Wayne County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1812)Wayne County Police Departments
University Of Akron Wayne College Campus Police1901 Smucker RoadOrrvilleOH44667330-684-8910
Wayne County Police Departments
Apple Creek Police Department63 East Main StreetApple CreekOH44606330-698-5811
Creston Police Department120 Brooklyn AvenueCrestonOH44217330-435-6534
Dalton Police Department221 West Main StreetDaltonOH44618330-828-8877
Doylestown Police Department24 South Portage StreetDoylestownOH44230330-658-6582
Doylestown Police Department20 South Portage StreetDoylestownOH44230330-658-6582
Marshallville Police Department7 North Main StreetMarshallvilleOH44645330-855-2491
Medway Drug Enforcement Agency201 West North StreetWoosterOH44691330-262-0064
Mount Eaton Police Department15958 East Main StreetMount EatonOH44659330-359-3333
Ohio State Highway Patrol - Wooster Post1786 Dover RoadWoosterOH44691330-264-0575
Ohio State University Police1328 Dover RoadWoosterOH44691330-287-0111
Orrville Police Department207 North Main StreetOrrvilleOH44667330-684-5025
Rittman Police Department33 East Ohio AvenueRittmanOH44270330-927-1551
Shreve Police Department150 West McConkey StreetShreveOH44676
Shreve Village Police Department170 West McConkey StreetShreveOH44676330-567-2600
Smithville Police Department207 West Main StreetSmithvilleOH44677330-669-3471
West Salem Police Department27 South Main StreetWest SalemOH44287419-853-4440
West Salem Police Department99 East Buckeye StreetWest SalemOH44287419-853-4440
Wooster Police Department201 West North StreetWoosterOH44691330-287-5700
Wayne County Sheriff Department
Wayne County Sheriffs Office / Wayne County Jail201 West North StreetWoosterOH44691330-287-5750
Wayne County Probation Department
Wayne County Probation Department215 North Grant StreetWoosterOH44691330-287-5672
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The Basics of Warrant Records

Warrant Records are an important piece of public record and as they say, they’re always in demand. What does a warrant mean? Simply put, a warrant is a court order that authorizes a law enforcement officer to arrest and detain a person for a specified crime. In other words, if a person is suspected of a crime, the police will apply for a warrant to the circuit court judge “to see if there’s probable cause to believe the suspect committed the crime”. The court then grants the warrant which enables the officers to arrest and detain the person.

What should you do if you’re arrested for a warrant? If you have no idea how to locate your record, there are 2 options. The first option is to go down to the court house or county clerk office and search the arrest warrant. You’ll be able to find this if you go down in the courthouses that are located in the area where the crime occurred. If you have access to a computer with internet, you can try searching online for your record. Typically, any public record database will be able to produce your records.

What if your record doesn’t exist or isn’t updated? Another option is to utilize an agency that maintains these databases on a daily basis. Using one of these companies should enable you to obtain a person’s name, address, and any other information that is related to their case.

Can you get a copy of a criminal record of someone else? Yes, you can. Just because you have never been arrested before doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be able to view another persons criminal record. If you can’t locate this kind of information online, many local sheriff’s department and judicial courts will provide this service to their citizens for a small fee. This should provide you with all of the information that you require to catch a bad apple.

Can you get a copy of a warrant for a specific person? Yes, you can. Even if you don’t know the person’s name, you can still obtain a copy of a warrant. In most cases, a warrant will be issued based upon a crime that was committed in your state. However, some warrants may also be issued based upon crimes that were committed outside of your state.

How are warrant records determined? Warrant records are basically where a government official has determined that a person has committed a criminal offense. This offense will be detailed in a criminal record report. If you do a Google search for warrant records, you will be able to find out how common warrants are, how they are applied for, and what information is contained within them. Some reports only show the name and state that the person lived in at the time of the offense, while others will show more information. In some cases, criminal record reports will reveal more than just the name of the person accused of the crime.