Washington County Oklahoma Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1762)Washington County Police Departments
Washington Police Department611 Southwest Adams BoulevardBartlesvilleOK74003405-288-2578
Washington County Police Departments
Atmautluak Traditional Council118 South Quapaw AvenueBartlesvilleOK74003907-553-5610
Bartlesville Police Department100 Hensley BoulevardBartlesvilleOK74003918-338-4001
Dewey Police Department409 East Don Tyler AvenueDeweyOK74029918-534-1933
Ramona Police Department400 2nd StreetRamonaOK74061918-536-2245
Washington County Sheriff Department
Washington County Sheriffs Office / Washington County Jail420 South Johnstone AvenueBartlesvilleOK74003918-337-2800
Washington County Probation Department
Washington County Probation Department3925 Southeast Frank Phillips BoulevardBartlesvilleOK74006918-335-9348
Washington County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Washington County Child Support Warrants
Washington County Criminal Records
Washington County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Washington County Sex Offender Registry
Washington County Sheriffs Office Website

How to Search For Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Washington County Oklahoma are maintained by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. Each county has their own rules and regulations regarding warrant searches and arrests. You can usually search these records free online, but you must provide the name and date of birth, social security number and current address of the person you want to search. You can also get other personal information about the subject such as marriage records and criminal background checks. If you have any questions, you can contact the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation directly.

To obtain warrants, a person has to apply for one through the courts. This is called an application for judicial warrant or arrest warrant. The warrant records contain the person’s name, current address, crime and charges, and other relevant warrant information. It will also show the person’s date of birth and social security number. If you are interested in applying for a warrant, you should apply in person at the county courthouse in your county.

The process of getting a warrant can take several weeks or even months. Before a warrant is issued, a judge will decide if there is probable cause to believe that the person is guilty of the crime. If so, the judge will issue an arrest warrant. From there, the person can be arrested and taken to jail. They will be required to provide proof that they are where they say they are, usually by providing a valid telephone number and address.

Warrant records are confidential and cannot be viewed by the general public. Although it is perfectly legal for someone to view these records, they must do so with the permission of the person who was served. They can only do this if they can prove their identity and location. It is up to the court to make that determination.

Warrant records are kept for 10 years, unless the person arrested is found innocent after an arrest. If a person does not appear at all hearings and other proceedings related to an arrest, their record will remain sealed. However, if a person does appear, their record will become public. In this case, it will be possible to see if the person has any previous warrants for their arrest.

It is possible for a warrant to be issued for a person who has not been charged with a crime. If a person is on probation or parole, or is on supervised release, their record may not show up in a national search. That is because the government doesn’t keep national records and instead search state records. That is why a warrant may be turned over to a law enforcement agency for use in an investigation.