Guernsey County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Guernsey County Police Departments
Cambridge Police Department601 Southgate ParkwayCambridgeOH43725740-439-4431
Ohio State Highway Patrol - Cambridge Post7501 Glenn HighwayCambridgeOH43725740-439-1388
Senecaville Police Department201 South High StreetSenecavilleOH43780740-685-8279
Southeastern Narcotics Team Task Force601 Southgate ParkwayCambridgeOH43725740-439-5226
Guernsey County Sheriff Department
Guernsey County Sheriffs Department / Guernsey County Jail601 Southgate ParkwayCambridgeOH43725740-439-4455
Guernsey County FBI Office
Cambridge Ohio FBI Office1225 Woodlawn AvenueCambridgeOH43725740-432-7416
Guernsey County Probation Department
Guernsey County Probation Department801 East Wheeling AvenueCambridgeOH43725740-432-9255
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Byesville Police Department211 Watson AvenueByesvilleOH43723740-685-2121

Warrant Records – What is a Warrant?

What are Warrant Records? Well, a Warrant is an arrest warrant or court order that gives permission for a person to be arrested. This warrant can only be issued if the arresting officer believes there is probable cause to do so. In other words, if you are arrested because your cousin robbed the store, the record does not have anything to do with whether or not you are guilty of the crime.

What is considered a Warrant? A record is considered a Warrant when there is an arrest warrant out for an individual. It will contain the name of the person accused of the warrant along with the crime he was arrested for. The record will also show the date of arrest and where it was issued. It will have the exact phrase that states that the person arrested has committed the crime. If you are arrested because you were speeding, you will have a speeding ticket on your record – even though you might not have actually been driving while under the influence.

How are Warrant Records Treated? Warrant records are not released or made public. Because they are not considered to be public records, the court that issued the warrant will not allow them to be searched by anyone else. There are three different types of warrants – criminal, arrest, and sex offender.

Who can access a Warrant Records? People with a need to look up a person’s records can use the clerk’s office in the county the person was arrested or convicted. It is not possible for someone to get a copy through the internet. The information cannot be downloaded from a website and will not allow a direct link to a record from the website.

How do I Access the Warrant Records? By using the official website of the county where the warrant was filed, you can view and download the results. You will also be able to see any correspondence regarding the case. If you need more information, you can contact the clerk’s office directly.

What can I use the information on the Warrant Records? While the records have certain information that can be used by the public, they are not intended for public viewing. To retrieve the details, a person can visit the official website or call the clerk’s office to obtain the details. If you are looking up a person’s arrest record, birth certificate, divorce decree, etc, you will need to go to the correct government agency. For more detailed information, you may contact the individual.