Ottawa County Oklahoma Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1747)Ottawa County Police Departments
Commerce Police Department100 South Main StreetCommerceOK74339918-675-4372
Ottawa County Police Departments
Eastern Shawnee Tribal Police70501 East 128 RoadWyandotteOK74370
Fairland Police Department28 North Main StreetFairlandOK74343918-676-3005
Miami Police Department129 5th Avenue NorthwestMiamiOK74354918-542-5585
North Miami Police Department309 PineNorth MiamiOK74358918-542-6436
Northeastern Oklahoma Agricultural And Mechanical College Campus Police Department200 I Street NortheastMiamiOK74354918-540-6373
Picher Police Department213 Carl Patterson AvenuePicherOK74360918-673-1222
Quapaw Police Department336 Seneca StreetQuapawOK74363918-674-2516
Quapaw Police Department800 South Main StreetQuapawOK74363918-674-2516
Wyandotte Tribal Police64700 U.s. 60WyandotteOK74370
Ottawa County Sheriff Department
Ottawa County Sheriffs Department / Ottawa County Jail28 B Street SoutheastMiamiOK74354918-542-2806
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Warrant Records Search

Warrant Records in Ottawa County Oklahoma are maintained by the Oklahoma State Highway Patrol. They maintain these records to help law enforcement officials keep track of persons that they wish to arrest and to whom they have authority to arrest. Warrant Records in Ottawa County contain information such as the person’s date of birth, their full legal name, their address, the names of their parents, their Social Security number (if employed), and other relevant personal information. Osteepharyngeal records are cross-checked with other county records to ensure the accuracy.

Warrant Records in Ottawa County are available to any member of the public. Persons having warrants are required to disclose their criminal activity in an open court and the crime for which they are being held in jail. These warrants are then carried out. Any person who is arrested without appearing in court and who is later found to have an outstanding warrant will be punished as an exorbitant fine and may even go to jail.

An outstanding warrant refers to an order that the police has issued pertaining to a particular person. The person in question is notified that they have been detected and that a warrant has been issued against them. If the person does not appear at all scheduled court appearances as required by the court, that warrant will be issued and they will immediately be arrested. Failure to appear at all designated court appearances within a month of issuance of the warrant will result in the cancellation of the warrant.

Warrant Records in Ottawa County can be used to protect one’s rights as well as one’s property. This information is used by police and other law enforcement officials to locate an individual who has an outstanding warrant. Osteepharyngeal records help to identify people who may have been involved in criminal activity.

A warrant is considered “bailable” when it is found that a person has one. Specifically, a person cannot be held in jail simply because they have a warrant out for their arrest. They can only be held in jail until the warrant is lifted or dismissed. If a warrant is discovered during a routine check, it can be held in the jail until the person satisfies the requirements of the citation. If a person fails to do so, they will then be entered into the criminal records of the courts.

Warrant searches in Ottawa County are conducted by contacting the respective provincial department of justice, or county sheriff, and asking about any criminal record that is pointing to a person. The person is then advised to go through the available information with their own criminal attorney. The lawyer will then determine if there is any probable cause to have the person’s name taken off of the sex offenders registry.