Jefferson County Oklahoma Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1590)Jefferson County Police Departments
Ringling Police Department103 Main StreetRinglingOK73456580-662-2342
Jefferson County Police Departments
Ringling Police Department21 North 5th StreetRinglingOK73456580-662-2666
Ryan Police Department700 Washington StreetRyanOK73565580-757-2725
Waurika City Clerk122 South Main StreetWaurikaOK73573580-228-2713
Waurika Police Department122 South Main StreetWaurikaOK73573580-228-2713
Jefferson County Sheriff Departments
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office311 Southwest 1st StreetWaurikaOK73573580-228-2375
Jefferson County Sheriffs Office / Jefferson County Jail218 North Main StreetWaurikaOK73573580-228-2374
Jefferson County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Website

Important Information About Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Jefferson County Oklahoma are a public record. This means that anyone can go to the courthouse and get a copy of it for whatever they might need it for. It does not matter what the reason might be, whether it is to protect your family, your property or yourself, you can have access to this information without restriction. You do not have to worry about how someone got their name on a list, what crimes they committed or how they were convicted because all these things are available to you.

Warrant Records in Jefferson County contain all sorts of details about a person. Details such as the person’s name, where they live and work, their date of birth, their social security number and much more. This is a very important resource for anyone that might want to hire someone or investigate someone. If you have suspicions about your neighbors, co-workers or even your own children, you will want to know who they have been in contact with. If a crime happens in your neighborhood, you may want to make sure that the person that lived there has not been involved in any criminal activity before hiring them.

People that are investigated for any criminal acts do not want to be named in a public record. They also want to know exactly what happened so that they can prepare themselves for their defense. If they are innocent, they do not want to be called as a criminal by either the police or the media. This could have a negative impact on their employment, their housing and their reputation. Therefore, if a person knows that they are being investigated for a criminal act, they will do everything in their power to avoid it. Unfortunately, if they are proven to be involved in a criminal activity, their record will be there for everyone to see.

Before a person can get their warrant records, there must be some type of suspicion that a crime has occurred. The accused must be arrested and the crime reported. It is then up to the county court clerk to get the individual’s name, date of birth and address. This information is then sent out to all the local law enforcement agencies for them to perform their own investigation.

When an individual applies for a job, they will be asked if they have a warrant out for their arrest. They will have to tell this employer exactly what the reason is for their application. If they lie about any information, it could put them at risk for firing from their job. This is why employers are very careful with this type of information.

Warrant records are kept separately from the police department. Therefore, when a person has a warrant out for their arrest, they will have to inform the police department. Sometimes it takes a month to turn the information over to them. Therefore, the person does not want to go into the police station and confess to a crime they did not commit.