|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1615)Jefferson County Police Departments|
|Adena Police Department||170 West Main Street||Adena||OH||43901||740-546-3211|
|Jefferson County Police Departments|
|Bergholz Police Department||254 2nd Street||Bergholz||OH||43908||740-768-2200|
|Bloomingdale Police Department||101 East Steubenville Street||Bloomingdale||OH||43910||740-944-1623|
|Cross Creek Township Police Department||251 Airport Road||Toronto||OH||43964||740-264-0131|
|Cross Creek Township Police Department||600 Airport Road||Wintersville||OH||43953||740-264-0131|
|Dillonvale Police Department||135 School Street||Dillonvale||OH||43917||740-769-2170|
|Empire Police Department||151 Nessley Street||Empire||OH||43926||740-537-1802|
|Mingo Junction Police Department||501 Commercial Street||Mingo Junction||OH||43938||740-535-1113|
|Mount Pleasant Police Department||154 Concord Street||Mount Pleasant||OH||43939||740-769-2603|
|New Alexandria Police Department||501 Commercial Street||Mingo Junction||OH||43938||740-598-3588|
|Ohio State Highway Patrol - Steubenville Patrol Post 41||1377 Cadiz Road||Steubenville||OH||43953||740-264-1641|
|Rayland Police Department||195 Main Street||Rayland||OH||43943||740-859-6278|
|Richmond Police Department||37 West Main Street||Richmond||OH||43944||740-765-5372|
|Saline Township Police Department||County Highway 50 A||Hammondsville||OH||43932||330-532-1675|
|Saline Township Police Department||164 County Road 50||Hammondsville||OH||43930||330-532-1675|
|Smithfield Police Department||1347 Main Street||Smithfield||OH||43948||740-733-7815|
|Steubenville Police Department||123 South 3rd Street||Steubenville||OH||43952||740-283-6000|
|Stratton Police Department||36 3rd Avenue||Stratton||OH||43971||740-537-1524|
|Stratton Police Department||136 3rd Avenue||Stratton||OH||43961|
|Tiltonsville Police Department||222 Grandview Avenue||Tiltonsville||OH||43963||740-859-2730|
|Tiltonsville Police Department||123 Grandview Avenue||Tiltonsville||OH||43963||740-859-2730|
|Toronto Police Department||309 North 5th Street||Toronto||OH||43964||740-537-1591|
|Toronto Police Department||305 North 5th Street||Toronto||OH||43964|
|Wayne Township Police Department||188 Rainbow Drive||Bloomingdale||OH||43910||740-264-5932|
|Wells Township Police Department||409 Prospect Street||Brilliant||OH||43913||740-598-9602|
|Wintersville Police Department||200 Grove Street||Steubenville||OH||43953||740-264-5507|
|Yorkville Police Department||139 Market Street||Yorkville||OH||43971||740-859-2947|
|Jefferson County Sheriff Departments|
|Jefferson County Sheriffs Office / Jefferson County Jail||16001 Ohio 7||Steubenville||OH||43952||740-283-8600|
|Hancock County Sheriff's Office||102 North Court Street||Steubenville||OH||43952||304-564-4068|
|Jefferson County Probation Department|
|Jefferson County Probation Department||301 Market Street||Steubenville||OH||43952||740-283-8503|
|Jefferson County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Dillonvale Court of Common Pleas Court Records|
|Jefferson County Arrest Warrants|
|Jefferson County Child Support Warrants|
|Jefferson County Clerk of Court Records|
|Jefferson County Court of Common Pleas Court Records|
|Jefferson County Criminal Records|
|Jefferson County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Jefferson County Sex Offender Registry|
|Steubenville Municipal Court Records|
|Toronto County Court Records|
|Wintersville Court Records|
Warrant Records Search
What are warrants? Warrants are court orders that allow law enforcement officials to arrest a person for a specified crime, or let them into premises to execute a warrant. A warrant does not have to bear issued by a judge. Anyone can apply for a warrant either with their name, address, or no information at all.
Who gets arrested for warrants? Anyone can be arrested for warrant violations, even if they haven’t been accused of a crime. Warrant searches are used for a variety of purposes, such as investigating the activities of a missing child or stopping a drunk driver. Warrants can also be used to aid undercover police officers in catching people involved in illegal activities.
How are warrants stored? Warrant records are kept in two places: with state and federal records. Information from federal databases is more current than state records because federal databases are regularly updated. States usually update their records at certain intervals, such as once a year. The only exception is if the person’s whereabouts is unknown (as in the case of someone serving time for an outstanding warrant), then the state records are used instead.
How are warrant records found? Warrant records can be searched in a number of ways, including the local police department in your area or via the Internet. Most county courthouse websites offer warrant searches online. You can usually find information about a person’s record at the courthouse’s website, or search the records yourself using an online database.
How are records categorized? Records are sometimes grouped based on the person’s name, complete with details such as the address and employer. Other times, records are classified by location, date of arrest, or offense. In rare cases, some records are kept on file for future reference but have been erased by the person who committed the crime.
Are records free to access? Warrant records are public information. However, you may be able to access more information about a person by requesting an application from the county courthouse, stating why you need the records and containing full particulars of the crime or offense. You may also be able to get a copy of the original document via FAFSA or through an inter-state exchange. Depending on where you live, you should receive your records within five working days, depending on the traffic in your area.
What are the legal restrictions on obtaining a copy of a warrant? Many states severely restrict the types of records that are available to the public. Some states allow limited access to arrest records, while others severely restrict their disclosure even for investigative agencies. If you are in doubt of whether the information is available, contact the clerk of court in your county or state.
Can I get copies of warrant records? Yes, you can obtain copies of any record, even the original. There are laws in many states regarding public access to this type of information. However, it is important to note that even if you can get the records, the copy will not be entirely accurate. The original will be certified and may have additional information on arrest and booking reports.