Logan County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1620)Logan County Police Departments
Logan County Juvenile Detention Center104 South Madriver StreetBellefontaineOH43311937-593-9513
Logan County Police Departments
Bellefontaine Police Department135 North Detroit StreetBellefontaineOH43311937-599-1010
Degraff Police Department107 North Main StreetDe GraffOH43318937-585-6632
Lakeview Police Department130 North Main StreetLakeviewOH43331937-843-3092
Russells Point Police Department433 Ohio 708Russells PointOH43348937-843-2245
West Liberty Police Department201 North Detroit StreetWest LibertyOH43357304-234-3661
West Liberty Police Department112 East Columbus StreetWest LibertyOH43357937-465-2801
Logan County Sheriff Department
Logan County Sheriffs Office / Logan County Jail284 County Road 32 SouthBellefontaineOH43311937-592-5731
Logan County FBI Office
Bellefontaine Ohio FBI Office1413 South Main StreetBellefontaineOH43311513-421-4310
Logan County Probation Department
Logan County Probation Department111 South Madriver StreetBellefontaineOH43311937-592-5105
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Ohio Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Logan County Ohio

Warrant Records in Logan County, OH are maintained by the county. These records contain all the details of a person who has been arrested for some type of criminal offense. If you are in need of these records, you can either visit the courthouse or request them online. Both of these methods are perfectly acceptable.

The records are normally maintained for 90 days and are then given to the person you are requesting. If you would like to view all the available records on that person, you can also make a request through mail. This option is only valid if you are going to be staying in the region where this person lives. Otherwise, you will have to go down town to retrieve it. To make your request, you will need to present a form with your personal details on it. Make sure to submit this to the concerned departments as well as the county itself.

Criminal records in Ohio are different than those in other states. Before the Freedom of Information Act was introduced, these records were almost inaccessible to the general public. Only government agencies and universities were allowed to access such files. These days, however, more organizations are making these documents publicly available.

One of the requirements of a person applying for records is proof that they are who they say they are. This proof can be in the form of a signed identity card, an employment certificate, or a birth certificate. If a person provides such records, the judge will then allow them access to the record. However, if they cannot provide such documents, then you will not be allowed access to any criminal records. This is one way of ensuring that you do not get involved in any wrongdoings by hiring the wrong person.

There are many places where you can find criminal records in Ohio. They are all over the state, and you may have to travel a bit to reach them. For example, you can go down to the local court house or county courthouse to retrieve the information.

You will find that most warrants will last up to six months. They will lapse if the person fails to show up for their court date. However, warrants will still remain even if the person has already failed to appear. In such cases, the court will issue a bench warrant for your arrest. The warrant will be visible in the courthouse, but will not be found on you.