving under the influence (DUI) and non-traffic violations like petty theft or shoplifting. People who are caught on warrants may be arrested without any notice or opportunity for an attorney to appear and defend their rights.

By searching online, anyone can get background information on someone by searching for a name and age. The person’s address and other background information can also be obtained. A person can even look up a person’s criminal history to see if they have had previous arrests or charges. This information is readily available in public record databases online. The internet does not have all of the data on warrants and arrests. However, it provides a means for someone to perform a search to see if they have warrants and how many they have.

Warrant records are not considered part of public domain, but they can be requested through a Freedom of Information Act request. The records are supposed to be free unless there is a legitimate reason why the government must charge for the records. The government must also prove that the public is actually being denied access to the records and that there is a genuine need to keep the information under wraps.

Before a person can obtain criminal records, they usually have to go through a background check. Most employers do perform a background check when they are considering hiring someone. This is because criminals will sometimes lie about their personal history to try to hide some type of criminal activity. Performing a background check can reveal whether a person has a criminal record and whether they lied about their prior criminal history.

Warrant records also show police activity in a person’s past. The fact that the person was arrested or prosecuted can help show why they should not be trusted. This can be a determining factor if a person needs to work with children or with the mentally ill. People who have been convicted of a crime are also more likely to be stopped by police because of this information.

Although it is possible to access warrant records for free, most people prefer to pay for this information. Paying for it allows a person to get as much information as they want from any place that they want. Most warrant records can be accessed online, but there are times when a person may have to contact the police in the area where they live and have them search the records from their local courthouse. Searching a person’s police records can be a good way of making sure that a person does not have a record that can be used against them.