|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1340)Canadian County Police Departments|
|Calumet City Hall||118 Railroad 2||Calumet||OK||73014||405-893-2323|
|Canadian County Police Departments|
|Calumet Police Department||118 West 2nd Street||Calumet||OK||73014||405-826-2026|
|El Reno Police Department||116 North Evans Avenue||El Reno||OK||73036||405-262-6941|
|Mustang Police Department||650 East State Highway 152||Mustang||OK||73064||405-376-2488|
|Piedmont Police Department||325 North Piedmont Road||Yukon||OK||73099||405-373-1334|
|Piedmont Police Department||400 Edmond Road Northwest||Piedmont||OK||73078||405-373-1334|
|Union City Police Department||101 Elm Avenue||Union City||OK||73090||405-483-5020|
|Yukon Police Department||100 South Ranchwood Boulevard||Yukon||OK||73099||405-354-1711|
|Canadian County Sheriff Department|
|Canadian County Sheriffs Department||208 West Rogers Street||El Reno||OK||73036||405-262-3434|
|Canadian County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Canadian County Arrest Warrants|
|Canadian County Child Support Warrants|
|Canadian County Criminal Records|
|Canadian County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Canadian County Sex Offender Registry|
|Canadian County Sheriff's Office Website|
|City of Mustang Court Records|
|Oklahoma City Police Department Website|
The Main Purpose Of Warrant Records
Warrant Records are basically court files that contain information about a person’s arrest for a crime or criminal offence. These documents serve as an official document from the court which describes the person’s arrest, reasons for arrest, and other relevant details. Warrant Records are kept in two places; state and county. The state keep these records while county keep these records in their respective counties.
In warrant records, there is a copy of the warrant that was filed by the judge who issued the arrest warrant. After the warrant has been filed, a copy of the warrant can be produced to the accused person. A copy of the warrant along with the person’s identity must be handed over to him at the time of arrest.
Warrant Records in Canadian County Oklahoma are maintained manually. In such cases, an agent from the local police department is called to verify if the person really has been arrested. If not, then an application is filed to have the warrant cancelled. After this, the person can be arrested without any warrant. Thereafter, the process starts all over again.
If there is no arrest warrant against the person, then it is easy to get a copy of the warrant. For this, the person is required to go to the Oklahoma Sate Record Office and obtain a Verification of Service Certificate. This verification is needed in order to have a valid copy of a warrant. It is then returned to the Department of Public Safety where it is stored until it is processed. When the verification is completed, the record is provided to the person.
Warrant records in Canadian County Oklahoma are easily accessible because of the freedom of access laws. It is therefore easy to get the records of a person who is on parole or is on probation. All one needs to do is to make an application to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. The request is to obtain information on the person who is wanted for questioning. However, it is not free and there is a nominal charge for accessing these records.
Warrant records in Canadian County Oklahoma are basically used by the law enforcement agencies and judicial authorities for investigation purposes. The fact that the person’s name has been enlisted in the national sex offender’s registry makes it all the more essential for the agencies to get hold of the person’s criminal record. With this, they are able to protect themselves as well as their communities. Therefore, this is just one reason why a warrant is important in the country.