|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1491)Grant County Police Departments|
|Lamont Police Department||102 North Main Street||Lamont||OK||74643||580-388-4502|
|Grant County Police Departments|
|Medford Police Department||123 North Main Street||Medford||OK||73759||580-395-2240|
|Nash Police Department||100 West Grand||Nash||OK||73761||580-532-5196|
|Pond Creek Police Department||120 South 2nd Street||Pond Creek||OK||73766||580-532-4500|
|Wakita Police Department||114 Main Street||Wakita||OK||73771||580-594-2626|
|Grant County Sheriff Department|
|Grant County Sheriffs Department / Grant County Jail||219 1st Street||Medford||OK||73759||580-395-2356|
|Grant County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Grant County Child Support Warrants|
|Grant County Criminal Records|
|Grant County Jail Records|
|Grant County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Grant County Sex Offender Registry|
|Grant County Sheriff Website|
Searching For Warrants
Warrant records are one of the most requested public records and yet the state is not allowed to release them. This is because federal and state law protect our rights and do not allow unauthorized access to these records. These rights also extend to our police officers.
Warrant records can be requested from the Oklahoma Sate Vital Records Office or the Oklahoma City Police Department. You will need to fill out an application requesting access to the records. The applicant must state that they have a reasonable suspicion to believe that the person committed a crime before they can be searched. Warrant records can contain anything from criminal, arrest warrant, traffic citation, or marriage license. The record can only be accessed if there is a court order.
State laws do not allow searches to be conducted without a reason. A good reason to search a record is to find out more information about someone. If you are involved in any legal dispute with another person, and this person refuses to disclose their background information, you can use a search to see who they married. This can tell you a lot about a person’s character. If you suspect your child is not safe in your home by staying with a person that has been convicted of domestic violence, a search can give you more peace of mind.
To search for warrant records in Oklahoma you need to fill out an application and then wait for it to be processed. It can take up to four weeks before the records are available. Depending on how fast the Oklahoma State Troopers work, you could be waiting for up to seven weeks. However, once you find the information that you need you can usually file a motion to suppress which can get the records thrown out or sealed.
The Internet is one of the best ways to get this information. You can search using the person’s name, date of birth, current address or work location. If you have any other information like place of employment or phone number you can enter it as well. The whole process of getting this information is usually very quick.
When you suspect that your loved one is in danger or even if you want to see who your babysitter is, you can use a criminal background check to see if the person you are looking for has a warrant out for their arrest. You can do this by entering the person’s name into the search box. There you will get the information about the warrant that is in effect. The warrant shows the name and location of the person that has the warrant. Although there are many reasons to use this type of search it is important that you only use it as a last resort.