|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1769)Sandusky County Police Departments|
|Bellevue Police Department||3000 Seneca Industrial Parkway||Bellevue||OH||44811||419-483-4444|
|Sandusky County Police Departments|
|Clyde Police Department||222 North Main Street||Clyde||OH||43410||419-547-9555|
|Fremont Police Department||1141 West State Street||Fremont||OH||43420||419-332-6464|
|Gibsonburg Police Department||214 West Madison Street||Gibsonburg||OH||43431||419-637-2142|
|Ohio State Highway Patrol - Fremont Patrol Post 72||2226 Commerce Drive||Fremont||OH||43420||419-332-8246|
|Woodville Police Department||219 West Main Street||Woodville||OH||43469||419-849-2211|
|Sandusky County Sheriff Department|
|Sandusky County Sheriff's Office||2323 Countryside Drive||Fremont||OH||43420||419-332-2613|
|Sandusky County FBI Office|
|Helena Ohio FBI Office||3875 U.s. 6||Helena||OH||43435||419-638-5008|
|Sandusky County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Clyde Police Department Crash Reports|
|Clyde Police Department Logs|
|Sandusky County Arrest Warrants|
|Sandusky County Child Support Warrants|
|Sandusky County Court Clerk's Office Court Records|
|Sandusky County Jail Records|
|Sandusky County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Sandusky County Sex Offender Registry|
|Sandusky County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Sandusky County Sheriff's Sales|
Accessing Criminal Records – Protect Your Property and Your Employees
Warrant Records are an important part of every public record, and in Ohio, they are kept in the court house or in the county seat where the crime occurred. In most counties, the Warrant Records are kept at the Public Access Registry under the title “Warrant of Arrest.” Ohio law states that these records should be open to the general public unless they contain personal information not intended to be released to the public. These include name, address, and service status, but may also include bank account numbers, tax liens and judgments if applicable.
Warrant Records have historically been used to aid police departments and other law enforcement agencies with the easy accessibility of criminal history information on people. Today, they serve a much more different purpose. They are used to aid in the easy accessibility of criminal records for employers, landlords, tenants, and anyone else with an interest in how a person has lived his or her life. By taking a simple criminal background check through the Ohio Vital Records Registry, you can find out exactly what criminal activities your prospective tenant has been involved with and the level of criminal activity they are considered to be involved in by their own actions.
There’s no need to contact the local courthouse to request the criminal history of a prospective new roommate or apartment landlord. You can utilize a private detective to discover this type of information quickly and easily. Using an online service is much faster and easier than running down to the courthouse and wait in line for hours.
When searching for this type of information, it’s wise to find a reliable online service that will give you comprehensive information without having to pay for each individual record individually. This can save time and money and is a far more efficient and reliable process. One option is to visit a website that will return results for a small fee. Once you’ve found the individual records that you need, you’ll have the ability to see the nature of the criminal activity involved and the level of criminal activity that the person may have engaged in the past. This is helpful when evaluating potential employees and when considering hiring individuals to work in sensitive positions.
Obtaining a copy of a persons criminal history is vital in making sure that you will not have any safety issues concerning this individual in the future. If you run a business, hiring someone to work at your company could mean having access to this type of personal information. The same is true if you have rental properties. If you have tenants, conducting background checks on them can help prevent rentals problems later.
A person should never be placed in a situation where they have no way of verifying the background of any prospective employee or landlord. The warrant records will allow you to protect yourself and your property by assessing the character of the people around you. It doesn’t matter whether you are running a large business or a small family rental property, you want to make sure that you don’t put your property and your employees at risk by hiring a person with a criminal past. Warrant records will allow you to be a proactive landlord or business owner by checking the character of your future tenants. This can make the difference between a safe property management and a dangerous one.