|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1489)Garvin County Police Departments|
|Elmore City Police Department||102 East E Street||Elmore City||OK||73433||580-788-2816|
|Garvin County Police Departments|
|Elmore City Police Department||106 Main Street||Elmore City||OK||73433||580-788-2816|
|Lindsay Police Department||101 East Kiowa Street||Lindsay||OK||73052||405-756-4481|
|Maysville Police Department||510 Main Street||Maysville||OK||73057||405-867-4447|
|Paoli Police Department||406 West Davis Street||Paoli||OK||73074||405-484-7599|
|Pauls Valley Police Department||400 West Paul Avenue||Pauls Valley||OK||73075||405-238-5531|
|Pauls Valley Police Department||215 North Walnut Street||Pauls Valley||OK||73075||405-238-5531|
|Stratford Police Department||230 South Hyden Avenue||Stratford||OK||74872||580-759-2371|
|Stratford Police Department||110 East Main Street||Stratford||OK||74872||580-759-2371|
|Wynnewood Police Department||117 East Kerr Boulevard||Wynnewood||OK||73098||405-665-4360|
|Garvin County Sheriff Department|
|Garvin County Sheriffs Office / Garvin County Jail||201 West Grant Avenue||Pauls Valley||OK||73075||405-238-7591|
|Garvin County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Garvin County Sheriff Website|
|Garvin County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Garvin County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Sales|
The Basics of Performing Warrant Records Searches
Warrant Records in Garvin County Oklahoma are important to all of us. You see, we all know that the government keeps records on individuals. They keep track of criminal activity and you may have even seen some of these records. If you’ve ever looked up a person’s criminal history then there’s a good chance that they were documented in a criminal record database. In fact, this database is maintained by the federal government as well as by the states.
This data contains such information as arrest records, convictions, sentences, and even misdemeanors. People use this information to run a search on someone. If there’s a chance they may have done something wrong, they will run a search. These searches are considered a legal right for anyone who wants to find out details about someone else.
In some cases, you may not even be able to get the criminal history. A warrant can only be issued if there’s reason to believe the person is committing a crime. In other words, you may be able to search the records, but you won’t know until you do the search. It’s really up to you which way you want to go.
Some of us may feel more comfortable performing the search ourselves. If you’re going to run a criminal record check on someone then it’s worth it to pay the small fee to get the records. The fee can get you the records for up to 7 years. And if you’re just doing an ordinary search then it may take a few hours from you to get the records anyway.
Now, if you want the records immediately, you can use one of two methods. One method requires you to visit each local county’s Public Access to Court Electronic Records ( PACER) site. PACER is the website where you can search for public records. The other method is to use a search engine and it will search all the criminal justice databases available.
When you perform the search, you’ll need to provide some basic details about the person. The details are usually pretty obvious. You just need their name and address. After you have that, all you have to do is search through the database to see if there are any warrants for their arrest. The good thing about this service is that the results are instantly available on your computer screen. So you can be confident that the person you want to search has already been charged with a criminal offense.