Blaine County Oklahoma Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1229)Blaine County Police Departments
Canton Police Department112 North Washington AvenueCantonOK73724580-886-2424
Blaine County Police Departments
Geary Police Department118 Northwest 1st StreetGearyOK73040405-884-2167
Geary Police Department129 Northwest 5th StreetGearyOK73040405-884-2167
Longdale Police Department501 Ken Miller BlvdLongdaleOK73755580-274-3448
Okeene Police Department118 Madison AvenueOkeeneOK73763580-822-3031
Watonga Police Department119 East 1st StreetWatongaOK73772580-623-7355
Watonga Police Department115 East 1st StreetWatongaOK73772580-623-7355
Blaine County Sheriff Departments
Blaine County Sheriffs Office - Longdale Sub Station121 Ken Miller BoulevardLongdaleOK73755580-274-3375
Blaine County Sheriffs Office / Blaine County Jail205 North Burford AvenueWatongaOK73772580-623-5111
Blaine County Probation Department
Dewey County Probation Department117 Russworm DriveWatongaOK73772580-623-8675
Blaine County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Blaine County Child Support Warrants
Blaine County Criminal Records
Blaine County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Blaine County Sex Offender Registry
Blaine County Sheriff Website

How to Do a Warrant Records Search

Warrant Records in Blaine County Oklahoma are considered public information and all that is contained in them are public records. It is important to understand what they are, how they work, and where you can access them. The most basic definition of a warrant is an administrative request by a law enforcement agency for information that is believed to be relevant to an authorized investigation. Warrant records include the name of the person or persons, address of the location, and other pertinent information as directed by the judge or clerk in a warrant. If an arrest has been made, a warrant will be noted in the local newspaper and can be found online.

Warrant records state that any person who is arrested for a crime in Oklahoma and is taken into custody must give the arresting officer a copy of their legal papers. This copy can then be given to the department of state revenue so that they can forward it on to the court requesting the warrants. Warrant records state that if someone is arrested for suspicion of a crime, even if the arrest was not made by an officer, they must give the state revenue office a copy of the arrest warrant. Warrant records also state that a copy can only be given to law enforcement officials upon a request being made.

Warrant records are available online. If you are looking for criminal records of an individual in Oklahoma, you will first need to visit the Oklahoma Sate Revenue Department website. From there, you can search for criminal records that are available in state record databases. If you are searching for felony charges, you may want to visit the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation website to see if they have a record of the person.

Warrant records can show many different things about a person. For instance, they may show that the person has been convicted of theft. However, they may also reveal that the person has several other minor crimes such as drug possession or cultivation. Oftentimes, people with drug charges will be subjected to a thorough background check.

In order to find out more about a person’s history, you can perform a nationwide search using a national database known as a public records search. By doing this, you will be able to find out anything that is in your state, even if it is not in your hometown. Once you find a record of warrant, you will be able to see the crime that they were accused of, their exact charges, their offenses, and other important information. You will also have the ability to contact law enforcement authorities if there are additional warrants for their arrest.

Warrant records are considered public records by the government. However, the Oklahoma Sate Revenue Department and the FBI do keep records of these records, and anyone can access them for a fee. When you perform a nationwide search for warrants, you will be able to view everything about the person. This includes criminal records, outstanding arrest warrants, traffic tickets, jail records, and more. This is very beneficial if you are thinking about hiring someone to work at your business or for your family.