|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1764)Portage County Police Departments|
|Aurora Police Department||100 South Aurora Road||Aurora||OH||44202||330-562-8181|
|Portage County Police Departments|
|Brady Lake Police Department||2123 Merrill Road||Ravenna||OH||44266||330-673-5332|
|Brimfield Township Police Department||1287 Tallmadge Road||Kent||OH||44240||330-673-7716|
|Garrettsville Police Department||8123 High Street||Garrettsville||OH||44231||330-527-2414|
|Geauga Lake Police Department||1060 North Aurora Road||Aurora||OH||44202||330-995-2150|
|Hiram Police Department||11617 Garfield Road||Hiram||OH||44234||330-569-3235|
|Kent Police Department||319 South Water Street||Kent||OH||44240||330-673-3221|
|Kent State University Police||500 East Main Street||Kent||OH||44242||330-672-3070|
|Mantua Police Department||4736 East High Street||Mantua||OH||44255||330-274-2251|
|Mantua Police Department||4650 West High Street||Mantua||OH||44255||330-274-2251|
|Mogadore Police Department||111 South Cleveland Avenue||Mogadore||OH||44260||330-633-4404|
|Ohio State Highway Patrol - Hiram Patrol Post 91||9196 Ohio 700||Windham||OH||44288||330-527-2168|
|Ohio State Highway Patrol - Ravenna Patrol Post 67||6259 Ohio 14||Ravenna||OH||44266||330-297-1441|
|Ravenna Police Department||220 South Park Way||Ravenna||OH||44266||330-296-6486|
|Robinson Memorial Hospital Police Department||6847 North Chestnut Street||Ravenna||OH||44266||330-297-4226|
|Streetsboro Police Department||2080 Ohio 303||Streetsboro||OH||44241||330-626-4976|
|Windham Police Department||9621 East Center Street||Windham||OH||44288||330-326-2211|
|Portage County Sheriff Department|
|Portage County Sheriff's Office||8240 Infirmary Road||Ravenna||OH||44266||330-678-7012|
|Portage County Probation Department|
|Portage County Probation Department||209 South Chestnut Street||Ravenna||OH||44266||330-297-3650|
|Portage County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Brimfield Police Department Crash Reports|
|Kent Police Department Crash Reports|
|Kent Police Department Daily Logs|
|Portage County Arrest Warrants|
|Portage County Child Support Warrants|
|Portage County Criminal Records|
|Portage County Government Court Records|
|Portage County Most Wanted|
|Portage County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Portage County Sex Offender Registry|
|Portage County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted Fugitives|
|Portage County Sheriff's Office Property Records|
|Streetsboro Police Department Crash Reports|
Warrant Records Search
Warrants are one of the most sensitive records that law enforcement agencies must maintain. It is a document, granted by a judge or otherwise, authorizing an individual or entity to intercept, seize, and disclose information that is relevant to the enforcement of a law. For example, if you were working as a banker and you were questioned about your financial transactions, you would most likely produce copies of any papers that contained bank information, including customer statements, to satisfy the request for information. The same goes for those involved in the manufacture and distribution of pharmaceuticals and other commercial products. If there is suspicion that a product is unsafe for human consumption, then it is necessary to produce documentation of the manufacturing process and control samples.
Warrant records can be used to track down anyone who has broken the law. In cases involving criminal activity, we need these documents to prove our innocence. In other instances, we use the documents to prevent the possibility of criminal activity from occurring. For example, many businesses store criminal background information on job applicants so that they are not hired if there is a history of violence or other criminal activity. Similarly, banks use these documents to determine whether or not to extend credit to individuals.
Warrant searches can be conducted both at the office and at the person’s home. Many times, a person who is arrested will have their warrant issued outside of the jurisdiction in which they are arrested. Such warrants are called “permanently” issued warrants. In such cases, the person’s home may be searched without their knowledge or permission. If they are in the area when the warrant is executed, they are usually given the opportunity to see the warrant before they are arrested.
In many instances, a person can “arrest” someone without a warrant being issued. This means that a person can be arrested based on an anonymous tip that states that a certain person has been committed by the police without actually having been arrested. In other cases, an anonymous tip that states that a person has been committed can lead a police officer to make an arrest without a warrant. These warrants are called “detainments” and are different from warrants, which are legal warrants issued under specific circumstances.
Warrant searches can be conducted by contacting the local courthouse or law enforcement agencies. In some counties, this is a private search, while in other counties it is part of the judicial process. Generally, it is relatively easy to locate someone’s arrest record. A person can usually access public records of warrants and arrests through a court order, although some circumstances such as traffic offenses will require a criminal attorney to do the search. Criminal lawyers are able to search a person’s criminal record to find out if they have any warrants issued against them.
If a person wants to conduct a search of their own, they can find out all of the relevant information from various court houses. Some require a fee for access, while others provide it free. In any case, there are usually records available. All of the relevant information can be used to find out whether a person has a warrant issued against them.