|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1685)Muskogee County Police Departments|
|Muskogee Police Department||112 South 3rd Street||Muskogee||OK||74401||918-683-8000|
|Muskogee County Police Departments|
|Muskogee Public Schools Security||202 West Broadway Street||Muskogee||OK||74401||918-684-3705|
|Braggs Police Department||109 Patrick Avenue||Braggs||OK||74423||918-487-5952|
|Fort Gibson Police Department||200 West Poplar Street||Fort Gibson||OK||74434||918-478-2610|
|Haskell Police Department||109 North Broadway||Haskell||OK||74436||918-482-5244|
|Oklahoma Highway Patrol - Troop C||651 North 43rd Street East||Muskogee||OK||74403||918-683-3256|
|Porum Police Department||114 North 2nd Street||Muskogee||OK||74401||918-484-5588|
|Tahlequah Police Department||101 Monroe Street||Muskogee||OK||74403||918-456-8801|
|Warner Police Department||211 8th Street||Warner||OK||74469||918-463-3911|
|Warner Police Department||1000 U.s. 64||Warner||OK||74469||918-463-3911|
|Webbers Falls Police Department||Oklahoma 100||Webbers Falls||OK||74470||918-464-2631|
|Webbers Falls Police Department||212 Oklahoma 100||Webbers Falls||OK||74470||918-464-2631|
|Muskogee County Sheriff Department|
|Muskogee County Sheriff's Office||220 State Street||Muskogee||OK||74401||918-687-0202|
|Muskogee County FBI Office|
|Muskogee Oklahoma FBI Office||120 South Edmond Place||Muskogee||OK||74403||918-687-7500|
|Muskogee County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Muskogee County Sheriff Website|
|Muskogee Police Department Crime Map|
|Muskogee Police Department Website|
Searching Through Warrant Records
Warrant Records in Muskogee County Oklahoma are kept in two locations, one is the District Office of the Probate Court and the other is the Sheriff’s Department. These offices keep track of warrants that have been issued in their area and keep the status on each one. If the person has a warrant out for his or her arrest, the citation will be served to the person’s house. The same applies if someone has been arrested for suspicion of a crime. This can mean that if a person goes out for the night and is interrupted while they are in the process of leaving, there may be a warrant out for their arrest.
Warrant records are important because they show a history of an individual. People that are involved in criminal activity, like drug dealers, will have warrant searches performed on them. This allows police to track down these people and put them behind bars where they belong.
There are a number of reasons that a warrant may be issued. A warrant can be issued when a person is suspected of breaking the law. They can also be issued for failure to appear in court as well as on other things. When it comes to sex crimes, there are state laws that require convicted sex offenders to register with local law enforcement agencies. Once this information has been filed with the local police department, they will be required to serve notice of their intention to do so to the person in question.
Warrant records are available for anyone who needs to see them. If you want to search through the database for one of these documents, you will have to visit the courthouse where the warrants were issued. You can then take the paperwork you need to get the person’s name removed from the warrant. There may be additional fees involved, but that all depends on where you go. This process is usually rather quick and easy to accomplish.
Searching through a local courthouse for warrant records can be a bit more difficult. This is because the local jurisdiction will have different rules than places farther away. For instance, a warrant issued in Alaska would not be effective if the person was living in California. Because of this, the actual documents you receive will be somewhat limited. At most, you will be able to obtain basic information about a person. You will not be able to find out their actual charges or any other information regarding the case.
Warrant records are public information. However, there are times when you will need to have the documents in hand before you talk with the person in question. In this case, the local sheriff is usually able to provide some of the information you are seeking.