|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1810)Warren County Police Departments|
|Carlisle Police Department||474 Fairview Drive||Carlisle||OH||45005||937-743-7728|
|Warren County Police Departments|
|City Of Mason Police Department||6000 Mason Montgomery Road||Mason||OH||45040||513-229-8560|
|Clear Creek Township Police Department||7593 Bunnell Hill Road||Springboro||OH||45066||937-748-1267|
|Franklin City Police Department||400 Anderson Street||Franklin||OH||45005||937-746-2882|
|Hamilton Township Police Department||7780 Ohio 48||Maineville||OH||45039||513-683-0538|
|Harveysburg Police Department||79 West Main Street||Harveysburg||OH||45032||513-897-9926|
|Harveysburg Police Department||10542 Ohio 73||Waynesville||OH||45068||513-897-9926|
|Lebanon Police Department||25 West Silver Street||Lebanon||OH||45036||513-932-2010|
|Maineville Police Department||8188 Ohio 48||Maineville||OH||45039||513-583-0048|
|Morrow Police Department||150 East Pike Street||Morrow||OH||45152||513-899-2211|
|Ohio State Highway Patrol - Lebanon Patrol Post||184 Nelson Road||Lebanon||OH||45036||513-932-4444|
|Springboro Police Department||320 West Central Avenue||Springboro||OH||45066||937-748-0611|
|Waynesville Police Department||1400 Lytle Road||Waynesville||OH||45068||513-897-8010|
|Warren County Sheriff Departments|
|Warren County Sheriffs Office - South Lebanon Post||103 West Forest Avenue||South Lebanon||OH||45065||513-494-1062|
|Warren County Sheriffs Office / Warren County Jail||550 Justice Drive||Lebanon||OH||45036||513-695-1280|
|Warren County Sheriffs Office Deerfield Township Post||3378 Townsley Drive||Loveland||OH||45140||513-697-2745|
|Warren County Probation Department|
|Warren County Probation Department||500 Justice Drive||Lebanon||OH||45036||513-261-1244|
|Warren County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|City of Lebanon Police Department Crash Reports|
|Clearcreek Township Crime Map|
|Franklin Municipal Court Records|
|Lebanon Municipal Court Records|
|Lebanon Municipal Court Records (Lebanon, Ohio)|
|Mason Municipal Court Records|
|Mason Municipal Court Records (Mason, Ohio)|
|Morrow Mayor's Court Records|
|South Lebanon Mayor's Court Records|
|Springboro Mayor's Court Records|
|Warren County Child Support Warrants|
|Warren County Clerk of Court Records|
|Warren County Court Records|
|Warren County Jail Records|
|Warren County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Warren County Probate Court Records|
|Warren County Sex Offender Registry|
|Warren County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Warren County Sheriff's Office Website|
The Best Way to Check For Criminal Activity on a Person’s Home Computer
Warren County is one of the most well known areas of central Ohio. It is a county seat of Warren, which is a city in northern Ohio’s Mahoning Valley. There are two major counties in the area: Warren and Ottawa. Each of these counties have a different police department, government offices, courts, fire departments, libraries, schools and more.
Warrant records are the files that contain information about any person who has been arrested for a criminal activity. This can include anything from simple misdemeanor charges to serious felonies. Warrant records show these arrests because they have been issued with a court order by a judge. The records will tell the arresting officers any details about the person that was arrested, including their names, addresses, ages and other personal information.
You might wonder how these records get stored. If a person is arrested for a crime in another jurisdiction, they are usually taken to the county where they were arrested. This may mean that the person’s home state police department would then have to find the records. In many cases this can take weeks or even months – and in some instances there will not be any records available at all.
For this reason, people often need to search for and obtain warrant records in a matter of hours rather than days. Warrant records are now easily accessible thanks to the internet. In fact, you can do a free search online to see if you can find any public information about the person that you’re looking for. This usually works because these records are entered into databases by the local police departments that own the records. The information is updated regularly as it comes in from various police departments.
If you have reason to believe that your partner or spouse may be having an affair, you can check to see if you can find out the person’s criminal activity using these records. If you have a person’s address, phone number, social security number or date of birth, you can use the information to run a criminal background check on them. This will let you know if they have had any past criminal activity, has been married and even if they have been divorced. You can also use these records to verify addresses of business contacts, friends, neighbors and anybody else with whom you feel suspicious.
In today’s world of high tech crime, it’s not surprising that the police and other law enforcement agencies access a person’s home computers to perform a wide array of criminal records checks. However, not all people’s home computers are wired up with the latest technology. This means that people’s hard drives are more vulnerable to being hacked into. A warrant can be easily obtained from the local police station without the person ever being aware that it was done.