Wood County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1814)Wood County Police Departments
Northwood Police Department6000 Wales RoadNorthwoodOH43619419-691-5053
Wood County Police Departments
Wood County Park District18729 Mercer RoadBowling GreenOH43402419-353-1897
Bloomdale Police Department404 South Main StreetBloomdaleOH44817419-454-6503
Bloomdale Police Department102 North Maple StreetBloomdaleOH44817419-454-6503
Bowling Green Animal Control175 West Wooster StreetBowling GreenOH43402419-352-2571
Bowling Green Police Division175 West Wooster StreetBowling GreenOH43402419-352-8775
Bowling Green State University Police Department715 East Leroy AvenueBowling GreenOH43403419-372-2346
Bradner Police Department130 North Main StreetBradnerOH43406419-288-2222
Haskins Police Department100 North Church StreetHaskinsOH43525419-823-1130
Lake Township Police Department27975 Cummings RoadMillburyOH43447419-838-6651
Luckey Police Department226 Main StreetLuckeyOH43443419-833-3392
North Baltimore Police Department203 North Main StreetNorth BaltimoreOH45872419-257-2181
Ohio State Highway Patrol - Bowling Green12891 Middleton PikeBowling GreenOH43402419-352-2481
Pemberville Police Department117 East Front StreetPerrysburgOH43551419-287-3250
Perrysburg Police Division330 Walnut StreetPerrysburgOH43551419-872-8001
Perrysburg Township Police Department26711 Lime City RoadPerrysburgOH43551419-874-3551
Portage Police Department110 West Walnut StreetPortageOH43451419-686-8103
Risingsun Police Department420 Main StreetRisingsunOH43534419-457-4550
Rossford Police Department99 Hillsdale AvenueRossfordOH43460419-666-7390
Village Of Wayne Police Department125 Schoolhouse StreetWayneOH43466419-288-2777
Walbridge Police Department111 North Main StreetWalbridgeOH43465419-666-1830
West Millgrove Police Department4678 Sandusky StreetWest MillgroveOH43467419-288-3333
Wood County Sheriff Department
Wood County Sheriffs Office / Wood County Justice Center1960 East Gypsy Lane RoadBowling GreenOH43402419-354-9001
Wood County Probation Department
Wood County Probation Department1 Court House SquareBowling GreenOH43402419-354-9201
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What Are Warrant Records?

What are warrants? Warrant is a legal term that means to serve a law or to arrest. Warrants are documents that allow police officers to arrest a person if the warrant is found on them. This lets the person know that they are being arrested and put in jail. Warrants are usually issued by judges when people go to trial.

In Ohio, the records department keeps the records. To search for records, you can go to the county recorder’s office in your area. But you may need an application since it will require some information from you. The details are your personal information, name, birth date, social security number, address, contact numbers etc. This can take some time so it is best to apply for your records online.

You may have to fill out some information regarding the person’s criminal history and other pertinent records. Afterward, the clerk will inform you if the records are available or not. Usually, the records are available for seven days.

Searching for a person’s criminal records is easy. First, search the records online by using Google, Yahoo or any other search engine. You may be required to pay a token fee for each search. Then, copy all the information one by one and present it to the records office. They will perform a check to make sure that the person’s name is not listed in any database. However, they might give you an assurance that the person is not a registered sex offender.

There is also another option. You can search the person’s name through the National Sex Offender Registry. However, you must first fill up an application stating the reasons why you want the warrant. Usually, the application is free and takes about 45 minutes to submit.

A warrant can be issued if the court finds there is a real and present danger to the public from the named defendant. There should be justifiable cause for issuing the warrant. The warrant will specify the date of issuance. It will also mention the crime the defendant is alleged to have committed. A person who receives a copy of a warrant has thirty days to turn himself in to law enforcement authorities or the police.

In some instances, the person named on the warrant does not commit the crime but is accused of the same crime. In this case, his name will not be included on the court’s records. So if you are checking out someone’s background, you may not find out whether he was actually convicted of the crime. The records only list the accusations.

Warranties entered into a public record are accessible to anyone who requests them. They can be accessed online or by hand. Obtaining a copy of a warrant is also usually free. However, if the person you are checking out is an offender, his name will also remain in the system.