|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1441)Grant County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Grant County Sheriff / Grant County Jail||205 South Humbolt Street||Canyon City||OR||97820||541-575-1131|
|Grant County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Grant County Sheriff's Office||205 Humbolt St||Canyon City||OR||97820||541-575-1131|
|John Day Police Department||450 East Main Street||John Day||OR||97845||541-575-0030|
|Oregon State Police - John Day||545 East Main Street||John Day||OR||97845||541-575-1363|
|Prairie City Police Department||133 South Bridge Street||Prairie||OR||97869||541-820-3788|
|Grant County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Grant County Arrest Warrants|
|Grant County Child Support Warrants|
|Grant County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Grant County Sex Offender Registry|
|Grant County Sheriff's Office Property Records|
Can You Really Search For Warrants?
By signing up for a background check service, you can get access to Oregon public arrest warrants and other types of Warrant Records. If you have never heard about this type of record before, you might be asking what warrant is involved in a criminal case. A warrant is a court order that authorizes a law enforcement officer to arrest a person if they fail to appear at a scheduled court date. For example, you may be driving along and notice a car following you. You might not see the car, but the driver has a visible warrant for his/her arrest.
When you run a public record search on the person in question, you will find out their legal name, current address (if different than where you last saw them), age, sex, social security number, and many more. You can also learn a persons criminal history from these records. This type of information is easily accessible online. There are many public record providers online that can make you a member and give access to all kinds of public information. It’s quick and easy to sign up and become a member and gain access to public records.
The process is easy. You just log on and start searching. Once you find the person you want information on, you click on the “search” link under the relevant section of the form. If you are just looking for basic details on a warrant, you can search for the person’s name or any specific words and put them in the search box. For more detailed searches, you will need to pay a small fee and you will receive instant results.
Some of the records you will receive include personal records, warrant information, criminal records, marriage/divorce records, court records, bankruptcy information, property information, inmate records, sex offenders records and so much more. You can run a search as often as you need. If you prefer, you can also purchase an annual, daily or monthly subscription to get unlimited searches. I recommend doing it the way you would search for any other public records. That way, you can save time by only seeing the results you need.
Here’s a great tip. There are websites out there that claim to offer free access to warrant records. While these sites are sometimes true, you usually have to pay some kind of fee in order to actually get the information you are searching for. In my opinion, it is always a good idea to pay a small fee in order to protect yourself. This is the best way to assure yourself of getting accurate information.
It used to be a lot harder to get a hold of warrant records in the past. Back then, it was up to each state’s courts to keep this information up-to-date. This was difficult, if not impossible, because each state had its own laws regarding warrants and their records. It was even more difficult to search for warrants online because of the laws and regulations surrounding these documents. Now, however, you can search from the comfort of your own home for absolutely no cost. It makes it so much easier to get access to the information you need, and you don’t have to worry about waiting on the courts.